President Rodrigo Duterte will continue to wage his relentless campaign against corruption and delinquent taxpayers, Malacañang said Saturday following the government’s P40-billion tax settlement with tobacco giant Mighty Corporation.
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Emphasizing that “one death is too many,” Malacañang on Saturday called on individuals who can provide information and evidence on the deaths linked to illegal drugs in order to resolve these cases and hold perpetrators accountable.
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The claim of President Rodrigo Duterte that the alleged Singapore bank account of Sen. Antonio Trillanes was closed online is “unverified,” Malacañang said Monday.
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Malacañang on Wednesday questioned the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey, which revealed that the majority of Filipinos were not buying the argument of the police that suspects killed in drug operations resisted arrest.
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Malacañang welcomed on Sunday the House of Representatives’ move to allot P40 billion for the free tuition of state universities and colleges (SUCs) in 2018, as it urged the Senate to support the lower chamber’s initiative.
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Malacañang on Friday vowed to strengthen the Philippines’ justice system to address impunity in the country.
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Malacañang on Friday said the government has a “healthy response” to the issues raised by the protesters during the National Day of Protest held on Thursday.
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Malacañang condemned on Friday the “senseless” killing of law student Horacio “Atio” Castillo III who died from hazing initiation rites.
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