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Palace prays for frontliners’ safety amid Covid-19 outbreak

Palace prays for frontliners’ safety amid Covid-19 outbreakBy Ruth Abbey Gita-Carlos MANILA (Philippines News Agency) – Malacañang on Saturday prayed that all persons who are on the frontline to combat the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) will remain safe and healthy. In a press statement, Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo said the Palace appreciates the gallantry and … Continue reading

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Trillanes is not politically-oppressed: Palace

Trillanes is not politically-oppressed: Palace By Jelly Musico MANILA (Philippines News Agency) — Malacañang on Thursday denied that Senator Antonio Trillanes IV is a victim of political oppression. “Anong political oppression ang sinasabi nila? Wala nga tigil ang mga banat nya kay President (What political oppression are they talking about? He is relentless in attacking … Continue reading

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Enemies behind ‘PH, Province of China’ banners: Palace

Enemies behind ‘PH, Province of China’ banners: Palace By Jelly Musico MANILA (Philippines News Agency) – Malacañang has found banners tagging the Philippines as province of China “absurd”, saying enemies of the government are behind the red tarpaulins installed in some streets in Metro Manila. “I don’t think I should even comment. We don’t even … Continue reading

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Duterte receives credentials of 4 new envoys to PH

Duterte receives credentials of 4 new envoys to PH MANILA (Philippines News Agency)  — President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on Jan. 9 met with the newly appointed ambassadors to the Philippines of Timor Leste, Paraguay, Estonia, and Malta and received their credentials at the Malacañang Palace.  President Duterte first received the credentials of Jose Gaspar dos … Continue reading

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Palace issues foreign trips guidelines

Palace issues foreign trips guidelines By Jelly Musico   MANILA (Philippines News Agency) — Malacañang released on Wednesday directives to all government officials and personnel in the executive department applying for foreign travels. The memorandum signed by Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea was issued in line with President Rodrigo Duterte’s campaign to cut down extravagant and lavish … Continue reading

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Roque on ‘shabu’ seized near Palace: No stone will be left unturned

Roque on ‘shabu’ seized near Palace: No stone will be left unturned   MANILA (Philippines News Agency) — No stones will be left unturned in investigating the case of reported PHP10 million worth of suspected shabu seized by drug enforcers at a condominium unit located near Malacanang, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said Tuesday, November 7. … Continue reading

New gov’t execs urged to lead modest lives, shun graft and corruption
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New gov’t execs urged to lead modest lives, shun graft and corruption

New gov’t execs urged to lead modest lives, shun graft and corruption MANILA (Philippines News Agency) — President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on Monday led the mass oath-taking of Presidential appointees and officials from various government organizations, reminding them to live a more prudent life while working in the service of the Filipino people. After he … Continue reading

Palace bares new Presidential appointees; Cayetano is new Foreign Affairs secretary
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Palace bares new Presidential appointees; Cayetano is new Foreign Affairs secretary

Palace bares new Presidential appointees; Cayetano is new Foreign Affairs secretary By Cielito M. Reganit MANILA (Philippines News Agency) — Malacañang on Wednesday released a list of the latest appointees of President Rodrigo Duterte. The appointments were signed from April 7 to May 12 but were only released to the media on Wednesday. Among the … Continue reading

Palace: Duterte admin’s anti-endo drive now a reality
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Palace: Duterte admin’s anti-endo drive now a reality

Palace: Duterte admin’s anti-endo drive now a reality MANILA (Philippines News Agency) — The commitment of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte against contractualization has taken shape with more than 40,000 workers regularized since July last year, the Palace announced on Thursday, April 20. “On the government’s anti-endo drive, it nets 45,605 regularized workers and the President’s … Continue reading