Category Archives: Government

Senator Koko Pimentel Office Address

Senator Koko Pimentel Office Address Senate Office: Room 603, GSIS Building, Financial Center, Diokno Boulevard, Pasay City Telefax No.: (02) 8552-6601 to 70 local 5548 Email Address: senatorkoko@kokopimentel.org Website: www.kokopimentel.org Official Facebook: www.facebook.com/AttyKoko Official Instagram: @senkokopimentel Official Twitter: @SenKokoPimentel Chief of Staff: 1. Mr. Jeffrey Benjamin G. Yu 2. Atty. Daniel T. Salomon Appointment Secretary: Joselyne Myra Ocampo-Queriza… Read More »

On this day, July 20

  Today in History on July 20, 1961, Philippine President Carlos P. Garcia signed Administrative Order 359, specifically prohibiting public officers from entering into deals with kin of President, VP, Senator, Senate President, & House Speaker. Context: Earlier, the Garcia administration prosecuted a Quezon City NAMARCO rice retailer allegedly selling rice at P1.20, when by law, imported grains… Read More »

Philippine President State of the Nation Address

  Philippine President State of the Nation Address Did you Know? After overextending his rule for 21 years, Ferdinand Marcos had the most number of delivered State of the Nation Address. He also delivered the longest SONA by word count. President Ferdinand Marcos delivered the longest and had the most numbers of State of the Nation Address (SONA).… Read More »

Lawmakers who voted against ABS CBN Franchise Renewal

The following are the Lawmakers who voted against ABS CBN Franchise Renewal: Ma. Theresa Collantes: Batangas, 3rd District Ria Christina Farinas: Ilocos Norte, 1st District Camille Villar: Las Pinas City, Lone District Roger Mercado: Southern Leyte, Lone District Joseph Stephen Paduano: Party List-Abang Lingkod Bayani Fernando: Marikina City, Lone District Jose Singson: Party List-Probinsyano Ako Sharee Ann Tan:… Read More »

On this day, July 6

  Today in History, July 6, in 1986, after EDSA in February, a group of military Marcos loyalists led by Arturo Tolentino occupied Manila Hotel demanding President Corazon Aquino’s resignation. Tolentino proclaimed himself “acting President” on Marcos’ behalf. Context: In Snap Election 1986, 2 contending parties competed: Ferdinand Marcos & Arturo Tolentino (Pres & VP respectively), and Corazon… Read More »