Malacañang on Saturday, June 3, urged the public to be mindful against speculations about the incident in Resorts World Manila.
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The Palace wishes to announce that President Rodrigo Roa Duterte will not proceed with his scheduled visit to Japan next month to address the 23rd Nikkei International Conference on the Future of Asia.
DUTERTE ADMINISTRATION MOVES FORWARD While the government has launched a series of offensives to clear Marawi City of Maute rebels, the rest of the Duterte administration remains focused in its avowed goal of bringing prosperity for all.
President Rodrigo R. Duterte maintains a two-track approach to our relationship with PROC; one, to grow our healthy economic, trade and investment relationships, and to ensure that our arbitral rights in the WPS are not compromised, more so now through the newly established bilateral consultation mechanism to manage disputes in the area.
For almost a year now, our people have witnessed the Cabinet Secretaries set the pace in transforming the executive branch into a trustworthy and compassionate government that ensures services are delivered swiftly and without delay.
The House has declared the impeachment complaint filed by Congressman Gary Alejano against PRRD as insufficient in substance; we maintained that it was from rehashed, trumped up charges aimed at undermining the duly constituted government.
The campaign vow of the President to rid society of drugs, criminality and corruption is part of his overarching goal to build a progressive and inclusive nation where Filipinos enjoy a comfortable life.
The numbers are out and they are encouraging.
We acknowledge The Asia-Pacific Countries with Special Needs Report 2017 of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) showing that the Philippines is ranked 24th out of 41 Asia and the Pacific countries in terms of access to infrastructure.
The President reiterates that he does not doubt the integrity of the Senate and the House of Representatives.
Presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella announced on Tuesday, May 9, that the Philippine manufacturing sector remains the second best performing economy among ASEAN countries.
Today, May 8, the first batch of human rights victims under the administration of former President Ferdinand Marcos, will receive compensation.
Today, May 8, the Philippine delegation highlights our significant achievments in upholding and protecting human rights.
Congratulations to the 3,747 examinees who passed the 2016 Bar Examinations.
The Social Weather Survey showed a 2% drop of families experiencing involuntary hunger in the past three months; that is, 11.9% in the First Quarter of 2017 compared to the 13.9% in Last Quarter of 2016
We recognize the New York Times’ right to opinion, however, we have a clear disagreement with the newspaper’s April 25 editorial, “Let the World Condemn Duterte,” which was based on a complaint filed by a lawyer of a self-confessed assassin.
The arrest of PSupt. Maria Cristina Brugada Nobleza who was assigned at the PNP Crime Lab of PRO11 underlines the need for vigilance in the campaign for peace within our borders.
The Palace commends the timely action of our military and police that thwarted the evil plans of some armed lawless elements to sow fear and terror in the province of Bohol.
The March 2017 Pulse Asia Survey reveals that the most urgent national concerns of Filipinos include increasing salaries of workers (43%), controlling inflation (41%), and generation of jobs (39%).
The government of Sweden sees “great” possibilities in trade with the Philippines as it reopened its Embassy in the country earlier this week.
The Duterte administration is exerting efforts in preparing and providing speedy delivery of aids and distribution of employment shelter assistance to victims of calamities, a top Malacañang official said.