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  • Building a just and lasting peace

    PEACE-MAKERBy FORMER PHILIPPINE SPEAKER JOSE DE VENECIA(Remarks at the UPF Asia Pacific Summit 2019, November 18-20, 2019; Phnom Penh, Cambodia “Peace, Reconciliation, Interdependence, Mutual Prosperity and Universal Values”)Our UPF conference here in this great capital by the banks of Mekong Read More
  • House pursues shift to federal government

    MANILA, Philippines — The House of Representatives is pursuing the shift to a federal form of government that was proposed by the consultative committee headed by retired chief justice Reynato Puno and earlier approved by President Duterte and the previous Congress.The Read More
  • Not Rody’s cup of tea

    Any claims and attacks being made in relation to this matter are from the opposition and by interest groups that are against the socio-economic policies and reforms by this administration. As President Rodrigo Duterte lashed out against oligarchy and the Read More
  • Crony capital: How Duterte embraced the oligarchs

    President Rodrigo Duterte promised to destroy the Philippines' elite. Instead, he chose his own MANILA/DAVAO, Philippines -- The day Rodrigo Duterte became president, Roberto Ongpin was one of the Philippines' richest men. Ongpin had survived -- and prospered -- under six presidential administrations Read More
  • House to approve Charter changes in January

    MANILA, Philippines — The House of Representatives intends to approve its proposed Charter change amendments, including the lifting of term limits and shift to federalism, in the next three months. “By Dec. 11, we will approve the proposed amendments in our Read More
  • First responder and land use in a federal PH

    THERE is not enough time left to get federalism out of the legislative maze. Despite the presence of several versions of the federalism proposal, the 18th Congress will not move in the direction of federalism. The Cabinet’s economic cluster is Read More
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  • Building a just and lasting peace

    PEACE-MAKERBy FORMER PHILIPPINE SPEAKER JOSE DE VENECIA(Remarks at the UPF Asia Pacific Summit 2019, November 18-20, 2019; Phnom Penh, Cambodia “Peace, Reconciliation, Interdependence, Mutual Prosperity and Universal Values”)Our UPF conference here in this great capital by the banks of Mekong Read More
  • House pursues shift to federal government

    MANILA, Philippines — The House of Representatives is pursuing the shift to a federal form of government that was proposed by the consultative committee headed by retired chief justice Reynato Puno and earlier approved by President Duterte and the previous Congress.The Read More
  • Not Rody’s cup of tea

    Any claims and attacks being made in relation to this matter are from the opposition and by interest groups that are against the socio-economic policies and reforms by this administration. As President Rodrigo Duterte lashed out against oligarchy and the Read More
  • Crony capital: How Duterte embraced the oligarchs

    President Rodrigo Duterte promised to destroy the Philippines' elite. Instead, he chose his own MANILA/DAVAO, Philippines -- The day Rodrigo Duterte became president, Roberto Ongpin was one of the Philippines' richest men. Ongpin had survived -- and prospered -- under six presidential administrations Read More
  • House to approve Charter changes in January

    MANILA, Philippines — The House of Representatives intends to approve its proposed Charter change amendments, including the lifting of term limits and shift to federalism, in the next three months. “By Dec. 11, we will approve the proposed amendments in our Read More
  • First responder and land use in a federal PH

    THERE is not enough time left to get federalism out of the legislative maze. Despite the presence of several versions of the federalism proposal, the 18th Congress will not move in the direction of federalism. The Cabinet’s economic cluster is Read More
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