Bayan Muna Rep. Carlos Zarate: “As it was before, so it is still now: Malacañang’s apparent ‘unequal distribution of pork slices’ may derail the passage of the 2021 proposed national budget.”
Malacañang on Friday encouraged parents and schools to exert more effort in guiding the youth on sex education as incidences of teenage pregnancies increased in the country. | @KAguilarINQ
Malacañang goads EU to revoke tariff perks benefiting thousands of Philippine products
JUST IN: Senate Pres. Sotto confirmed to reporters that the anti-terror bill, approved by both houses of Congress, will be transmitted to Malacanang today. He said he already signed it and added that House Speaker Allan Peter Cayetano did the same last night. | via @donabel_magsino
JUST IN: Senate President Tito Sotto says he and Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano have already signed the anti-terrorism bill on Monday night, June 8. He adds that the enrolled copy is set to be sent to Malacañang this morning, June 9. | via @reyaika
Congress has not sent the enrolled anti-terror bill to Malacañang for President Duterte's signature, said Justice Sec Menardo Guevarra. Congress is urged not to transmit the bill yet in light of withdrawal of votes over questions on constitutionality. | via @liannami
BREAKING: Malacañang is asking PH Congress to declare a nat'l emergency, grant special powers to Pres. Duterte to address the crisis spawned by #COVID19 , based on copy of Malacañang's proposed bill sent to Senate, a copy of which ABS-CBN News has just obtained. | via @mikenavallo
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.