Russian President Vladimir Putin called for “pragmatic cooperation” in his New Year wishes to US President Donald Trump, the Kremlin said on Saturday.
Nobel laureate Mario Vargas Llosa has joined more than 230 other Peruvian writers in denouncing the pardon issued to former president Alberto Fujimori, who was serving 25 years in prison for rights abuses.
Colombia has shipped around 50 tonnes (55 tons) of ham to Venezuela after protests broke out over shortages of the traditional holiday staple, an official said Saturday.
The House committee on constitutional reform has chosen constituent assembly (Con Ass) as the mode of amending the 1987 Constitution despite the preference of several lawmakers for the convening of a constitutional convention (Con Con).
The goal of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) to overthrow President Rodrigo Duterte only shows that they are truly enemies of the state, Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said.
Senator Migz Zubiri on Saturday said the newly-signed Gift Check Law will remove the “hesitation” to give GCs during Christmas, birthdays, graduations and other gift-giving events.
The deplorable “shoot-first-ask-questions-later procedure” being followed by some incompetent policemen must come to an end.
Senator Grace Poe has expressed hope that the legacy of Dr. Jose Rizal will “remain alive” among Filipinos, especially the youth.
Dr. Jose Rizal was a “millennial” of his time, the Liberal Party (LP) said on Saturday.
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II continues to express his support Roberto Catapang Jr., the whistleblower in the P8.7 billion road right of way (RROW) scam, amid allegations of being the actual mastermind.
Malacañang is elated that nearly all Filipinos are welcoming 2018 with hope.
Police are not the only ones to blame for the deadly Mandaluyong shooting, but also the barangay tanods who fed policemen wrong information, Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said.
Malacañang on Saturday (December 30) expressed its gratitude to the public for the “good” satisfaction rating it gave President Rodrigo Duterte’s Cabinet.
The Malacañang rejected Saturday (December 30) the Person of the Year award for President Rodrigo Duterte, saying the US non-profit who cited him was wrong.
2017 was an epic year for several politiko scions.
Dapat may benepisyo ang gobyerno, tao sa business tax incentives – Senator Franklin Drilon
Mapayapa ang Mindanao sa martial law extension – Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri
Invite all Supreme Court justices to impeachment, not just Senior Justice Teresita De Castro – Dinagat Island Representative Kaka Bag-ao
President Rodrigo Duterte hindi namimilit sa Senado, Kamara – Senator JV Ejercito
Senator Franklin Drilon: Dapat may political will ang President Rodrigo Duterte admin sa tax collection
Charter change at Bangsamoro Basic Law, pagsasabayin na lang – Majority Floor Leader Representative Rodolfo Fariña
President Rodrigo Duterte and Vice President Leni Robredo showed all was well between them when they met for the commemoration of Dr. Jose Rizal’s 121st death anniversary in Luneta Saturday (December 30).
Ilang congressmen, governors ayaw sa plebiscite provision sa Bangsamoro Basic Law – Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri
Leaders of the House of Representatives said the improved satisfaction rating of the House and Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez was due to “passage of laws that would benefit the majority of Filipino people and the solid performance as a result of the reforms and discipline initiated by the Speaker.”