Bangon Marawi Press Briefing and Press Briefing with Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque

Armed Forces of the Philipines (AFP) Spokesperson Brigadier General Bienvenido Datuin, during the Bangon Marawi press briefing in Malacañang on April 20, 2018, runs down the various accomplishments by the Joint Engineer Task Group Builder including the clearing of 20 kilometers of primary and secondary roads as well as one school and three places of worship, completion of 50 temporary shelters, and their assistantce in the housing projects. YANCY LIM/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO
Trade and Industry Undersecretary Zenaida Maglaya, during the Bangon Marawi press briefing in Malacañang on April 20, 2018, announces that the DTI has provided livelihood programs for the Marawi Ciy residents. This includes starter kits such as sewing machines, cooking utensils, carpentry tools, sari-sari stores, eateries, bakeries and tricycles. She added that they have also provided loans amounting to P6-million for the soldiers. Also in the photo is Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)-12 Director Bai Taha. YANCY LIM/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO
Office of Civil Defense Assistant Secretary Kristoffer Purisima, during the Bangon Marawi press briefing in Malacañang on April 20, 2018, announces that they have been conducting consultations with various stakeholders and the residents of Marawi City on the rehabilitation of the 24 severely damaged barangays. The discussion include, timeline for the return of our internally displaced persons; competing land claims; locations of proposed public infrastructure and specifications. YANCY LIM/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, in a press briefing in Malacañang on April 20, 2018, clarifies that labor-only contracting is already prohibitied by the existing Labor Code. YANCY LIM/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, in a press briefing in Malacañang on April 20, 2018, reiterates that the government does not exercise and tolerate extrajudicial killings and that the government is simply doing what it should do within the bounds of law to combat the ill effects of illegal drugs. YANCY LIM/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO