In a survey conducted by Pulse Asia from March 23 – 27, 2019 using face-to-face interviews, 10 Admin bets made it to the winning circle. They were: Villar, Angara, Go, Cayetano, Lapid, De la Rosa, Revilla, Marcos, Tolentino, and Estrada. Poe continue to lead this poll while Binay was the other candidate to make it… Read more »
In the latest survey of the Social Weather Station, President Rodrigo Duterte maintained a “very good” net satisfaction rating. The 2019 first quarter survey gave PRRD a net satisfaction rating of +66 up by 6 points from +60 in December of 2018. The survey indicated that the President enjoys 79 percent satisfaction of his performance… Read more »
Senator Manny Pacquiao was designated by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Manila as the Honorary Korean Ambassador for Diplomacy and President of the Platinum Jubilee Committee as Korea and Philippines celebrate 70th anniversary of the diplomatic ties between the two countries since its establishment on March 3, 1949. South Korean Ambassador Ambassador… Read more »
The Malacañang Palace conveyed its birthday greetings to the Chief Executive through the Philippine News Agency as President Rodrigo Duterte celebrates his 74th birthday today. The Palace wishes the President a “sound mind” and a “sound body” to help him finish the goals he has set for the country. “Destiny designed your name: Rodrigo Roa… Read more »
In addition to taking a physical fitness test, army chiefs and officials will now be required to take an English competency test, according to Army Chief General Chalermchai Sitthisart, in a meeting of officials of the Royal Thai Army’s organic units on Tuesday, July 4. This announcement came after an order by Prime Minister… Read more »
Topping TIME’s 100 list is Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte who earned 5% of the total ‘yes’ votes.
Statement of the Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand on social media harassment of journalists in the Philippines
“Journalists should be allowed to do their jobs without being subjected to hate campaigns and incitements to attack them, on social media or anywhere else.”
Themed “Duterte and Philippine drug wars – Thaksin redux?” will be attended by panelists including former Filipino Congressman Walden Bello, BBC journalist Jonathan Head and other human rights advocates.
Following the directive of President Duterte to streamline processes in the deployment of OFWs, the POEA will no longer require qualified OFWs from getting a new OEC effective Sept 15, 2016.
The award was conferred by Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Srinidon who represented her mother Her Majesty Queen Sirikit.