INQToday: Paolo Duterte says public servants ‘should not be onion-skinned’
Here’s a quick roundup of today’s top stories:
Davao City 1st District Representative Paolo Duterte urges public officials to refrain from being onion-skinned.
His call comes after fellow lawmaker ACT Teachers Representative France Castro filed a legal case against his father, former president Rodrigo Duterte.
An investigating team has been formed at the Department of Health (DOH) to check if gross negligence and incompetence made it possible for hackers to leak the personal information of members of the Philippine Health Insurance Corp. (PhilHealth).
Health Secretary Teodoro Herboso told reporters on Tuesday in an ambush interview in Malacañang that he formed the team as part of “due process.”
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) on Tuesday announced that the number coding scheme will be suspended October 30 (barangay / SK elections) and November 1 to 2 (All Saints and All Souls’ Day / Undas).
“Suspendido ‘yung number coding sa October 30 o sa araw ng halalan, November 1 at ganoon din po sa November 2,” said MMDA acting chairman Don Artes in an interview on PTV.