By Marlon Ramos
Former Justice Secretary Agnes Devanadera, who is standing trial for graft and malversation, has asked the Sandiganbayan to allow her to leave the country to accompany her daughter who is to undergo training in cyber-crime detection and control in India.
Benguet Gov. Nestor Fongwan has been accused of falsifying his passport documents to hide his Chinese nationality.
By Christine O. Avendaño
Vice President Jejomar Binay appears to be moving to cut his ties with President Aquino as he slams for the first time the latter’s controversial decisions, like allowing the Disbursement Acceleration Program that the Supreme Court has declared unconstitutional.
By Tetch Torres-Tupas
The Supreme Court has ordered the Sandiganbayan to comment on the petition filed by Senator Juan Ponce Enrile questioning the 90 day suspension order imposed against him.
The parents-teachers association (PTA) of Bayambang Central School (BCS) here filed a complaint of graft against the school’s principal in the Office of the Ombudsman after the official supposedly collected graduation fees from students and asked ambulant vendors around the school to pay rental.