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Colonel Joaquin Alva, who is now the chief of staff of the PNP Legal Service, denies making the call. He has been out of Metro Manila police for 8 years.
Groups urge Filipinos to buy local rice and support Filipino farmers as they feel the severe effects of the rice tariffication law
(UPDATED) On Twitter, Ibon Foundation executive director Sonny Africa says they are working on resurrecting the site
Ibon Foundation notes that this is the largest drop in the number of employed Filipinos 'since the aftermath of the 1997 Asian financial crisis'
Ibon Foundation launches CASERgoals a campaign to promote public awareness on talks to reform the country s socio economic policies
Over taxation is among the primary concerns of Filipinos particularly the middle class
In a MovePH interview via Facebook Live Stream Ibon Foundation suggests that the Philippines should call it quits with APEC for the pain it has reportedly caused the country
There was a time before APEC and before the era of globalization that people s lives got better even if slowly and sometimes haltingly and economic policy was not so methodical in supporting corporate profits and swelling oligarchic wealth
Let us not mislead the public The President and his Cabinet and this government [are] in favor of reviewing the tax laws says Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda
Rappler talks to IBON Foundation Executive Director Jose Africa on the 2014 SONA and the picture it paints of the Philippine economy
The American Taxpayers Relief Act forces Filipinos in the US to pay 33 more in taxes
Will Plan 747 finally take off during the term of President Benigno Aquino III?