• 06 July 2015
MANILA, July 6 -- The three branches of government have come together to present before the  Arbitral Tribunal in the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, Netherlands the Philippine’s case  against China’s excessive claims in the West Philippine Sea. The delegation is composed of representative from the executive, legislative and judiciary, Presidential Communications Secretary Sonny Coloma said in a radio interview Sunday over state-run dzRB Radyo ng Bayan. “Nagkakaisa ang tatlong sangay ng pamahalaan – Ehekutibo, Lehislatura at Hudikatura – sa pagpapakita ng konkretong pagsuporta sa posisyon ng Republika hinggil sa West Philippine Sea,” Coloma said. “Pormal na bubuksan na sa The Hague, Netherlands ang pagdinig ng Permanent Court of Arbitration sa petisyong inihain ng Pilipinas upang maresolba ang mga maritime entitlement issues na sakop ng United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea o UNCLOS.” “Namumuno sa delegasyon si Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa para sa Ehekutibo, sina Senate President Franklin Drilon at House Speaker Feliciano Belmonte para sa Lehislatura at sina Supreme Court Justices Antonio Carpio at Francis Jardeleza para sa Hudikat ...Read more

Malacañang suspends work in government offices, classes in National Capital Region

 CENTRAL  06 July 2015
MANILA, July 6 --  The Palace on Monday afternoon issued Memorandum Circular No. 77, suspending work in all government offices and classes in all levels, both public and private, in the National Capital Region. The suspension was made upon the recommendation of the National Disaster Risk Reduction ...Read more

DSWD disaster teams ready to assist LGUs in ‘Egay’s’ path

 CENTRAL  06 July 2015
QUEZON CITY, July 6 --  The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in Regions I, II, and III and the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) have 100,125 family food packs available at the Field Offices  ready for distribution to local government units along the path of Tropical Storm ...Read more
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