Nagiging personalan na ang away ng ilang senador. Nagkasagutan kanina sa sesyon sina Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile at Minority Leader Alan Peter Cayetano. Live, mula sa Senado, nagpa-Patrol, Ryan Chua. TV Patrol, Enero 23, 2013, Miyerkules
MANILA - The Philippines is doing a “David” in fighting China over its claims in the West Philippine Sea, and the move to bring the dispute to international arbitration might put the country on equal footing with the “Goliath” that is China, and may even lead to a diplomatic victory.
Naging daan ang mga kamag-anak ng mga biktima ng investment scam para madakip si Manuel Amalilio sa Malaysia. Kinakausap na umano ng ilang biktima si Amalilio noon pang Nobyembre sa pag-asang magkakaaregluhan sila. Nagpa-Patrol si Niko Baua. TV Patrol, Enero 23, 2013, Miyerkules
Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile apologized for the “fracas” that occurred on the Senate floor following the privilege speech of Senator Alan Peter Cayetano on Wednesday.
MANILA – Senate Minority Leader Alan Peter Cayetano on Wednesday again called for an independent audit of the Senate’s finances amid a continuing word war between Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile and his critics in the upper house.
MANILA - Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile’s blood pressure supposedly rose to 180/100 following a verbal clash with Senator Alan Peter Cayetano late Wednesday afternoon, according to Enrile's ally Senator Jinggoy Estrada.
MANILA – The lead convenor of civil society group Social Watch Philippines, Leonor Magtolis Briones, said the Philippines is still lagging behind in achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDG).
MANILA, Philippines – A word war between Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile and Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano went “down to the gutter” after Enrile said Cayetano’s father, the late Sen. Rene Cayetano, still owed him P37 million.
MANILA -- Eastern Samar Representative and House committee on public information chairman Ben Evardone on Wednesday said one of the reasons why the Freedom of Information (FOI) bill has yet to be passed is because some lawmakers fear it may be abused.
MANILA - Call a spade a spade, that’s what Minority Leader Alan Peter Cayetano wants from Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile. And that’s probably what the latter wants, too.