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Labor leader and presidential aspirant Leody de Guzman and running mate Walden Bello said they will push for the decriminalization of abortion and the legalization of divorce and same-sex marriage should they win in the elections next year. READ:
The country’s COVID-19 reproduction number has dropped to 0.52 and the seven-day average is down to 5,451, Dr. Guido David, a fellow at the independent pandemic monitor OCTA Research, said in a Twitter post. | @JEMendozaINQ
Today's Morning Prayer. #INQPrayers Dear Lord, we ask for the grace of healing as we are blinded by things that are temporal and self-gratifying. By prayer and reflection, may we glimpse the fullness of life that you have promised us. Amen.
MARTIAL LAW IN NUMBERS On this day 49 years ago, dictator Ferdinand Marcos placed the entire country under martial law — remembered by many Filipinos as one of the darkest chapters in Philippine history. Here's a look back at the martial law:
'I WILL BE RUNNING FOR THE SENATE' Human rights lawyer Chel Diokno disclosed on Wednesday that he is running for the Senate in the 2022 national elections. He also said he is in support of 1Sambayan’s efforts to come up with a united slate.
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'ECQ WASTED' “We re-emphasize that this mobility restriction is but a short-term intervention and yet it seems to have been wasted again,” said the group of doctors and health workers.