While the House of Representatives did approve the measure, it happened three years ago in the 17th Congress. The bill remains pending in both the House and the Senate in the current Congress.
“Marcos Sr did not build La Consolacion College Manila,” an official at the Augustinian Sisters of Our Lady of Consolation told AFP. “He was not even born yet when the school was founded.”
Hindi totoong galing kay Davao City Vice Mayor Sebastian Duterte ang kumakalat na panawagan sa social media na ipasara umano ang University of the Philippines at gawin itong Bagong Pilipinas University.
Galing ang orihinal na post sa “Baste Duterte FP” na isa lamang fan page.
The landmark was illuminated in red and green — the colors of Bangladesh’s flag — to mark the 50th anniversary of Bangladesh’s independence.
Combined reverse and keyword searches on Google found the image had been digitally manipulated from an old notice. The year has been changed from 2021 to 2022 in the image shared in the false posts.
Noon pang 1948 lumipat ang maraming akademikong yunit ng Unibersidad ng Pilipinas sa Diliman, Quezon City. Samantalang, 1965 lang naging pangulo si Marcos Sr.
A screenshot of a Facebook post erroneously claims Vice President Leni Robredo slept in an airport lounge for five hours. The sleeping woman in the photo is actually her daughter.
A local airline pilot alleged on Facebook that Vice President Leni Robredo asked for priority landing, causing the diversion of their flight to another airport. It is a false claim.
Nagpa-ilaw sa kani-kanilang mga istruktura ang iba’t ibang bansa bilang pagsuporta sa pagkapanalo nina Bongbong Marcos at Sara Duterte-Carpio
Hindi totoo ang mga post na iba’t ibang bansa ang nagpa-ilaw sa kani-kanilang mga istruktura upang magpakita ng suporta sa pagkapanalo nina Bongbong Marcos at Sara Duterte-Carpio.
Walang basehan ang paratang na nakipagsabwatan umano si dating senador Benigno Aquino Jr. sa Malaysia para hadlangan ang balak ni dating Pangulong Ferdinand Marcos Sr. na bawiin ang Sabah.
A viral tweet correctly claimed that presumptive president-elect Ferdinand Marco Jr, along with his wife and youngest son, made a private trip to Melbourne, Australia.
The Facebook page of Mindanao Daily News, a newspaper based in Cagayan de Oro City, claimed that presumptive president Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. “thumb[ed] up” the franchise renewal of media company ABS-CBN.
Totoo o Hindi? Disiplinado at malakas ang military force ng Pilipinas noong panahon ni Ferdinand Marcos Sr.?
Dahil sa Martial Law, naging sentro ang pulisya at militar sa pang-aabuso sa karapatang pantao, syndicated gambling, drugs at smuggling.
Three statements on policies allegedly adopted during the administration of the late president Corazon Aquino are part of a video circulating online.
The statement of presumptive president Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. that he will “give” the nomination papers of his running mate and presumptive vice president Sara Duterte-Carpio as the next Education secretary to the Commission on Appointments needs context.
The claim was shared on an imposter social media page. Padilla said he was not doling out cash and AFP did not find any record of handout announcements on his official channels.
A supposed pilot falsely claimed in a now-deleted Facebook post that Vice President Leni Robredo caused flight diversions at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport “last month,” presumably in April.
A Facebook user claims without offering proof that a foundation outgoing Vice President Leni Robredo is launching on July 1 is a “shadow government”.
It’s not true that Queen Elizabeth II wore red and congratulated Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. for winning the 2022 presidential election — a quote card containing the purported message and a red-clad image of the British monarch is satirical.
A fake photo of the Sydney Opera House supposedly flashing the faces of presumptive president Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and vice president Sara Duterte-Carpio is circulating online.
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