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Bobi Tiglao used to understand that. And used to think it was a good thing.
A quick examination of the PCIJ website shows that a number of articles critical of former presidents Benigno Aquino III and Fidel Ramos were published
Tordesillas says that 'if this is the kind of intelligence report that the President gets and bases his actions and policies on, the country is in big trouble'
Vice President Leni Robredo says all government employees, regardless of position, are expected to be honest in declaring their wealth
'The PCIJ report was built on the Dutertes' own declarations in their SALNs and data from official government records,' says PCIJ executive director Malou Mangahas
It's none of your business, President Rodrigo Duterte tells the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism
16 relatives of Duterte have worked or remain in government posts, according to a PCIJ investigation
The Dutertes have interests and engagements in at least 23 corporate entities, the majority involving food and catering, freight and trucking services, and education, according to a PCIJ investigation
PCIJ: In Sara Duterte's case, some unusual situations are apparent, in terms of sudden and sharp rise in her net worth
How and why their fortunes are rising remain a mystery; the numbers do not seem to add up, reports PCIJ
President Duterte and his children Sara and Paolo separately and together offer token or opaque data that, under the law, they are required to reveal in their SALNs
'I cannot imagine myself having that amount,' says Magdalo Representative Gary Alejano, who has been named by the PCIJ as the top 10 ad spender so far for the 2019 polls
Former special assistant to the President Bong Go spends a whopping P422 million for his senatorial bid. The mystery? His net worth as of 2017 is only P12.85 million.
An Iloilo-based filmmaker and teacher gives us a glimpse into the lives of women imprisoned at the Iloilo City Jail
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CLTG Builders, a contractor owned by SAP Bong Go's father, wins roughly P750 million worth of government contracts from 2016 to 2017
All 10 are being investigated by the Department of Public Works and Highways
Political analyst Julio Teehankee says 'unintended consequences' of federalism include 'escalated political rivalry and electoral violence among political clans'
Majority of the selection committee members lack experience 'in evaluating public contracts on technical and financial merits,' says a PCIJ report
Since the awarding of contracts, however, Tacurong Fitmart, Ororama Supercenter, and Ace Centerpoint have yet to complete the delivery of relief goods, according to a PCIJ report
'Separately and together, these 85 cases have made the practice of journalism an even more dangerous endeavor under Duterte,' says Malou Mangahas, executive director of the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism
Whoever is president, the paramount duty of a free press in a democracy is to defend and uphold the people's right to know, with unqualified courage and unity
'We want to offer you this discussion because it's not only about the media but it's also about people's rights,' says Malou Mangahas, Executive Director of the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism
(2nd UPDATE) The Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism says the 'harsh' ruling has 'horrifying implications on the full and untrammeled exercise of press freedom'
The Right to Know Right Now Coalition also reiterates its call for the passage of a Freedom of Information Law
Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella says that 'those working in the government, such as members of the Cabinet, still have the right to privacy'
PCIJ reports that significant details were blacked out in the copies of the December 2016 SALNs of Duterte Cabinet officials
The Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism launches The PCIJ Story Project
Chess is like life Every move you make has a consequence says Teacher Ocol who decades ago exposed irregularities in the 1998 Philippine Centennial Expo project in Clark
A phrase with explicit curse and threat has been written by the attackers into our stories says the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism
For national candidates media organizations are urged to report all paid promotions made from November 9 2015 to May 7 2016
Binay s ad spending during the first 50 days of his 2016 presidential campaign is already bigger than his overall spending for his 90 day vice presidential campaign in 2010
UPDATED Some people online – including several news groups – confuse a 2013 exposé with the 2016 Panama Papers probe
Senator Miriam Defensor Santiago is the sole presidential bet who did not spend hundreds of millions of pesos on pre campaign ads
The administration standard bearer responds to calls spurred by reports on funds spent by presidential candidates on political ads so far
Sheila Coronel: Investigative journalists are the bearers of a proud tradition Like priests we perform the culturally sanctioned rituals of exposure and shaming The gods are on our side Let no one tell us otherwise
With the abundance of available information the challenge for journalists is the understanding gap with their audience
13 years ago Estrada was indicted for plunder The Sandiganbayan s 2013 compliance report says he still owes the government over P400 million roughly US 9 million
Veteran journalist Sheila Coronel starts her tenure as the school s new dean of academic affairs on July 1
Advocates and Aquino s own men say his concerns about the FOI bill – that matters of national security will be accessed – have already been addressed
San Juan Rep JV Ejercito says a PCIJ report on his links to a secret offshore account is part of a demolition job
The eldest child of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos is a beneficiary of a secret trust in the Caribbean according to a PCIJ investigation
The Philippines is still the deadliest place in Southeast Asia for journalists and media workers according to the Southeast Asian Press Alliance
Journalists from the PCIJ refuse to take the witness stand for the Chief Justice
Defense counsel Jose Roy III said the testimony of the LRA chief shows the accusation against Corona are all smoke and mirrors
Over the last few decades justices were forced to quit over charges of dishonesty and impropriety
President Benigno Aquino III said he will watch the Corona trial on TV since he considers it an important exercise for democracy