Rappler's latest stories on freedom of information act
Not passing the proposed Bangsamoro law the FOI Act and anti political dynasty bill doesn t mean Congress wasn t working hard in the last 3 years
The presidential bet says politicians who say his plan is impossible just aren t brave enough to pull it off
The 16th Congress has only 17 session days left in 2016 to pass these major pieces of legislation that could be the Aquino administration s legacy
How can the public trust a government that cannot provide clear procedures for citizens to know what their government is up to?
Clinton s electronic correspondence remains a focus of controversy after her admission in March of using a private account for all her email correspondence while secretary of state between 2009 and 2013
Although applicable only to the year covered by the particular budget it nevertheless requires gov t offices to share datasets that have been processed using public funds
Do we want to prevent or at the very least reduce corruption by making processes more transparent now?
The passage of the Freedom of Information Act will bring about a new era of openness and transparency unprecedented in Philippine history
Journalists and bloggers discuss how to make the FOI bill feasible in the time of social media
Senator Santiago says netizens should now call for the passage of the Freedom of Information Act because it is a natural consequence of the People s March
President Aquino has both power and duty to fulfill his promise and to do his part to save a bill that will enable the constitutionally guaranteed rights of the people to information and to transparency and accountability in government
For the second day in a row the House of Representatives fails to sponsor the FOI bill on the floor
The proposed Freedom of Information Act faces another obstacle in the House
All eyes are on the House of Representatives when Congress resumes session on January 21 as advocates await the fate of the Freedom of Information Act
But does it still have a fighting chance to be enacted into a law?
Senate President Enrile pushes for a probe on Sen Sotto’s alleged plagiarism | The Freedom of Information Act is dead in the 15th Congress A magnitude 5 8 earthquake shakes parts of western and central Visayas
Civil society organizations advocating for the passage of the Freedom of Information Act will march to Mendiola on November 12 to increase pressure on legislators to act on the bill as it enters crunch time