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about 3 months ago

The president's second SONA tackled a wide range of issues, from martial law to mining to the reimposition of death penalty.

about 3 months ago

During his second State of the Nation Address (SONA) on Monday, Duterte asked Congress to reimpose the death penalty on heinous crimes – "specifically on the trafficking of illegal drugs."

about 3 months ago

President Rodrigo Duterte defended the war on drugs and the declaration of martial law in Mindanao, as he warns erring mining companies, reveals his P3.8-trillion 2018 budget and plans to cut graft and corruption.

about 6 months ago

But the death penalty bills will have to take a backseat to give way for discussions on the impeachment complaint against President Rodrigo Duterte, the solon says.

about 6 months ago

One OFW was executed in Kuwait last January, the first in Duterte’s administration.

about 7 months ago

About 700 Catholic faithful and clergy members gathered for a "Penitential Walk for Life" on the streets of Manila early morning of Good Friday.

about 8 months ago

The Lower House just underwent a reorganization, when lawmakers who voted against the death penalty bill were stripped of their posts. House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez said the shakeup is not over yet.

about 8 months ago

House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez says there is already a list of replacements for the ousted committee chairpersons.

about 8 months ago

A deputy speaker and several committee chairmen were removed from their posts at the House of Representatives. This comes after they voted against the revival of the death penalty, or were absent during the voting.

about 8 months ago

According to House Majority Leader Rudy Fariñas, congressmen are in favor of taking away committee chairmanship from House leaders who voted against the death penalty bill.