Rappler's latest stories on political opposition
'Gusto ko sana ipakita na ang mabuting leadership ay na-a-achieve 'pag mag-adhere ka sa prinsipyo na nirerespeto mo ang dissenting opinions,' says Vice President Leni Robredo
On Thursday, September 13, Rappler sits down with Vice President Leni Robredo to discuss what she thinks the government should do to address the plight of the poor and the role the opposition should play now
(UPDATED) Dingdong Dantes is among the names being considered by the opposition, according to Liberal Party president and Senator Francis Pangilinan
(UPDATED) 'Gagawin natin ang lahat para hindi patuloy ang ganitong uri ng pagpapahirap para lang isilensyo ang ating mga gustong sabihin,' says Vice President Leni Robredo
The Vice President will not oppose just anything and everything about the Duterte administration, but she will be the unifying force of dissent
It is in the voting precincts, not on Twitter or Facebook, where voters shake things up. Will the 2019 elections be game changing or make us slide faster to the kangkungan?
Administration critic Senator Antonio Trillanes IV says he is willing to take a step back and give Vice President Leni Robredo 'the space that she needs to deliver the message to the people'
Watch the midday newscast with Mara Cepeda
The ousted chief justice calls on Tindig Pilipinas to join with other forces, but Senator Hontiveros says they still have a fundamental difference with the Left
(3rd UPDATE) 'Craven old man Putin thinks he is a tsar,' Navalny says on Twitter ahead of the demonstrations. 'But he is not our tsar.'
'Being in the military service is not about you. It is about the institution. It is about the country. It is about the people we serve and secure,' newly retired AFP chief General Rey Leonardo Guerrero reminds the officers of the Philippine military
Watch the interview with Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon on Rappler
Rappler editor at large Marites Vitug says politicians should organize in the grassroots if they want political reform
The Vice President cannot risk completely disengaging from government Her access to the President and Cabinet members can advance her pro poor agenda
Asahang hindi sa lahat ng panahon ay mamamayagpag ang kasinungalingan ang poot diskriminasyon pagkakahati hati
Her biggest challenge lies in leading the entire pro democracy movement to reclaim the nation’s democratic ideals that are being eroded slowly by the administration’s authoritarian tendencies
Vice President Jejomar Binay does not entertain questions from journalists after his 10 minute speech explaining why he resigned from the Aquino Cabinet
I became an obstacle to their ambitions While they are persecuting me they allow their party mates to go on with the DAP and the PDAF of their allies party mates and friends
UPDATED Vice President Jejomar Binay mobilizes for 2016 amid a corruption scandal hounding him and his family
House raids bugging devices threats violence and demeaning posters are just a few things Vladimir Putin s critics have faced while trying to run for city parliament in the Russian capital