President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. was inaugurated at the National Museum of the Philippines on Thursday, June 30.  Here are the VIP guests, who occupied the main stage in front of the historic building.

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President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr was sworn in as president amid multiple crises resulting from the coronavirus pandemic. PCIJ tracked promises he made in his inaugural address.

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The last of Duterte’s publicly available SALN was released in 2018. The Office of the Ombudsman has not released his asset records since. 

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We call on everyone, not just journalists and members of the media, to stand in solidarity with Bulatlat and Pinoy Weekly, which, in the many years of their existence and in the best traditions of journalism, have demonstrated their commitment to provide alternative news and views to allow a faithful accounting of the state of the nation. 

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3 PCIJ investigative reports won honorable mentions at the Society of Publishers in Asia 2022 Awards. Another report received honors in several U.S. journalism awards.

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President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr was sworn in as president amid multiple crises resulting from the coronavirus pandemic. PCIJ tracked promises he made in his inaugural address.

The last of Duterte’s publicly available SALN was released in 2018. The Office of the Ombudsman has not released his asset records since. 

We call on everyone, not just journalists and members of the media, to stand in solidarity with Bulatlat and Pinoy Weekly, which, in the many years of their existence and in the best traditions of journalism, have demonstrated their commitment to provide alternative news and views to allow a faithful accounting of the state of the nation. 

3 PCIJ investigative reports won honorable mentions at the Society of Publishers in Asia 2022 Awards. Another report received honors in several U.S. journalism awards.

Anti-tobacco groups flag cozy ties between tobacco companies and Philippine lawmakers as a ‘harmful’ measure making e-cigarettes more accessible to Filipinos hurdle the legislative mill amid the pandemic. Chavit Singson says there’s a simple explanation — lobby money.