MANILA -- Vice President and anti-drug czar Leni Robredo agreed to keep "Oplan Tokhang" but stressed the campaign must undergo a "retooling", the country's top cop said Thursday.
House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano is dismayed that the administration’s anti-drug campaign, named Oplan Tokhang, is turning into an “Operation All Talk” with Vice President Leni Robredo as the drug czar.
Malacañang said it is open to the suggestion of Vice President Leni Robredo to create a new anti-drug campaign that will replace the “Oplan Tokhang” of the Philippine National Police.
Vice President Leni Robredo no longer wants killings to be associated with "Oplan Tokhang," the police-led law enforcement operations conducted as part of the government's war on drugs.
House Deputy Minority Floor Leader Carlos Zarate said Vice President Robredo should formally invite foreign rapporteurs to look into the controversial drug war of the Duterte administration.
House Deputy Minority Floor Leader Carlos Zarate (Bayan Muna Party-list) urged Vice President Leni Robredo to start an inquiry against police officers involved in the deaths of those who were killed under the Duterte administration’s Oplan…
On the State of the Nation Address (SONA) protest grounds, students from the University of the Philippines Diliman College of Mass Communication (UPD-CMC) urged mainstream media to "be brave" in the face of persecution from the…
Ombudsman Samuel Martires has ordered the filing of charges against a policeman for the killing a man during an anti-illegal drugs under “Oplan Tokhang” in 2017.
The Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) said it will comply with the Supreme Court (SC) directive to release “Oplan Tokhang” documents concerning anti-illegal drug operations including those involving the deaths of suspects.
Vice President Leni Robredo has lauded the Supreme Court decision ordering the Office of the Solicitor General to release police documents related to "Oplan Tokhang," the administration's campaign against illegal drugs.
Malacanang said it welcomes the Supreme Court's decision to release all police reports on "Oplan Tokhang" to the petitioners in a case questioning the legality of the Duterte administration's anti-drugs campaign.
Senator Manny Pacquiao supports former Philippine National Police chief Ronald "Bato" Dela Rosa's plan to continue "Oplan Tokhang" if he wins as senator.
The Philippines' re-election to the United Nations Human Rights Council shows President Rodrigo Duterte was correct in waging a brutal war against drugs and criminality, Malacañang said Saturday (October 13).
President Rodrigo Duterte has taken a leaf out of the Philippine National Police's controversial "Oplan Tokhang" project against illegal drugs in going after companies that practice labor-only contracting.
Philippine National Police Director General Ronald dela Rosa does not see why so e sectors were making a lot of fuss about the grant of subpoena powers under public Act (RA) 10973.
After initially criticizing the Philippine National Police's "Oplan Tokhang," President Rodrigo Duterte said the United States is now copying the government's flagship campaign against illegal drugs.
The end does not justify the means.
Senator Win Gatchalian on Monday said if the “Tokhang” process is done correctly, drug users will be encouraged to drop their addiction.
Sen. Panfilo Lacson on Monday questioned the "weekend holiday" for the Philippine National Police's revamped "Oplan Tokhang" anti-drug campaign.
THE refusal of the Phil. National Police (PNP) to submit its investigation report on the alleged extrajudicial killings (EJKs) of drug suspects during operations would only mean that they "cannot solve" them.
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque sees nothing wrong with how the Philippine National Police conducted anti-drug operations, even if its “Oplan Tokhang” has been blamed for the rise in killings of suspected criminals.
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon wants the P900 million proposed budget for Oplan Tokhang be used for the housing needs of the Philippine National Police (PNP) following its departure from the drug war.
Senator Risa Hontiveros on Friday called on the public to continue seeking justice on behalf of those who have been unjustly slain under the government’s war on drugs.
Okay lang kung tanggalin ang pondo sa Oplan Tokhang - PNP chief Ronald dela Rosa