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MARAWI CITY, Philippines – Marawi generals took time out of the battle area and their command centers to spend time with residents affected by the war with local terror groups linked with international terrorist network Islamic State (ISIS).

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Aegis Juris not an accredited UST organization in 2017
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MANILA, Philippines – Aegis Juris, the  fraternity accused of being behind the killing of hazing victim Horacio Castillo III , was not accredited by the University of Santo Tomas (UST) for 2017, admitted Faculty of Civil Law Dean Nilo Divina on Monday, September 25.

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Malacañang has assured Vietnam of an impartial investigation of the sea chase at the weekend in Pangasinan involving the Philippine Navy and Vietnamese fishing boats where two fishermen were killed. Five other fishermen are in detention.
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Duterte not after perpetuating himself in power – Palace official
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President Rodrigo Duterte is not after perpetuating himself in power even if he named his daughter, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte, as his possible successor, a Palace official said on Monday.

Presidential spokesman Ernesto Abella noted that such pronouncement from the President over the weekend in his hometown of Davao was unofficial.

“It wasn’t an official statement. That statement was made to one reporter. You’re making a breathtaking leap by assuming that he wants power when he says that his daughter is somebody that he trusts,” Abella said.

“I think that the President is just being very, very pragmatic. It’s not a question of wanting to perpetuate [himself in]power but ensuring that whatever gains he has [made]…whatever gains that we have made, the [Duterte] administration may have made, will be preserved by someone that he actually trusts,” he added.

The President has repeatedly said he does not salivate over the powers of the presidency, adding that he would have resigned by now if only his running mate, then-Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano, won the race for Vice President in the May 2016 elections.

The President’s pronouncement, according to Abella, was based on the competence of his daughter, not on his perceived plan to build a political dynasty.

“I think the issue here is trust. The issue here is that he trusts the capability of Sara. At this stage, that is his statement. He sees Sara’s capacity… capability, heart, [good]intention [as a public servant],” he said.

“It’s not a question of wanting to perpetuate power. You have to consider her [Sara] as an independent personality and not just [President Duterte’s] daughter. She is an effective mayor and politician who happens to be his daughter,” Abella added.

Sara is the incumbent mayor of Davao City in southern Mindanao.

The reigning President also headed the city until he won the 2016 race to Malacañang with 16 million votes or nine million more than second placer, then administration bet and former senator Manuel “Mar” Roxas 2nd.

Prior to winning the presidency, the elder Duterte served as Davao City mayor from 1988 to 1998, Davao congressman (First District) from 1998 to 2001 and Davao City mayor again from 2001 to 2010 and 2013 to 2016.

Sara served as her father’s deputy as Davao City vice mayor from 2007 to 2010 and as the city mayor from 2010 to 2013 and 2016 to the present.

Duterte’s son Paolo has been serving as Davao City vice mayor from 2013 to the present.

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Former DICT chief dared to prove corruption claims
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Malacañang on Monday dared Rodolfo Salalima to substantiate his allegations of “corruption and interference” at the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT), which he headed until he resigned last week.

Palace spokesma n Ernesto Abella issued the statement after Salalima revealed to DICT employees that the corruption and interference in the agency were the two reasons for his resignation.

“Whoever seems to have information should [come out]. If he [Salalima] makes any claims, it should be substantial,” Abella said.

“If that’s his point, we just have to take him for what he says. But you know, there’s really disturbing there, then this matter needs to be pursued, if it’s truly there and if it’s truly disturbing,” he added.

It was reported that Salalima called for an emergency general meeting on Friday with DICT employees to explain his decision to step down after leading the agency for 14 months.

“The deal was ‘no interference, no corruption,’” he reportedly said, referring to his talk with President Rodrigo Duterte before accepting the job to head the newest government agency in the country.

Salalima reportedly made vague references to favors, which he rejected, and the struggle to do “the right thing” while heading the DICT.

“I resisted pressures. On the issue of interference, it was not obeyed. Because of that, I had [to]and must resign,” he also reportedly said as he apologized to the DICT employees for not consulting them about his plans to step down.

Salalima reportedly tendered his resignation on Thursday.

Duterte said Salalima resigned out of delicadeza (sense of propriety), and confirmed the Cabinet member submitted his letter of resignation on Wednesday night.

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Absolutely simulated sale is a void contract
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Persida Acosta

Dear PAO,
Carlo borrowed from my father a Torrens Title covering a riceland in Isabela province. My father verbally agreed in lending the Torrens Title to him since Carlo is his nephew, and he trusted him that much. A part of their agreement is the execution of a Deed of Sale, so that the title will be canceled and be transferred in the name of Carlo. After the transfer, Carlo obtained a loan from a bank and mortgaged the property. In 2010, he paid his loan with the bank but he refused to reconvey the property to us. He now claims full ownership over the property because it was already titled in his name. Can we recover the property from Carlo? Aries
Dear Aries,

There is no contract of sale between your father and Carlo. Under Article 1458 of the New Civil Code of the Philippines, it is stated, “By the contract of sale, one of the contracting parties obligates himself to transfer the ownership of and to deliver a determinate thing, and the other to pay therefore a price certain in money or its equivalent.” The requisites of a contract are found under Article 1319 of the same code, which are as follows:(1) Consent of the contracting parties; (2) Object certain which is the subject matter of the contract; and (3) Cause of the obligation which is established.” The contract entered by your father and his nephew, Carlo, is not valid because it lacks consideration and cause. Moreover, the same is not a contract of sale because the parties do not intend any transfer of ownership over the land.

The contract of sale is absolutely simulated. Under Article 1345 of the New Civil Code of the Philippines, “simulation of contract may be absolute or relative. The former takes place when the parties do not intend to be bound at all; the latter, when the parties conceal their true agreement.” Correlative thereto, Article 1346 of the same law also provides that “an absolutely simulated or fictitious contract is void. A relative simulation, when it does not prejudice a third person and is not intended for any purpose contrary to law, morals, good customs, public order or public policy, binds the parties to their real agreement.”

In a similar case decided by the Supreme Court entitled Heirs of Dr. Mario S. Intac and Angelina Mendoza-Intac vs. CA [Court of Appeals] and Spouses Roy, et al. (G.R. No. 173211, October 11, 2012), Associate Justice Jose Mendoza stated:

“In absolute simulation, there is a colorable contract but it has no substance as the parties have no intention to be bound by it. “The main characteristic of an absolute simulation is that the apparent contract is not really desired or intended to produce legal effect or in any way alter the juridical situation of the parties.” “As a result, an absolutely simulated or fictitious contract is void, and the parties may recover from each other what they may have given under the contract.”

In the case at bench, the court is one with the courts below that no valid sale of the subject property actually took place between the alleged vendors, Ireneo and Salvacion; and the alleged vendees, Spouses Intac. There was simply no consideration and no intent to sell it.”

Applying this decision in your case, the contract of sale between your father and Carlo is void, because this is a simulated sale. Your father did not really intend an absolute transfer of ownership of the property to Carlo. Your father may recover the property by filing a civil action for the nullification of the deed of sale and certificate of title in the name of Carlo, alleging and proving that he merely lent the Torrens Title of the riceland and has no absolute intention to transfer it to the latter.

Again, we find it necessary to mention that this opinion is solely based on the facts you have narrated and our appreciation of the same. The opinion may vary when the facts are changed or elaborated.

We hope that we were able to enlighten you on the matter.

Editor’s note: Dear PAO is a daily column of the Public Attorney’s Office. Questions for Chief Acosta may be sent to dearpao@manilatimes.net.

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Troops foil Sayyaf bomb plot in Zamboanga City
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SHARIFF AGUAK, Maguindanao: Government forces aborted a plan of the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) to conduct bombing activities in Zamboanga City with the arrest of one of its bomb makers.

Combined forces of the Joint Task Force Zamboanga (JTFZ) and Zamboanga City Police Office launched an operation against ASG member Omar Askali, alias Ayub, along Gov. Lim Avenue in Zamboanga City at about 10:30 a.m. on Sunday.

“Intelligence reports revealed that the group will bomb public places in the city three days from now. This prompted our troops to conduct a joint operation with the police to capture the bandits and preempt their bomb ploy,” Col. Leonel Nicolas, JTF Zamboanga commander, said.

Recovered from Askali were a hand grenade, a cellular phone and two identification cards.

Askali, a trusted follower of top Basilan leader Furuji Indama, is trained in making improvised explosive devices (IED).

Military information also disclosed that Indama dispatched Mukaram Sapie, alias Mukram, and a certain Shayif to conduct bombing operations within the city.

A follow-up operation on Sunday resulted in the arrest of Mukram in Barangay Taluksangay also in Zamboanga City.

Recovered from Mukram was an IED and a .45 caliber pistol.

The area was also being searched for another IED after Ayub revealed that Mukram was keeping two IEDs.
Follow-up operations were still ongoing as of Monday.

“Our successful offensives were complemented by the intensified conduct of intelligence operations and the strengthened collaboration with the police, thus preempting the bandits from executing their terror plan,” Lt. Gen. Carlito Galvez Jr., Western Mindanao Command chief, said.

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Aegis Juris co-founder vows 'no cover-up' in Castillo's fatal hazing
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MANILA, Philippines – One of the 25 founders of the University of Santo Tomas-based Aegis Juris fraternity vowed that there would be no "cover-up" in the death of UST freshman law student Horacio Castillo III due to hazing.

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House adopts Senate version of bill postponing barangay elections
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MANILA, Philippines – The village and youth council elections in the Philippines are one step closer to a second postponement.

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Transport strike fails in Luzon, Visayas
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A nationwide transport strike that the Stop and Go Coalition staged on Monday hardly affected commuters in Luzon and the Visayas as jeepney drivers continued to ply their routes.

The coalition of transport groups declared a two-day strike to protest the government’s Public Utility Vehicles Modernization Act, including the phasing out of old jeepney units.

In Bulacan, only 50 percent of member-operators joined the strike but barely affected commuters in the province.

The Provincial Public Affairs Office said executives in the cities of Malolos, San Jose del Monte and in the towns of Bocaue, Santa Maria, Marilao and San Miguel suspended classes in all levels of both public and private schools.

In Tarlac, it was business as usual as the common terminal for all transport services to and from the province was filled with public utility vehicles in regular operation.

The jeepney drivers called it an ordinary day and continued to ply their routes to meet their families’ needs.
No suspension of classes was reported.

In the provinces of Nueva Ecija, Rizal and Cavite, it was a normal day for public utility drivers and commuters as operators and drivers opted not to participate in the protest action saying their priority is to earn a day’s living.

Earlier, members of Pasang Masda and ACTO in Calabarzon (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon) said they would not participate in the strike.

Similarly, jeepney drivers and operators in Cebu did not join the transport strike, according to Ahmed Cuizon, regional director of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board in Central Visayas.

Greg Perez of the Pagkakaisa ng mga Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Operators Nationwide (Piston) Cebu said they did not get a mandate from their national headquarters.

There were no reported street rallies in relation to the nationwide transport strike.

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P60-B brewery complex starts in Misamis Oriental
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TAGOLO-AN, Misamis Oriental: Construction of P60-billion brewery complex in the sprawling industrial economic zone here has started, according to Gov. Yevgeny Vincente Emano on Monday.

Emano said the brewery complex of San Miguel Corp. (SMC) is located in the village of Santa Ana and is part of the 3,000-hectare industrial economic zone in Misamis Oriental.

He added that the brewery complex would process Purefoods products, feeds and beer.

Emano said he had talked to Ramon Ang, SMC’s chief operating officer, who promised to hire only local workers and personnel for the complex in Misamis Oriental.

“I did not ask anything from Mr. Ang except an assurance that personnel and workers hired must all come from Misamis Oriental,” he added.

He said the SMC complex would be located in the more than 40-hectare site in Santa Ana where an abundant source of water is readily available.

The SMC brewery complex in Misamis Oriental would be the second in the province. Asia Brewery Inc. started to operate in El Salvador City in 1992.

The industrial zone in Misamis Oriental straddles the coastal towns of Tagolo-an, Villanueva and Jasaan where other major plants and ports are located.

Among the existing plants there are the Steag coal-fired power plant, the Filinvest coal-fired power plant, the P50-billion Coca-Cola bottling plant and the Mindanao International Container Terminal (MICT).

The MICT provides “full terminal operation for ships, container yards, bulk and hazardous cargo handling and cargo documentation processing.

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BFAR prohibits ‘Ludong’ fishing for 45 days
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TUGUEGARAO CITY, Cagayan: The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) in Region 2 has warned fisherfolk against catching Ludong or Lobed river mullet during the closed season starting in October.

Arsenio Bañares, BFAR-Region 2 Fisheries Management, Regulatory and Enforcement Division chief, said some 40 fisherfolk designated as Bantay Laot members were trained to help implement the Bureau’s Administrative Circular (BAC) 247 declaring a closed season on the catching of Ludong effective October 1 to November 15 and report violations.

”The designation of fisherfolk, majority of whom belong to the indigenous peoples group, as Bantay Laot members is part of the nationwide program to deter illegal fishing activities and protect threatened marine and aquatic species in municipal waters,” Bañares said.

The Bantay Laot members will receive P3,000 monthly allowance for the duration of the closed season.
BFAR Region 2 Director Milagros Morales said the coverage area of the closed season ban includes the entire stretch of the Cagayan River, its tributaries and headwaters.

She explained that during the implementation of BAC 247, it will be unlawful for any person, association or corporation to catch Ludong using any type of gear or fishing method.

The purchase, sale or exposing for sale, transport, export or in possession of Ludong, its by-products or
derivatives, during the closed season is also prohibited, Morales said.

Violators will be meted from six months to one year imprisonment and/or a fine of P6,000 as well as forfeiture of catch and fishing gadgets.

If the offense involves catching of spawning Ludong, a stiffer penalty of six months and one day to eight years imprisonment and/or fine of P80,000 will be imposed.

Export of spawning Ludong also carries a penalty of eight years imprisonment, confiscation of the catch and a fine equivalent to double its value.

Also called the President’s fish, Ludong is herbivorous, eating only the filamentous algae that live on rocks and boulders within river rapids. It is endemic to the Cagayan River and its tributaries extending through the watersheds of Cagayan Valley and the Santa-Abra River Systems of Ilocos Sur and Abra.

A mature Ludong weighs from 0.25 kilo to two kilos and costs P4,000 to P5,000 a kilo, making it the most expensive fish in the country. It commands a very high price in the market because it is seasonal and very difficult to catch.

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480 CDO police officers tested negative for drugs
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CAMP ALAGAR, Cagayan De Oro City: A total of 480 police officers who underwenta surprise drug test here tested negative for illegal drugs, according to Supt. Lemuel Gonda, police regional spokesman. The officers, led by Regional Director Timoteo Pacleb, with elements of the regional command and directorate groups, officers from Bukidnon, Misamis Oriental police command and Cagayan De Oro City voluntarily submitted their urine samples for testing last week. The police regional command here has been conducting a surprise drug test in all its satellite police commands in Northern Mindanao to protect the integrity of the police organization, Gonda said. During the initial anti-illegal drug campaign last year, more than 30 policemen and non-commissioned personnel in Northern Mindanao were found positive for drugs, while 15 others found engaged in illegal drugs were summarily dismissed as several others are undergoing investigation.

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2 posing as policemen nabbed with marijuana; 5 ‘pushers’ busted
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Bacoor CITY, Cavite: Two armed men posing as police officers and threatening two construction workers in Barangay Niog 1 here were arrested with 65 grams of dried marijuana leaves on Sunday. The suspects were identified as Andy Manliguez, 33, of Barangay Maliksi 3, Bacoor and Romnick Otero of Las Piñas, Metro Manila. Barangay Chairman Benjamin Pelingon of Barangay Niog 1 earlier reported to the police that the suspects introduced themselves as policemen and accosted two workers. Manliguez was found with a replica of a caliber .45 pistol tucked on his waist and marijuana. Meanwhile, five more drug suspects were arrested in three separate buy-busts in Silang, Tanza and Cavite City also on Sunday. Nabbed in Silang were Dan Louie Claudio, 19, of Barangay Yakal and Ely Recto Acosta, 25, from Barangay San Antonio de Padua 2, Dasmariñas City after selling shabu to a poseur buyer; in Barangay Punta 1, Tanza, Jaymark Montalban, 24, and Kelvin Dalisay, 24, were found with four sachets of shabu; while Rogelio Ignacio, 41, of Barangay 8, Dalahican, Cavite City, was arrested for selling shabu to an undercover policeman.

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House adopts Senate version on barangay polls; next election set for October 2018
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