2017 has been one heck of a year for Philippine politics. From the declaration of martial law, to rigodon in the drug war and word wars in and out of Congress' halls, Filipinos have been shocked and amused at politikos' antics.
China's top legislative body decreed Wednesday that Chinese officials could enforce mainland law in part of a new railway station in Hong Kong, despite protests that this would erode the city's autonomy.
President Rodrigo Duterte hasn't forgiven former senator Francisco Tatad for claiming he flew to China just before the new year for cancer treatment.
President Rodrigo Duterte has scoffed at former senator Francisco Tatad’s claim that he spent the first few days of 2017 at a cancer hospital in China.
Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III has denied the report that President Rodrigo Duterte visited a cancer hospital in China in the first few days of 2017.