The two mayors from Iloilo who were on President Rodrigo Duterte’s so-called “narco list” have been cleared by the police before joining PDP-Laban, Malacañang said Monday (January 22).
Davao City 1st district Rep. Karlo Nograles said Thursday (January 19) that revealing the names of the congressmen in House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez's narco-list would be counterproductive.
Vice President Leni Robredo criticized President Rodrigo Duterte anew for threatening mayors during their closed door meeting in Malacañang over the issue of illegal drugs.
Vice President Leni Robredo has expressed hope that President Rodrigo Duterte was only speaking in hyperbole when he threatened to kill mayors included in his latest so-called “narco list.”
President Rodrigo Duterte wants to talk exclusively to mayors who are supposedly involved in the illegal drug trade— but it’s not going to be a friendly conversation.
President Duterte has implicated three more politikos to alleged involvement in the illegal drug trade. At the 2016 Presidential awards for Filipino individuals and groups in Malacanang, the President gave the public a peek into his…
While President Rodrigo Duterte has no qualms revealing the names of politikos allegedly involved in the illegal drug trade, newly appointed Philippine ambassador to the United Nations Teodoro “Teddyboy” Locsin Jr. believes there’s one kind…
President Rodrigo Duterte is blaming the infighting between police and agents for the massive mistake he made in naming former Pangasinan Gov. Amado Espino Jr. and two provincial officials of Pangasinan as part of a drug matrix of…
The regional trial court judge from Agusan del Sur who survived an ambush last Sept. 23 is among the government officials included in the President Rodrigo Duterte’s latest list of government officials allegedly involved in illegal drugs.
The once-vaunted narco-lists of President Rodrigo Duterte may not command such fear as before following the drug matrix slip up.
President Rodrigo Duterte doesn’t believe the credibility of the list of government officials allegedly involved in illegal drugs has been put into question because of Pangasinan Rep. Amado Espino Jr.’s wrongful inclusion.
President Rodrigo Duterte has asked for patience for the delay in releasing the third batch of generals, polices, judges, barangay captain, governors, congressmen and mayors protecting drug lords.
President Duterte has ordered the military to go after about 1,000 personalities in his third Narco-list that counts some town mayors, vice-mayors, local executives and policemen as involved in the drug operations all over the country.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s information about the alleged involvement of politikos and other government officials in the drug trade come from multiple sources, Malacañang said.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s information regarding the politikos allegedly involved in the illegal drug trade did not come from the Philippine National Police, its top boss said Thursday (Sept. 1).
President Rodrigo Duterte sounded regretful over linking some of his politiko friends in the illegal drug trade, but nonetheless clarified that he does intend to screw around in fighting the country's drug problem.