Bishops give PNoy failing grade in 3 years of gov't MANILA -- Leaders of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) gave President Benigno Aquino III a failing grade for failing to curb poverty in the country amid claims of better-than-expected economic growth.
Marcos: Nothing definite yet on next Senate chief MANILA - It’s too early to tell who the next Senate president will be as the chamber still has to work out ways to avert possible conflict over distribution of committee chairmanships, Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. said yesterday.
Marcos: Botohan sa Senate president malayo pa MALAYO pa bago ang pagpili ng bagong lider ng Senado. Ito ang binigyang-diin ni Senador Bongbong Marcos kasabay ng pagsasabing marami pang posibleng mangyari bago ang botohan ng bagong Senate president sa July 22. Sa ngayon anya ay patuloy ang pag-uusap ng lahat ng mga senador subalit hindi naman anya maiiwasan na may kanya-kanyang paniniwala ang bawat isa. “Alam n’yo malayo pa eh, ang SONA 22 of July pa, so magbobotohan din. So, siguro naman matatapos ’yan beforehand pero sa ngayon, eh, maaga pa ng konti para makapag-commit at nag-uusap-usap lahat,” saad ni Marcos. Inihayag din ni Marcos na batay sa pag-uusap nila ng Nacionalista Party ay magiging bahagi sila ng majority bloc. “Doon sa mga usapan namin within the Nacionalista Party, papunta kami sa majority. But again each individual senator has their own ideas,” dagdag ng senador. As much as possible, ang Nacionalista lagi naming gustong gumalaw na buo, so ’yun ang basis n’yan. Pero hindi naman imposibleng mangyari na
PNoy’s trip costs Php6M President Benigno Aquino's visit to Myanmar may be less than 24 hours, but the government has earmarked about P6 million for President Benigno S. Aquino III’s participation in the 22nd World Economic Forum (WEF) on East Asia in Myanmar serving as a convergence for over 900 participants, mostly key decision-makers, from 55 countries to discuss the challenges facing the region. President Aquino left early yesterday morning for Nay Pyi Taw via a chartered Philippine Airlines flight accompanied by a 57-member delegation that included Foreign Secretary Albert Del Rosario, Trade Secretary Gregory Domingo, Cabinet Secretary to the President Jose Rene Almendras, Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho Petilla, Socio-Economic Planning Secretary Arsenio Balisacan, Presidential Management Staff head Julia Andrea Abad and Presidential Protocol Chief Celia Anna Feria. Other members of the official delegation are Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima, Tourism Secretary Ramon Jimenez Jr., Budget and Management
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