VP Robredo to attend Sona even if Duterte shames her in his speech

Vice President Leni Robredo will attend President Rodrigo Duterte’s third State of the Nation Address on July 23 even if the chief executive decides to shame her before the whole country in his speech.

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Robredo urges more farmers to join ‘Angat Buhay’

NAGA CITY – The thriving anti-poverty program of the office of the Vice President has already helped thousands of poor Filipino families, but Vice President Leni Robredo is inviting more local farmers to join the program.

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No added perks to execs, employees — Pagcor chair

Officials and employees of the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (Pagcor) had no additional benefits in 2017 as they only continued the practice enjoyed by the agency’s previous administration, Pagcor chair Andrea Domingo said Friday.

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Robredo hopes to hear Duterte’s plans to solve ‘alarming’ issues in SONA

NAGA CITY – Vice President Leni Robredo on Friday said she wants to hear President Duterte address the alarming issues in the country on his third State of the Nation Address (SONA) on July 23.

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PNP: Cases against policemen in ‘antidrug’ missions double

For Chief Insp. Eleuterio Logronio III, head of the Intelligence Investigation Prosecution Division of the Internal Affairs Service (IAS) of the Calabarzon police, handling cases against fellow police officers, some of them his former classmates and friends, is a daunting task.

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Pagcor denies COA finding on ring giveaway

The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (Pagcor) has contradicted the Commission on Audit (COA) finding that it spent P13.02 million on gold rings for its longtime employees in 2017—and singled out television network ABS-CBN for “contributing to the destabilization effort of those groups opposing the government.”

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