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Presidential legal counsel Salvador Panelo
Being a member of the Liberal Party didn't stop Quezon City congressman Feliciano "Sonny" Belmonte Jr. from joining President Rodrigo Duterte on his trip to Japan.
President Rodrigo Duterte is claiming that since he started his term in Malacanang, he has made it a point never to call anybody for favors.
President Rodrigo Duterte's legal adviser has criticized former President Benigno Aquino III for doubting the gains of the administration's drug war, saying it was under the latter that the problem worsened.
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon on Thursday (July 6) emphasized that the power to extend martial law rests in Congress. “That is clear from the Constitution. The Constitution says that ‘upon the initiative of the President,…
Senator Francis “Chiz” Escudero on Wednesday rejected Chief Presidential Legal Counsel Salvador Panelo’s proposal for the possible “re-declaration” by President Duterte of his martial law proclamation after the 60-day period expires later…
President Rodrigo Duterte's legal counsel has denied reports he and other Cabinet members have been called for a meeting at Malacañang Friday (June 16) amid rumors surrounding the Chief Executive's health.
President Rodrigo Duterte's legal adviser has sought to allay fears that his declaration of martial law in Mindanao will be used to extend his term or curtail human rights by saying the 1987 Constitution provides enough safeguards against…
Senator Leila de Lima should look at her arrest in a positive light, President Rodrigo Duterte's chief legal adviser said Thursday (February 23).
Presidential Legal Counsel Salvador Panelo may be known as one of the brightest lawyers in the country, but he’s also an excellent singer, too.
What's a little inconvenience in opening your trunks or agreeing to a body search for the sake of public safety?
Abu Sayyaf terror threat is last reason why Duterte declared a state of lawlessness nationwide. Find…
President Rodrigo Duterte declared a nationwide state of lawlessness just hours after the "Black Friday" bomb blast