President Rodrigo Duterte’s successor should have tried and tested leadership skills, not just a popular politiko, former House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez said Wednesday (September 23).
The suggestions of Vice President Leni Robredo to improve the government’s pandemic response are being done by the administration, Malacañang said Tuesday.
Former socioeconomic planning secretary Winnie Monsod wants President Rodrigo Duterte to resign– even if he’s still physically fit to lead the country.
Senate President Franklin Drilon believes the Social Amelioration Program (SAP) should continue next year as there seems to be no end in sight yet to the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s plan to set up a revolutionary government is not a priority of the administration during the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic, Malacañang said Sunday.
Willie Revillame continues to play coy about rumors that he’s running for public office in 2022 as his efforts to help people affected by the COVID-19 crisis gain media attention.
Cebu Gov. Gwen Garcia stressed tourism activities must reopen as the fight against COVID-19 crisis continues.
Kaya natin ‘to! Senate President Tito Sotto says Filipino people will survive COVID-19 crisis
Online trolls will not make Senator Kiko Pangilinan give up his post as chair of the Senate committee on constitutional amendments. Duterte supporters believe removing him as head of the constitutional panel will pave way to fast track the proposed Charter change to address the COVID-19 crisis.
Special Envoy to China Mon Tulfo reveals the details why Health Sec. Francisco Duque III remains in the Cabinet and who will be replacing the DOH chief.
Vice President Leni Robredo isn’t in favor of replacing Health Secretary Francisco Duque III despite the missteps he has committed in responding to the COVID-19 crisis.
There’s a word war between Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque and PhilHealth chief Ricardo Morales. Morales put on a defiant stance after Roque said it would be better if someone else were at agency’s helm.
The Philippines is still playing catch up with other countries in responding to the COVID-19 crisis because the government dragged its feet in containing the pandemic, Vice President Leni Robredo said Thursday (June 25).
Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) chief Ricardo Morales said Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque is welcome to take his post– if it’s the decision of President Rodrigo Duterte.
Despite the COVID-19 crisis, mayors are back officiating weddings. Instead of asking the groom to kiss the bride, Naujan Mark Marcos tells them – “Apiran na laang!”
The millennial mayor got a unique token of appreciation from two young thoughtful residents of Pasig City named Zoe and Audrey.
Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto III called on private schools Tuesday (June 9) to allow the staggered payment of tuition fees to ease the burden of parents whose incomes may have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
The Quezon City government will provide tablets for 155,921 enrolled junior high school students and 19,810 enrolled senior high school students.
Finance Secretary Sonny Dominguez is confident the historic high of 7.3 million Filipinos who lost their jobs during the lockdown in April will be short-lived.
House Majority Leader Martin Romualdez congratulated his colleagues after the adjournment of Congress last Friday, saying their unprecedented work led to 1,630 bills and resolutions being processed in only 60 session days.
A penchant for finger-pointing at subordinates when things go wrong may net Health Secretary Francisco Duque III a new name, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said Saturday.
President Rodrigo Duterte has revealed why he has a soft spot for Health Secretary Francisco Duque III.
Senator Francis Pangilinan wants to know where the government spent P353 billion in government funds which Congress sourced for the COVID-19 crisis.
Mayor Joni Villanueva used the pails as containers for relief goods disibuted to residents of Bocaue, Bulacan during the COVID-19 crisis.