The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) will form a Claims Board this year to help victims of the martial law.
Congressman Rodolfo Biazon encourages the CPP-NPA to be open to peace talks without pre-conditions.
Eagle correspondent Ely Dumaboc reports that Zamboanga City is on alert as the conflict between the military and the BIFF escalates.
Bayan Muna Representative Neri Colmenares appealed to President Aquino to disband four more GOCC’s.
With a rise on student suicide because of rising tuition fee prices, students from various state universities and private schools conduct protests in Mendiola.
Senator Bongbong Marcos proposed the doubling of police in the university belt (U belt) and other school zones to ensure that students remain safe from illegal drugs.
The PNP asked an independent body to investigate the case against the Laguna police to avoid “whitewash”.
Former Congressman Augusto Syjuco Jr., asked the Supreme Court to continue hearing of the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) despite said case being asked by the government to be dismissed for being moot and academic.
Chairperson Etta Gonzales asks her personnel in the Commission of Human Rights (CHR) to investigate other provincial intelligence branch and regional offices of the Philippine National Police after discovering the torture cell in Biñan, Laguna.
Vhong Navarro’s lawyer and manager met DILG Secretary Mar Roxas to ask for tighter security for the TV host.
In pursuit of good governance, Malacañang disbanded three GOCC’s involved in the controversial pork barrel scam.
144 families in Pasong Tamo, Quezon City lost their homes after a huge fire destroys thirty houses with a single casualty.