[PODCAST] Law of Duterte Land: ICC probes drug war. What happens now?

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque's favorite narrative of late when it comes to addressing the International Criminal Court (ICC) investigation is that without cooperation, a case will never progress.

State cooperation is ideal for the ICC, but experts say that the Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) can find other creative ways to collect evidence. They can even obtain information without stepping foot in the Philippines.

Now that the OTP has been authorized to seek evidence to potentially request a warrant of arrest for President Rodrigo Duterte's drug war and the Davao City killings, what happens next?

We talk to Filipino international human rights lawyer Emerlynne Gil, the deputy regional director for research of Amnesty International.

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