Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana confirmed on Sunday, July 16, that he has submitted to Malacañang his recommendation on whether or not to extend martial law in Mindanao. He declined to give further details "so as not to preempt the President."
In stark contrast, House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez last week said he wants martial law to be implemented in Mindanao for 5 more years, but the military said that is "too long."
Our #AnimatED this week highlights the folly of Alvarez' statements and asks the critical questions.
Lorenzana submits martial law recommendation to Duterte
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana declines to disclose his recommendation 'so as not to preempt' President Rodrigo Duterte
NEDA reviews San Miguel's proposed airport in Bulacan
The NEDA chief, however, says it is not a priority because they will focus on projects that can be finished within President Rodrigo Duterte's term.
Travel guide: Exploring the clear lakes of Jiuzhaigou
In China's Jiuzhaigou Valley, shimmering lakes and gorgeous waterfalls are nothing short of spectacular.
No state-sanctioned killings? Supt Marcos is 'damning proof'
Senator Risa Hontiveros says the reinstatement of a cop linked to the killing of a former mayor is the latest proof that 'EJK deniers' need.
D23 Expo 2017: Updates on Disney, Marvel, 'Star Wars' movies