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A Pasig City court has denied an injunction request against the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) filed by Global Mobile Online Corporation (Global Tech) in connection with its controversial operation of the “Peryahanng Bayan,” a court document showed. The order, according to a statement, was penned on October 13, 2017,…

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THE Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE) has ordered two Laguna-based Japanese firms to give regular employment status to their over 1,000 workers after they were found to be engaged in the illegal labor-only contracting activities. In a report submitted on Friday to Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello 3rd, DoLE Regional…

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Former Malacañang spokesman Ernesto Abella is back in the loop after President Rodrigo Duterte appointed him as an undersecretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA). Abella’s appointment papers were released on Wednesday, November 23, but were dated October 27. He was fired as Palace spokesman in the last week…

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The Supreme Court (SC) was against asked by a militant party-list group on Thursday to scrap fare hikes for Metro Manila’s train systems amid breakdowns in operations the Metro Rail Transit 3 (MRT 3). In a motion filed before the SC, Bayan Muna Rep. Carlos Zarate led his party list…

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SENATORS on Thursday expressed their dismay over the decision of the Justice department to clear former Bureau of Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon and other officials in connection with a P6.4-billion shabu ,shipment from China. According to Sen. Panfilo Lacson, many of those who took part in hearings conducted by the…

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Resign to spare the Supreme Court (SC) from further embarrassment of the institution you represent, the Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) on Thursday urged Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, who is facing an impeachment complaint at the House of Representatives. “While we want to expose in public the corruption…

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There are only three major issues left to be resolved before the Maguindanao massacre case can be considered closed, according to the Public Information Office (PIO) of the Supreme Court (SC). On November 23, 2009, 57 people, including at least 38 journalists, were killed in what has been regarded as…

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A medical bill aiming to strengthen the emergency response in the country should have long been approved by the government, according to Charleanne “Charlie” Jandic, a post-graduate medical intern who helped a woman whose arm was severed in an accident last week at the Metro Rail Transit 3 (MRT 3)…

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Amid allegations of rights abuses in his war on drugs, President Rodrigo Duterte has appointed Palace spokesman Harry Roque as his adviser on human rights. Roque himself confirmed this to reporters on Wednesday, though Malacañang is yet to release a copy of his appointment papers. In a statement, he said…

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The Department of Justice is considering filing war crimes charges against 37 members of the Maute terror group and their co-conspirators who held Marawi City under siege for 154 days, according to Palace spokesman Harry Roque. “Thirty-seven cases of rebellion have been filed in court against members of the Maute…

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