2 weeks Senators urge PLLO to ‘shape up, do a better job’ MB
The Presidential Legislative Liaison Office (PLLO) should improve its coordination with the Palace and Congress to ensure coordinated efforts between the two branches of government in crafting laws. (Senate of the Philippines / FILE PHOTO / MANILA BULLETIN) At the continuation of the Senate’s hearing on the proposed P4.506-trillion national budget for 2021, Senate minority leader Franklin Drilon urged the PLLO to be more active and attentive in coordinating with Congress.  He said its sluggish performance has ultimately led to presidential veto of some pieces of legislation and non-implementation of laws due to issues on implementing rules and regulations.Drilon ... more