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Rappler compiles the following highlights of President Rodrigo Duterte's second State of the Nation Address
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President Rodrigo Duterte's second SONA ran for about two hours – with a huge chunk of it unscripted
President Rodrigo Duterte calls the University of Oxford, which released a study about social media manipulation, 'a school for the stupid people'
Read the wide range of policy issues that President Rodrigo Duterte covers in both his prepared speech and his off-script comments
President Rodrigo Duterte cites the victories in his administration's infrastructure initiatives during its first year in office
The President tells Senator Angara to 'watch out in the elections' after noticing the legislator did not clap on his request for the passage of the tax reform bill
President Rodrigo Duterte puts some people and institutions on the spot in his SONA 2017
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Protesters by the thousands walked kilometers to Batasan, demanding the change they did not see realized in President Duterte's first year
President Rodrigo Duterte also hails the Alternative Learning System – considered the 'centerpiece' of basic education under his administration
The Philippine President says there are already talks to get the joint development of oil and gas started
'I am not Marcos. I may not be as brilliant as Marcos, but definitely I am more attuned to my values in life,' President Rodrigo Duterte says in a news briefing after his State of the Nation Address
President Rodrigo Duterte reiterates in his SONA that the 'essence' of the death penalty is retribution for the victims of heinous crimes
The entertainment figure and daughter of former president Cory Aquino lists down the points she agrees with in President Rodrigo Duterte's address
President Duterte says he has the final say on whether or not to allow cops and soldiers to be probed by the Commission on Human Rights or the Ombudsman
President Rodrigo Duterte says the money will fund rebuilding efforts in war-torn Marawi, and also in Ormoc City which was struck by a strong earthquake
'No findings of cancer of any kind, cardiac problem or any other malignancy,' says the communist leader
'TRO is the bane of efficiency,' President Rodrigo Duterte says in his State of the Nation Address, where Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno was a guest
Analysts say the SONA was a missed opportunity for the President to lay out policy statements and his administration's development plans
Ahead of President Duterte's second State of the Nation Address, MovePH asks the public to help shed light on the untold stories of the nation through the #StoryofTheNation campaign
President Rodrigo Duterte says he will continue his war on drugs despite pressure from international human rights groups and other institutions
(UPDATED) Magrespetuhan tayo. Huwag 'nyo ako i-ambush,' President Rodrigo Duterte says as he faces protesters outside the Batasan after his State of the Nation Address
In his second State of the Nation Address, President Rodrigo Duterte warns all mining operations and contractors 'to refrain from the unbridled and irresponsible destruction of our watersheds, forests, and aquatic resources'
Asked if she will be attending the tobacco funds probe the next day, Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos says, 'I have no idea. Pine-pray over ko pa'
'They are ours. They belong to the Philippines,' President Duterte tells the US in his SONA 2017, with the American ambassador in the audience
Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug says politicians should organize in the grassroots if they want political reform
In his second State of the Nation Address, President Rodrigo Duterte lambasts NDF consultants for allegedly using the peace talks to travel in Europe like 'tourists'
(UPDATED) In his second SONA, the President goes off script and resurrects an old issue against Rappler
Despite criticism over the drug war, President Rodrigo Duterte continues to enjoy majority approval and trust among Filipinos one year into his term
Stop ‘because the alternative is either jail or hell,’ President Rodrigo Duterte tells those involved in illegal drugs in his second State of the Nation Address
The stock price of Dennis Uy's Phoenix Petroleum increased about 92% from July last year, while Ongpin-associated Philweb's stock price fell 46.3%
(UPDATED) See what Heart Evangelista, Jinkee Pacquiao, and other officials and their partners wore to the SONA 2017
As President Duterte delivers his second SONA, Marawi evacuees say they want to go home
'It will be a conflict of interest for many legislators who are connected to business interests in mining and gambling'
Any human behavior can be explained, and any ethical lapse can be granted its internal logic. But you need to know when to draw the line.
Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III says 'the most' the Senate can do – as a 'gesture of friendship' to the House which had already passed its version – is to discuss the administration measure
Senate President talks about an agenda that will, among others, ease the burden of working and middle class Filipinos
Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez admits that the previous House session was marked with unprecedented challenges
(UPDATED) Speaker Alvarez presents this year's House agenda
Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III says the chamber will also prioritize the passage of the Bangsamoro Basic Law, anti-terrorism measures, and universal healthcare
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At no other time in recent Philippine history has reality been so torn apart by polarized views toward a sitting president
Follow Rappler’s live coverage of President Rodrigo Duterte’s second State of the Nation Address on July 24, 2017 at Batasang Pambansa
As Ramon Ang aggressively expands his businesses, he stays on the good side of President Rodrigo Duterte through his philanthropy and campaign donations
Presumption of regularity should not be the benchmark in ascertaining the truth or falsity of the factual assertions in the President’s report, especially if there are indications based on neutral news reports that some of the facts presented by the President are simply not true
President Rodrigo Duterte does not lag far behind most of his predecessors when it comes to laws passed during their first year in office