Gordon respects netizens’ view of his alleged ‘monopoly’ on Dengvaxia probe

Gordon respects netizens’ view of his alleged ‘monopoly’ on Dengvaxia probe

“They can say anything. It’s a free country.”

Senator Richard has this to say against netizens criticizing the way he handled last Wednesday’s Senate blue ribbon committee investigation into the Dengvaxia fiasco, which was attended by former President Benigno Aquino III and some of his Cabinet officials.

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Aquino appeals for calm amid Dengvaxia scare

Aquino appeals for calm amid Dengvaxia scare

Former President Benigno Aquino III on Thursday said it was the obligation of government to keep the public calm by providing them with the most information it could about the anti-dengue vaccine Dengvaxia and advise them on what to do.

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Ex-President Aquino shows up at Senate for ‘Dengvaxia’ hearing

Ex-President Aquino shows up at Senate for ‘Dengvaxia’ hearing

Former President Benigno S. Aquino III is back at the Senate on Thursday (December 14), not as a senator, but as a resource person in the ongoing probe on the controversial anti-dengue vaccine, Dengvaxia.

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Senate OKs joint resolution raising pay of AFP men, uniformed personnel

Senate OKs joint resolution raising pay of AFP men, uniformed personnel

The Senate has approved on third and final reading a joint resolution that would raise the pay of military and the uniformed personnel (MUP) in government starting next year. Twenty senators approved late Wednesday night Senate Joint Resolution No. 11. The measure must be approved by the Senate and the House of Representatives before it […]

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Senate votes to confer Quezon Service Cross to late Sen. Miriam Santiago

Quezon Service Cross

The Senate has unanimously adopted a resolution concurring in the posthumous conferment of the Quezon Service Cross – the highest award the nation can bestow on a person for outstanding civilian service – to the late Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago.

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Senators seek for answers, solutions amid anti-dengue vaccine mess

As the Senate investigation into the P3.5 billion anti-dengue immunization program started on Monday, lawmakers appealed for answers and solutions in the midst of the vaccine fiasco that might have endangered the lives of more than 800,000 children.

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