Santiago's dismissed drug case on automatic review stems from allegations that PDEA, under his term, illegally sold contrabands seized during operations
Prior to his recent appointment to the Dangerous Drugs Board, retired general Dionisio Santiago chaired the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency
Newly appointed DDB chair Dionisio Santiago is often cited by President Rodrigo Duterte for his '4 million drug addicts' figure
(UPDATED) Six senatorial aspirants present themselves to voters at the 2nd Rappler senatorial debate at UP-Diliman
The exchange on health issues during Rappler's 2nd senatorial debate on Friday, April 15, resonates with netizens who lament the current state of health care
At Rappler's 2nd senatorial debate, 5 candidates pitch for their standard-bearers. An independent, Walden Bello, says who he thinks won't win.
The former PDEA chief says the fight against illegal drugs 'should be everybody’s concern'
In the 3rd round, the 6 senatorial bets are asked questions by netizens and the audience in the UP School of Economics Auditorium
At the 2nd Rappler senatorial debate, 6 senatorial candidates explain how to reconcile adjusting tax rates with ensuring the delivery of quality social services
At the Rappler senatorial debate on Friday, April 15, candidates propose solutions such as accelerating the phaseout of old vehicles, and regulating the number of new cars crowding limited road space
Senatorial candidate Dionisio Santiago, for his part, says everyone wants peace but the BBL has ‘unconstitutional’ provisions
Rappler #PHVote's 'The Leader I Want' series looks at Dionisio Santiago's stand on key issues the next batch of senators will have to address
3 Fridays, 3 schools, 18 candidates to be scrutinized. Rappler goes to the University of the Philippines-Diliman on April 15 for the 2nd of the 3-part senatorial debates.
Asked about same-sex marriages, one of the candidates says the issue is human rights and not religious rights