Senator Nancy Binay noted the seeming lack of “persuasive powers” of DepEd to bring back face-to-face classes as she questioned government’s plan to allow more children outside their homes while still keeping them out of schools. Read:
• Senator Nancy Binay disappointed at rollout of government's COVID-19 vaccination program as arrival of coronavirus shots remains uncertain
Senator Nancy Binay on Thursday called on the government to open up the transportation sector in order to accommodate the country’s workforce. | @CMRamosINQ
Senator Nancy Binay@SenatorBinay ), in a tweet on Tuesday, decried the unilateral abrogation of the Soto-Enrile Accord by the Department of National Defense, which gives prior notice before police and military could enter UP campuses.
Senator Nancy Binay asks Galvez why the government decided to purchase Sinovac "based on science," when no publications have been made on Sinovac. LIVE:
There should be no shortcuts, Senator Nancy Binay said on Wednesday as she hit those blatantly violating the law. | @MAgerINQ
Senator Nancy Binay took to Twitter to share her three wishes this new year: Respect for laws and due process, value human life, and return of time-honored Filipino values like palabra de honor and delicadeza.
'BUONG TAON MAY NAKAKAHIYANG HEADLINE TUNGKOL SA PULIS' Senator Nancy Binay questioned what the leadership of the PNP is doing to address what she said has been “a long list of transgressions” by the police.
At the hearing on the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and Expression (Sogie) Equality bill, Senator Nancy Binay expressed hope that discussions on discrimination should cover everybody and not just gender. Read:
Senator Nancy Binay speaks to reporters about the ABS-CBN issue. Binay: Para sa akin ang bola ngayon nasa House. This is the best time to show our people na talagang may 3 branches of government na independent of each other. | via @reyaika
LOOK: Senator Richard Gordon (UP Law, JD '75) posted a photo with fellow senator nancy binay'>UP-grads Senator Nancy Binay (UP-D, Tourism '97) , Senate Majority Leader JuanMiguel Zubiri (UPLB, Agribusiness Mgt '90), as well as Senator Imee Marcos whose UP credentials are in question. | via @reyaika
Senator Nancy Binay on Monday hit the Department of Health for what she claimed were apparently late announcements of confirmed cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the Philippines.