Vice President Leni Robredo should only attend Cabinet meetings if the campaign against illegal drugs is on the agenda, Malacañang said Thursday.
Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo
President Rodrigo Duterte will no longer take a few days break, his spokesman said Monday evening.
Filipino journalist Maria Ressa is “exaggerating” when she described the media environment in Philippines as worse than a war zone, Malacañang said on Monday.
Malacañang on Monday expressed condolences for the death of Lucio "Bong" Tan, Jr., president and chief operating officer of PAL Holdings, Inc., who passed away this morning due to brain herniation.
Despite facing mounting opposition, Probinsyano Ako Party-list Rep. Jose “Bonito” Singson flatly rejected calls from oppositors to withdraw a proposed legislation that seeks to extend the probationary employment of workers to two years.
Malacañang admitted Monday that Metro Manila’s traffic problem will remain unresolved under the President Rodrigo Duterte’s watch.
Malacañang believes the government should invest more money on sports.
Malacañang does not view Davao City's request for exemption from Martial Law as special treatment.
President Rodrigo Duterte continues to follow his predecessor's “no wang-wang” policy, Malacañang said.
Malacañang urged those who challenge government officials to experience the daily woes of commuters to provide solutions to ease Metro Manila’s transport problems.
Gabriela Party-list Rep. Arlene Brosas warned that the recent meeting between members of the Ampatuan clan and Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo “does not bode well” with the impending decision in the Maguindanao Massacre case.
De Lima says Panelo looking for scapegoat by blaming GCTA rules for scandal: Pumalpak kasi paglakad…
Senator Leila De Lima has slammed Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo for blaming the Aquino administration for the controversy caused by the release of several heinous crime convicts under the Good Conduct Time Allowance (GCTA) Law.
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra has assured he will carefully study if there is still a possibility to bring back to prison the released inmates convicted of heinous crimes.
Panelo denies role in possible release of convicted rapist-murderer Antonio Sanchez: 27 years ago pa…
Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo has denied having a hand in the impending release of convicted rapist and murderer ex-Calauan, Laguna mayor Antonio Sanchez.
MANILA – Buhay Party-list Rep. Lito Atienza has cautioned the national government after its recent pronouncement over the possible re-implementation Dengvaxia vaccine amid the continuing increase in the number of dengue cases nationwide.
An official of the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) has denied allegation of the corruption. Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) chairman and Phisgoc co-vice chairperson William "Butch" said Phisgoc would…
Malacanang is hopeful the bill giving President Rodrigo Duterte emergency powers to solve the traffic crisis in Metro Manila can withstand congressional scrutiny.
Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles admits seeming contradictions among Cabinet officials on the verbal agreement between the Philippines and China, allowing the Chinese access to the country’s exclusive economic zone.
President Rodrigo Duterte has called for an immediate resumption of the barter trade activities between the Philippines and Malaysia.
If it wants to enter into a joint investigation into the sinking of a Philippine fishing boat by a Chinese vessel, the Philippine government should at least make sure the issues of sovereignty and territorial integrity are addressed.
Despite the recent entry of large volume of dangerous drugs through the Bureau of Customs, Malacanang believes the country's security intelligence remains effective in combating the illegal drugs trade.
BACOLOD CITY – Former Presidential Political Adviser and administration senatorial bet Francis Tolentino is amenable to the full disclosure of China-funded projects in the country.
SAN JOSE, Antique – Reelectionist administration bet Sen. Sonny Angara has cautioned against ceding the country’s territorial rights as collateral for loans with the Chinese government.