Iginiit ni Senador Richard Gordon hindi na kailangan ng massive crackdown vs illegal Chinese workers.
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The Duterte administration has acquiesced to practically everything that China wants but it appears to be digging its heels when it comes to banning Philippine offshore gaming operators (POGOs).
From fishing inside the country's seas to snooping on military bases, China can apparently do no wrong in President Rodrigo Duterte's eyes.
Senator Koko Pimentel said Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp.'s haphazard grant of Philippine Offshore Gaming Operator (POGO) licenses that allowed them to set up shop virtually anywhere in Metro Manila. "Sila ang nagbibigay ng pogo…
Senator Ping Lacson is disappointed that Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo is not only defending China, the "perceived" enemy to most Pinoys, but is also acting as its spokesperson and using Malacanang to spread its propaganda.
Senator Joel Villanueva is relieved that he is no longer alone in seeking reforms to address the reported influx of illegal Chinese workers in the country. Villanueva, who aims to protect local jobs, has welcomed Malacañang's expression!-->!-->!-->…
President Rodrigo Duterte is taking a careful stance in dealing with illegal Chinese workers in the country, noting that there are close to 400,000 Filipinos in China.
President Rodrigo Duterte is taking a careful stance in dealing with illegal Chinese workers in the Philippines, noting that there are close to 400,000 Filipinos in China.
A Chinese envoy urged the Philippine government to consider the humanitarian needs of illegal Chinese workers in the country.
Palace spokesperson Salvador Panelo clarified on Friday that his statement that China will adopt a “tit for tat” approach if the Philippines will deport illegal Chinese workers was “made under the realm of academic discussion.”
Senator Joel Villanueva on Tuesday asked the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) to intensify efforts to protect the welfare of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) amid reports of alarming number of Filipinos working illegally in China.
President Rodrigo Duterte is looking the other way at reports that thousands of illegal Chinese workers have flooded the Philippines.
Retired policeman Wenceslao “Wally” Sombero, who is facing arrest for plunder over his involvement in the P50 million bribery scandal involving the illegal Chinese workers of Macau-based gambling tycoon Jack Lam, can be tapped as “state…
The Philippine Amusement Gaming Corp. (Pagcor) says the only way fugitive Jack Lam can reopen his Fontana Casino at Clark Freeport in Pampanga if he pays P13 billion the government lost because of his "unconscionable" contract.
Senators Vicente Sotto III and Joel Villanueva has express support for President Rodrigo Duterte’s order for the closure of online gambling firms in the country.
Former police Supt. Wally Sombero wears many hats.
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II bared that there have been attempts to bribe him in exchange for the release of 1,316 arrested illegal Chinese workers in the country.