Archive for the ‘General’ Category

By Vino Lucero WEEKS after balloting day last May 9, the campaign posters and stickers of some candidates remain, a clutter of messy memories on the walls, lamp posts, and electric wires of the city. A photo-walk session over the weekend on the...

Here's the full statement of the Free Legal Assistance Group (FLAG) in response to the proposition of president-elect Rodrigo Duterte to reimpose death penalty and adapt a "shoot-to-kill"policy in his war against...

By Davinci S. Maru MILLIONS of Filipino voters cast their ballots today to elect a new president and 18,000 other elective positions. These are scenes from the voting day in Batasan Hills, Quezon...

By Jake Crisologo THEY WISH to lead the nation but refuse to comply even with the most basic rules: Report to the Commission on Elections how much money they raised and spent in their campaign for public office, one month after election day. In fact,...

By Malou Mangahas SEN. GRACE POE released this morning, May 4, a copy of her Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth (SALN) for 2015 in which she declared a net worth of P89,118,760.02, a slight decrease from the P89.46 million enrolled in her...

In the village of San Pedro Cutud in San Fernando, Pampanga, penitents imitate the suffering of Jesus Christ as part of the annual observance of the Holy Week. Watch why devotees volunteer to be whipped, tied, and nailed to the cross and learn why this...

PCIJ invites you to a public forum dubbed "Pera, Pulitika, Eleksyon 2016" featuring a summary of PCIJ's findings on political ads, pre-campaign and campaign period, month 1. We have invited Commissioner Christian Robert S. Lim, head of the Campaign...