Philippines suffered economic losses worth P464 billion early 2019 due to the delay in the enacted national budget for 2019. A lawmaker advised the Department… Read More »Philippines lost P464B due to delayed budget approval for 2019
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Australia warned India against using Huawei A delegation from Australia’s anti-cyberspionage body visited in New Delhi “explained in detail why high-risk vendors have been banned… Read More »India warned by Australian cyber officials against using Huawei
Lawmakers in the Philippines’ Senate and the House of Representatives filed bills allowing the President to choose his emergency successor in case of unforeseen circumstances.… Read More »‘Designated survivor’ bills in Philippine Congress allow President to pick emergency successor
‘Evil’ ex-mayor convicted for rape-slay in the Philippines is set for release, and citizens are upset
A former mayor in the Philippines who was convicted for rape and murder will soon be walking free. The Department of Justice announced that a… Read More »‘Evil’ ex-mayor convicted for rape-slay in the Philippines is set for release, and citizens are upset
Baguio City Rep. Mark Go has filed a House bill pushing for a compressed work week scheme. The bill seeks to reduce work days to… Read More »Philippine’s congress considers four-day workweek