Two officials of Basilan province have renewed their support to further the peace initiatives as they assumed office on Thursday, June 30.
Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr on Thursday praised his dictator father’s rule after being sworn in as the country’s new leader, completing a decades-long effort to restore the clan to the country’s highest office.
The official candidate for mayor in Cotabato City of the fledgling political party of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) who won on May 9 elections assumed office on Thursday, June 30.
Decades after fleeing the Philippines with bags and boxes stuffed with jewels, gold and cash, former first lady Imelda Marcos has achieved her ultimate ambition: her son winning the presidency.
Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., was officially declared on Wednesday, May 25, as the next president garnering 31 million votes in the 2022 national presidential elections while presidential daughter and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte also won as vice president with 32 million votes.
An environmental watchdog group emphasized the importance of enforcing the country’s law on ecological solid waste management (ESWM) to prevent dengue cases from spiraling with the onset of the rainy season.
Moro leaders are certain of more peace and development projects soon in Muslim areas in North Cotabato under a new governor who supported the crafting of the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL).
Environment lost big-time during the recently-concluded elections in Zamboanga Sibugay as candidates failed to present programs how to address the climate change.
People milled around the commercial center of Ipil, the capital town of Zamboanga Sibugay, a day after May 9 national and local elections on a spending spree after some windfall from political candidates vying for the different posts.