Because of the complaint filed by Isaias Samson Jr. against the religion’s Internal Council for Illegal Detention, the religious group, through their followers, picketed at the main office of DOJ, claiming that the so-called “Illegal Detention” is an internal issue and should not be meddled with by the government.
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The “SPECIAL SNOWFLAKES” of Iglesia ni Cristo demands Separation of Church and State, but condemns Due Process
The Philippine National Police will once again open their Gun Amnesty program in a bid to cut down loose firearms in the country.
Thanks to a persistent warning campaign in Facebook, a would-be victim has came face-to-face with the con man posing as a sales agent from PLDT (Philippine Long Distance Telecom) and decided to deal justice his way.
Apparently not a good experience, sermon, and maybe some confiscation of IDs and of course, handing out grease.
Philippine Senator Francis “Chiz” Escudero on Tuesday, August 25 urged President Benigno Aquino III to send to Congress a proposed measure lowering personal income taxes by certifying it as urgent to hasten its passage.
Just over two months after being appointed as commissioner of the Bureau of Customs, Alberto Lina is facing graft and plunder charges at the Office of the Ombudsman.
After a public outcry, President Benigno S. Aquino III stopped on Monday, August 24, the Bureau of Customs (BoC) from conducting physical inspections of homecoming giftboxes, locally known as balikbayan boxes.
Locally called “Balikbayan Boxes” (homecoming gifts) the boxes were recently pointed as means of smuggling prohibited items by the bureau, to the sharp protest of political figures and the OFWs, who claim that the inspection may merely result in stolen items from the boxes.
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) said government efforts last year have helped cut the incidence of coconut scale insect (CSI) infestation in the Philippines from 57 hotspots to only seven.
Philippine Department of Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Ramon J.P. Paje announced that they are issuing a reward of P100,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the death of Philippine eagle “Pamana,” found dead last August 16.