THE Department of Foreign Affairs yesterday said the Filipino caregiver in Israel, who was freed last Friday from Hamas captivity, is unaware of another Filipino among the hostages.
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THE Department of Justice (DOJ) yesterday said the lack of money among inmates to pay for their bail bonds is the main reason for the decongestion in the country’s prison facilities, especially those operated by the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP).
VICE President Sara Duterte yesterday maintained there is no crack in the “UniTeam” alliance because her working relationship with President Marcos Jr. remains good despite her rift with the leadership of the House of Representatives led by Speaker Martin Romualdez, who is a first cousin of the Chief Executive.
SPEAKER Martin Romualdez yesterday dismissed Sen. Ronald dela Rosa’s statement questioning the timing of the hearings being conducted by the House of Representative on resolutions urging the government to cooperate with the International Criminal Court (ICC) probe on former President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs.
THE National Housing Authority’s (NHA) soft policy in imposing sanctions against shelter beneficiaries is causing the agency to further bleed billions yearly due to low collection ranging from 36 to 55 percent from 2015 to 2022.
THE National Amnesty Commission (NAC) said it is waiting for the Senate and House of Representatives to concur with the four proclamation orders of President Marcos Jr. before they can start accepting and processing applications for amnesty of rebels and separatist members.