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Even President Rodrigo Duterte admits to having been frustrated by his former spokesman's changing plans on running for senator
'Mumultuhin na po kayo ni Miriam Defensor Santiago sa pagkatao ni Harry Roque,' says the former mouthpiece of President Rodrigo Duterte
Going against the advice of President Rodrigo Duterte, Harry Roque decides to run for senator under People's Reform Party
Harry Roque drops his Senate bid and will run for Luntiang Pilipinas partylist representative instead, upon the advice of President Rodrigo Duterte
It's been a crazy week for the presidential spokesman. But will a few days define the course of his 2019?
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Salvador Panelo will serve both as presidential spokesman and chief presidential legal counsel until President Rodrigo Duterte finds a replacement for the latter position
(UPDATED) Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque says the supposed request is 'absolutely false'
President Rodrigo Duterte announces that Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano has plans to seek a congressional post in 2019, prompting him to look for a replacement
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The Presidential Spokesman goes on leave on the week of the filing of candidacy for the 2019 elections
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President Rodrigo Duterte could lose as much as a fourth of his Cabinet members by October 17, if Palace officials' projections are correct
President Rodrigo Duterte offers Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque a new position in his administration but Roque says he needs the weekend to think things over
Malacañang says President Rodrigo Duterte is aware that local officials can't be disqualified from running in the upcoming elections unless they are convicted for crimes or lapses with finality
A 'visibly upset' President Rodrigo Duterte orders an investigation into 23,015 sacks of smuggled rice that had gone missing
(UPDATED) The Commission on Human Rights says the 'blanket act of red-tagging' of the youth may give the military license to infringe on freedoms and rights but Malacañang thinks otherwise
A Cabinet meeting scheduled on the day of the Pagcor event is also moved because President Duterte 'decided to take the day off,' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque
'Let me borrow Secretary Roque's own words. We should not take Roque seriously,' says Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon after the Palace official insisted on the Liberal Party's role in an alleged Duterte ouster plot
Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque responds to the statement of AFP chief General Carlito Galvez Jr that Senator Antonio Trillanes IV applied for amnesty, contrary to the government's position
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Malacañang uses technicalities to once more dispel assertions that President Rodrigo Duterte's remark on extrajudicial killings is an admission to a crime
(UPDATED) 'Even the President complies with the security checks of the airport,' says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque
(UPDATED) 'I don’t think the context there was literal,' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque, rehashing his previous explanations of President Rodrigo Duterte's past controversial statements
An ill-timed trip by the President's economic managers? Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque says the overseas visit also aims to boost the Philippine economy.
Vice President Leni Robredo 'was not among those specifically named to be part of the conspiracy,' says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque
(UPDATED) 'The court has spoken,' says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque after a Makati court ordered the arrest of Senator Antonio Trillanes IV
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque says the rice issue, which is close to the gut, has made Filipinos forget all the other achievements of the Duterte administration
Borrowers only need to bring a photo of their house and their title to annotate their loans, says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque
'We are implementing the law, and the law says there should be reparations paid to victims of Martial Law,' says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque describes as 'routine' the colonoscopy and endoscopy recently undergone by President Rodrigo Duterte
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte 'recalls with fondness the warmth and the hospitality' extended to him by the late Vietnamese president Tran Dai Quang
But asked if President Rodrigo Duterte himself will fire the communications assistant secretary even before the Ombudsman's decision, Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque says, 'As of now, no'
The two Malacañang officials give contrasting responses to the suggestions of former interior secretary Mar Roxas
'Let us not take his word always literally,' Roque said during a September 17 media briefing
'Just enjoy the show, right? Kumbaga if manggigil sila, mainis sila, then I have partly achieved the objective,' adds Senator Antonio Trillanes IV
(UPDATED) A 39-year-old resident from Baguio sustains injuries after his house collapsed due to the typhoon
'Knowing him, (President Rodrigo Duterte) will be the first to go to the affected area as soon as the weather will allow his choppers to take off,' says Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque says President Rodrigo Duterte's 'seeming incitement is also an expression of confidence' that no one would follow Senator Antonio Trillanes IV's example
For Malacañang, President Duterte's new theory can just be part of arguments before the courts but law professor Tony La Viña says if the government wants to make use of this, Proclamation No 572 must be amended to include it
The statement urges then-president Benigno Aquino III to grant amnesty to the soldiers as they already 'suffered the consequences of their actions' and 'paid their dues'
Malacañang can't say what President Rodrigo Duterte will talk about during the press conference set for 3 pm on Tuesday, September 11
Malacañang says President Duterte came up with an order against Trillanes specifically because he was the 'acknowledged leader' of the Oakwood and Manila Peninsula incidents
President Rodrigo Duterte blames US President Donald Trump's trade war with China for inflation back home
Way back when, lawyer Harry Roque urged people to oppose Rodrigo Duterte's presidential candidacy 'because the right to life is the most important of all'
Malacañang says the 6.4% August inflation rate is 'not ridiculously high' and points to other indicators that show a healthy Philippine economy
Nicanor Faeldon and Danilo Lim are Duterte appointees who were also granted amnesty by the previous administration. Will their ties with the President affect the government's review of their amnesty?
President Rodrigo Duterte's decision to void Senator Antonio Trillanes IV's amnesty is 'based on law and on facts,' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque
The potential bets, mostly lawmakers, are introduced during the PDP-Laban Leadership Assembly