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President Rodrigo Duterte wants to amend the Government Procurement Reform Act to erase the requirement that projects must go to the lowest qualified bidder
Vice President Leni Robredo says declaring a revolutionary government runs against President Rodrigo Duterte's oath to defend the Constitution
The Chief Executive orders the review after telling Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra and Solicitor General Jose Calida to 'study' the Maynilad arbitration case against the government
Executive Order No. 77 also prohibits officials from going on trips sponsored by suppliers and contractors that their agencies deal with
Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III's designation as government peace panel chair ends more than a year after the formal scrapping of peace talks with the Left
President Rodrigo Duterte reads the names of at least 13 suspended government employees, from a prosecutor to a former mayor
Duterte: 'I have dismissed Licuanan today, 'yung sa Marina, and many will follow'
President Rodrigo Duterte will now pay more attention to local government units, including the ARMM, in his anti-corruption campaign, says Malacañang
No more empty promises. No more lies. No more proclamations that are so hollow they echo in my ears. I am so very tired.
Since the whole point of RevGov is setting aside the Constitution and its restraints, its fate then turns on enforcement, which means a willingness to put bodies and lives on the line
Four-and-a-half more years of Duterte is an interminable, insufferable length of time. His regime is wreaking havoc on many political institutions, especially the weakest of our 3 branches of government, the judicial system.
Junjun Osmeña replaces Nendell Hanz Abella, who has been appointed National Labor Relations Commission commissioner in August
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'Move on na po tayo,' Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque says in response to fears of the opposition that President Rodrigo Duterte would declare a revolutionary government
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While President Rodrigo Duterte has said he does not want a revolutionary government, he respects the right of citizens to express their support for it, says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque
(UPDATED) President Rodrigo Duterte tells the military not to believe reports that he wants to declare a revolutionary government
The President claims he won't use the declaration of a revolutionary government to stay in power
‘Iyong baseless accusations lalo tayong nagiging divisive, nagiging polarized ang mga tao,’ says Vice President Leni Robredo
'We call on everyone in the community to defend our democratic institutions,' says Ateneo de Manila president Father Jose Ramon Villarin
(UPDATED) 'President Duterte is losing his grip,' opposition group Tindig Pilipinas says after the chief executive warned he will declare a revolutionary government
President Rodrigo Duterte says that this possible revolutionary government will last until the end of his term
The national democrats know a break with President Duterte's administration will be inevitable. For now, it will milk the relationship for all its strategic and tactical worth.
For the Philippines to really go up sabi ko ang kailangan ng mga tao is not martial law Go for ginawa ni Cory revolutionary government says President Rodrigo Duterte
President Duterte s popularity and the willingness of Filipinos to embrace change can provide the right atmosphere for improving the criminal justice system
Similar to the past there are internal battles being fought as regards the right balance between state and market
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority says that the travel time along EDSA has been cut by at least 14 minutes
Within the first year of President Duterte’s administration he has not been remiss in expressing his thanks to the community that has been instrumental to his success
If it is proven that humingi siya ng pera may opisyal dito na tatanggalin ko says the President
Rodrigo Duterte has fired several government officials including his closest allies for alleged corruption
President Duterte has criticized the past government for the slow rehab of Eastern Visayas What happens when he tells agencies he is getting impatient?
UPDATED Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales with 12 months left in office steps on the gas as Arroyo time scam cases are being dismissed by the anti graft court
Duterte’s experience as mayor is out of proportion to the demands of the presidency It ill prepared him for checks and balances central to a democracy
UPDATED The league which is composed of governors the local chief executives of the country s provinces commit to being vigilant especially on security matters in their respective areas In a separate statement they are joined by their city and barangay officials
Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez says the bill can be passed into law before October if President Rodrigo Duterte certifies the measure as urgent
10 Negrense lawmakers write an appeal to the President
Former UP National College of Public Administration and Governance dean Alex Brillantes Jr says federalism can be one fundamental reform that can transform and empower frontline government units