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Senate continues into plight of 2 mall cashiers in labor-related abuse

(INQUIRER) MANILA, Philippines — At least two former cashiers at a department store and supermarket chain have complained that money earned in a day from their checkout counters was not counted in front of them, with shortages being reported just days after, making them vulnerable to abuse when they are forced to pay for the…
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Jinggoy Estrada files bill establishing database for sex offenders

(INQUIRER) MANILA, Philippines — Senator Jinggoy Estrada has filed a bill seeking the creation of a database for sex offenders to keep the public informed and to monitor such criminals in the community. According to Estrada in a statement on Sunday, Senate Bill No. 1291 or the proposed “National Sex Offender Registry Act” aims to…
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Estrada seeks creation of database of sex offenders in PH

(MANILA BULLETIN) Senator Jinggoy Estrada has filed a measure seeking to make all information about sex offenders in the Philippines available to the public. In filing Senate Bill No. 1291 or the proposed “National Sex Offender Registry Act,” Estrada said it is necessary for the government to establish a national database of sex offenders to…
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Estrada wants database of sex offenders

(THE MANILA TIMES) SEN. Jose “Jinggoy” Estrada has proposed the establishment of a national database of sex offenders to help the public be informed of their movements or whereabouts. The senator described the sex offender database as “a piece of easily available and accessible information to local law enforcement agencies and their foreign counterparts.” Under…
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PHOTO RELEASE: PH should keep a database of sex offenders

PH should keep a database of sex offenders: To monitor and track sex offenders in the community, Senator Jinggoy Ejercito Estrada files Senate Bill 1291 proposing the establishment of a national database of sex offenders, a piece of easily available and accessible information to local law enforcement agencies and their foreign counterparts. Under the proposed “National…
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To protect and keep the public informed, PH should keep a database of sex offenders — Jinggoy

TO monitor and track sex offenders in the community, Senator Jinggoy Ejercito Estrada proposed the establishment of a national database of sex offenders, a piece of easily available and accessible information to local law enforcement agencies and their foreign counterparts.  “The many special penal laws against sex-related offenses so enacted of late shall be futile unless ample…
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Senado pinarangalan 10 natatanging kasambahay ng Pilipinas

(ABANTE) Binigyan ng pagkilala ng Senado ang sampung natatanging kasambay ng Pilipinas para sa taong 2023 kasabay ng paggunita sa ika-10 taong anibersaryo ng Kasambahay Law. Kasabay ng paglagda noon ni dating Pangulong Benigno Aquino III ng RA 10361, ang Domestic Workers Act or Batas Kasambahay, sampung taon na ang nakalipas, ay ang pagtatakda ng…
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10 kasambahay pinarangalan sa Senado kasabay ng pagdiriwang ng ika-10 taong Anibersaryo ng Batas Kasambahay

(POLICE FILES TONITE) Kasabay ng ika-10 taong pagpapatupad ng Republic Act 10361 o Batas Kasambahay sampumg natatanging kasambahay ang pinarangalan sa inisyatibo ng tanggapan ni senate committee on labor chairman Senator Jinggoy Estrada. 200 ang natanggap na nominasyon para sa natatanging kasambahay ng opisina ni Senator Estrada pero 10 lang ang napili. Bawat isa ay…
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‘Sampung Natatanging Kasambahay ng Pilipinas’

(RPN RADIO) The winners of the search for the country’s best domestic workers pose with senators after being feted  during the 10th anniversary of Republic Act 10361, or the Domestic Workers Act or Batas Kasambahay. he law’s author, Sen. Jinggoy Estrada, gave out the awards as head of the Senate’s Labor panel.  He was joined…
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Maids of Honor

(THE MANILA TIMES) Senators Jose ‘Jinggoy’ Estrada, Robin Padilla, Francis Tolentino, Cynthia Villar and Labor Secretary Bienvenido Laguesma pose with the awardees of Sampung Natatanging Kasambahay at the Senate on Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2023. PHOTO BY RENE H. DILAN