By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat perspective While the public’s attention is being directed toward the debate over the constitutionality of the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law, the House of Representatives has been fast-tracking a resolution to remove or render inutile provisions in the 1987 Constitution that protect national patrimony. In an Interaksyon.com article dated May 27, 2015…
Day: May 28, 2015
Some survivors said there were victims who were so consumed by fire they just became part of the “debris” that were cleaned out and disposed of in sacks by a crew of “rescue” workers from the city government and firefighters.
For Suprimo Lugana, 19 years old, working at Kentex was just one among a series of non-permanent jobs he had had in his young life; little did he know that it would be his last.
“The government could not even provide a well-ventilated venue for the training of teachers.”
“The Calago couple was brutally murdered. Whoever perpetrated this heinous crime intended to kill them in the most brutal manner to inflict harm and sow terror.”
MANILA – A historic collective negotiation agreement (CNA) was signed between the Alliance of Concerned Teachers-National Capital Region (ACT-NCR) Union and the Department of Education-NCR on May 26. ACT Teachers partylist Rep. Antonio Tinio, who was present during the signing, hailed the agreement. “I salute the thousands of NCR public school teachers who said ‘yes’…
Some Lumad schools may not be able to start classes on June 1, with soldiers encamped in the area.
“We stand firm that we are regular employees, and employees don’t issue acknowledgement receipts to get their salaries.”