Category Archives: Government

Commissioner Dingdong Dantes Signed A MOA With NDRRMC

  Dingdong Dantes, the commissioner of the National Youth Commission (NYC) signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC).     The MOA’s intention is to formalize the participation of the youth in disaster risk reduction management.   The Youth will participate in activities connected with disaster risk reduction in… Read More »

Mandaluyong City Investment Scam

  An alleged investment company failed to gave back the money it owes to its investors.   The Investment company said that it is a legitimate business and it is registered in the Securities and exchange commission (SEC).   The Company said that its office was robbed which was the reason it failed to gave back the money… Read More »

Sen Grace Poe Is A Natural Born Filipino Citizen

  Sen Grace Poe is a natural born Filipino citizen and is therefore qualified to run as President in the coming 2016 Presidential election.   Related: Lovi Poe expresses support for Sen Grace Poe   Atty.Katrina Legarda, a well known Philippine lawyer said that the Philippines adheres to the principles of International Law.   Under international law, foundlings… Read More »

Disqualification Case Against Sen Grace Poe Stalled

  The filing of a disqualification case against Sen Grace Poe by a private citizen questioning her citizenship was stalled after the complainant was unable to pay the filing fee of P50,000.   The complainant, Rizalito David even asked the media present for contribution to pay the required filing fee.   He was not aware of the fact… Read More »

Sec Mar Roxas Courts Liberal Party Members And Allies

  Sec Mar Roxas of DILG courts Liberal Party members and allies headed by President Benigno Aquino for the 2016 Presidential election. The Philippine Presidential Election is held every 6 years.   Unless otherwise provided by law, the regular election for President and Vice-President shall be held on the second Monday of May.   Under the Philippine Constitution,… Read More »