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By INA ALLECO R. SILVERIO Bulatlat.com P38 million ((US$883,720) is nothing to scoff at. The Confederation for Unity, Recognition and Advancement of Government Employees (Courage) is extremely disappointed over the July 23 decision of the Court of Appeals to grant a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) against the suspension of Caloocan City Mayor Enrico “Recom” Echiverri.…

By ALDWIN QUITASOL Northern Dispatch Posted by Bulatlat.com BAGUIO CITY — In a forum November 4, here on the theme “Reinvigorate our ranks, advance our cause”, government employees discussed present issues and concerns in their different lines of work. Government employees from the city local government units (LGU) as well as regional offices of different…

By ALDWIN QUITASOL Northern Dispatch Bulatlat.com BAGUIO CITY — Public school teachers led by the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) were disappointed because President Benigno S. Aquino III did not show-up at a dialogue they requested to air their issues and complaints regarding the Government Security Insurance System (GSIS). ACT Secretary-General France Castro said that…

PRESS RELEASE March 3, 2010 Barely a few months before the current administration’s term ends, the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) is embarking on another multi-million project this time on another identification card which merely duplicates the function of the pension fund’s e-card and e-card plus. That the P270 million Unified Multi Identification card or…

Ni ROLAND B. TOLENTINO KULTURANG POPULAR KULTURA Bulatlat Sa US, ang mga kababaihang whistleblower na sina Cynthia Cooper ng Worldcom, Sherron Watkins ng Enron, at Coleen Rowley ng FBI ay binansagan ng Time Magazine bilang “Persons of the Year” ng 2002. Inilantad nina Cooper at Watkins ang kabalastugang nagaganap sa paglilimas ng yaman ng kompanya…

The Arroyo government and its allies have been harassing their critics — political activists, human-rights advocates, journalists, government employees, workers, teachers, environmentalists, lawyers, to name some — with court cases that range from the frivolous to the absurd. Now, these victims of political persecution have banded together to fight back.

Below is a statement of the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility (CMFR) on the Anti-Wiretapping suit against Cecilia “Cheche” Lazaro. ABSURD AND DANGEROUS THE SUIT against Cecilia “Cheche” Lazaro alleging that she wire-tapped her own phone conversation with the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Vice President for Public Relations and Communications is as dangerous…