Editorial

Editorial

Ending Impunity   The province of Masbate is a place rife with violence and crime gives  a perennial challenge for the leadership of the provincial law enforcers to maintain an enduring law and order policing template. The theory known as ...

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Editorial

Editorial

  Hang the drug convicts, pardon the plunderers   The final curtain for those persons involved in illegal drug trade – be  it by importation of dangerous drugs and/or controlled precursors and essential chemicals, sale, trading, ...

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Editorial

Editorial

Navigating with Sense   The Philippine Examiner is now in its one year existence as an online publication. All through out, we looked back the date that was [February 26, 2016] with sense of pride and accomplishments as we face challenges, ...

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Editorial

Editorial

Human Rights is everybody’s responsibility   Sixty eight years ago in Paris, a General Assembly Resolution 217 A was proclaimed on December 10,1948. The proclamation was a shout to promote and protect the inherent dignity  of the equal and ...

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Editorial

Editorial

A Certain Darkness The messy truth in the privatization of the Albay Electric Cooperative [ALECO] has now surfaced after as the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines has issued a power supply disconnection letter, to Albay Power and ...

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Too Close, So Soon

Too Close, So Soon

The blast that killed 14 and maimed 71 persons in the night market along Roxas Boulevard in Davao City has showed the vulnerability of peace and order situation of any place in the country. The ground zero happened right into the place of the ...

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