Archive for the ‘General’ Category

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...

Text and Photos by DAVINCI S. MARU THIRTY years after the EDSA People Power revolt of 1986, protest marches linger. The protesters hurling often sharp and bitter critique of the myriad reforms that many had expected would follow the fall of the Marcos...

December 24, 2015 | In: General

Season’s Greetings!

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Reprinted from The Manila Times. - THIS has reference to the article written by Ms. Malou Mangahas, and Misters Fernando Cabigao and Vino Lucero entitled, “Tesda’s Billions: Rules don’t apply in PDAF-funded seminars” published in your paper...

September 15, 2015 | In: General

OVP’s reply to PCIJ

TODAY we start running a series of PCIJ reports on the unyielding saga of pork and corruption, seemingly the eternal scourge of government and politics in the Philippines. On Nov.19, 2013, the Supreme Court, voting 14-0 with one abstention, declared...