Rappler's latest stories on Duterte spokesman
President Rodrigo Duterte's newest spokesman is a multi-awarded public speaker who just passed the Bar Exams
'Sometimes, these feminists are really a bit OA,' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque
The contracts of some PCOO personnel, including those belonging to a transcribing division, are not renewed this year because the country is no longer the host of ASEAN
'We see no reason why Congress will not give its usual support to this initiative of the Chief Executive,' says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque
If the International Criminal Court violates the principle of complementarity, the Philippines may have to 'reassess its commitment to the Court,' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque in an ICC assembly of state parties
The Presidential Spokesman might bring up the possibility of the Philippines withdrawing from the ICC in his December 7 speech
Roque's first month as spokesman shows he enjoys better access to President Rodrigo Duterte than his predecessor, a boon to the media and the public
Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque says the worst that can happen to those vaccinated with Dengvaxia with no prior dengue infection is fever and bruising, if they contract dengue at all
'Move on na po tayo,' Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque says in response to fears of the opposition that President Rodrigo Duterte would declare a revolutionary government
After the UN human rights chief condemns Duterte's threat to slap Agnes Callamard, Malacañang says the President should not be judged for his 'colorful language'
Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque says the concurrent position will help ensure that the Philippine government protects human rights, 'especially the right to life'
Did Malacañang verify the letter? Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque says the process had already been 'overtaken' by Dionisio Santiago's resignation.
'I think it is better left to the PCOO to address,' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque
Starting November 16, the Presidential Spokesperson's Twitter and Facebook accounts will be handled by PCOO staff
The Philippine government insists China has assured President Duterte it has no intention to reclaim in Scarborough Shoal
The Presidential Spokesman maintains he has fulfilled Duterte's orders: 'I stated what I think is right, and I stated what I think is true'
A democracy, says Duterte's spokesman, is based on a citizenry that can discuss issues 'in a rational, informed, and peaceable manner'
They ask President Duterte's spokesperson to resign after he said he'd explain to supporters how valuable critical journalism had been to the government and even to Duterte's electoral victory in 2016
The presidential spokesman, known to be eyeing a Senate seat in 2019, begins his weekly provincial press conferences in vote-rich Cebu City
President Duterte's new spokesman says the signal in his house is so bad, he is forced to take media calls in his garage, clad in his bathrobe
The fast-talking new presidential spokesman injects his own style into the regular Palace briefing
Incoming Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque says his marching orders from President Rodrigo Duterte is to 'never lie'
The person the incoming presidential spokesman has in mind is a law school student who Roque says is 'better-looking' than him
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque also tells those criticizing him: 'Mamatay kayo sa inggit'
The human rights lawyer clashes with President Duterte on a number of key issues, such as death penalty and lowering of the criminal age of responsibility
'I am not about to explain why I did it,' President Rodrigo Duterte tells reporters when asked why he appointed Harry Roque to replace Ernesto Abella
The Presidential Spokesman's staff say it's uncertain if he will be joining President Duterte when he visits Japan next week
The Palace says the Vice President s criticisms suggest a cynical political mindset willing to capitalize on disaster
The President s spokesman advises media and the public not to take Duterte s statements literally
The Executive Secretary should issue a written order telling Cabinet appointees apart from official presidential spokesmen to stop talking Senator Franklin Drilon suggests to Communications Secretary Martin Andanar
The unassuming Ernie Abella faces the challenge of imparting the true intentions of the unpredictable President Rodrigo Duterte
In his first 100 days as Philippine president Duterte is likely to continue giving media the cold shoulder in order to focus on work says his spokesman
Duterte’s incoming spokesman former pastor Ernesto Abella says he believes in ‘decency’ in the media
Duterte spokesman Salvador Panelo a former Ampatuan lawyer quells fears that he can influence the incoming president on the Maguindanao massacre case