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Drilon: Alibis, excuses, and lies from PSG chief | Evening wRap

Today on Rappler – the latest news in the Philippines and around the world:

Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon says all that the Presidential Security Group or PSG is giving the public are ‘alibis, excuses, and lies.’

Human rights group Karapatan claims 9 indigenous people or IP killed in Panay Island early Wednesday, December 30, were massacred. 17 others were also arrested in early dawn police operations.

The National Economic and Development Authority or NEDA says reverting to stricter quarantine restrictions ‘is not an option’ in 2021 as the government tries to prevent a further contracted economy.

While they welcome the provision in the signed 2021 budget increasing the annual teaching allowance from P3,500 to P5,000, the Alliance of Concerned Teachers or ACT says the amount is still 'totally short' for teachers' expenses for distance education. 

United States non-profit Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project or OCCRP names Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro as its 2020 ‘Person of the Year’ for his role in promoting organized crime and corruption during his administration. – Rappler.com