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Bello signs order lifting deployment ban to Kuwait

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Orlondo Matamoros | May 18, 2018, 13:03

According to reports, Duterte's brother created the Japan-Philippines Global Coin platform last January and is now applying for Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) registration and Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) license.

In March, the government, through the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Philippine Permanent Mission to the UN in New York, formally notified the UN secretary general of the Philippine withdrawal of its signature from the Rome Statute that set up the ICC based in The Hague, Netherlands. By demonstrating the noble teachings of Islam, it is my fervent hope that you continue to do good deeds for the poor and the marginalized members of society. "Let us join hands in the shared task of nation-building as we make the Philippines a more inclusive, peaceful, and united country in the years to come".

"One of the things we tackled was the establishment of an OFW Hotline open for our migrant workers 24/7".

Gatchalian said the lifting of the ban is the logical step forward after the signing of the landmark MOU, and will help strengthen the country's relations with Kuwaiti allies.

Seven opposition senators asked the Supreme Court (SC) to declare as illegal and unconstitutional the decision of President Rodrigo "Rody" Duterte to withdraw the Philippines from the International Criminal Court (ICC) where he was facing charges of alleged crimes against humanity over the government's bloody war on illegal drugs.

"Was I mad because of the rape?"

The labor chief said the Kuwaiti government already expressed its gratitude for the normalization of the deployment in Kuwait.

The sooner the Duterte administration realizes that the better.

Around 262,000 Filipinos work in Kuwait as of 2018, with 170,000 recorded as household service workers.

The Palace has denied that the president is a misogynist, with presidential spokesperson Harry Roque saying that "sometimes, these feminists are really a bit OA (overreacting)".

When all regions and peoples in The Philippines are allowed to take responsibility and enjoy the benefits of their own autonomous economic, cultural and social management, it does not make The Philippines weaker but stronger and more peaceful.

"He repeatedly said he has nothing to do with what his siblings want to do".