Government officials also have the right to free speech, Malacañang said when asked if they can share social media posts that red tag people or accuse them of plotting to oust the government.
An Indonesian minister is under fire after he compared coronavirus to rebellious wives, in remarks aimed at soothing public fears about easing COVID-19 restrictions across the Southeast Asian archipelago.
President Rodrigo Duterte reminded new public officials to use state resources judiciously
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte has advised Vice President Leni Robredo to stop talking about the importance of honesty in electing public officials amid issues that continue to hound her term.
Malacañang says it does not see anuthing wrong with public officials being subjected to lifestyle checks.
Senate President Tito Sotto says once Cha-cha is approved, only the President, Vice President and 12 senators will retain as public officials
Senator Francis Chiz Escudero: Ubusin ang mga public officials na sangkot sa illegal drugs
Senator Francis Chiz Escudero on mandatory drug test: Mauna muna ang public officials
Senator Gringo Honasan: Nakakaalarma ang pagpatay ng public officials
Retired police Sr. Supt. Wally Sombero is set to be arraigned this June 29 before the Sandiganbayan 6th Division over charges concerning his involvement of handing a P50 million bribe to immigration officials.
Senate Blue Ribbon committee chair Dick Gordon is urging the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Commission on Audit (COA) and the Office of the Ombudsman to probe Solicitor General Jose Calida’s security firm’s deals with government agencies worth P261 million.
Presidential Legal Counsel Salvador Panelo urged the public to heed the legal maxim – Dura lex sed lex or “the law may be harsh, but it is the law” – in order to accept the removal of former Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno by her High Court peers and not by lawmakers through impeachment.
Presidential Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Unson faces a libel complaint before the Office of the Ombudsman for releasing fake news about Senator Antonio Trillanes IV having foreign bank accounts.
Sen. Joel Villanueva ain’t faking it.
After refusing to resign, Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) Chairman Jose Vicente Salazar and fellow officials now face possible indictment over alleged anomalous contracts with electric corporation Meralco.