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Marcos to lead Department of Agriculture.
President-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. is taking the helm of the Department of Agriculture once he formally assumes office, citing the severity of the problems in the farm sector.Marcos Jr., who will begin his term on June 30, is the latest president to lead an ...
Back to basics?
It's happening. The country's 17th president will soon be sworn in. President-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong Marcos" Jr. is just days away from his inauguration at the National Museum in Manila City on June 30. And so far, he's created what seems to be a sound, ...
'We can move forward from there,' senator says.
Outgoing Sen. Francis Pangilinan said Tuesday he was "thankful" for the recent meetup of his wife Sharon Cuneta and fellow vice presidential contender Sen. Vicente "Tito" Sotto III, seeing it as an important first step towards reconciliation.Cuneta on Sunday posted photos of her meeting ...
In his Independence Day vlog.
President-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. on Sunday greeted the nation on the 124th anniversary of independence, as he discussed his platform in broad strokes -- freedom from the pandemic and from division.The 64-year-old, who will be sworn into office on June 30 as the 17th ...
What role will she play in the incoming administration?
Political scientist Clarita Carlos will soon sit as the National Security Adviser of president-elect Bongbong Marcos, putting her within earshot of the chief executive when it comes to defending the country from all kinds of threats.Carlos, who taught political science courses at the University of ...
What did they discuss exactly?
In just a few more weeks, Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. will take his oath as the next President of the Philippines. The inauguration will be held at the National Museum in Manila. Various world leaders have already reached out to him to ...
Under the proposed Programang Benteng Bigas sa Mamamayan or PBMM.
One of president-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr.'s biggest campaign promises was to bring down the price of rice from P39 per kilo to P20. Of course, this was originally met with criticism from agricultural advocacy groups and stakeholders, considering the increasing costs ...
Are they destined for Malacañang?
At noon on June 30, president-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. will take office as the Philippines' 17th chief executive and in the last 36 years since the restoration of the democracy, he is also the third child of a former president to lead the ...
It's actually well below the maximum expenditure.
After a landslide victory in which he received more than 31 million votes, President-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos, Jr. is set to have his oath-taking ceremony as the country's next president on June 30 at the National Museum.But before that, his party, Partido ...
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