President Rodrigo Duterte seems intent on changing the name of the Philippines.
The proposal to change the name of the Philippines to “Maharlika” is "silly" and "unwieldy," said senatorial candidate Serge Osmeña.
President Rodrigo Duterte has defended his suggestion to change the Philippines' name to Maharlika amid criticism that it's unnecessary.
Makabayan senatorial candidate and Bayan Muna chairman Neri Colmenares on Wednesday expressed misgivings about President Rodrigo Duterte’s proposal to change the name of the Philippines to “Maharlika.”
Goodbye Philippines, hello Maharlika. Senator Panfilo Lacson has rallied behind President Duterte's proposal to change the country's name to Maharlika. Lacson said the Philippines, named after King Philip II of Spain, only reminds!-->!-->!-->!-->!-->…
President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday expressed intent to rename the Philippines to "Maharlika." MaguindanaoRepresentative Gary Alejano
Instead of feting women on International Women's Day, presidential spokesman Harry Roque Jr continued to insult at least two prominent female personalities who are critical of the administration of President Duterte and his drug war.
Presidential spokesman Harry Roque Jr sought out philanthropist Loida Nicolas Lewis to donate $1.5-million to his kitty in a bid to match the move of the Omidyar executives who gave the same amount to online news site, Rappler.
For Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, there's no better role model for Filipinas than Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson.
Presidential spokesman Harry Roque's true colors when it comes to money seems to have shown after he expressed interest over the $1.5-million donated by Omidyar executives to the bosses of online news site, Rappler, which is now facing…