I don't think she will be appointed as the next US envoy to the PH since she is new in the State Dept. and China will be sending a seasoned diplomat in the person of Huang Xilian, the current Chinese envoy to the ASEAN.USAID = CIA
Solid move pa rin appointment ni Mina Chang hehehe
The State Department already confirmed she's NOT going to be the next ambassador, rather a USAID official for Asia.I don't think she will be appointed as the next US envoy to the PH since she is new in the State Dept. and China will be sending a seasoned diplomat in the person of Huang Xilian, the current Chinese envoy to the ASEAN.
MANILA - President Duterte has signed into law the anti-bastos bill, which imposes stiffer penalties on a range of acts from catcalling, sexist slurs, stalking and cyberstalking.
Republic Act 11313 or the "Safe Streets and Public Spaces Act" seeks to prevent gender-based sexual harassment from occurring in streets, public places, online workplaces, and educational and training institutions.
Among these acts are:
- leering and intrusive gazing
- unwanted invitations
- misogynistic, transphobic, homophobic, and sexist slurs
- persistent unwanted comments on one's appearance
- relentless requests for one's personal details such as name, contact and social media details or destination
- use of words, gestures or actions that ridicule on the basis of sex gender or sexual orientation, identity and/or expression.
Local government units are mandated to pass ordinances based on the law, while the Philippine National Police and the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority will arrest those who violate it.
What an irony, lol.Duterte signs 'Bawal Bastos' law - Republic Act 11313 or the "Safe Streets and Public Spaces Act"
source: ABS CBN News
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRJiSoQP7Bs&feature=youtu.beWhat an irony, lol.
It's been said that Rodrigo Duterte is a man of many contradictions. For one, amid his reported womanizing ways, his city has gone the extra mile to protect women's rights.
Even female inmates of Davao City are given special treatment. CNN Philippines takes us to Davao's women's correctional, dubbed as the "Ray of Hope Village."