Friday, May 24, 2019
CAGAYAN DE ORO
CAGAYAN DE ORO
Nini B. Cabaero
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Cabaero: Names, names
WHAT do we do with the many names of allegedly corrupt Customs personnel that cropped up during the Senate inquiry into the huge shipment of shabu that passed regulatory checks? With these names now revealed, the next step must be verification ...
From 635 days ago
Cabaero: Silence of other city officials
THE closure orders against business establishments were issued by the Cebu City Government, yet no other elected official, except for the mayor, has spoken in public about it. Mayor Tomas Osmeña ordered the closure of these business establishments in line with ...
From 642 days ago
Cabaero: Precedents for action against cyber offenses
BEWARE those who want to test the law on cybercrimes. There are criminal cases now on internet shaming to serve as precedence for court action to stop this illegal practice. Take the case of the two boys who were named in ...
From 647 days ago
ONE of the promises of President Rodrigo Duterte early in his term was to make his administration more inclusive, with non-traditional and marginalized sectors to have access to Malacañang. On the part of the media, he promised that he would grant ...
From 649 days ago
Cabaero: Bautista should explain SALN
WHEN the elections chief has amassed unexplained wealth of close to P1 billion, you worry of any implication on the integrity of the last elections and the fate of poll cases still pending. Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairman Juan Andres Bautista ...
From 655 days ago
Cabaero: Justice for Mike
WHAT we were doing was giving voice to the voiceless in the global arena. But we didn’t know it that time. For online journalism pioneer Michael “Mike” Marasigan, what we did then in the Globalization of Island Community Newspapers (Globicom) project ...
From 656 days ago
Cabaero: Back in the limelight
WHEN news on the attacks on the Parojinogs in Ozamiz City came out, the immediate response on social media was to ask – who’s next? The name of Cebu businessman Peter Lim cropped up because he was among the high-profile Cebuanos ...
From 661 days ago
PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte campaigned and won on an anti-establishment position as he presented himself as one who cannot be dictated to in running the affairs of the state. His being unconventional made him popular, and his being popular emboldened him to ...
From 664 days ago
Cabaero: Cebu in Sona
IT is worth noting how much or how little Cebu figured in a presidential address to the nation. In his address Monday, President Rodrigo Duterte mentioned some projects for Mindanao and some road development in other provinces, including in Metro Cebu, ...
From 669 days ago
Cabaero: Martial law debate shows Charter flaws
THE extension of martial law by vote of the joint session of Congress reveals the need to strengthen constitutional safeguards. During the televised deliberation of the Senate and the House of Representatives last Saturday, questions were raised on the grounds for ...
From 671 days ago