By Christian V. Esguerra and Leila B. Salaverria
A day after asking senators to account for funds they had received from the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP), Malacañang rejected calls on Tuesday that it release its own list of 116 projects funded by the facility, which the Supreme Court last week declared unconstitutional.
By Christian V. Esguerra
, Jerome Aning
Smarting from the Supreme Court’s adverse ruling last week, Malacañang now wants senators to disclose where the enormous funds they had received from its purported economic stimulus package had gone to.
By TJ Burgonio
It’s likely Congress will tackle the draft law carving a new autonomous Bangsamoro region in southern Philippines in the next regular session.
By Maila Ager
Why is Justice Secretary Leila de Lima lawyering for Janet Lim-Napoles?
A bulk of the P100 billion allotted for rehabilitation and recovery efforts in Yolanda-hit areas has yet to be approved for release by the Office of the President, a joint congressional inquiry revealed.