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President Rodrigo Duterte (File photo courtesy of PCOO). MANILA - President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday joined the nation in praying for the Philippines to fully overcome the Covid-19 pandemic.. In a pre-recorded speech during the virtual Interfaith Prayer Meeting, Duterte sought divine guidance as the country grapples with the health crisis that has claimed the lives of over 20,860 Filipinos. Please enable JavaScript to view the page content. Your support ID is: 17523968761620286026. Please enable JavaScript to view the page content.<br/>Your support ID is. Full text of Nation Address of President Rodrigo Duterte on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic delivered on late Monday night

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  1. A handout picture made available by the Presidential Photographers Division shows Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte giving his speech during the State of the Nation Address in Quezon City.
  2. DESPITE the enforced nationwide lockdown to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte delivered his fifth State of the Nation Address (SONA) on Monday, July 27. We live in a troubled time. Our dream of prosperity for our country was suddenly snuffed by a pandemic virulent virus. No nation was spared
  3. President Duterte paid tribute to 19th-century journalist Marcelo H. del Pilar and his nephew Gen. Gregorio del Pilar while also honoring modern heroes who have been helping the country through.

The President's speech nevertheless captures with considerable acuity the precarious situation of mankind and the monumental challenges facing the world body. Even as the world body grapples with the terrible consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, conflicts and tensions have erupted and arisen in many parts of the world PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte rallied for global unity to address the twin threats of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) and terrorism, claiming that the pandemic has worsened peace and security. In his pre-recorded speech during the special session of the United Nations General Assembly on pandemic response, Duterte said that lawless elements exploited the coronavirus pandemic [

Handout, Office of the Senate President. MANILA--President Rodrigo Duterte addressed Filipinos on Monday seeking to rally a nation battered by a raging pandemic but laid down no detailed roadmap for the country's post-COVID-19 future, critics and analysts said. Duterte spent key parts of his fifth State of the Nation Address (SONA) attacking. In tackling the coronavirus pandemic in the Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte and his officials are turning to tactics such as mass arrests and threats of state violence — methods employed. MANILA, Philippines—The year 2020 is one for the books mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic which placed government efforts under tight public scrutiny, especially on President Rodrigo Duterte's

MANILA, Philippines—Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday ordered a lockdown of the entire metro Manila region from March 15 to April 14 due to the coronavirus pandemic Together, we shall fight this pandemic with the same fervor as our campaign against illegal drugs, criminality, insurgency, and corruption in high places, Duterte said during his speech that.

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  1. Duterte cites soldiers for keeping PH safe amid pandemic. President Duterte commended the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Friday for keeping the country safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic. However, he lamented that he was not able to personally visit soldiers who were casualties in a clash with the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) in Sulu that day
  2. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday gave the strongest hint yet that he might seek the vice presidency in next year's election, saying he was now seriously thinking about running
  3. President Duterte will join fellow Asia Pacific leaders in a virtual summit on Friday to tackle the region's pandemic response as well as measures to boost economic recovery. President Rodrigo Roa Duterte will participate in the 2021 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Informal Leaders' Retreat on 16 July 2021, from 1900H to 2100H.

Mr. President: The same urgency needed to fight COVID-19 is needed to address the climate crisis. This is a global challenge that has worsened existing inequalities and vulnerabilities from within and between nations. Climate change has worsened the ravages of the pandemic. Peoples in developing countries like the Philippines suffer the most While every country has its own strategy to fight coronavirus, the world needs coordinated international efforts and a common purpose to end the crisis, the President of the Philippines said on Tuesday, underlining the importance of universal access to anti-COVID-19 technologies in the recovery from global pandemic Philippines: Rodrigo Duterte's Response. Duterte, like other illiberal populists, has fumbled his initial handling of the pandemic. The fallout could damage his popularity and legacy. Passengers. In UN speech, Duterte defends drug war but tempers tone. UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte defended his drug crackdown, dismissed criticism from human rights advocates and underscored his country's claims in the South China Sea as the sometimes aggressive critic of the United Nations addressed its annual gathering.

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  1. President Rodrigo Roa Duterte delivers his speech during the simultaneous commencement exercises of the Philippine Military Academy Masidlawin Class of 2020 and the Philippine National Police Academy Mandayug Class of 2020 at the Malago Clubhouse in Malacañang, Manila on May 22, 2020
  2. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte made a speech at the Naval Station Felix Apolinario in Camp Panacan, Davao City on August 7, 2016. In the speech, delivered shortly after midnight during his wake visit to four NavForEastMin soldiers killed during clashes with the New People's Army in Compostela Valley, Duterte revealed the names of 150 public officials, including mayors and other local.
  3. President Duterte, in his speech, highlighted the government's efforts to achieve inclusive and sustainable recovery amid the pandemic, particularly ensuring universal health care coverage, strengthening the public health system, enhancing food security, reinforcing the digital economy, and maximizing connectivity in the country
  4. President Rodrigo Duterte hailed Health Secretary Francisco Duque III on Monday as the hero responsible for the government's good response to the COVID-19 pandemic
  5. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has defended his government's response to the coronavirus pandemic, saying the measures introduced have prevented millions of infections. Speaking during his.
  6. utes, Duterte addressed the current pandemic and its effects to the country

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President Duterte said he was happy to announce that the country could brace for some positive news given the recent improvement in the pandemic response. Duterte started his public address by dropping hints about the progress in the fight against the pandemic, from the country's improved health care capacity to the vaccination drive PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday, August 6, 2020, asked the Philippine National Police (PNP) to remain resilient amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic. I ask you to ensure that the PNP will remain pandemic-resilient by adopting protective protocols in the new normal, Duterte said in his video message for the 119th.

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  1. President Rodrigo Duterte gives a speech, July 7, 2020. Joey Dalumpines, presidential Photo. MANILA - President Rodrigo Duterte's high approval rating despite criticism of his government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic is an anomaly, a political analyst said Tuesday. Speaking to ANC's Matters of Fact, La Salle University political science.
  2. The prevailing COVID-19 pandemic momentarily became an afterthought in a portion of President Rodrigo Duterte's Talk to the People aired on Monday night. Prior to delivering his address.
  3. istration in disaster response and handling of the COVID-19 pandemic
  4. MANILA, Philippines — As the United Nations faces the COVID-19 pandemic, — its biggest test since World War II — President Rodrigo Duterte called on the international body to implemen

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MANILA—President Rodrigo Duterte will deliver his penultimate State of the Nation Address (SONA) on Monday with his leadership severely put to test by a coronavirus pandemic that has infected more than 80,000 Filipinos with no signs of slowing down The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed weaknesses of society, prompting the Philippines to prioritize strengthening its health systems, President Rodrigo Duterte said Friday before the United Nations

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to arrest those who refuse Covid-19 vaccines, as the nation grapples with one of Asia's worst outbreaks. The Philippines has recorded 1.3. After driving away Spanish colonizers 123 years ago, the Philippines is again struggling to gain freedom this time from COVID-19 against which Filipinos should unite, President Duterte said yesterday President Rodrigo Duterte was not politicking amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said on Friday. Roque maintained that the government was focused on addressing the COVID-19 pandemic even if the President called Senator Bong Go—his former longtime aide—president last March 5

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In this image made from UNTV video, Rodrigo Roa Duterte, president of the Philippines, speaks in a pre-recorded message which was played during the 75th session of the United Nations General. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte reappeared in The Philippines has recorded more than 876,000 COVID-19 cases and over 15,000 deaths since the start of the pandemic. Duterte said he was. STATEMENT Participation of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte. 31st Special Session of the United Nations General Assembly in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. 03 December 2020 President Rodrigo Roa Duterte addressed for the second time the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) at its 31 st Special Session in Response to the COVID-19 held virtually on 03 December 2020

In the past, Duterte read parts of the prepared speech and inserted extemporaneous remarks. His 2020 SONA lasted almost two hours. With President Rodrigo Roa Duterte's last State of the Nation Address to be delivered this year, we will highlight the 'tatak ng pagbabago' that he will leave behind for all the Filipinos, Andanar said Mr. Duterte, who took office in mid-2016, is expected to focus in his speech on his administration's handling of the pandemic, which officials have described as a relative success but critics. MANILA -- Actress Angel Locsin did not mince words as she called out President Rodrigo Duterte for his remark that seemed to belittle the COVID-19 pandemic which has been affecting the country for more than a year already. The veteran Kapamilya actress reacted to a Duterte speech, urging the public not to despair over the pandemic, one year.

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President Rodrigo Duterte (pictured), who is known for his public outbursts and brash rhetoric, told Filipinos to leave the country if they will not get the Covid-19 vaccine He said: 'Don't get me. In his fifth State of the Nation Address (SONA), amid a pandemic, President Rodrigo Duterte has again brought his populist scheme to the fore. If we take a closer look at his speech in terms of its structural form, the essence of political rhetoric as to capture and consolidate power is at play right from the start until the peroration On April 6, President Duterte signed Administrative Order No. 28, granting the payment of a special risk allowance to public health workers in addition to their hazard pay. According to the order, public health workers attending to COVID-19 patients, PUMs, and PUIs will receive at most a quarter of their basic pay President Rodrigo Duterte says his constant mention of a possible vice presidential run in next year's polls is part of his tactics to scare critics, even as he admits he is truly open to the idea. Duterte's infra gains to help heal pandemic wounds. By Catherine S. Valente, TMT. February 27, 2021. 1. The Duterte administration is bent on building back a better, post-coronavirus economy through massive infrastructure investments geared toward making the country new normal-ready

President Duterte urges Filipinos to take COVID-19 shot as Japan donates jabs. President Rodrigo Roa Duterte witnessed the arrival Thursday of more than 1 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccine from Japan, as he reiterated his administration's firm commitment to acquire sufficient supply of COVID-19 jabs and at the same time encouraged Filipinos to shun vaccine hesitancy Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte defended his drug crackdown, dismissed criticism from human rights advocates and underscored his country's claims in the South China Sea as the sometimes aggressive critic of the United Nations addressed its annual gathering of world leaders for the first time Tuesday. The Philippines values the role that the United Nations plays in its fight against. Rodrigo Duterte, president of the Philippines, speaks in a pre-recorded message that was played during the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday

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In a pre-recorded speech on Friday at the UN General Assembly's special session on COVID-19, Duterte said the pandemic worsened threats to peace and security In the Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte ordered a lockdown of Metropolitan Manila, home to 13 million people. Duterte's order cuts off land, domestic air and sea travel to and from Metro. The President ended his speech with a hopeful note when he said, Together, let us beat the pandemic and ensure our way towards a safer and brighter tomorrow. Meanwhile, in the speech of Embassy of Japan Economic Minister Masahiro Nakata on behalf of Ambassador Kazuhiko Koshikawa, he said, Japan has ensured to provide COVID-19 vaccines. First word IT took plenty to get President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines to finally agree to address the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). It took a coronavirus pandemic that has devastated economies across the world, including our own. It took the adoption of a virtual format for the high-level debates of the assembly. And [

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President Rodrigo Roa Duterte witnessed the arrival Thursday of more than 1 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccine from Japan, as he reiterated his administration's firm commitment to acquire sufficient supply of COVID-19 jabs and at the same time encouraged Filipinos to shun vaccine hesitancy President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, in his speech during his virtual participation in the Armed Forces of the Philippines 85th Anniversary, recognizes the contributions of the country's security forces in battling the coronavirus pandemic; their important role in disaster response; and their efforts to remain on top of maintaining peace and order MANILA - President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday night defended anew his appointment of retired military officials as the government's pandemic response managers, saying one does not necessarily need to be a medical professional to effectively secure deals to purchase Covid-19 vaccines. In a pre-recorded speech, Duterte said he needed. Saying the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic the present generation's major challenge, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte has called on the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to strengthen regional cooperation aimed at protecting public health while boosting sluggish economies TOKYO -- President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday said the Philippines will not take sides in the ongoing big power competition and urged large countries not to pursue dominance to the detriment of.

If his new arrest order is realised, it will be the harshest measure the Philippines has introduced to counter the pandemic so far. I will think it over very hard, legally of course, in pursuance of a policy of crisis, this health issue, said Duterte during the televised speech, according to Rappler MANILA - President Rodrigo Duterte changed tune and claimed that the pre-pandemic normalcy may return in 2023. Duterte's term will end in 2022. The president made this statement during the turnover ceremony of 600,000 doses of China's Sinovac vaccines at the Villamor Air Base in Pasay City last Sunday. In about maybe early year 2023, not 2022 DAVAO CITY - The high trust and performance rating of President Rodrigo Duterte in the latest Pulse Asia survey is an indication that even with the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic and other controversies, he has performed and continues to do well in his job, some members of..

Graduation Speeches During The COVID-19 Pandemic NPR spoke with a few student leaders about their graduations speeches and how a not-so-typical senior year inspired their words for the class of 2020 Mr. Duterte, who took office in mid-2016, is expected to focus in his speech on his administration's handling of the pandemic, which officials have described as a relative success but critics. President Rodrigo Duterte has devoted a chunk of his airtime Friday night to slam human rights lawyer Chel Diokno for criticizing the national government's response to coronavirus pandemic. In a televised speech addressing the nation, Duterte criticized the seasoned lawyer for attempting to spread lies and encouraging people to violate the law The President was able to clearly lay down measures in his speech that will strengthen the fight against the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, address the immediate needs of the people to overcome the hardships, and sustain the gains of the administration in fulfilling its promise of a comfortable life for all, Go, chair of the Senate committee on.

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President Rodrigo R. Duterte delivering a speech in July 2016, shortly after taking office. The growing concern about Duterte's weak health has coincided with the pandemic shock and its. Rodrigo Duterte: What to know about the controversial Philippines president. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte an anti-establishment crusader and a ruthless fighter for the war on drugs, is. The Philippine president has threatened to order the arrest of Filipinos who refuse COVID-19 vaccination and told them to leave the country if they would not cooperate to contain the pandemic. A. President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines has of his anti-drug campaign during an October 2016 speech. to rule out a potential link between the COVID-19 pandemic and a laboratory leak..

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Queen Elizabeth delivered a speech addressing the coronavirus on April 5, but she didn't mention President Rodrigo Duterte. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte warned that people who flout the. The Kapuso journalist particularly cited parts of Duterte's speech about the COVID-19 pandemic, his message to the frontliners, and the issue regarding the South China Sea/West Philippine Sea. Duterte urged that whenever a vaccine is already available it should be shared all over the world It would have been better if he stuck with the prepared speech and laid out a clearer road map to improve the country's response to the pandemic, she added. Mr. Duterte's address left a big hole in his administration's overall response to the pandemic, Albay Rep. Edcel C. Lagman said by telephone MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The Philippine president has threatened to order the arrest of Filipinos who refuse COVID-19 vaccination and told them to leave the country if they would not cooperate with efforts to end a public health emergency. President Rodrigo Duterte, who is known for his public outbursts and brash rhetoric, said in televised.

Uploaded by several netizens on Facebook (FB) on April 6, the fabricated post claims the monarch made the statement during a rare, televised speech she gave on April 5 (United Kingdom time) about the COVID-19 pandemic. The concocted quote reads: Pres. Duterte is the kind of leader who knows the way, goes the way and shows the way Four years on, Duterte's presidency faced several challenges, both here and abroad, and scored some victories, all of which can play a crucial role in shaping his legacy after he leaves office in June 2022. Policies, gains. Duterte, the first Philippine president from Mindanao, supported measures to promote public welfare Today, Duterte presides over the worst economic performance of the Philippines ever. The slump is also the worst in ASEAN. The economic collapse also makes him the worst president ever in terms of economic performance. And that is all due to the second biggest failure. 2. Pandemic mismanagement. Duterte imposed one of the earliest lockdowns in. Duterte's SCS ruling pitch highlights speech at UNGA. PRESIDENT Duterte's much-awaited debut before the 75th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) late Tuesday night (early morning Manila.

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Journalist group calls Malacanang to air speeches of President Duterte live as unedited speech of President uncovered. The Covid-19 Pandemic. Niyati Jain in Dialogue & Discourse Jul 27, 2020. (SPOT.ph) President Rodrigo Duterte 's fifth and penultimate State of the Nation Address was, for lack of a better term, a whirlwind. This State of the Nation Address (SONA) was the first of its kind, delivered amid the COVID-19 pandemic and with only a select few in attendance. Duterte reportedly rehearsed his speech twice , and. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte delivered his penultimate State of the Nation address as the onslaught of COVID-19 pandemic continues. Instead of providing a concrete plan to address the rise. Plastic and as fake as the dolomite beach.So said Senator Leila de Lima in describing President Rodrigo Duterte's speech at the UN. the middle of a pandemic, De Lima, one of Duterte. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has told security forces they should shoot dead anyone causing trouble in areas locked down due to the coronavirus pandemic. Hours before Duterte gave the order in a speech late Wednesday, nearly two dozen people from a slum community in the capital Manila were arrested for holding a protest that accused the government of failing to provide food aid to.

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Topline. Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday threatened to jail people who refuse to be vaccinated against Covid-19 following reports of low turnout at various vaccination sites in the. The recent news that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte currently experienced hunger during the pandemic. of the public with televised speeches of the president and daily agency. Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered police officers to shoot those who violate the strict quarantine imposed in the country over the coronavirus pandemic. in a televised speech DUTERTE - Philippine President Rodrigo Roa Duterte defended Health Secretary Francisco Duque III against criticisms on handling COVID-19 pandemic. The government agencies that is spearheading the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic is the Department of Health. It is headed by DOH Secretary Francisco Duque III MANILA—President Rodrigo Duterte on Saturday said he would run as vice president in next year's elections if it means having legal immunity. In his speech at the PDP-Laban's national assembly at Royce Hotel and Casino at Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga, Duterte said he is aware of the lawsuits his critics plan file after his term ends next.

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MANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte's mention of the South China Sea dispute in his speech at the United Nations General Assembly has opened the doors for a wider engagement. The President also hit Pacquiao over his promise to build homes for everybody in six years time. Do not ever think that if you will win as president na wala nang corruption dito sa Pilipinas, Duterte told Pacquiao. Duterte earlier criticized Pacquiao after the latter said the country's stance in the West Philippine Sea was lacking

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The bill has not won hearts of the public of the country, as some fear it could impose restrictions on free speech, and could result in harassment of those who oppose the government. The bill has been drafted and is awaiting final signature of the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte President Rodrigo R. Duterte (File photo). MANILA - The Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved on third and final reading a bill granting President Rodrigo Duterte special powers to speed up the issuance of government licenses and permits during national emergencies such as the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic.. Voting 23-0, senators approved Senate Bill 1844 or An Act. Later that night, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte took to the airwaves with a chilling warning for his citizens: Defy the lockdown orders again and the police will shoot you dead. I will not. The movie-length speech wasn't surprising given the amount of points our president had to hit. And unlike previous SONAs, there was the proverbial elephant in the complex, a.k.a. the pandemic. From his self-professed ardent support of human rights to his rivalry with telecommunications companies, we've compiled some points to remember. In a pre-recorded briefing on the COVID-19 pandemic, President Duterte appeared to the public's eye again after he went missing and canceled two scheduled appearances last week. In his speech, he once again vented out his sentiments versus Senator Leila De Lima who allegedly rejoiced on rumors that he was in a bad condition

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The Philippines is expecting its economy to grow by as much 7.5% in 2021. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has approved a record 4.5 trillion-peso ($93.6 billion) budget for next year that. Filipinos keep faith in Duterte amid pandemic woes. Philippine president's popularity intact despite record unemployment and hunger. President Rodrigo Duterte has been able to grow his popularity.