Archive for the ‘Governance’ Category

AN ONLINE tug 'o war on pending right of reply bills has been launched by the House of Representatives. The online poll posits this question: "Do you agree that a 'right of reply' provision must be incorporated in the proposed FOI statute?" Agree?...

By Charmaine P. Lirio TO SHARE or not to share -- that's a question that arguably shouldn’t even come up whenever the Supreme Court is asked for the Statements of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth (SALN) of its members and the rest of the judiciary....

IT IS A BUDGET decked with pork before and huge lump-sum or special purpose funds to this day. Many citizens are wont to believe that the budget is a document that hides more than it reveals. Yet still, in terms of the simple availability of budget...

From the PCIJ Files: SENATORS ALAN PETER CAYETANO, AQUILINO PIMENTEL III, AND ANTONIO TRILLANES IV IN THIS series, we share with you PCIJ's databases on the wealth, campaign contributions and spending, and social network of elected government...

From the PCIJ Files: VICE-PRESIDENT JEJOMAR C. BINAY IN THIS series, we will share with you PCIJ's databases on the wealth, campaign contributions and spending, and social network of elected government officials of the...

What is the Uncovering Asia conference? UNCOVERING ASIA is the first Asian investigative journalism conference. The event will bring together top investigative reporters, data journalists, and media law and security experts from across Asia and around...

Freeze-framing not acceptable, junk the bill now, photogs call on Rodriguez CONGRESSMAN Rufus Rodriguez may have withdrawn his support for his controversial "anti-selfie" bill but photographers in the Philippine capital are no convinced that the bill...