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'The last 3 years of my term will be the most dangerous for people into drugs,' says President Rodrigo Duterte in a gathering of mayors
The President says he would arm barangay leaders serious about fighting drugs and would 'intervene' if cases are filed against them over deaths
The participants in the workshop are asked to narrate how their loved ones were killed over and over again until they can tell their stories without stuttering or wailing
The campaign team had no need to purchase data from Cambridge Analytica because of the upswell of support for then Davao City mayor Rodrigo Duterte, says the Palace
Only 35% of Filipinos expect President Rodrigo Duterte to fulfill 'all' or 'most' of his promises. Declines are recorded across areas, socioeconomic classes, and age groups.
'It looks like the claws of authoritarianism have finally pierced the sacred ground the Party has zealously guarded against freebooters, carpetbaggers, and opportunists,' says Davao del Norte 2nd District Representative Antonio Floirendo Jr
Duterte is the first Philippine president in recent history to attend the anniversary of the listing of a company at the Philippine Stock Exchange
This comes after the SWS released a poll showing that up to 52 or majority of Filipinos expect Duterte to fulfill most if not all of his promises
The labor department s dilly dallying is in stark contrast to the President’s consistent and unequivocal stand against contractualization
President Rodrigo Duterte warns his other appointees: Huwag ninyo akong hiyain Pag hiniya ninyo ako hiwalay hiwalay tayo
Take a look at how the P3 35 trillion national budget has been allocated to fulfill some of President Duterte s promises
UPDATED It is a curiosity that nags both sides of the political divide After all Matobato has come out to indict President Duterte himself
Referring to Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos donation President Rodrigo Duterte says Si Imee pa ang nagbigay Sabi niya inutang daw niya
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The President tells soldiers in Nueva Ecija that he has asked Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno to look for a way to raise the money for the promised salary increase
Rappler looks back on Duterte s campaign promises about education health and environment What do experts advocates and members of civil society think about them?
What has President Rodrigo Duterte done in his first month in power to fulfill his campaign promises?
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The man always at the side of Rodrigo Duterte grants Rappler an interview. What is it like being the trusted aide of the president-elect?
Evasco mayor of Maribojoc and a former NPA rebel says he has not yet spoken to Duterte about the offer
Davao City residents are elated about the imminent victory of Mayor Rodrigo Duterte but it will be bittersweet for them too
Senator Alan Peter Cayetano alludes to double standards in the media s treatment of presidential and vice presidential candidates and an alleged conspiracy among the elite and TV networks against the presidential poll front runner
Some amusing things I ve observed about Duterte: he isn t laway conscious and he can be a gentleman
The Davao City mayor reminds businessmen he is willing to copy the best programs of the Aquino administration and even those proposed by rival presidential bets
Duterte says of the rich pastor He donates [gifts] in the name of God para makatrabaho ako para wala akong takot Is he liable for graft?
The Davao City mayor also admits he has a BPI dollar account containing his savings of 5 000
49 year old Felipe Fernando who hails from Nueva Ecija sells souvenirs to express support for Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte
[I told them] to open it on Monday in front of Trillanes and [Atty Sal] Panelo Allow Panelo to explain first the legal ramifications says the Davao City mayor
The presidential bet explains his platform on crime education and health but leaves top businessmen with questions about his economic policies
Duterte s advantage over his rivals with political machinery lies in his emotionally attached supporters say analysts
The presidential bet also proposes to establish a system of banks through which OFWs could channel their remittances
I might have really okayed it but to say I really read it carefully no it just passed through my hands says Duterte about his apology for his rape remarks
UPDATED There was no intention of disrespecting our women and those who have been victims of this horrible crime Sometimes my mouth can get the better of me admits Duterte
A scroll through social media feeds reveals an upheaval as voters weigh in on Rodrigo Duterte s controversial remark about rape
The crass and tough Rodrigo Duterte triggers weekend rage after a video of his joke on rape went viral angering not a few Filipinos and sending his campaign staff to damage control mode
Violence against women and girls is unacceptable anytime anywhere Australian Ambassador to the Philippines Amanda Gorely says
UPDATED I am willing to lose the presidency Do not make me apologize for something which I did which was called for at the moment says the Davao City mayor
Netizens blast the presidential bet for making a tasteless joke
A hysterical crowd fights to be near presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte The mad rush even breaks the glass door to the Lipa City mayor’s office
The presidential bet says leaving the issue of ownership behind can lead to a better deal with China if there is no progress with the international case being pursued by the Philippines
The Davao City mayor says he will raise the drug problem to the level of a national security threat and create a ranger trained division in the army
Brian Poe Llamanzares Sebastian Duterte and Paolo Roxas campaign for the presidential candidates in the same region on the same day
Rodrigo Duterte hopes to convert more voters in Cainta a vote rich town in Rizal province where the reelectionist mayor has endorsed him
Mayor Kit Nieto hosts a campaign rally for Duterte in the vote rich town in a region where Duterte badly needs more support
Jong Mangudadatu former mayor of Buluan in Maguindanao announces his support for Duterte even if members of his family are members of the Liberal Party
Where would he get the funds for such an expensive project? One option he says is China
Duterte jokes about the absurdity of traveling to Mexico with its incidents of drug related crimes The audience reacts because the Mexican ambassador is among them
I do not do that says Duterte about extrajudicial killings after Binay accuses him of being an executioner