On Scarborough Shoal and Benham Rise Issues: A Reevaluation of Status Quo the Philippines Should Take Into

On Scarborough Shoal and Benham Rise Issues: A Reevaluation of Status Quo the Philippines Should Take Into

It isn’t one or two times that the Philippines encountered disputes on territory and sovereignty issue between and among neighbors in the South China Sea (West Philippine Sea). With the Philippines’ strategic coordinates of 12.8797° N latitude, 121.7740° E longitude, her unique and advancing positioning in the Pacific is considered to be the most sought-after target in leveraging—for both military and economic advancement.

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UP College of Law Releases the First 200 LAE Passers

UP College of Law Releases the first 200 LAE passers for the school year 2017-2018.

The UP College of Law (Image: By Ramon FVelasquez – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0)

The University of the Philippines College of Law releases the first 200 LAE (Law Aptitude Examination) passers qualified for the college admission for the school year 2017–2018.

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President Duterte on Topping 2017 TIME 100 On-going Voting: Notoriety Is the New Influence?

President Duterte on Topping 2017 TIME 100 On-going Voting: Notoriety Is the New Influence?

(From extreme left to right) China’s Xi Jinping, Russia’s Vladimir Putin, PH Pres. Duterte, and the U.S. Pres. Trump. President Duterte, so far, leads them all on the 2017 TIME 100 polls.

He was that dead serious when he retorted by asking, “How’s your wife’s vagina?” to a media reporter asking him about his health.

He was that dead tactless when he called Pope Francis and the former US President Barack Obama “son of a whore”.

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Why President Duterte, VP Robredo Are Highly Likely Convicted of Impeachment Charges?

Why President Duterte, VP Robredo Are Highly Likely Convicted of Impeachment Charges?

An impeachment complaint against President Rodrigo Duterte (left) has already filed by a Magdalo Representative. On the other hand, House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez mulled an impeachment complaint against VP Robredo (right) following the latter’s recorded speech for the UN forum that allegedly debases the country in toto.

Only by impeachment that public officials such as the president, vice president, the members of the Supreme Court, the members of the Constitutional Commissions, and the ombudsman can be removed from office following the conviction of the following grounds: culpable violation of the Constitution; treason; bribery; graft and corruption; other high crimes or betrayal of public trust.

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DepEd: No Mandatory Fees in All Public Schools

DepEd: No Mandatory Fees in All Public Schools

The school year-end is quite near. Yet, most parents with kids in public schools are, perhaps, reluctant to feel any celebration. Exorbitant school fees from left and right need to fix. Dues and bills need some help; other expenses may need some rescheduling. The Department of Education or DepEd reminded public schools heads or personnel that:

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