Buhay Rep. Lito Atienza allayed the concern raised by Vice President Leni Robredo that the Philippines might get entangled in a foreign debt trap by borrowing a huge amount of money from other countries.
A minority lawmaker has expressed support for President Duterte’s plan to invest another P17 billion to expand the capacity of commuter trains in Metro Manila and nearby provinces, citing their social and economic benefits.
President Rodrigo Duterte's plan to reimpose death penalty would “emasculate” in a big way the Philippine government’s efforts to save the lives of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who are on death row abroad.
Buhay Rep. Lito Atienza warned that the Philippines would fall “an unprecedented era of darkness and medieval savagery" once Congress granted President Duterte's wish to put five to six malefactors to death every day.
Buhay Representative Lito Atienza has encouraged President Rodrigo Duterte to release those inmates from various jails in the country who may have already overserved their sentences.
Buo ang pag-asa ni House senior deputy minority leader at Buhay Rep. Lito na hindi magbabago ang isip ni Pangulong Duterte at itutulak pa rin ang constitutional convention bilang paraan para irebisa ang Konstitusyon patungo sa isang federal…
Aside from the terror of the Davao blast last week, many Filipinos felt the urge to panic over President Rodrigo Duterte's proclamation of 'State of Lawlessness', following the bombing of his beloved hometown claimed by Abu Sayaff.
The family of Buhay Partylist Representative Lito Atienza has always been influential, especially in Manila
Manila Mayor Joseph “Erap” Estrada has ordered an investigation into reports that unscrupulous individuals have long been using his name to collect millions in protection fees from vegetable truckers and dealers in Divisoria Market.
He may be enjoying his life as a politiko, but being a dad outweighs it all.