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Lawmakers asked to probe construction of US bases in Palawan

Lawmakers asked to probe construction of US bases in Palawan 

 MANILA, Philippines – Palawan fishermen identified with the activist fisherfolk alliance Pambansang Lakas ng Kilusang Mamamalakaya ng Pilipinas (Pamalakaya) on Thursday appealed to lawmakers to conduct an investigation on the alleged construction of a mini-naval  base in Oyster Bay in Palawan.   1,224 more words

President Noynoy Aquino

A Bad Reflection

Editorial

The latest tirade of Senator Serge Osmeña III thrown against The Philippine President and his cabinet does not bode well of his stature as senator. 263 more words

Philippines

CROCODILE, PIG ARE FILIPINOS' TOP CHOICES TO REPLACE THEIR NATIONAL SYMBOL

Manila, Philippines – Last month, The Adobo Chronicles reported that Philippine Senator Vicente “Tito” Sotto III proposed to replace the country’s national symbol from the Philippine Eagle to the Tiger, consistent with economic forecasts that the Philippines is now considered the new “Asian Tiger.” Well, it turned out that Sotto’s proposal received lukewarm reception among his colleagues in the Senate as well as from the Filipino people. 239 more words

International

OSCAR-WINNING SONG 'LET IT GO' CLIMBS TO NO. 1 IN PHILIPPINE MUSIC CHARTS

Manila, Philippines – “Let It Go,” the Oscar award-winning best song from the Disney animated film, “Frozen” shot up to number one in the music charts in the Philippines, and this happened in less than 24 hours. 217 more words

International

PHILIPPINE SENATORS COME TO THE DEFENSE OF FILIPINO AMERICAN OSCAR WINNER ROBERT LOPEZ

Manila, Philippines – Three top Philippine senators came to the defense of Filipino American Robert Lopez who just bagged an Oscar award as co-composer of the song “Let It Go,” from the Disney animated film, “Frozen.”  By winning the Oscar, Lopez joins an elite few who have won in all of the top and prestigious American awards such as the Emmy, the Grammy, the Oscar and the Tony, more popularly know in the entertainment world as “EGOT.” 190 more words

International

The  Problem  of   Legislation  in  the  Philippines

By  Apolinario   Villalobos

 

There  is  a  move  by  Philippine  Congress  to  amend   a  particular   section  of   Constitution   to   accommodate  the  government ‘s   effort   in   enticing   foreign  investors   in   the   Philippines.   180 more words