Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod believes President Rodrigo Duterte’s recent tirades against Vice President Leni Robredo may be linked to a “search and destroy” campaign ahead of the 2022 elections.
Senator Bong Go on Tuesday renewed his appeal to the executive department to augment the already depleted calamity funds of the local government units, especially those still trying to recover from the onslaught of Typhoons “Rolly” and “Siony” as new Tropical Storm “Ulysses” threatens to hit the country.
Senator Bong Go on Friday issued a stern reminder to all hospitals, testing laboratories and other healthcare providers to comply with the price range for Covid-19 tests and test kits identified by government authorities led by the Department of Health and Department of Trade and Industry.
Senator Bong Go on Thursday said he remains firm in his commitment to push for the reinstatement of the death penalty and the designation of plunder and drug-related offenses as capital offenses.
Senator Bong Go on Wednesday reiterated his call to develop a national vaccination program against Covid-19 that would facilitate the vaccine supply chain and ensure the equitable and systematic provision of the vaccine once it is available.
Senator Bong Go on Sunday urged the government to impose price controls on Covid-19 testing kits as demand for it continues to grow amid the ongoing health crisis.
Senator Bong Go said on Sunday he will recommend to President Rodrigo Duterte the creation of an inter-agency task force that will employ a “whole-of-government approach” in the effort to end corruption.
Senator Bong Go on Friday called on authorities to clamp down on rice smuggling and exploitative practices of some rice traders who take advantage of many vulnerable Filipino rice farmers.
Senator Bong Go expressed his gratitude for the passage of an anti-red tape measure that seeks to give the President authority to simplify bureaucratic processes during national emergencies which, in effect, will improve ease of doing business as well as strengthen the fight against corruption.
President Rodrigo Duterte has accepted the apology of Taguig-Pateros Rep. Alan Peter Cayetano for “misreading” his term-sharing deal with new House Speaker Lord Allan Velasco.
Senator Pia Cayetano displayed her annoyance at her colleagues Friday (October 9) after the possibility of having a reenacted budget for 2021 was mentioned during a budget hearing.
Senator Bong Go tinawag na TESDA Lolo si Secretary Isidro Lapeña.
President Rodrigo Duterte wants Congress to amend laws against red tape and ease of doing business, Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto III said Thursday (September 17).
Senator Bong Go has endorsed the Senate committee of the whole’s report recommending the filing of charges against Health Secretary Francisco Duque III and a number of former and incumbent Philhealth officials over the alleged anomalies within the state-run health insurer.
President Rodrigo Duterte will decide who should be the next president of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (Philhealth) by Monday, August 31, Senator Bong Go said.
President Rodrigo Duterte has advised Senator Bong Go to be relentless in the fight against corruption even if it meant going after their friends and campaign financiers.
Dapat may managot! Senator Bong Go urges Ombudsman to probe alleged Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) anomalies.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday thanked his former aide now Senator Bong Go for the passage of a law that institutionalizes Malasakit Centers in hospitals run by the Department of Health.
President Rodrigo Duterte still trusts Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) president and Chief Executive Officer Ricardo Morales despite the fresh corruption allegations hounding the agency, Senator Bong Go said Monday (July 27).
Senator Bong Go: Nasa baba ang katiwalian sa Philippine Health Insurance Corp. (PhilHealth).
Senator Bong Go confirmed Thursday (July 16) that he sought the National Bureau of Investigation’s (NBI) help over social media posts that potentially violate the Anti-Cybercrime Law, but said he’s unaware a college student had been subpoenaed due to a post critical of him.
Senator Bong Go called out three government agencies Thursday (June 4) over their failure to release the benefits due to healthcare workers affected by COVID-19, two months after the passage of the Bayanihan To Heal As One Act.
Senator Bong Go plans to hold a Senate investigation into reports of hospitals refusing to admit or treat critically ill patients.
President Rodrigo Duterte will decide on the fate of the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) Thursday, his former aide, Senator Bong Go said.