DAVAO City mayor Sara Z. Duterte-Carpio hogged the headlines years ago when on July 1, 2011 she physically mauled a stubborn city fiscal who pushed the execution of a demolition order despite her plea for postponement.Read more
Gone in 150 seconds.
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President Rodrigo Duterte made a surprise visit to Barangay Bucana here early Sunday and chatted with the village’s residents, Special Assistant to the President Christopher Go. In a Facebook post, Go said the President also provided financial help to unspecified number of residents in the village, where a large number of informal settlers reside, during the 5:00 a.m. visit.
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The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) appealed on Saturday to voters to reject 143 village chiefs and 146 village councilors involved in the narcotics trade.
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Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno — forced to take an indefinite leave by colleagues and faced with a disqualification petition in the Supreme Court and a looming impeachment trial in the Senate — on Wednesday lambasted the “dominant order” for subjecting its “perceived enemies” to “harassment, intimidation and persecution.”Read more
A robe has been ordered for detained Sen. Leila de Lima in case she could participate in the impeachment trial of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, but Malacañang is opposing her physical presence in the Senate for the proceedings.
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DAVAO CITY — The government is helping process the passports and other travel documents of about 90 female former communist rebels who had been promised a trip to Hong Kong by President Duterte after their surrender, a military spokesperson said on Tuesday.Read more