GO TO HELL: Duterte tells UN rapporteur

Don’t meddle with Philippine affairs A United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers Diego Garcia-Sayan should not interfere with Philippine affairs, President Rodrigo R. Duterte said Saturday. Duterte made this remark in response to the … Continue reading GO TO HELL: Duterte tells UN rapporteur

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Duterte threatens to arrest ICC prosecutor

President Rodrigo R. Duterte has threatened to arrest an International Criminal Court prosecutor if she “exercises any proceedings” in the country, noting that the Philippines was no longer a member of the ICC. “But what is your authority now? If … Continue reading Duterte threatens to arrest ICC prosecutor

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Bato thanks PRRD for PNP chief stint

  Outgoing Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Ronald dela Rosa reiterated his gratitude to President Rodrigo R. Duterte for giving him an opportunity to serve at the helm of the PNP. In his speech during the testimonial parade in … Continue reading Bato thanks PRRD for PNP chief stint

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DUTERTE: Drug war until the last day of my term

I would not allow drug syndicates and organized crime groups to destroy the young generation of the country President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday reiterated his promise to finish his campaign against illegal drugs until his last day in Malacanang, with … Continue reading DUTERTE: Drug war until the last day of my term

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ROQUE: President will not tolerate abuses by PNP

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque on Tuesday reiterated that President Rodrigo Duterte would not tolerate any abuses by members of the Philippine National Police (PNP), following a news report criticizing anew the government’s campaign against illegal drugs. Referring to a video … Continue reading ROQUE: President will not tolerate abuses by PNP

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NO MORE EXTRAJUDICIAL KILLINGS IN DUTERTE WAR ON DRUGS?

DUTERTE PUTS END TO BLOODY POLICE CAMPAIGN VERSUS DRUGS BY ROGER M. BALANZA There is an upside to the case of a South Korean businessman allegedly linked to illegal drugs who was kidnapped for ransom but eventually killed by elements … Continue reading NO MORE EXTRAJUDICIAL KILLINGS IN DUTERTE WAR ON DRUGS?

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