The first week of April has just ended, and here are the stories that made the headlines! The Philippines ranked 54th on World Justice’s poll.
The Commission on Election will hold a simulation of the upcoming village elections to ensure the latter’s success. Vitaliano Aguirre resigned from his post as secretary of justice. On the other branch of the Philippine government, the Senate is planning to move to a better location in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig.
Finally, the Department of Budget and Management is leading a ferry system project on Manila’s Pasig River.