WHAT WENT BEFORE: Mario Relampagos case

WHAT WENT BEFORE: Mario Relampagos case

In November 2013, Budget Undersecretary Mario Relampagos and three of his staff, Marilou Dialino Bare, Rosario Salamida Nuñez and Lalaine Narag Paule, were included in the list of lawmakers and individuals under investigation by the Office of the Ombudsman in connection with the alleged P10-billion pork barrel scam.

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CoA sees nothing wrong in P1.9M spent by SC

The Commission on Audit saw nothing wrong in the P1.9 million in expenses incurred by the Supreme Court in hosting the 3rd Association of Southeast Asian Nations Chief Justices Meeting in 2015 that impeachment complainant lawyer Lorenzo Gadon considers a splurge and useless use of people’s taxes.

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Trump unveils ‘fake news awards’ after drawing rebuke

Trump unveils ‘fake news awards’ after drawing rebuke

US President Donald Trump unveiled the winners of his much-touted “Fake News Awards” late on Wednesday, hours after a maverick senator from his own Republican Party accused him of employing Stalinist language to “slur” and undermine the free press.

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‘Excellent’ net satisfaction rating for admin performance, says SWS

‘Excellent’ net satisfaction rating for admin performance, says SWS

President Duterte’s administration received an “excellent” net satisfaction rating in December, a month before the implementation of a new tax law that has led to hefty increases in fuel prices that are expected to drive up transport costs and power rates.

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‘Excellent’ net satisfaction rating for admin performance, says SWS

‘Excellent’ net satisfaction rating for admin performance, says SWS

President Duterte’s administration received an “excellent” net satisfaction rating in December, a month before the implementation of a new tax law that has led to hefty increases in fuel prices that are expected to drive up transport costs and power rates.

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