Robredo, who was elected separately to Duterte and has a frosty relationship with the president, said the thousands of people killed was already too many, with no evidence of a decline in drugs supply or usage.
The vice president of the Philippines on Wednesday accepted President Rodrigo Duterte’s offer of a lead role in his brutal war on drugs, even though she expected to face resistance from an administration
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration has ordered the suspension of all loan and grant talks with foreign governments that backed a United Nations resolution to
Juan Antonio Perez, the head of the Commission on Population and Development (PopCom), explained this meant that couples would likely have a hard time improving their lives if they become parents at a very young age.
President Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte signed an executive order for a sharp reduction of as much as 56 per cent in the maximum current prices of about 120 essential medicines that have gone beyond the reach especially of poor Filipinos, a senior cabinet official revealed on Monday.
President Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte ordered the country’s top diplomat to send a formal notice to the US aimed at ending a defence agreement that allows, among others, the holding of annual “war games” between Filipino and American military forces, according to his spokesman.
President Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte revealed he rejected an attempt of US President Trump and other officials to “save” a defense agreement that allows Filipino and American soldiers to conduct annual “war games” even as the government on Tuesday took the first official step leading to its abrogation.
What is happening to the Philippines is a warning to democracies around the world. More than three years ago, lies laced with anger and hate began to systematically tear our democracy
Murders of environmental activists and land defenders in the Philippines have risen sharply under President Rodrigo Duterte, an international rights watchdog said on Tuesday,
President Rodrigo “Rody” Duterte is under heavy fire from militant groups and Filipino commuters who are experiencing hardships due to what they called a worsening “transport crisis.” The objects of criticisms were the purchase by the Philippine government as confirmed by an official of the purchase from the US of two aircraft — a C295 and a G280 — for a total of $36.9 million.