THE DUTERTE ADMINISTRATION YEAR IN REVIEW. President Rodrigo R. Duterte marks his first year in office on June 30, 2017. How has it been? This special site will review his presidency, what he has achieved so far, how he fared insofar as his promises are concerned, and how foreign leaders regard him. This site also features reports by writers from Inquirer's various platforms, an interactive.
Rodrigo Duterte, also called Digong, (born March 28, 1945, Maasin, Philippines), Filipino politician who was elected president of the Philippines in 2016. Early life and mayor of Davao City. Duterte’s father served as governor of the province of Davao, and his mother was a community activist who had a prominent role in the “people power” movement that deposed the authoritarian president.
Rappler's latest stories on Duterte administration. On Friday, July 12, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug sits down with Mark Thompson, an expert on Southeast Asian politics, to discuss the.
A recent report deepens concerns around the administration’s distortion of online information. February 11, 2020 Philippine Drug Enforcement Chief Admits Problems With Duterte’s Drug War.
For those who did not support Duterte in the last elections or are having second thoughts of supporting his administration, I think the best way to deal with him is through critical collaboration. Vice President Leni Robredo said it best when she said that she will praise and support Duterte when he does something good for our country but she will not keep quiet when she feels that the.
Duterte's 'stupid God' quip is his 'personal opinion' - spokesman. Spokesman says the Philippine president is entitled to express his views on faith and religion.
Duterte could stand for himself, he is his own man. That is what makes him unique. Unfortunately, some are trying to compare him with a past president, with an intent to discredit one and promote another. Once Duterte was asked regarding late Ferdinand Marcos, he answered that “He (Marcos Sr) is the most brilliant president”. That maybe because Duterte understood that every leader have.
A year after it went public, Facebook zeroed in on growing its business in the Philippines. In it, the company saw a developing country that paired a deep love of the social web with poor physical and internet-related infrastructure. It was a perfect proving ground for Facebook’s ambitions. The country quickly became a prime example of how the for-profit company could work to improve.
List Of President Duterte’s Achievements On His First Year Here is the list of President Rodrigo Duterte’s achievements in the first year of his term, which was released by Tet Gallardo. President Rodrigo ”Rody” Roa Duterte won the presidential election last May 2016 through earning the sympathy of the Filipino people through his frugal lifestyle and simple way of living.
Rodrigo Roa Duterte won a landslide victory in 2016 and will be president until 2022. Many observe that he is much different from his predecessors. He has become popular and well-loved because of his frankness as a leader. He is direct to the point, does not mince words, and takes a no-nonsense approach to governance. He says it as it is to his fellow politicians and avoids the confusing, even.
Young Rodrigo Duterte with family. Ramon Durano, a relative of the Dutertes, was a former Cebu congressman and mayor who died in 1988. In his autobiography, he described himself as a “political realist” who, just like a boxer, knows “how to defend himself, know his opponent’s weak and strong points and slug it out as expected of him.”. A known Marcos crony, Durano praised the late.
Since the election of Rodrigo Duterte to President of the Philippines, the Philippine National Police has waged an unrelenting war against drug crime that cost the lives of thousands of suspects. A spatial and temporal analysis of the past 30 months suggests that violence is slowly receding. While the situation is still highly problematic, a number of positive developments suggest that in an.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte held his fourth State of the Nation Address (SONA) today since assuming office in 2016. In true Duterte style, the president managed to threaten erring government agencies to shape up while giving a round-up of what his administration has achieved in the last year and what he hopes to accomplish in the next three years.
Duterte’s war on drugs has been criticized and pictured as a war on the poor. An American reporter won a Pulitzer prize stringing along photos taken by Filipino photographers of the death of drug pushers or users or both in the slums of Metro Manila and the overcrowding of disheveled surrenderees and inmates in a Quezon City detention center.
Federalism in the Philippines (Tagalog: Pederalismo sa Pilipinas) is a proposed form of. Duterte added that the current unitary form of government has not worked well given the ethnic diversity in the country. In spite of initially rejecting several calls for his candidacy for the 2016 presidential elections, he cited his organizational reforms if he were to become president. Parallel to.To bankroll this huge infrastructure push, the Duterte administration said it will shift from public-private partnership (PPP) as the primary mode of financing and will rely more on public funding and official development assistance (ODA) to avoid delays and higher project costs. The government will also employ a “hybrid” model, in which construction is financed by the government or ODA.Rodrigo Duterte: 'I don't care about human rights' President publicly accuses Filipino government officials including judges and members of Congress of having drug links.