Lacson urges Duterte: Veto ‘pork insertions’ in 2019 budget

“Lawmakers are incorrigibly insatiable and beyond redemption” Senator Panfilo Lacson on Tuesday called on President Rodrigo Duterte to use his line-item veto power to remove the alleged “pork” insertions of lawmakers in the proposed 2019 national budget. “Mr. President, you … Continue reading Lacson urges Duterte: Veto ‘pork insertions’ in 2019 budget

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COA: ROXAS HAS P7-BILLION UNLIQUADATED CASH ADVANCE

2016 election presidential candidate Manuel ” Mar” Roxas II has about  P7-billion in unliquidated cash advances when he was the Secretary of  the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), according to the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA). Roxas, the candidate … Continue reading COA: ROXAS HAS P7-BILLION UNLIQUADATED CASH ADVANCE

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ANDAYA: ALVAREZ ALSO GOT BIGGEST PIE IN 2017, 2018 ANNUAL BUDGETS

House to continue probe on budget ‘irregularities’ As the sitting Speaker of the House of Representatives, Davao del Norte First District Rep. Pantaleon Alvarez also got the biggest pie among congressmen of funds for government projects under the annual budgets … Continue reading ANDAYA: ALVAREZ ALSO GOT BIGGEST PIE IN 2017, 2018 ANNUAL BUDGETS

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ALVAREZ GOT P5 BILLION IN 2019 NATIONAL BUDGET

Former Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez allocated himself with PHP5 billion in government projects in the PHP3.757-trillion proposed national budget for 2019. Alvarez’s closest allies, former Majority Leader Rodolfo Farinas was allocated PHP3.5 billion, while former Chairman of the House Committee on … Continue reading ALVAREZ GOT P5 BILLION IN 2019 NATIONAL BUDGET

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Rap vs. Lapeña show no ‘sacred cows’ in fight against corruption

The graft and corruption complaint filed against former Bureau of Customs (BOC) Commissioner Isidro Lapeña is proof that no one is spared in the Duterte administration’s fight against corruption, Malacañang said on Tuesday. Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo made this remark … Continue reading Rap vs. Lapeña show no ‘sacred cows’ in fight against corruption

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