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THE Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC) is investigating five government agencies for alleged irregularities involving their officials and will be submitting a report to President Rodrigo Duterte soon. According to PACC Chairman Dante Jimenez, four of the five agencies topped the list with the most number of complaints received by the…

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An analyst on Wednesday said the government needs to resolve a number of issues including time and resources before it can embark on rebuilding Marawi City. Ramon Casiple of the Institute for Political and Electoral Reform said ongoing clearing operations by security forces would ensure the safe return of residents…

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THE Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC) on Wednesday disclosed that it was currently investigating five government agencies for alleged irregularities involving its officials and would be submitting a report to President Rodrigo Duterte soon. These are the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), Bureau of Customs (BOC), Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR),…

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FORMER Philippine National Police chief Ronald “Bato” de la Rosa admitted on Tuesday he was more than 50 percent sure of running for senator in 2019, but his final decision would still depend on President Rodrigo Duterte. “More than 50 percent,” de la Rosa said when asked about how sure…

PIMENTEL BOWS TO MAJORITY BLOC

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Sen. Vicente Sotto 3rd, the veteran lawmaker who became a household name as noontime television host, became the 29th Senate president on Monday, second in the line of succession to the Office of the President. No less than the outgoing Senate president, Aquilino Pimentel 3rd, nominated him to the post…

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THE Senate urban planning, housing and resettlement committee will try to unmask today individuals and groups behind alleged irregularities in the implementation of government housing programs for victims of natural and man-made calamities. Sen. Joseph Victor Ejercito, chairman of the Senate panel, has expressed suspicion that a mafia-like group could…

NO HARD FEELINGS DESPITE BEING REPLACED – PIMENTEL

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THE minority bloc in the Senate will remain intact even with the expected leadership change in the chamber, Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon said on Sunday. Drilon, a member of the erstwhile ruling Liberal Party (LP), noted that the minority bloc only had six members, including detained Sen. Leila de…

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