The camp of Vice President Jejomar Binay has adopted a new tack—offense is the best defense—amid the sharp decline in his public satisfaction and trust ratings apparently as a result of allegations that he pocketed huge kickbacks from city projects when he was mayor of Makati.
By Christine O. Avendaño
, Gil C. Cabacungan
Vice President Jejomar Binay on Sunday said he would cooperate with the Department of Justice in the investigation of allegations of corruption against him depending on what kind of inquiry the agency would do.
A Liberal Party stalwart on Friday chided United Nationalist Alliance spokesperson Toby Tiangco for dragging Interior Secretary Mar Roxas into the MRT issue.
By Frances Mangosing
Amid the distinct dip in Vice President Jejomar Binay’s presidential voter preference rating, his camp was relieved that the decline was not as big as they had expected.
By DJ Yap
Liberal Party (LP) members got the biggest chunks of funds from the controversial Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) as a natural consequence of their numbers, according to the party’s acting president, Transportation Secretary Joseph Emilio Abaya.