By Gil Cabacungan
At least three House members have responded to calls to overhaul the country’s Anti-Hazing Law in the wake of another death resulting from fraternity violence, which they take as a sign of the law’s failure nearly two decades after its passage.
A lawmaker is seeking a congressional inquiry into the “mismanagement” of the Ninoy Aquino National Airport (Naia), which has been dubbed as the worst airport in the world.
A congressman on Wednesday called out a probe on the alleged dumping of rotten food aid intended for typhoon victims in Leyte.
By Joey A. Gabieta
Vice President Jejomar Binay has refused to be drawn into a word war with Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano, another probable presidential contender who had said that the economy would suffer if Binay were elected president in 2016.
By Leila B. Salaverria
No politicians, especially those with aspirations for higher office, should be appointed to head the Bureau of Customs (BOC), in order to protect the bureau from any intrigue that would hinder its task of going after smugglers, said Valenzuela Rep. Sherwin Gatchalian.