THE Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) was urged to implement the ten percent fare discount on public utility vehicles as provided for under the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Law.
“Our history tells us that political parties in the Philippines are normally used only as political vehicles to win an election. Hence, most political aspirants change political parties for convenience, rather than conviction. This only shows the lack of ideology commitment to the members of a party because they choose parties based on the rise and fall of the tide of opportunity,” the Speaker said.
SUSPECTED New People’s Army guerrillas on Thursday evening burned two heavy equipment owned by a construction company in Manjuyod, Negros Oriental following the reported failure of its owners to heed their demand for revolutionary tax, the Police Regional Office 7 reported yesterday.
ILOCOS Norte Governor Imee Marcos has called for the immediate one-year suspension of the Value Added Tax on basic food commodities, fuel and electricity to address the record-high inflation that has burdened Filipinos for several months now.
MALACANANG has not yet received any proposal from the military to extend again the Mindanao martial law, less than two months before it expires, Presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo said yesterday.