We support the move of the US Senate as it calls out Philippine officials involved in the unjust and arbitrary detention of Sen. Leila de Lima.
ON THE 47TH ANNIVERSARY OF MARTIAL LAWStand for truth, stop red-tagging of ex-student activists: Erin Tañada Today, as we commemorate the 47th year of martial law, we express alarm over the increasing instances of red-tagging and political harassment, especially the most recent one involving Sonia Soto, four-time Golden Dove awardee and fellow former student activist. Every martial […]
MANILA — The Liberal Party will rally behind Vice President Leni Robredo’s People Empowerment Agenda in Congress and in local government units where LP members won seats in the last elections. In its National Executive Council (NECO) meeting on Thursday, LP adopted six resolutions, including Resolution No. NECO-2019-04, enjoining all LP elected members to push […]
Hindi talaga nakukuntento ang Administrasyong ito sa pang-aalipusta kay Sen. Leila De Lima. Nakakulong na nga ang tao dahil sa mga inimbentong kaso, ikinakaladkad pa ang pangalan niya sa kapalpakan at katiwaliang kagagawan mismo ng mga kampon ng rehimeng ito.
MANILA – Joining the growing call for aid for farmers affected by the Rice Tariffication Law, Liberal Party lawmakers on Wednesday filed a joint resolution authorizing the use of the unappropriated Rice Competitiveness Enhancement Fund (RCEF) and tariffs collected under the law as direct emergency cash assistance. “We have to immediately switch gears now that […]
Copy of Joint Resolution No. 15 or A Resolution Authorizing the Rice Competitiveness Enhancement Fund (RCEF) as provided under the uprogrammed appropriations of the 2019 General Appropriations Act (GAA), The Bureau of Customs’ Tariff collections from imported rice as of 31 August 2019, and other possible sources, as a special emergency fund for direct cash transfers to rice […]
Having listened to the plight of their respective constituents, Liberal Party congressmen are moving to file a joint resolution to amend Republic Act 11203 otherwise known as the Rice Tariffication Law.
Still embroiled in the GCTA mess, the Bureau of Corrections has gotten itself into another controversy when it allowed the transfer of 10 high profile inmates from the New Bilibid Prisons to the Marine barracks in Taguig. The explanation of Justice Secretary Guevarra that the transfer was for security reasons is a virtual admission of […]