About 250,000 people in Manila will go back into lockdown, an official said Monday, as the number of new coronavirus infections in the Philippines surges.
President Rodrigo Duterte
President Rodrigo Duterte really takes after the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, according to this politiko.
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque on Thursday blamed the members of the Malacañang Press Corps (MPC) for President Rodrigo Duterte’s late night televised public addresses.
President Rodrigo Duterte never got his priorities straight according to this politiko.
Filipinos can expect additional bicycle lanes in Metro Manila soon.
Ruffy Biazon was one of the authors who wanted to pass the Anti-Terrorism Bill, but he had a change of heart Wednesday evening.
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque vowed that President Rodrigo Duterte and his team will be reviewing the provisions of the Anti-Terrorism Bill before any attempt to sign it into law, but Tom Villarin said this is just lip service.
Puwersa ng Bayaning Atleta party-list Rep. Jericho Nograles on Tuesday sought to allay fears about the Anti-Terrorism Bill, saying the measure would in fact help activists pursue reforms in society.
Bayan Muna party-list on Monday assailed President Rodrigo Duterte’s “obsession” with centralizing powers on itself through the passage of a draconian Anti-Terrorism Bill instead of prioritizing its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Bayan Muna party-list Rep. Carlos Zarate and Bayan Muna chairman Neri Colmenares on Friday condemned the arrest of salesman Reynaldo Orcullo for calling president Duterte “gago" or stupid on social media.