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The “emergency powers” granted to President Rodrigo Duterte under the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act to deal with the coronavirus pandemic will cease once the law lapses by Friday, Senator Panfilo Lacson pointed out on Thursday. | @CMRamosINQ 

Duterte may no longer call for special session as Congress assures enactment of new Bayanihan law

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De Lima supports omission of 'misused' punitive provision in proposed Bayanihan Law 2

Duterte won’t certify extension of Bayanihan law as urgent for now —Palace

Senate adjourns session without passing Bayanihan Law 2 on 3rd reading

@MBvanneelaine  This was the reason why senators decided to craft a "new " Bayanihan law -- and not just an extension of the validity of the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act as lawmakers planned earlier | via @MBvanneelaine 

Hontiveros seeks probe on how gov't used funds, special powers under Bayanihan Law

President Duterte gives gov't agencies until Tuesday, June 9, to give health workers affected by COVID-19 the aid stipulated under Bayanihan to Heal as One law, says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque. | via @piaranada  LIVE:

House Committee of the Whole OKs bill extending Bayanihan law

House Committee of the Whole OKs bill extending Bayanihan law

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Malacañang releases the President’s 22-page weekly report on Bayanihan law implementation to Congress (1/~) | via @GenKabiling 

BREAKING NEWS. The NBI will also summon Senator Koko Pimentel for the latter's breach of quarantine protocol, NBI Deputy Director Ferdinand Lavin told reporters Wednesday, after summoning Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto for supposed violation of the Bayanihan Law.

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The Bayanihan Law was not yet enacted when Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto appealed to Malacañang if he could allow tricycles to operate in Pasig City. Laws cannot be applied retroactively. This means that it cannot be used to punish any act that was committed before it was passed.

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Hontiveros: The Bayanihan Law cannot be applied retroactively, & doesn't suspend the right to dissent or express views. May na-insecure ba? | via @_katrinadomingo 

Senators slammed the NBI for summoning Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto over the alleged violation of the recently enacted Bayanihan to Heal as One law.

@liannami  Sotto's tricycle policy did not push through when it was rejected by Malacañang. This also happened before the enactment of the Bayanihan Law. Penal laws cannot be applied ex-post facto. | via @liannami 

JUST IN: NBI summons Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto for supposed violation of the Bayanihan Law Section 4(g) that mandates LGU officials to comply with national guidelines, Spox Ferdinand Lavin confirms. | via @liannami  Story soon on

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NBI summons Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto for supposed violation of Bayanihan Law which mandates LGU officials to comply with national guidelines. But Sotto already complied before the law was even enacted. #COVID19PH  READ:

Senate President Tito Sotto says he already received the mandated weekly report from Malacañang on the implementation of the Bayanihan law. The law states it should be submitted every Monday. Sotto says he received it at 12:40 am on Tuesday, March 31. | via @reyaika 

There is no law that punishes fake news. The Bayanihan To Heal as one Act also does not define fake news. 'That would be void,' says ex-SC spokesman Ted Te. #COVID19PH 

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