Senator Bam Aquino on Friday (April 28) joined the snowballing call to punish the police officers behind the arrest and detention of drug suspects in a “hidden cell” of a police station in Manila.
Senator Panfilo Lacson on Friday (April 28) urged President Duterte to reconsider his decision not to include in the agenda of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit the Arbitral Tribunal’s ruling on the West Philippine Sea.
Senator Leila de Lima on Friday (April 28) said that the discovery of a secret cell in a police station in Tondo, Manila, where 12 persons were packed together like animals, mirrors the complete breakdown of the rule of law in the country.
Ahead of their formal bilateral talks in Malacanang, President Duterte has thanked Indonesian President Joko Widodo in advance for extending the stay of execution of Filipina worker Mary Jane Veloso in Jakarta.
Between the two of them, Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II said that Charlie “Atong” Ang is the real illegal gambling protector.
Duterte declares April 27 as Lapu-Lapu Day
Kabayan Partylist Rep. Harry Roque on Friday called for a congressional investigation into the illegal detention of about a dozen drug suspects in a secret jail cell behind a bookshelf at the Manila Police District (MPD) Station 1 in Tondo, Manila.
Duterte hits Inquirer anew: ‘Crusader kuno. T*** i** ‘yun pala crony rin…’
President Rodrigo Duterte has urged world leaders to exercise patience and refrain from taking any rash action amid the tense situation at the Korean peninsula over the standoff about its nuclear and missile programs.
President Rodrigo Duterte and Indonesian President Joko Widodo are expected to sign a Memorandum of Understanding focusing on agricultural cooperation and a joint declaration on sea connectivity after a meeting Friday afternoon in Malacañang.
Instead of throwing questions at President Rodrigo Duterte, members of the media found themselves being grilled by the Chief Executive on the corruption in the industry.
Like most President Rodrigo Duterte allies in government, Justice Secretarry Vitaliano Aguirre II branded the International Criminal Court (ICC) case against the former as part of a destabilization move.
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II wants to know who is behind the filing of an International Criminal Court (ICC) case against President Rodrigo Duterte, if only to hold them accountable for their actions.
Of the pantheon of Filipino heroes, Bayan Muna Rep. Carlos Zarate picked the likes of Lapu-Lapu and Andres Bonifacio as the ones who are worthy of emulation by young Filipinos.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit may provide a chance to have China comply with an international tribunal’s decision favoring the Philippines in a territorial dispute, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said Friday.
Department of Justice (DOJ) Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II has dared gambling operator Charlie “Atong” Ang to file criminal charges against him.
The Philippine National Police leadership should lose no time in resolving the controversy involving a so-called hidden cell inside the Manila Police District Station 1 in Tondo, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said Friday.
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II has expressed dismay over the dragging of his brother, Engineer Ogie Aguirre, into allegations made by gambling operator Charlie “Atong” Ang that he’s involved in small town lottery (STL)-related anomalies.
Gambling lord Atong Ang does not feel safe even with his phalanx of bodyguards and has publicly asked President Rodrigo Duterte for a special protection from what he claimed was a threat on his life by his top Cabinet officials.
Duterte tells media: Masyado kayong bilib sa Amerika
National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr. thinks jueteng lord Atong Ang is a comedian who is out to make people laugh with his claim that top officials of the Duterte administration wanted him killed.
Duterte threatens to block ABS-CBN franchise
The House of Representatives (HOR) has passed a measure at the Committee level that, once enacted, would greatly benefit the lesser fortunate.
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre slammed the cheap tactic used by lawyer Jude Sabio when he included as many as 12 names–that’s more than a football team–in the case filed before the International Criminal Court (ICC).