Rappler's latest stories on President Aquino
Former Philippine president Benigno Aquino III talks about his realizations a year after office the state of the nation during the first year of the Duterte administration and charges filed against him by the Ombudsman
The amount includes P138 million in unliquidated fund transfers for former president Benigno Aquino III s foreign travels from 2011 to 2015
Can Rodrigo Roa Duterte lead the nation towards promised change?
The Philippines first bachelor president survives the loneliest job in the country without losing his sense of humor
The businesses of Manuel V Pangilinan and Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala performed generally well these last 6 years thanks to a Chief Executive who is a bit hands off an analyst says
The vote for Duterte was in many ways a protest vote It is as one pollster explains an indicator of discontent with the state of things
Throughout his interview with Rappler President Benigno Aquino III is relaxed confident and in good spirits – the picture of a retiring public servant satisfied with a job well done
He is not an actor he says The presidency is not a showbiz performance This is who he is
In 2010 President Benigno Aquino III proposed 10 ways to fix basic education in the country Did he fulfill his campaign promise?
Nakangiti po ako dahil pitong araw na lang po bababa na ako sa puwesto says outgoing President Benigno Aquino III
Whom did President Benigno Aquino III listen to when he had to grapple with policy issues? How was he like to members of the Cabinet? Did he play favorites? How has he evolved in the past 6 years?
Let s take a look at some of the key OFW issues during the Aquino administration and how the government handled it
The President s late father Senator Ninoy Aquino had a rule for the family after Sunday Mass: Ang hindi marunong gumamit ng chopsticks ‘di puwedeng kumain
How did President Aquino s term fare under the social media spotlight?
How did industries fare under the Aquino administration?
President Aquino s economic legacy lies in finally allowing the private sector to flourish while planting the seeds for future generations to enjoy
President Benigno Aquino III promised OFWs that at the end of his administration working abroad will be a choice rather than a necessity Did he deliver?
Ernie Abella will replace Salvador Panelo as presidential spokesperson
UPDATED For the first time President elect Rodrigo Duterte convenes his Cabinet appointees outside Davao City
While the incoming president has already made a mark for himself insofar as presidential firsts are concerned outgoing President Aquino has set records of his own too
The reigning most eligible bachelor of the country is set to end his presidency without a first lady Will private citizen Noynoy have better luck?
Among all the presidents after Martial Law it was Aquino who vetoed the most number of bills followed by President Fidel Ramos
President Benigno Aquino III s chief photographer Gil Nartea shares his photos with Rappler
The passage of the Freedom of Information bill is like a missing puzzle piece in the Aquino administration’s fight against corruption
As the problems snowballed, and the administration remained quiet on telling people what it’s doing, Filipinos have become too angry to appreciate the reforms that, to them, are too little, too late
'My hope is that when I leave office, everyone can say that we have traveled far on the right path, and we are able to bequeath a better future to the next generation'
President Benigno Aquino III looks forward to recharging himself in Tarlac after June 30
President Benigno Aquino III says the Philippines has regained its standing as a worthwhile partner of the international community
Duterte s chief of staff for 7 years Patmei Ruivivar shares lessons and insights about the next president
The Philippines public private partnership thrust faces a stern test Will the Duterte administration continue these stalled projects?
He also says his daily flights to Davao City will only be required during his first few days as president
Growth is expected to slow in the second half of the year as the Philippines transitions to a new president and faces global headwinds
UPDATED Gibo Teodoro clarifies he has yet to decide on Rodrigo Duterte s offer after reports quote the president elect as saying that Teodoro has already declined
Today May 16 Duterte is set to make his first public appearance as the country s next leader
President Benigno Aquino III says Filipino workers at home and overseas have shown that they can compete with the world s best
Aquino also sits beside opposition standard bearer Vice President Jejomar Binay during the PMA graduation rites
And contrary to rumors the independent presidential candidate did not gatecrash the President s birthday party; she was invited
Bearing all the weight that comes with the presidency President Aquino celebrates his last birthday in office
Aside from Sumitomo 5 other banks are poised to set up shop in the Philippines
Saan ka man bumaling sa AFP makikita mo ang malawakang pagbabago na patunay na nasa likod harap at tabi ninyo ang inyong gobyerno at ang mamamayang Pilipino
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How can the public trust a government that cannot provide clear procedures for citizens to know what their government is up to?
The public journal responds to criticisms of partisanship after it posted about President Aquino s endorsement of Leni Robredo as the Liberal Party s VP bet
Aquino also rejects China s calls for a bilateral dialogue saying that any talks should involve other countries that claim parts of the area such as Brunei Malaysia Vietnam and Taiwan
Aquino is expected to talk about the final results of the investigation on the controversial Mamasapano encounter and put to rest any speculations surrounding the death of Malaysian terrorist Zulkifli bin Hir alias Marwan on January 25
The most important lesson I took away from voting in the 2008 US election was to listen study and evaluate the platform of each candidate running for office
Lawmakers have no clear definition of what constitutes a political dynasty But Aquino himself has relatives in public office including his first cousin Senator Bam Aquino
The President says critics cannot just oppose the proposed law that seeks to create an autonomous Bangsamoro region They have to provide alternatives