PCC Signs MOA With Japan & South Korea, Aims To Improve Philippine Livestock Quality

The Philippines represented by Philippine Carabao Center (PCC) executive director Dr. Libertado C. Cruz signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with the Consortium for Japanese Veterinary Medicinal Products Manufacturers (CJVM) and Korea Institute for Animal Products Quality Evaluation (KAPE).

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President Aquino Asks For A Live Trial Coverage Of Maguindanao Massacre

The Philippine Supreme Court (SC) in its latest decision granted a petition filed by the Ampatuans, asking the high court to reconsider a June 14, 2011 ruling penned by then Associate Justice and now Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales that allowed live coverage of the high-profile Maguindanao massacre trial.

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Bill Aims To Protect Children From Harmful Effects Of Chemical In Toys Passes Second Reading

The proliferation of toys, school supplies and other children articles in the market tainted with hazardous chemicals and substances runs unabated and directly could pose risk not only to consumers but more so to children.

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Supreme Court’s Independence Tested Under Newly Installed Chief Justice Ma. Lourdes Sereno

The reinstatement of Emilio A. Gonzales III as Deputy Ombudsman for the Military and Other Law Enforcement Office (MOLEO) by the Philippine Supreme Court after he was dismissed by the Office of the President (OP) due to gross neglect of duty and grave misconduct has tested the independence of the High Court when it ruled out against the OP’s decision.

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Supreme Court’s Digitization of Court Documents Is A Step To Boost Its Operational Efficiency

Setting up an e-library and digitization of the Philippine Supreme Court documents are welcome developments for the judiciary to make it more responsive and efficient in meeting the challenge of the changing times now that the technology of the internet is at hand.

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