Administration Senator Imee Marcos urged President Rodrigo Duterte to lay down in his upcoming fifth State of the Nation Address (SONA) solutions on high prices and the growing unemployment rate brought by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Senator Imee Marcos
MANILA – Administration Senator Imee Marcos has expressed alarm over the growing risk of water security in the country, as the global coronavirus pandemic lingers on.
Anyare? Imee disappointed by Duterte’s COVID response, warns of worsening social problems up to 2022
Senator Imee Marcos is disappointed with President Rodrigo Duterte’s response to the COVID-19, specifically the government’s failure to boost daily testing even after taking the longest and most economically-harmful lockdown.
Senator Imee Marcos has proposed the mandatory implementation of alternative working arrangements under the government’s new normal policy while the threat of the coronavirus pandemic to people's lives remains present.
Senator Imee Marcos has scored the Duterte administration’s “lack of urgency in improving the slow internet speed in the country” amid a clear global shift to digital solutions that could keep life going in the time of the coronavirus…
Senator Imee Marcos urged the government Thursday (June 11) to hire overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who lost their jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic to boost economic recovery.
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III is offering a special briefing on the economy for Senator Imee Marcos to be conducted by a senior official of the Cabinet’s Economic Development Cluster (EDC).
Senator Imee Marcos fears Finance Secretary Sonny Dominguez is unfairly discouraging President Rodrigo Duterte from pursuing a Masagana 99-type program to boost farm production.
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez has shot down the proposal of Senator Imee Marcos to revive her father's "Masagana 99" program, saying it left 800 banks bankrupt.
Senator Cynthia Villar will not be attending Senate sessions to protect herself and her husband, bilyonaryo Manny Villar, from catching coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. is trying hard to put on weight after recovering from coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), his sister, Senator Imee Marcos, said Thursday (April 30).
Senator Imee Marcos has stood her ground on the proposal to suspend payment of the country’s debts even if Finance Secretary Sonny Dominguez isn’t keen on the idea.
Senator Imee Marcos urged President Rodrigo Duterte Monday (March 30) to go all out in providing assistance to Filipinos affected by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak since he now has additional powers from Congress to deal…
The government must cut the prices of more medicines and speed up the purchase of critical equipment being used to address the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) epidemic.
Senator Imee Marcos has pressed for a bigger budget to modernize and expand the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM), the country’s main center for Covid-19 testing.
The Philippines has six months left to amend its Anti-Money Laundering Act (AMLA) or risk facing international sanctions that will dampen confidence in the country’s business environment and political stability.
The government may have to "temporarily forego" profits from South Korean visitors -- the Philippines' largest tourist market -- amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) scare.
Senator Imee Marcos believes corruption inside the Bureau of Immigration (BI) has become worse like cancer following the revelation that several immigration officers accept bribes to allow Chinese nationals to enter the country without…
The government can still do more to make medicine prices the cheapest possible, Senator Imee Marcos said on Wednesday.
Senator Imee Marcos advised lovers Thursday (February 13) to give a sack of rice instead of flowers to their significant others on Valentine's Day.
Numerous flights from China are testing the limits of a mandatory 14-day quarantine in preventing the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus (nCoV) in the Philippines.
Tracing persons suspected of being infected with the novel coronavirus could have been done "faster and more efficient" if the national ID system had already been in place.
Filipinos in Wuhan, China - the epicenter of the 2019 novel coronavirus (nCoV) outbreak - may have to brace themselves for momentary isolation from their families if they are repatriated.