With the renewed relationship that’s growing between President Duterte and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, there is a lot of goodwill that has been going on between the two countries.
Forty-six years ago, President Ferdinand Marcos signed Proclamation 1081, suspending the writ of habeas corpus and declaring martial law, initiating a 14-year reign by the power-hungry and corrupt autocrat. Very quickly Imelda Romualdez Marcos became a center of power in her own right, leading to what pundits described as His and Hers governments.
Two years ago, President Rodrigo Duterte ━ freshly installed as president ━ went on his maiden trip to China, expecting a grand welcome. And yes, indeed, the Chinese gave him a red-carpet welcome with all the fanfare worthy of royal visitors. For four days, he enjoyed the treatment accorded him. Chinese President Xi Jinping welcomed […]
Totoo kaya ang mga deklarasyon ni Donald Trump ng kanyang kabiguan sa negosyo na nagsimula noong taon 1970 hanggang 2000-2008?
Malapit nang matanggal sa puwesto si Trump
Televised talk between Pres. Rodrigo Duterte and his lawyer, Sal Panelo where he tried to justify his revocation of his nemesis Sen. Antonio Trillanes’ amnesty.
With an impressive ━ if not controversial ━ résumé, Senator Trillanes has ridden a high-speed “roller coaster” all his adult life. Several times he reached rock bottom and many times he reached the high point of his life: from a naval lieutenant to a mutineer and rebel to a prisoner and to a senator (elected […]
(Editor’s Note: This is unverified article taken from social media) Why the P100M plus trip to Israel was such a waste.
A recent issue of the Philippines Today, headlines: “Duterte warns China of war over oil, uranium.” I couldn’t believe what I was reading. Was President Rodrigo Duterte bluffing? Or did he finally find the courage to remind Chinese President Xi Jinping of the Philippines’ claim in the West Philippine Sea (WPS)?
Why is President Duterte afraid of the International Criminal Court (ICC)?
Ano ang naganap sa Helsinki, Finland?
Lawyer Ma. Theresa Pabulayan, acting Sandiganbayan executive clerk of court, said most cases dragged on for decades because of the legal remedies sought by the government and defendants’ lawyers.