By Nikko Dizon
They are now disillusioned with President Benigno Aquino and wondering about his “daang matuwid.” Members of religious and civil society groups that had rallied against former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo said this was how they now felt toward Mr. Aquino.
By Cynthia D. Balana
Whistleblower Rodolfo Noel “Jun” Lozada and his brother Jose Orlando should be made to pay over half a million pesos in unliquidated cash advances they incurred when they were still officials of the state-owned Philippine Forest Corporation (Philforest), according to a 2011 Commission on Audit (COA) report.
By Cynthia D. Balana
In a strange twist of fate, self-styled whistleblower Jun Lozada on Wednesday appeared as a witness and an accused in two graft cases in the same Sandiganbayan division.
By Michael Lim Ubac
, Norman Bordadora
Malacañang is providing security for whistle-blower Rodolfo Lozada Jr. but it cannot assure him of immunity from legal processes, a Palace spokesperson said yesterday.
By Norman Bordadora
The Aquino administration has failed to protect whistle-blower Rodolfo “Jun” Lozada from a supposed harassment suit brought against him by the Arroyo regime, Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano said on Friday.
By Christine O. Avendaño
Six armed men in civilian clothes went looking for whistle-blower Rodolfo “Jun” Lozada in his house in Pasig City on Saturday and Monday.
The Ombudsman has dismissed with finality the bid of Rodolfo “Jun” Lozada Jr. to have the graft charges against him dropped, ruling that the whistle-blower had failed to present new evidence that could reverse its ruling.
By Gil Cabacungan
The Sandiganbayan, in a display of charitableness, granted Tuesday the petitions separately brought before it by three prominent accused, including former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.
Whistle-blower Rodolfo “Jun” Lozada on Friday welcomed the filing of graft cases against him at the Sandiganbayan as an opportunity to shed light on the allegedly anomalous NBN-ZTE deal during the Arroyo administration.
Rodolfo “Jun” Lozada, the whistle-blower in the allegedly irregular NBN-ZTE deal during the Arroyo administration has himself been charged with two cases of graft in the Sandiganbayan for allegedly corrupt practices while he was president and chief executive officer of the state-owned Philippine Forest Corp. (PFC) in 2007 and 2008.
By TJ Burgonio
Witness Rodolfo “Jun” Lozada Jr. is heartened that the “masterminds” of the overpriced $329-million National Broadband Network (NBN) deal with China’s ZTE Corp. have been brought to court for trial and said he is ready to testify against them.