Malacañang on Tuesday said that while President Rodrigo Duterte may be the most-traveled president in his first year in office, it could not be denied that his foreign trips have also won the country a record-breaking sum in terms of trade…
Piñol has criticized the slow performance of the President’s communication team led by Secretary Martin Andanar and Spokesman Ernesto Abella in delivering the vital information to the public.
Presidential Communications Sec. Martin Andanar downplayed on Wednesday the call of United Nations High Commissioner Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein for the judicial authorities in the Philippines to investigate the statement of President Rodrigo…
The Palace appealed to international news media to present two sides of the stories they generate out of President Duterte's bloody war against criminality that is focused on eradication of illegal drugs.
The Palace has used the unsuccessful bomb attack infront of the US embassy in Manila as justification to place the Philippines under terror alert number 3.
The Palace took a defensive mode on Monday after the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas reported a decline in business confidence in the country in the fourth quarter of the year.
While the Palace has been harping over President Duterte's executive order on Freedom of Information, members of the media were barred on Friday from attending and covering the ceremonial turn over of the FOI Manual and the launch of the…
President Duterte skipped the dinner hosted for Asia Pacific Economic Forum in Lima, Peru because he was not feeling well.
President Duterte will be waiting for the recommendation of Environment Sec. Gina Lopez before he takes a plunge on the supporting to the ratification of the 2105 climate change pact at the Senate that limits the carbon emission of…
Presidential Communications Sec. Martin Andanar warned groups working for the ouster of President Duterte that the government is monitoring certain individuals who could be behind the moves.
The Palace reiterated on Monday that President Duterte and his administration are not condoning the summary executions of drug suspects in the country.
President Duterte ‘was not capable’ of ordering the bombing of a mosque in Davao City and the killing of Muslims, Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said on Thursday.
President Rodrigo Duterte's disclosure of the names of government officials allegedly linked to illegal drug trade is proof that there are no sacred cows in the government's campaign against illegal drugs, Malacanang said Sunday.
Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar on Sunday said the presidential task force on media killings will also look into past cases that have remained unsolved.