Expect more lies in 2018 coming from the Duterte administration, the Liberal Party (LP) on Sunday said.
Reynaldo de Guzman
All Filipinos are aware of the Duterte administration’s war on hard drugs, with majority of them or some 88 percent supporting its campaign, revealed a new survey released by Pulse Asia Research Inc. Monday.
Malacañang couldn't help but beam with pride over the results of Pulse Asia’s latest nationwide survey showing President Rodrigo Duterte is still the most approved and trusted government official today.
Majority of Filipinos appreciate the work of Senator Aquilino "Koko" Pimentel III as Senate President, according to Pulse Asia's third quarter survey.
Majority of Filipinos continue to approve of and trust in Vice President Leni Robredo, though her ratings have declined over the past three months, according to the latest Pulse Asia survey.
President Rodrigo Duterte continues to enjoy high trust and approval ratings more than a year into his term, according to the latest survey by Pulse Asia.
The two-digit drop in President Duterte’s approval and trust ratings should serve as “wake-up” call for the Philippine National Police (PNP) to rethink its war on drugs and address the unabated extrajudicial killings of suspected drug…
Not to be outdone, senators from the majority bloc also “excluded” minority colleagues" with their own “version” of a resolution urging the government to stop and resolve all unresolved extrajudicial killings.
The Senate is against the violent death of every Filipino, and will seek justice for its victims, Senate President Koko Pimentel said on Wednesday.
President Rodrigo Duterte has appeared to make light of the recent deaths of three teenagers when he expressed exasperation with the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) for focusing on the killings.
President Rodrigo Duterte has accused Commission on Human Rights (CHR) chairperson Chito Gascon of having ulterior motives in expressing outrage over the recent deaths of three teenage boys.
Deoxyribonucleic acid test on Reynaldo de Guzman cannot be questioned - Senator Panfilo Lacson
Professors from the University of the Philippines Diliman have condemned the recent killings of three teenagers, as they expressed alarm at the looming authoritarian rule that may be imposed by President Rodrigo Duterte.
President Rodrigo Duterte has information on certain personalities that are out to discredit the administration's war on drugs when he said that there were entities out to sabotage it, Malacañang said.
Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez said he supports calls to investigate President Rodrigo Duterte’s claim that the killings of teenage boys Kian delos Santos, Carl Arnaiz and Reynaldo De Guzman are meant to “sabotage” the war on drugs.
There are more good cops in the Philippine National Police, and Vice President Leni Robredo believes they can help save their institution.
No wonder he's been attacking the editorial policy of ABS-CBN News and Philippine Daily Inquirer, the President has hidden aspirations of directing the news himself.
Akbayan partylist Rep. Tom Villarin said President Rodrigo Duterte’s claim that the killings of teen boys Kian delos Santos, Carl Arnaiz and Reynaldo de Guzman, were meant to sabotage the war on drugs was preposterous.
Senator Joel Villanueva gave the thumbs up to Malacanang's announcement re-evaluate President Rodrigio Duterte's war on drugs following the public uproar on the killings of teenagers Kian Loyd delos Santos, Carl Arnaiz and Reynaldo de…
President Rodrigo Duterte believes a massive rally is set to happen one of these days over the brutal killings of three teenagers.
President Rodrigo Duterte has claimed that 19-year-old Carl Angelo Arnaiz, who was killed by the Caloocan City police last August, was his relative, even as he raised the possibility that the recent deaths of three teenagers were meant to…
Malacañang believes the Philippine National Police (PNP) is "rethinking" its approach on carrying out the administration's campaign against illegal drugs after the death of three teenagers in less than a month.
Senator Risa Hontiveros on Wednesday sneered at President Duterte for refuting her assertions that his administration was espousing a culture of impunity in the country.
Sen. Kiko Pangilinan believes the unabated killing of innocent civilians, especially minors, will go on unless President Rodrigo Duterte declares a “cessation” on his war on drugs.