• Covid-19 in the Bangsamoro (Part 1 of 2)

    The concentration of Covid-19 cases in Metro Manila and surrounding regions means the pandemic response might be uneven across the country. But places like the Bangsamoro autonomous region need extra resources to control the outbreak, and ill-conceived programs aren’t helping.

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  • ‘Day of Defiance’ ng magsasaka sa Mendiola, naningil kay Duterte

    Isang 'Hukumang Magbubukid' ang kanilang isinagawa kung saan hinatulan nilang "guilty" si Duterte dahil sa anila'y kriminal na kapabayaan at pasismo. Kinondena nila ang Rice Tarrification Law at pagpaslang sa halos 300 mga magsasaka sa ilalim ng administrasyong Duterte. (Bidyo ni Joseph Cuevas/Kodao)

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  • ‘Rouge Gallery’: Men wear red lipstick vs red-tagging

    Men took up actor Angel Locsin’s challenge to wear red lipstick to protest the of Armed Forces of the Philippines Southern Luzon Command commander Lt. General Antonio Parlade Jr.’s latest red-tagging spree against government critics.

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  • Dirty Duterte admin: More coal energy than ever

    The government is increasingly reliant on coal for power generation. Department of Energy (DOE) data shows that, under the Duterte administration, power generated from coal rose from 43,303 gigawatt hours (Gwh) in 2016 to 57,890 Gwh which is over half of total power generated (106,041 Gwh) in 2019. Only 22,044 Gwh of power was generated from renewable energy.

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  • Transport budget for infra but none for affected jeepney drivers

    The COVID pandemic has led to massive income losses for Filipinos. The Duterte administration suspended mass transport, including jeepneys, when the enhanced community quarantines (ECQ) in Luzon and other parts of the country were declared in March. Quarantine measures have eased in general community quarantine (GCQ) areas and public transport has resumed in phases.

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