• 04 May 2015
MANILA, May 4 --  Malacanang is hopeful  that both the Senate and the House of Representatives will consider passing  Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL)  into law.The Senate  will  resumes its discussion on the BBL this week,   "Umaasa po ang ating pamahalaan sa pangunguna ng Pangulo na bibigyang daan o aaprubahan ng magkabilang sangay ng lehislatura—ang Camara de Representantes at ang Senado—ang inihain na draft Bangsamoro Basic Law," said Presidential Communications Operations Office Secretary Herminio Coloma, Jr., in an interview with dzRB Radyo ng Bayan.  "Dahil ito po ay magsisilbing susi sa pagpapatuloy at buong kaganapan ng itinataguyod po nating prosesong pangkapayapaan na magdudulot ng maraming benepisyo at pangmatagalang pag-unlad at pagbuti ng kabuhayan ng ating mga kababayan sa Kamindanawan," he added. Coloma said that the Palace has high expectations that Congress will listen to the emerging public sentiment that favors the enactment of the Bangsamoro Basic Law. When asked what if the lawmakers amend some provisions in the BBL, Coloma said they will respect it as it is part the legislative process. "Ang panawagan lang po ng Pangulo ay panatilihin ang buod ...Read more

Palace lauds Manny Pacquiao despite losing to Floyd Mayweather, Jr.

 CENTRAL  04 May 2015
MANILA, May 4 -- The Palace on Sunday lauded Manny Pacquiao despite losing the Welterweight belt to American boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr., in a boxing match in Las Vegas, Nevada. "Filipinos can hold their heads up high: our national pride, Congressman Manny Pacquiao, did us all proud when he stood h ...Read more

Tagum City Mayor assures peace and order during Palaro

 CENTRAL  04 May 2015
TAGUM CITY, May 4  -- With the official kick-off of the 2015 Palarong Pambansa, Tagum City Mayor Allan Rellon assured that peace and order are among the areas that the local government is prioritizing in hosting this year's national sporting event. The Tagum City Government  in a statement sa ...Read more
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