MULTIMEDIA Mark Demayo, ABS-CBN News Posted at May 24 2019 08:27 PM Members of various sectoral groups protest the continued imposition of martial law in Mindanao, demanding an end to it 2 years after its declaration. Demonstrators hit the Duterte-approved extension of military rule on the island, saying it has no bearing in redevelopment plans and alleging its only purpose is to foment violence in the region. /sports/05/24/19/pvl-myla-pablo-motolite-believe-youth-will-energize-team-debut-campaign/news/05/24/19/smuggler-dadami-sa-dagdag-buwis-sa-yosi-kompanya/news/05/24/19/matapos-ma-ospital-bikoy-nagpiyansa-sa-mga-kasong-estafa/news/05/24/19/banta-sa-artistic-freedom-hirit-ng-pdea-sa-kanta-ni-shanti-dope-inalmahan/news/05/24/19/palace-says-trash-from-hong-kong-to-be-shipped-back … [Read more...] about News Protesting martial law in Mindanao
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The Philippine National Police - Counter Intelligence Task Force (PNP-CITF) has arrested two police personnel stationed at Wao Municipal Police Station in an entrapment operation in Lanao del Sur province. CITF commander Police Colonel Romeo Caramat identified the suspects as Police Staff Sergeant Jeffrey Romero Fabros and Police Master Sergeant Erwin Piquero who were both caught in act of receiving the P50,000 marked money from a complainant. Caramat said the complainant, Laut Madale, went to PNP-CITF to report the suspects who demanded P200,000 in order to downgrade the case of his son who was arrested for illegal possession of firearms last May 17, 2019. The complainant said the police raided their house in Wao, Lanao del Sur without a search warrant and recovered one cal. 45 pistol. Caramat said the complainant initially paid P100,000 when Ibrahim was allowed to leave prison. After bail was posted, the suspects allegedly demanded the remaining balance which after … [Read more...] about News 2 cops arrested in Lanao del Sur for extortion
MANILA - He is credited as the architect of martial law during the Marcos years, joined the 1986 "People Power" revolt, was elected senator and congressman for several terms and was freed on bail despite a pending plunder case. But at 95, Juan Ponce Enrile may have come up short in his attempt to revive his political fortunes. Enrile, who is running under the Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino (PMP), was 22nd in the senatorial race with 5,083,447 votes, with 92.89 percent of the votes tallied as of 5:20 a.m. "This is my last. I will not run again. This is the last," the nonagenarian candidate had said in an interview with ABS-CBN News during the campaign. His co-accused in the multibillion-peso Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) - former Senators Jinggoy Estrada and Bong Revilla - were faring better in the Senate race, as of posting. Comelec results showed that Revilla, with 13,909,105 votes, was inside the winning circle or the so-called "Magic 12", while … [Read more...] about News Midterm polls, Senate bet Enrile’s swan song?
Watch more in iWant or TFC.tv Isa sa obra ng kilalang maestro na si Claude Monet ang tinawag niyang "Water Lily Pond" noong 1899. Noong 2010, ibinenta ito ni Vilma Bautista, na naging sekretarya ni Imelda Marcos noong martial law sa London, sa halagang $32 milyon. Pero nasabat ito ng mga awtoridad at sinentensiyahan si Bautista na makulong dahil sa ilegal umanong pagbenta nito. Ang naturang obra ay isa lang sa multi-million dollar na halaga ng paintings na umano ay bahagi ng tagong yaman ng mga Marcos. Pero hindi lahat ng ito ay mapupunta sa mga biktima ng martial law. Sa katunayan, gusto ni Solicitor General Jose Calida na mapunta lahat sa gobyerno ang $13.75 milyon o higit P800 milyon na pinagbilhan ng painting. Tinutulan ng mga biktima ng martial law ang hirit ni Calida. "Ang ine-expect mo sa gobyerno mo, siya pa ang tutulong sa iyo, dahil mga biktima kayo, para ipaglaban ang inyong karapatan," anang martial law victim na si Neri Colmenares. "Ngayon baligtad, doon pa sa mga Marcoses … [Read more...] about News P800-M pinagtatalunan ng martial law victims at gobyerno
BACOLOD -- Voters from the Negros provinces who opposed the dictatorship of the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos can turn the tide in favor of the opposition's Senate slate, Vice President Leni Robredo said Monday. "Kung titingnan natin historically, ang Negros at Bacolod parating sa tama naninindigan," Robredo said at a campaign rally for Otso Diretso, 2 weeks before the May 13 vote. "Nakita natin 'to noong panahon ng diktaduryang Marcos. Nakikita natin sa matitinding laban, 'yung Negros talaga ang pushback malakas,” Robredo said. (If we look at it historically, Negros and Bacolod always sided with the good. We saw this during the Marcos dictatorship. We see that in tough fights, the Negros pushback is always strong.) Negros Occidental has the 6th highest number of voters among provinces at 1.89 million. During the last years of the Marcos dictatorship, malnourished children dubbed "Batang Negros" caught international attention. The province was also the site of … [Read more...] about News Robredo banks on Negros voters who opposed Marcos regime