Rappler's latest stories on campaign promises
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.
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
Take a look at how the P3 35 trillion national budget has been allocated to fulfill some of President Duterte s promises
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?
Vice President Jejomar Binay peddles his vision in vote rich Bicol a day after his voter preference rating sank to its lowest since pollsters held pre election surveys last year
Grace Poe says she will allot a room in Malacañang to closely monitor the security situation in the villages across the country
After winning on the promise of change is PNoy singing a different tune two years later?
But the Corona trial shows that the waiver in the Statement of Assets Liabilities and Net Worth is not enough