Atty. Brigido Dulay

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If newly installed Department of National Defense (DND) Secretary Delfin Lorenzana wants to start with a clean slate at the scandal-ridden agency, he should immediately review all biddings conducted by his predecessor, and if warranted, revoke all pending deals tainted with irregularities or allegations of corruption. We recall that Lorenzana,…

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THE recent decision of the Supreme Court (SC) acquitting former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo of plunder charges over the alleged misuse of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) intelligence funds has erased one of the last vestiges of the “daang matuwid” administration from our political system. We recall how during his…

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HOWEVER the United States tries to goad China into accepting the ruling of the United Nation’s Permanent Court of Arbitration, in The Hague, what is certain is that the Philippines cannot rely on the Americans—or on our military alliance pact (the latest iteration of which is the Enhanced Defense Cooperation…

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SINCE President Rodrigo Duterte officially took the reins of power a little over a week ago, not a single day has passed without a drug pusher being arrested or (more often than not) killed, and shabu and other illegal drugs being seized. Within the first seven days of the Duterte…

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IT was almost a year ago when former President Benigno Aquino 3rd uttered these fateful words: “The 2016 national elections will be a referendum on daang matuwid.” Well, we all know how that referendum went. After Filipinos roundly rejected the so-called “good governance” platform of the Aquino administration, the septuagenarian…

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YES, this is what Pasay City-SM reclamation deal actually boils down to once the project is approved by the Philippine Reclamation Authority (PRA). It will resurrect the notorious PEA-Amari deal. Only this time, it is the Pasay City government that is the major player and main proponent instead of the…

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DESPITE the misgivings of netizens on the sale of San Miguel Corp. (SMC)’s telecommunications business to the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) and Globe Telecoms (Globe), one positive outcome of the controversial deal is that a big block of the 700 MHz band will finally be put into good…

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A CRUCIAL test of incoming President Rodrigo Duterte’s political will is whether he can stand up to Pilipinas Shell Petroleum, the local subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell plc., and give the Dutch oil giant an ultimatum: follow the law by conducting the long-delayed initial public offering (IPO) before the end…

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THE National Telecommunications Commission (NTC)’s vague response to the sale of San Miguel Corp. (SMC)’s telecommunications business to the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) and Globe Telecoms (Globe) only goes to show that the nation’s telecoms regulator has turned into a passive and impotent observer instead of the proactive…

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