By Donna Pazzibugan
The Presidential Commission on Good Government will give its preliminary findings on the alleged offshore trust of Ilocos Norte Representative Imee Marcos and her three sons in the British Virgin Islands in two weeks’ time.
The Philippine government said Thursday it planned to investigate an allegation that the eldest daughter of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos was the beneficiary of a secret offshore trust.
By Maricar Cinco
European Union Ambassador Guy Ledoux called journalists “true defenders of human rights” but in the Philippines, the continuing attacks against media workers and the government’s failure to legislate the Freedom of Information Act remain a concern even after the country has transitioned its way out of an authoritarian rule to democracy.
By Cathy Yamsuan
Sheila Coronel, an award-winning investigative journalist, was home from New York City recently to talk about corruption.