Natatawa na lamang si Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon kung bakit ayaw pa aminin na underspending ang gobyerno dahil totoo naman aniya na maraming hindi nagawang proyekto sa loob ng 3 taon.
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon
Goverment spending to economic growth is not being met, says Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon.
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon says Department of Budget and Management (DBM) has recognized that underspending is a problem.
Supporters of the Aquino administration have cried foul over Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo's claim that his predecessor failed to complete any big-ticket infrastructure projects during his term.
Vivencio “Vince” Dizon, the presidential adviser for flagship programs and projects, appeared to have lost his cool during a press briefing in Malacañang Wednesday.
Malacañang on Tuesday dismissed as “baseless” the claims of Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon that only nine out of 75 Build, Build, Build (BBB) flagship projects have started.
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon says VP Leni Robredo wants to correct gov’t policy on anti-drug campaign.
Administration and opposition senators welcomed Wednesday (November 6) Vice President Leni Robredo's designation as co-chairperson of the Inter-Agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Drugs (ICAD).
The Senate majority bloc has a plan to prevent martial law in Mindanao from being extended for the fourth time despite hints from some administration officials that its imposition is still necessary.
Malacañang asked senators to avoid making comments about resigned Philippine National Police chief General Oscar Albayalde pending completion of an investigation.
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon is determined to look for "excess fats" which can be trimmed from the proposed P4.1-trillion budget for 2020 to fund the increase in government nurses' base pay.
Philippine National Police (PNP) chief General Oscar Albayalde has lost the trust and confidence of all but one senator as the Senate's investigation into the so called "ninja cops" scandal deepens.
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon has urged beleaguered Philippine National Police chief General Oscar Albayalde to retire ahead of his 56th birthday on November 8 to save the police force's image amid the controversy involving so…
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon has asked the Department of Foreign Affairs to immediately cancel the passport of alleged "drug queen" Guia Gomez Castro, who flew to Thailand on September 21.
Three more House Deputy Speakers on Sunday spoke out against Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon and Sen. Ping Lacson, calling them“obstructionist” for raising allegations related to the approval by the House of Representatives of the…
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon and Senator Panfilo Lacson have called out the House of Representatives for allegedly making "anomalous" amendments to the proposed 2020 national budget after it has been passed by the chamber on third…
Public Attorney's Office (PAO) chief Persida Acosta was put in the hot seat Monday (September 23) after Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon grilled her on the basis of creating the PAO forensics laboratory.
Sacked Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) chief Nicanor Faeldon could be held liable for incompetence and neglect over the implementation of the Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) Law, Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon said Tuesday…
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon has expressed alarm and dismay over Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA)’s admission that recycling of seized illegal drugs is still rampant despite the administration’ aggressive anti-narcotics…
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon believes former Calauan, Laguna mayor Antonio Sanchez's bid for early release was irregular since his name wasn't included in the records of the Management Screening and Evaluation Committee (MSEC).
Walang intensiyon: Sanchez family won’t pay P12M damages
Three senators rom the minority bloc urged President Rodrigo Duterte Sunday (September 1) to fire Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) Director General Nicanor Faeldon amid the controversy over the questionable implementation of the Good Conduct…
The 1,914 heinous crimes convicts whose sentences were cut short for supposedly exhibiting good behavior should be sent back to jail because their release was invalid, Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon said Sunday (September 1).