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President Rodrigo Duterte dismissed the sale of land to beneficiaries of the agrarian reform, stating that he will not honor such agreements. Duterte slammed sugar barons buying and selling parcels of the property back to farmers-beneficiaries as he stressed that such sales would not be recognized. The President reiterated that the law prohibits the sale of land distributed under the land reform program and urged farmers to use the land

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President Vladimir Putin, Rodrigo Duterte, is planned to visit Russia again next month for his “favorite hero” President, Manila, and Moscow. Duterte stated that he had been invited and approved by the Russian President, Vladimir Putin. The second time he visited Russia in the week of October after he cut short his journey in May 2017 because of a terrorist attack in Marawi City, Panelo stated that Duterte would visit

This image is shown Duterte is talking about the delays to pass the proposal of the 2020 budget

President Rodrigo Duterte did not want delayed transition to the national budget of P4,1 billion in 2020. President Salvador Panelo stated that this is why Duterte has certified that the budget is urgently needed. He would like the Congressmen to understand how important it was to pass the budget on time to prevent a renewed delay in its transition last year that caused havoc in the administration’s financial agenda and

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Tuesday, Malacañang slammed the upcoming US premiere of a documentary film tackling the bloody campaign against illegal drugs by President Rodrigo Duterte and advised those planning to watch the film being circumspect. Produced as an on-the-ground look by award-winning filmmakers James Jones and Olivier Sarbil, “On the Orders of the President”. Through the spokesperson for Duterte, Salvador Panelo, the Palace criticized the documentary film as being “overdramatized” and packed with


The National Investigation Bureau detained Friday Sen. Leila De Lima’s supposed nephew and former assistant, her co-accusedin 2 drug instances, his lawyer said after 2 years in hiding. His lawyer Raymund Palad said Jose Adrian Dera, who supposedly conspired with De Lima to sell illegal drugs at Muntinlupa’s domestic penitentiary, was detained in his Pampanga province home. Dera was also charged with orchestrating the detention of the latter’s daughter on


President Rodrigo Duterte’s anti-corruption task force instructed Philippine Charity Sweepstakes board member Sandra Cam Wednesday to send proof that she claims the agency would demonstrate corruption. The Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission would issue a memorandum toCam on Wednesday to send PCSO corruption records.Cam previously said she was prepared to present PCSO corruption records to lawmakers as she suspected the participation of the agency’s high-ranking officials. Cam herself was charged with bribery


President Rodrigo Duterte considers no issue with the furlough request made by Sen. Leila de Lima to visit her ailing mother, his former personal assistant Sen. Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go said Tuesday.   “President Rodrigo Duterte said he would have no objection if the judiciary allowed Sen. Leila de Lima to see her mother,” Go’s office said in a declaration. Raymond Baguilat, a lawyer from De Lima, said previously that


On Thursday, President Rodrigo Duterte said he sees nothing wrong with China’s proposal to share oil resources in the West Philippine Sea as long as Manila receives the larger share. The president is planned to travel to China later this month— the fifth time since he took office in 2016—to discuss maritime problems with president Xi Jinping. Duterte said he planned to follow the sharing agreement as he brought Manila’s


Foreign Secretary Teodoro “Teddy Boy” Locsin Jr. said Wednesday that the Philippines has already lodged a diplomatic protest against China’s latest “swarming” activity in the disputed waters. Earlier in the day, National Security Advisor Hermogenes Esperon said it was the inter-agency task force of the country that made the suggestion to lodge the protest.The safety advisor said intelligence is looking into the activity, stating the “swarming” activity could be a

More tax reforms 'possible' this year, analyst says

The remaining tranches of the tax reform program of President Rodrigo Duterte are likely to be approved this year as they are less “complex” than the first package. The acceleration and integration tax reform or TRAIN, which reduced private revenue tax rates and increased responsibilities on vehicles, fuel and sugar-sweetened beverages, was introduced in 2018. The second tranche, which seeks to reduce corporate income taxes and rationalize incentives, is still