THE Department of Justice (DoJ) reiterated on Wednesday that the recent proclamations issued by President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. granting amnesty to various rebel and insurgent groups do not cover heinous crimes.
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On Nov. 30, 2023, Chris Nelson, British Chamber of Commerce Philippines (BCCP) Executive director/trustee highlighted the Chamber’s consistent support and advocacy on ensuring food security and boosting trade and investments in the country by putting emphasis on the UK-PH meat trade and successfully celebrating its Philippine-British Meat Trade Mission Year-end Gathering at One World Butchers, Makati City.
Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, November 30) —The House of Representatives is aiming to approve all the resolutions concurring with the proclamations issued by President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. granting amnesty to former rebels before Congress goes on holiday break next month.
DA breaks ground on first of many post-harvest infrastructures to cut rice losses, lift storage capacity
The Department of Agriculture on Friday broke ground on four units of large rice dryers in Dingras, Ilocos Norte, the first of more than two dozen post-harvest facilities that the National Food Authority (NFA) plans to build to enhance its procurement capability, increase rice yield, and boost rice and corn storage capacity.
MANILA, Philippines — President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has committed to utilizing all available means to ensure the safe return of 17 Filipino seafarers being held hostage by Houthi rebels in Yemen.
MANILA, Philippines — President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. can accept the ad hoc jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (ICC) for the drug war investigation, a group of human rights advocates and lawyers said on Wednesday.
MANILA, Philippines — A Singapore-based think tank raised red flags on the controversial Maharlika Investment Fund (MIF) due to the risk of its potential misuse of funds and lack of accountability.
MANILA, Philippines — President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. told Filipinos on Thursday to emulate the heroism of Katipunan martyr Andres Bonifacio in dedicating their day-to-day life for the country.
MANILA, Philippines — Leaders at the House of Representatives have begun the process of granting congressional concurrence to recent amnesty proclamations made by the president to former members of rebel groups.