President Rodrigo Duterte is not wavering from his stand that the International Criminal Court has no jurisdiction over him.
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President Rodrigo Duterte believes that Senator Leila de Lima must be so frustrated for failing to jail him for human rights abuses or illegal drugs that he is practically living rent-free in her brain.
TACLOBAN CITY – Administration senatorial bet Francis Tolentino said the formal withdrawal of the Philippines from the International Criminal Court (ICC) has no serious implication for the country.
Malacanang believes there might be a conspiracy among international organizations to weaken the government of President Rodrigo Duterte.
Defending the bloody war on drugs merits being prosecuted by the court.
Magdalo partylist Rep. Gary Alejano on Saturday accused Malacañang of deceiving the Filipino people in claiming that the International Criminal Court violated the complementarity rule by investigating President Rodrigo Duterte.
Bayan Muna partylist Rep. Carlos Isagani Zarate warned on Wednesday that President Rodrigo Duterte's withdrawal from the Rome Statute was a "grave setback to human rights and accountability."
Not so fast. ACT Teachers partylist Rep, Antonio Tinio said President Rodrigo Duterte's announcement that he is withdrawing the Philippines as a state party to the Rome Statute would not save him from being prosecuted for crimes…
Akbayan partylist Rep. Tom Villarin welcomed on Thursday the move of the International Criminal Court based in the Hague, Netherlands to launch a preliminary examination on extrajudicial killings of drug suspects in the Philippines.