Showing posts from November 12, 2018

Government take over plans at PALECO facilities in Palawan, supported

The Committee on Energy Chairman Senator Sherwin Gatchalian has supported the government's plan to take over Palawan Electric Cooperative or PALECO. This is a statement by Gatchalian, after President Rodrigo Duterte threatened to take over PALECO when it continues until the end of the year the blackout or loss of power supply in Palawan. According to Gatchalian, August 2017, he has made a dialogue between PALECO, other stakeholders and affected by the supply of electricity in Palawan. Gatchalian said that in 2017, PALECO has always plagued the problem with the supply of electricity but is still committed to hearing them and still has no action. Gatchalian asserted that the National Electrification Administration (NEA) has taken control of PALECO to provide enough supply of electricity to the Palawan areas covered by its operations.

PNP, will resume the arrest of former First Lady Imelda Marcos

The arrest of former first lady Imelda Marcos continues. This is what PNP Spokesperson Police Chief Supt. Benigno Durana in the face of a misunderstanding in the recent statement issued by PNP Chief Police Director General Oscar Albayalde. In the news reports, PNP Chief Albayalde said that Mrs. Marcos will no longer be arrested for her old age and yet. According to Durana, the misunderstanding of the statement by the PNP Chief, he said they were ready to arrest the former first lady but the manner or manner of arresting the maid was here to consider their consideration. Until then, PNP's warrant of arrest has not been filed yet, however, as they are prepared. Albayalde has earlier said that the PNP CIDG will lead the arrest of former first lady Marcos. He said his custodial center is also ready to be custody in Camp Crame.

Jimmy Butler is now a member of the Philadelphia 76ers, Carmelo Anthony is looking for a new team

From being T-Wolf, Jimmy Butler is Sixers! The all-star guard was formally traded in Philadelphia in exchange for Jerryd Bayless, Robert Covington, Dario Saric and a 2022 second round draft pick. Butler also moved to the Sixers with Justin Patton. Philadelphia was thrilled with the arrival of Butler on the team. According to managing partner David Blitzer Butler can greatly help in the dream of Sixers to recapture the NBA. Meanwhile, the all-star forward Carmelo Anthony is looking for a new team. Even though the Houston Rockets had no official statement on Anthony's status on the team, these reports were released by the Rockets.

LTFRB appealed to Return the P8 of minimum jeepney fare

The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) appealed to the United Filipino Consumers & Commuters to return the minimum cost of the jeep to ₱ 8.00. In a letter, LTFRB Chairman Martin Delgra III and board members urged Ronald Corpus and Atty. Aileen Lizada will discuss the above-mentioned fare approval. The group's rationale - five weeks after the oil company's bigtime rollback rolled oil prices and its experts said it would be followed. But today, the Alliance of Concerned Transport Organization (ACTO) opposes the petition of the commuter group. ACTO President Efren De Luna says - it is futile to recover the fare because LTFRB has made a permanent decision. De Luna - they have long fought too much for fuel traffic, oil prices and spare parts and enforcing excise taxes, E-VAT and fare discounts. Lizada, meanwhile, also requested a special board meeting, which had earlier filed a dissenting opinion on a fare hike to discuss the decision of

Senator Win Gatchalian orders DepEd to review the K-12 program

Senator Win Gatchalian insisted on the Department of Education or DepEd to review the K-12 program in the second year of implementation. According to Gatchalian, it is important to adjust the K-12 curriculum program to ensure that graduates will find employment soon enough. Gatchalian urged DepEd to work on the survey results conducted by Jobstreet Philippines in April that only 24-percent of Philippine employers are open to the K-12 Completion Program. As chairman of the Senate Sub-Committee on Education Reform, Gatchalian also plans to conduct a hearing on the education system in the country. Gatchalian's second hearing target is to know the reason why the number of graduates of the K-12 program is getting a job.