Senator Imee Marcos on Friday reiterated her call to resume classes in places where there is zero or minimal transmission of Covid-19.
Senator Imee Marcos on Wednesday said world leaders must agree on a global price ceiling, even a waiver on patents for vaccines, if less developed countries are to gain greater access to immunization against Covid-19.
Netizens couldn’t help but snicker after Senator Imee Marcos was caught on video mistakenly thinking Vice President Leni Robredo’s donation to victims of Typhoon Ulysses was hers.
Senator Imee Marcos on Monday called on the Department of Energy and the country’s three largest oil companies to “put people ahead of profit” and suspend oil price hikes set for Tuesday.
Senator Imee Marcos on Tuesday defended her bill providing for mail-in voting during elections, emphasizing that thousands of vulnerable citizens may be unable to vote in the 2022 polls unless a more socially sensitive and convenient voting system for them is put in place.
Malacañang on Monday said it respects the proposal of Commissioner Rowena Guanzon of the Commission on Elections (Comelec) for mail voting in the May 2022 elections.
Senator Imee Marcos on Wednesday joined Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte in visiting provinces hit hard by Typhoon “Rolly.”
Senator Imee Marcos seeks inclusion of real estate developers and brokers under the list of persons covered by Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC’s) monitoring.
Senator Imee Marcos on Sunday revived her call to expand crop insurance for farmers, as Typhoon Rolly’s expected fury threatens to obliterate thousands of hectares of the country’s major rice, corn, coconut and vegetable crops.
Senator Imee Marcos on Wednesday raised fears about personal protective equipment (PPE), testing kits, disinfectants, respirators, surgical tools, and future vaccines becoming the “newest instruments for money laundering.”
Senator Imee Marcos on Friday said “amen” to Pope Francis’ endorsement of same-sex civil unions.
Senator Imee Marcos on Wednesday called out rice importers and corrupt Bureau of Customs (BoC) officials “exploiting” farmers’ cooperatives to “maximize their profits but deprive farmers of much needed government subsidies sourced from tariff collections.”
Senator Imee Marcos warned on Monday that Filipinos here and abroad will face difficulties in their financial transactions if an international monitor decides this month that the country has not done enough to curb money laundering.
Senator Imee Marcos believes Ombudsman Samuel Martires did the right thing by restricting public access to public officials’ Statements of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth (SALNs).
Senator Imee Marcos called on the Bureau of Customs Thursday (September 17) to donate seized cellphones, tablets, and laptops that were smuggled into the country for blended learning.
Senator Imee Marcos revived the vitamin-packed “Nutribun” to mark the 103rd birthday of her late father, the dictator Ferdinand Marcos.
Senator Imee Marcos expressed support Monday (September 7) for President Rodrigo Duterte’s decision to pardon American solider Joseph Scott Pemberton, who’s in jail for the killing of a Filipino transgender woman.
Senator Imee Marcos has advised the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) to give returning overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) technical assistance, not just money, to start a new business.
Senator Imee Marcos has called on the government to create a database to help returning overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) invest so their hard earned money will not go to waste.
Lawmakers are having a hard time deciding which sectors should receive the highest allocations under the P162-billion stimulus package named Bayanihan to Recover as One bill, Senator Imee Marcos said Wednesday (August 19).
Senator Imee Marcos is urging the government to come up with a plan to arrest the rise in COVID-19 cases as the economy reopens, saying the prolonged lockdown is hurting businesses and workers.
Pahirap na naman! Senator Imee Marcos hits Department of Transportation(DOTr) for imposing use of face shields.