June 12th marks the day the country declared itself free and independent, able to govern towards a future best fit for its people. But genuine freedom and independence is yet to be felt by millions of families across the country who remain with limited access to decent work that pays enough for a person to lead a life of dignity.
Metro Manila is most problematic in the deployment of new cell sites with main issues ranging from social acceptability, neighbors’ opposition and homeowners associations’ restrictions due to aesthetic reasons, family conflicts and political bickering among local government officials, Globe Telecom said.
In line with its vision of ushering the Philippines to become a digital nation by 2020, Globe Telecom collaborated with the city government of Manila in rolling out fiber broadband technology in Binondo. This initiative will provide world-class internet experience with speeds of up to 1Gbps to the world’s oldest Chinatown.
A MULTI-SECTORAL coalition denounced President Aquino and heads of concerned cabinet departments and agencies not only their failure to address the issues raised by peasants and Lumads but also for the violent dispersal in Kidapawan City last Thursday.