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Republic Act No. 6713 AN ACT ESTABLISHING A CODE OF CONDUCT AND ETHICAL STANDARDS FOR PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES, TO   UPHOLD THE TIME-HONORED PRINCIPLE OF PUBLIC OFFICE BEING A PUBLIC TRUST, GRANTING INCENTIVES AND REWARDS FOR EXEMPLARY SERVICE, ENUMERATING PROHIBITED ACTS AND TRANSACTIONS AND PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR   VIOLATIONS THEREOF AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES Section 1. Title. - This Act shall be known as the "Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees." Section 2. Declaration of Policies. - It is the policy of the State to promote a high standard of ethics in public service. Public officials and employees shall at all times be accountable to the people and shall discharge their duties with utmost responsibility, integrity, competence, and loyalty, act with patriotism and justice, lead modest lives, and uphold public interest over personal interest. Section 3. Definition of Terms. - As used in this Act, the term: (a) "Go

Say “I Do” without a Doubt

There’s a new reality show that’s set to hit the small screen soon.  Philippine television has been bombarded with a lot of these reality shows that are often sourced from productions overseas.  This time, a novel idea digs into a more personal level.  The show brings engaged couples together in a single village and takes them through challenges that will test their relationships. In “I Do,” nine couples will live together in a village constructed specifically for the reality show.  ABS-CBN chose Judy Ann Santos to host this new reality show.  As a wife and mother herself, Judy Ann has gone through real life hurdles and bumps.  The show emphasizes that happily ever after does not necessarily mean a smooth sailing marriage.  Experiencing all the challenges in “I Do” will allow the couples to get to know each other more and finally decide whether or not they truly are ready to get married. Each house in the village is furnished and adorned with beautiful paintings and pictures i

Suspected Ebola Case in the Philippines

According to a news report on CNN. com,  a suspected ebola patient here in the Philippines were tested negative for the deadly virus. Similar cases in New York,  California,  Abu Dhabi and Ireland have also tested negative.

No more Vehicles allowed at Session Road every Sunday

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