President Duterte has appointed former presidential spokesman Ernesto Abella as Department of Foreign Affairs undersecretary, ending and confirming a month-long rumor of his transfer.Read more
Malacañang has long been infamously regarded as a snake pit but presidential spokesman Harry Roque Jr. is not at all worried about the venomous battleground.Read more
It’s all downhill from here. Detained Sen. Leila de Lima on Sunday said she expected the discourse from Malacañang to deteriorate even further with the replacement of presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella, whom she referred to as a “decent” public servant.Read more
President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday was tightlipped about his decision to replace Presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella, only saying that it was his “personal decision.”
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Senator Leila de Lima has lamented the removal of Undersecretary Ernesto Abella as presidential spokesperson, as she panned President Rodrigo Duterte and some of his men who “corrupted Filipino values.”
In a statement issued on Monday, De Lima said: “With the departure of (Usec.) Abella, I fear the even further decline of the level of discourse and language we could expect from now on from the President and his men.”
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President Duterte has appointed Kabayan party-list Rep. Harry Roque as his new spokesperson, replacing Ernesto Abella after more than a year of service.
The government is taking steps to hasten the implementation of its massive infrastructure program by removing red tape and other bottlenecks that threaten to derail the projects.Read more
Undersecretary Ernesto Abella remains to be the Presidential Spokesperson despite reports that he would soon be replaced, his assistant said on Friday.
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The Department of Foreign Affairs will issue Philippine passports with a 10-year validity period starting January 2018.Read more