"Our obligation to bring them to justice pronto", Locsin said on Twitter.
DFA has protested the presence of Chinese survey ships in Philippine waters. A security officer later found Kang's body handcuffed and sprawled across the street. Unless opposition wants to thank Chinese triads.
"The third is a framework agreement between the DoF and Cidca (China International Development Cooperation Agency) that spells out the process wherein we can take out reminbi loans from China", he added. FAILURE TO BRING THE KILLER TO JUSTICE-like failure to off the cops who kidnapped a Korean, strangled & cremated him, flushed his ashes in a PNP toilet then demanded ransom from unwitting widow is sign of failed state.More news: Disney Exploring Sequel to Live-Action 'Aladdin'
The response comes after the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines released a statement late last week expressing its concerns over the proposed transfer of Chinese workers to the self-contained hubs, located in Clark and Cavite, and warned against the illegal inducement of Chinese citizens to gamble either online or in Philippines land-based casinos.
Malacañang then ordered the Philippine National Police to conduct an investigation.
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The incident in Las Piñas happened after the Chinese embassy in Manila reported abuses being committed against Chinese workers in the online gambling industry.
The embassy said offshore gaming operations in the Philippines have led to crimes and social problems in China.
Mr. Panelo again urged foreign workers to report employers who violate Philippine laws.More news: Jamie Chadwick celebrates inaugural W Series title win!
The Department of Finance earlier said the government may be losing an estimated P32 billion in uncollected income taxes a year from some 138,000 foreign workers, mostly Chinese, in POGOs.