Bill filed to replace ancient road rules

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

House Bill 1987, the proposed Philippine Responsible Driving and Accountability Act, has been filed to replace the ancient road rules which had been unjust to law-abiding, responsible drivers and pedestrians.

 

Rep. Frederick Siao, lone district Iligan and the bill’s author, said the bill would revamp parts of the country’s land transportation and traffic rules.

 

"When this becomes law, it will be a landmark, pivotal piece of legislation that will radically change the road rules and improve road safety," Siao said.

 

Under current laws and procedures, drivers or motorists involved in road incidents and traffic…

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House wants DepEd, COA to explain conflicting reports

 

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

House Deputy Majority Leader, Rep. Bernadette Herrera-Dy, Bagong Henerasyon partylist, wants the Commission on Audit and the Department of Education to explain their respective reports on schoolbuildings in 2018, which she said, sounds unbelievable.

 

At the same time, she urged the DepEd to radically improve its efficiency in producing new classrooms and school buildings, and financial management with real-time online reporting.

 

"When I first read that part of the 2018 audit report on the DepEd about 11 classrooms, I was shocked. Only 11, almost zero percent? Shocking because I recall…

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Rain or shine, SM Foundation turned over schoolbuilding to Tuba Elementary School

 

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

Notwithstanding the torrential rains and gusty winds last Aug. 9, SM Foundation Inc. turned over its schoolbulding donation (in partnership with Philippine Stock Exchange Foundation) to the Tuba Central School in Benguet.

 

This is the 94th schoolbuilding donated by the foundation, a new two-story classroom it built through the funds of SM Prime and PSE Foundation, a second partnership with the stock exchange.

 

Fully equipped with 200 armchairs (of which 20 are for left handers); four teachers’ desk sets, 16 wall fans, 8 concave blackboards, four wall clocks and four…

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FTSFI takes care of the soul of SM Employees

 

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

By building churches inside the super malls of SM or right beside it, the Felicidad T. Sy Foundation Inc. makes sure to take care of the spiritual needs (and the soul) of the mall employees and mall goers,  who pack their church obligations in the cool comfort of the mall churches and chapels.

 

At first local parishes shunned and protested about the mall chapels and churches and masses being said in them—as this would deprive them of the collections from Sunday masses or those said during holy days of obligation and…

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Uplifting the lot of the peasants

 

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

Farmers, just like the slaves of yore play a very important, but the least appreciated, role in society. Noble as their task is, their hardwork to produce food for their fellow humans seldom get recognized and this sector in fact is the most marginalized, getting the least resources and attention from government.

 

The middlemen to whom they sell their produce often twist their arms (figuratively speaking) to get better prices for them, even if the rates they demand result in sub-human living for the farmers and their dependents.

 

It is…

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