Official Gazette of the Philippines online again
MANILA Philippines —The Official Gazette of the Philippines website has been fully restored after a lengthy outage.
After a Twitter user mentioned the site being down for two to three weeks, internet users started taking notice of its comeback.
The latest promulgations, judicial papers, republic acts, and official government documents are all published in the Official Gazette, a substantial long-term source of information for the Republic of the Philippines.
The public can get up-to-date information and resources after the website is fixed.
Just so everyone knows, the Official Gazette of the the Republic of the Philippines website has been down for around 2-3 weeks now.
Just so you know.
— Kristoffer Pasion (@indiohistorian) February 8, 2023
Guys ilang linggo na down ang Official Gazette. I have a feeling na binabago na nila laman or may ginagawang historical distortion and revisionism. :/
— Paolo Miguel (Rhythm Nation 1814 era) (@paoloquimbo) February 3, 2023
Official Gazette still down as of today. 🤔🤔🤔 pic.twitter.com/8LW5ufyApV
— Gabe_S (@gabe_sant) February 5, 2023
Why is the official gazette down 💀
— Tino 🌾 #DeclareEducCrisis (@PalafoxTino_) February 2, 2023
Is it just me or… the Official Gazette of the Philippines cannot be accessed talaga? Is it down or is it just my connection
— akifumichangg ⚖️ (@akifumitianhou) February 5, 2023
down ba yung website ng official gazette of the Philippines?
— elwyn (@wadupels) February 1, 2023
official gazette is down 😪
— alec (@yurishiizu_) February 1, 2023
Malacañang has not responded to INQUIRER.net’s request for comment or explanation on the system downtime.
Netizens are especially upset over the website’s sporadic access and fear the gazette’s content will be changed dramatically.
— Vance Chan, trainee