President Rodrigo Duterte reiterated his demand to the communists to sign a document of a bilateral ceasefire agreement with the government before releasing some 100 political prisoners.
Some residents here are in favor of bringing back capital punishment in the country to curb criminality while others fear the poor will only suffer the backlash under what they dubbed as a “draconian measure” as showed in a random interview conducted by Davao Today.
President Rodrigo Duterte likened the peace process to playing a poker game with the release of the prisoners as his “last card”.
Poor nutrition remains prevalent among children in this city, both government statistics and a church group here claimed.
Private school heads do not welcome the proposed bill that would give eight billion pesos annually to public colleges and universities.
The recent meeting between President Rodrigo Duterte and the leaders of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines yielded positive results, said NDF peace consultant Wilma Tiamzon.
Weeks after the government’s Freedom of Information portal was launched, an anti-Marcos group said it would invoke FOI to request the pertinent documents that approved the burial of former President Ferdinand Marcos at the Heroes’ Cemetery.
President Rodrigo Duterte guaranteed to Communist leaders that he will pursue an independent foreign policy and will revoke the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement with the United States.
The instruction from President Rodrigo Duterte for Vice President Leni Robredo to stop attending all Cabinet meetings starting today was the last straw that made Robredo resign as housing czar.
President Rodrigo Duterte is sensing a “good rapport” with US president-elect Donald Trump after a phone conversation between the two state leaders Friday night.