President Duterte would rather focus on governing the country rather than “play politics” in the House Speakership race, Malcañang said. The post Palace: Duterte won’t play politics in Speakership race appeared first on Inquirer News.
President Duterte has publicly declared he is no longer inclined to push for federalism, but still wants the 1987 Constitution revised. The post Duterte: ‘If you do not want federalism, fine, but change constitution’ appeared first on Inquirer News.
The military said Tuesday it is open to Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte’s proposal of exempting Davao City from the Mindanao-wide martial law. The post Military open to Inday Sara’s pitch to exempt Davao City from martial law appeared first on Inquirer News.
Former Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Secretary Albert Del Rosario “created his own problem, his own mess,” Malacañang said Tuesday. The post Palace: Del Rosario ‘created his own problem, his own mess’ appeared first on Inquirer News.
Senator-elect Imee Marcos said on Tuesday after the orientation at the Senate that “it’s like the first day of school.” The post After Senate orientation, Imee Marcos quips: ‘It’s like the first day of school’ appeared first on Inquirer News.
MANILA, Philippines — Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. should be charged for calling Vice President Leni Robredo “boba” (stupid). The post Pangilinan wants Locsin charged for calling Robredo ‘boba’ appeared first on Inquirer News.
Neophyte senators and their staff attended the Senate's mandatory seminar on Tuesday prior to their official assumption of office in July. The post LOOK: Neophyte senators attend orientation appeared first on Inquirer News.
Four neophyte senators attended on Tuesday a briefing on the legislative processes at the Senate.The four are Senators-elect Francis The post 4 neophyte senators attend Senate orientation appeared first on Inquirer News.
Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon was saddened by the revocation of all courtesy diplomatic passports to former envoys. The post Drilon: Looks like we’re taking China’s side appeared first on Inquirer News.