WITH the signing of an anti-terror agreement by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), administration allies in the House of Representatives are urging the Senate to pass the anti-terrorism bill. In a joint statement on Monday, Representatives Marcelino Libanan of Eastern Samar and Douglas Cagas of Davao del Sur said the Philippines had been placed in the “very awkward” position of pushing the anti-terror pact in the ASEAN when it does not have its own law against terrorism. Full Story
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