May tawag po sa suggestion ni Senator Go: Murder.
The administration boasts about the country’s economic growth, but this is useless to the 10 million jobless Filipinos, said Atty. Erin Tañada, Liberal Party vice president on external affairs.
Batay sa mga pahayag ni Pangulong Duterte at kanyang mga kaalyado, kitang-kita na ayaw ng pamahalaang ito na magtagumpay si Vice President Leni Robredo sa kanyang trabaho bilang co-chair ng Inter-Agency Committee for Anti- Illegal Drugs (ICAD).
Ngayong araw na ito ay ang isang libong araw mula nung na-detain at ikinulong si Sen. Leila De Lima. Mahigit dalawang taon na siyang nakakulong sa Camp Crame sa isang selda na kung saan walang cellphone, walang telepono, walang telebisyon, walang aircon. At ang kanyang access lamang sa mga pangyayari sa ating bansa at sa […]
May dapat bang ikatakot o itinatago ang pamahalaang Duterte kaya itinatago nito ang hawak na intelligence report kay Vice President Leni Robredo? Kung wala silang pinagtatakpan, napakadali lang na ilabas ang nasabing intelligence report para sa kaalaman ni VP Leni bilang Inter-agency Committee on Anti-Illegal Drugs (ICAD). Depriving VP Leni of needed intelligence report will render her blind in the performance of her […]
The Liberal Party of the Philippines stands in solidarity with the people of Cambodia in its call for the safe return of the exiled leadership of the Cambodian National Rescue Party. Political persecution has no place in civilized society. Dissent must not only be tolerated; it must be welcomed if one wishes democracy to remain […]
Varying sources are reporting this incident with differing accounts of what actually happened. Any accident involving the President is a cause of national concern and interest. There must be a full and proper disclosure on his health and hospital records. Malacañang should release a physician’s report of the incident that includes the President’s overall well-being. […]
Sen. Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan is calling on all young people to register to vote, noting that about 10 million young people age 18 to 24 years old failed to do so for the May 2019 senatorial elections.