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Once the least trusted among the bets for Speaker, Alan Peter Cayetano works double time to woo House members. His tactics seem to be paying off.
Paano napunta sa ilalim ng kontrol ni Alan Peter Cayetano ang bilyon-bilyong pondo para sa 30th Southeast Asian Games 2019?
The Sports Industry Award Asia's own website says it is ‘endorsed’ and ‘supported’ by the Cayetano-led SEA Games organizing committee
Another gold that the SEA Games can bring – the cautionary tale of entrusting our national pride and coffers to power brokers and slick politicians
The incorporation of the Philippine Sea Games Organizational Committee or Phisgoc becomes controversial within the Philippine Olympic Committee in early 2019
'We report defeats and victories, failures and triumphs,' the Foreign Correspondents Association of the Philippines says
'If it doesn't break the letter of the law, it breaks the spirit of the law,' says constitutional law professor Tony La Viña
A total of eight venues were prepared for the 17 games to be held at the Subic Bay Freeport
'Ang sabi nila dati, almost ready and complete na.... Bakit nangyari ang mga ganito?' says Senator Bong Go, hitting the SEA Games organizers, who are led by House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano
'While we try our best to be patient and understanding, we cannot make any compromise when our athletes are affected directly,' chef de mission Juliana Seow writes PHISGOC chief operating officer Ramon Suzara
(UPDATED) PHISGOC apologizes as poor logistics mar early SEA Games hosting
The New Clark facilities in Tarlac will host only sports: swimming and track and field
However, the designated areas where spectators can ride point-to-point buses to the venue have yet to be identified
PHISGOC chairman Alan Peter Cayetano urges sports officials to keep their issues in the background