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Cesar Bengzon was the Chief Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court from 1961 until his retirement in 1966. But that’s not his only claim to fame. In November 1966, Bengzon became the first-ever Filipino to be appointed to the International Court of Justice, ...
If passed, the proposed bill also aims to make it easier for solo parents to avail of the support and privileges.
Coming from the success of the passage of the Expanded Maternity Leave Act into law in 2019, a new bill seeks to amend the Solo Parents Welfare Act of 2000, widening its coverage and providing single parent more privileges.In enacted into law, ...
In support of the governmentâs efforts to reclaim public roads
We’ve seen road-clearing operations ramping up in the past few weeks following President Rodrigo Duterte’s orders to reclaim all public roads that are being used by private entities. In line with this, Senator Win Gatchalian recently requested the President to fast-track the ...
People might soon have to prove they have parking before they can buy cars.
Sometimes it feels as if Metro Manila has as many private cars as people: one look at EDSA during peak hours—since practically every hour is rush hour—is enough to understand why. In a bid to control the number of vehicles that congest ...
He wants offices to refrain from asking individuals to present newly-acquired birth certificates within the last six months.
A new bill filed by Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto seeks to give “lifetime validity” to birth certificates and mandates government agencies to accept a birth certificate regardless of when it was issued.According to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA), the birth ...
The Supreme Court's new app proves they're living in 3019, while we're still stuck in 2019.
Look, we know the Supreme Court is one of the oldest and most respected entities in our government, but that doesn't mean they don't know a thing or two about keeping up with millennials. The country's top judicial body recently left us ...
As of December 2018, there are 4,362 registered EVs in PH
To openly discuss the effects of hybrid electric vehicles in the Philippines, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) held the Toyota Hybrid Electric Technology Conference today, May 29, 2019. The conference aims to promote the adoption of hybrids as the future of local transportation.Among ...
The proposed "Safe Streets, Workplaces and Public Spaces Act" is now a law.
No matter what you say, catcalling or wolf-whistling in public is not "freedom of expression," and it's definitely "a sexual thing" and a form of sexual harassment. And now that the proposed Safe Streets, Workplaces and Public Spaces Act lapsed into law, offenders may face ...
The newly signed law is still subject to ratification through a plebiscite.
Once a part of Davao del Norte before being recognized as Compostela Valley, the province is once again subject to changing its name. Revealed to the media on May 23, President Rodrigo Duterte has signed into law a measure to rename Compostela ...
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