Senate suspends work Tuesday

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Senate of the Philippines. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines—Work at the Senate was  again suspended on Tuesday due to bad  weather.

“To Senate employees: Work today, August 20, has been suspended due to the inclement weather. Please stay safe and let’s hope for a better weather,” Senate President Franklin Drilon said on his Twitter account.

Earlier on Monday, the Senate suspended its work as tropical storm Maring-induced southwest monsoon rains continued to pummel Metro Manila, causing floods in many parts of the metropolis.

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