'WE NEED TO PROTECT THE INSTITUTION.' Senator Nancy Binay expressed her willingness to support the resolution seeking to censure NTF-Elcac spokesperson Lt. Gen. Antonio Parlade Jr. after his “disrespectful” statements against senators. READ:
NTF-ELCAC BUDGET TO GO THROUGH "FINE-TOOTHED COMB" Senator Nancy Binay said that the budget for "profiling" would better serve the public as funding for contact tracing.
'ANONG AMBAG NIYO?' Senator Nancy Binay slammed the red-tagging of Ana Patricia Non, the woman behind the instrumental Maginhawa community pantry. This comes after the free food stall halted its operations on Tuesday as the organizers fear for their safety.
'ANG KALABAN AY GUTOM, HINDI ANG TUMUTULONG.' Senator Nancy Binay hits gov't red-tagging of community pantry initiatives. "Ano'ng ambag 'nyo?" Binay asks, adding that for her, Filipinos who set up community pantries are "champions who have genuine compassion for our people."
'SAYANG LANG ANG ORAS.' Senator Nancy Binay criticized the conduct of ribbon-cutting ceremonies and other niceties that come with the opening of new health facilities as it “leaves a bad taste” in the mouth of COVID-positive patients and their families.
Senator Nancy Binay hits government officials violating health protocols. Binay says curfews, liquor bans are useless if officials continue to disobey the protocols themselves. Recently, PNP chief Debold Sinas and Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque tested positive for COVID-19.
'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.
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.