Detained Senator Leila de Lima has raised concern over the alarming rate of coronavirus infections in the country.
Senator Leila de Lima
Detained Senator Leila de Lima is seeking an inquiry over the discoveries of underground health facilities operated by Chinese nationals amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Due to delay caused by the prosecution in the proceedings, detained Senator Leila De Lima has asked a Quezon City court to dismiss the case against her concerning allegations that she ordered her former lover Ronnie Dayan to disobey the…
Senator Leila De Lima expressed exasperation Saturday (June 27) over the proposal of presidential son and Davao City Rep. Paolo Duterte’s proposal to rename the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) to Paliparang Pandaigdig ng Pilipinas…
Detained Senator Leila De Lima has asked Muntinlupa City Judge Liezel Aquiatan to reverse the ruling that denied the lawmaker to participate in the Senate’s online sessions and hearings.
Muntinlupa trial court Judge Liezela Aquiatan has turned down the motion of detained Senator Leila De Lima who sought to be allowed to participate in Senate sessions and committee hearings through teleconferencing.
Detained Senator Leila De Lima has asked the Muntinlupa City regional trial court (RTC) to grant her bail over the drug charges she is facing.
Detained opposition Senator Leila de Lima has scored anew the cyber libel conviction of Rappler founder/CEO Maria Ressa and former reporter Reynaldo Santos, Jr.
Senator Leila de Lima is seeking an inquiry into the supposed faulty data reporting of the Department of Health (DOH) over the actual number of Filipinos infected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Senator Leila De Lima has asked the Senate to look into rising incidents of mental health problems in the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Senator Leila De Lima has asked the Senate to probe the rising number of healthcare workers infected with COVID-19 to know how they can be protected better.
Senator Leila De Lima has asked the Senate to probe the alleged use of government social media platforms to spread fake news online.
Senator Leila De Lima believes the government is turning a blind eye on purpose to the operations of underground hospitals and pharmacies for Chinese Philippine offshore gaming operators (POGOs) so these gambling hubs will remain in…
Detained Senator Leila de Lima is free to investigate reports that public funds are being used to pay online “troll armies” to manipulate public discourse in the country, Malacañang said.
Senator Leila De Lima has asked the Senate to investigate reports from overseas sources that pro-Duterte online “troll armies” are paid using public funds.
House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano cannot escape blame for ABS-CBN’s shutdown even if it was the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) which ordered the network off the air, Senator Leila De Lima said Sunday (May 10).
Senator Leila De Lima has slammed President Rodrigo Duterte for claiming he’s not involved in ABS-CBN’s shutdown since the issue of its franchise is pending in Congress.
Senator Leila De Lima has slammed the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) for coming out with full page newspaper ads earlier this week which sought to put Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) in a good light.
Senator Leila De Lima has slammed Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto III and other Senate leaders for excluding her from joining Senate sessions that will be held via teleconference starting May 4.
Senator Leila De Lima questioned Wednesday (April 29) the loyalty of Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) chief General Felimon Santos Jr. after he asked the help of Chinese ambassador to the Philippines Huang Xilian to buy a drug for…
Senator Leila De Lima wants all senior citizens to receive cash assistance from the government to weather the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) crisis, regardless of their income or eligibility for monthly pension.
President Rodrigo Duterte, not just Health Secretary Francisco Duque III, should be taken to task for the government’s “dismal” and slow response to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, Senator Leila De Lima said Saturday…
Senator Leila De Lima said she will not join her colleagues at the Senate in requesting the Department of Health (DOH) to be tested for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) because she doesn't have symptoms of contracting the virus.