Approved bills that lapsed into law

Section 27 Article VI of the 1987 Constitution stipulates that to become laws, enrolled bills or those passed by both the House of Representatives and the Senate are submitted first to the President for his approval and signature.

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By Robert Viñas (Presidential Communications Operations Office, Office of the President)

Lobbying is the act of attempting to influence decisions made by officials in the government, most often legislators or members of regulatory agencies. It involves the advocacy of an interest that is affected, actually or potentially, by the decisions of government leaders.

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Tracking Change

Last July 25, President Rodrigo R. Duterte delivered his first State of the Nation Address (SONA) where he expressed his commitment to improve the living conditions of Juan dela Cruz. In his SONA, the President did not only underscore the government’s war against illegal drugs, but also echoed his overarching election campaign and inaugural address promises — to enforce law and order, promote inclusive economic development and to restructure the Philippine system of government.

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The looming food crisis, is it just a media blitz? An alarmist point of view or it is for real? There is food crisis if supply of food is in adequate and we see people falling in line to buy food and, in extreme cases, there is a breakout of food riots.

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