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President Rodrigo Duterte

Duqueshared that the president is eyeing to name Morales’ replacement within the week in a press briefing in Laguna after the launch of a COVID-19 mega quarantine facility over there. Hopefully will have a new president of PhilHealth within the week. Following Duterte’s advice, Morales resigned to step down because of his medical condition. Duque, who also serves as Chairman of the PhilHealth board, said the President’s office is searching

President Rodrigo Duterte

Here’s something interesting, If President Rodrigo Duterte declares and heads a revolutionary government (RevGov), a veteran elector a lawyer said that Vice President Leni Robredo will become President. In view of this, Romulo Macalintal noted that Duterte ‘s supporters who seek to create a revolutionary government to be also led by Duterte himself -might be in for a major, if not shocking, surprise. He clarified that if Duterte declares and

Neri Colmenares

Bayan MunaParty-list wants to file criminal charges against President Rodrigo Duterte at the International Criminal Court ( ICC) for the recent spate of activist killings. Bayan Muna chairman Neri Colmenares said that Duterte and his administration could be blamed for the death of Negros-based activist Zara Alvarez and other events, as he continued to taunt his critics. According to Colmenares, he encourages Prosecutor Fatou Bensoda, of the International Criminal Court,

President Rodrigo Duterte

Malacañang assured the public that President Rodrigo Duterte health was good adding that the Chief Executive undergoes regular COVID-19 testing while remaining in “perpetual isolation.” He undergoes routine PCR [polymerase chain reaction] studies. He complains about the pain of the swab tests and they think it’s also a requirement of Davao City Mayor Sara whenever he goes back to Davao to meet the requirements of the local government. In a

Corona vaccine

Widespread trials of a COVID-19 vaccine developed by a Russian research institute in the Philippines that take place between October 2020 and March 2021 Malacañang said Thursday even though a government review of previous trials is not yet completed. Russia reported that it approved a coronavirus vaccine named “Sputnik V” in a world-first that raises questions about the vacuum’s pace of development. Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said in a press

President Rodrigo Duterte

For President Rodrigo Duterte, the expectation of a return to normal depends on the creation and delivery of COVID-19 vaccines. In his speeches, Duterte frequently challenged Filipinos to endure coronavirus restrictions as he pinned the nation’s hopes on a vaccine that would help end the pandemic. In a speech, Duterte welcomed Russia’s offer for clinical trials of coronavirus vaccine and offered to be injected as a gesture of appreciation and

President Rodrigo Duterte

President Rodrigo Duterte thanked Russia for an offer to provide a COVID-19 vaccine once it became available late Monday evening. Duterte has repeatedly shared that before a vaccine is created, Filipinoswillhave to comply with authorities implementing quarantine protocols and bear the consequences of the pandemic. He also said that he was very pleased that the vaccine was supplied by Russia and they’re not thinking about any payment or tax. The

President Rodrigo Duterte

Amid a request by President Rodrigo Duterte, the House Committee on Justice on Wednesday started debating bills asking for the resumption of the death penalty for certain heinous crimes, as well as the country’s battle against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. The House panel started hearings on 12 bills on the extremely divisive legislation less than two weeks after Duterte again requested Congress to reintroduce capital punishment by lethal injection

President Rodrigo Duterte

President Rodrigo Duterte’s remarks to the front liners about their supposed “revolution” originated from a song in the musical “Les Miserables” sung by government critics. Duterte’s, in a taped speech on Sunday, told the front liners not to “demean” the government and threatened to stage a “revolution” against him after they had made public their criticism of the government’s COVID-19 response. Several actors made a version of the “Can You

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Invoking public outrage on Monday President Rodrigo Duterte set his sights on the country’s two dominant telecommunications firms and warned them to form or face expropriation by December. Duterte took a shot at the big business once again in his fifth speech to a congressional joint session and said he would take drastic action against PLDT Smart and Globe Telecom if they didn’t boost their services. In a statement released