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Protester arrested for interrupting Duterte s Independence Day speech

MANILA, Philippines – A man was arrested for interrupting the Independence Day speech of President Rodrigo Duterte in Kawit, Cavite. Francis Rafael, a 20-year-old protester, was collared by cops on Tuesday, June 12, after he shouted "Huwad na kalayaan!" (False freedom!) as Duterte delivered his speech on the historic balcony of Emilio Aguinaldo's house . "The ........»»

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Duterte heckler arrested

A protester who disrupted President Rodrigo Duterte’s speech in Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit, Cavite, was arrested on Tuesday morning, police said. A report from Kawit Municipal Police Station identified the protester as 20-year-old Francis Couichie. While Duterte was delivering his speech during the commemoration of the 120th Independence Day celebration, Couichie and nine other protesters made a [...] The post Duterte heckler arrested appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

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Protesters heckle, disrupt Duterte& apos;s Independence Day speech - Herald-Whig

Protesters heckle, disrupt Duterte's Independence Day speech - Herald-Whig.....»»

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Duterte rails at hired killers

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte yesterday lashed out at hired killers, amid the spate of high-profile killings that have gripped the country. “[These] murderers for hire, I hate to say this… You have no value in my eyes,” Duterte said in his Independence Day speech delivered at the balcony of the historic….....»»

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Duterte unfazed by hecklers

RAIN, and a group of hecklers greeted President Rodrigo Duterte’s first Independence Day speech at the Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit, Cavite. When Duterte began his speech for the country’s 120th Independence Day, about a dozen demonstrators started chanting, “Hunyo a-dose, huwad na kalayaan! Pasista. Duterte, patalsikin!” The President however remained….....»»

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Philippine president jeered by protesters during speech

Protesters briefly interrupted an Independence Day speech by President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday as they waved signs and jeered the tough-talking leader.........»»

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Philippine president jeered by protesters during speech

Protesters briefly interrupted an Independence Day speech by President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday as they waved signs and jeered the tough-talking leader…. Source link link: Philippine president jeered by protesters during speech.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJun 12th, 2018

Young activists launch lightning protest during Duterte speech

A group of activists heckled President Rodrigo Duterte during the celebration of the 120th anniversary of Philippine independence Tuesday here. .....»»

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9 held for heckling DU30 speech

NINE persons, mostly teenagers, were held by the police for disturbing President Duterte’s speech during the 120th Independence Day rites at the Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit, Cavite, yesterday morning. A game President Duterte listened as the protesters heckled him, saying it is part of their exercise of their freedom of….....»»

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Duterte’s Independence Day promise: Freedom from illegal drugs

KAWIT, Cavite -- President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday said he will continue to "destroy" the drug apparatus to free the country from the problem of illegal drugs. Duterte said it "has become a very serious problem," so he warned anew that his brutal war against narcotics would be unrelenting. "Drugs will destroy my country. Do not do it because I will destroy you, literally," he said in his 120th Independence Day speech here. "You know, kung gusto ninyo talagang marinig, huwag mong sirain ang bayan ko kasi papatayin talaga kita (do not destroy my people because I'm really going to kill you)," he added. The President said many lives have been destroyed, so he will continue to ...Keep on reading: Duterte’s Independence Day promise: Freedom from illegal drugs.....»»

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Duterte heckled in Independence Day speech

Duterte heckled in Independence Day speech.....»»

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Duterte s first Independence Day speech met with protest

President Rodrigo Duterte’s first Independence Day speech was disrupted by a pocket of protesters branding him as traitor......»»

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Militants rain on Duterte’s first Indepence Day rites

A MILITANT group rained on President Rodrigo Duterte’s first Independence Day parade as the country’s leader. As Duterte began his speech at the 120th celebration of Philippine independence at the Museo ni Aguinaldo in Kawit, Cavite, members of Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (BAYAN) – Southern Tagalog interrupted him with shouts of “Huwad na Kalayaan! Hulyo a-dose!” [...] The post Militants rain on Duterte’s first Indepence Day rites appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJun 12th, 2018

Jail awaits Joma in PH

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte said Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder Jose Maria Sison will be arrested if he returns to the country. “If Joma Sison, comes here, I will arrest him, or if I were him, ’wag na siyang bumalik dito,” Duterte said in a speech at the San….....»»

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Jail awaits Joma in PH

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte said Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder Jose Maria Sison will be arrested if he returns to the country. “If Joma Sison, comes here, I will arrest him, or if I were him, ’wag na siyang bumalik dito,” Duterte said in a speech at the San… Source link link: Jail awaits Joma in PH.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsNov 25th, 2017

Duterte: Vote ‘yes’ for Bangsamoro Law

        MANILA, Philippines---President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday threw his final pitch prior to the plebiscite for the ratification of the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL), a measure which seeks to bring peace in Mindanao.   "Let us forget the bitterness of the past and look to the future. Ladies and gentlemen, mga mahal kong Moro brothers or sisters, magboto kayo ng 'yes,'" Duterte said in his speech during a pro-BOL peace assembly in Cotabato City.   "'Pag hindi, hindi na ako punta dito kailanman," he added in jest.   The President made the call three days before the first plebiscite on Jan. 21. The second day of plebisc...Keep on reading: Duterte: Vote ‘yes’ for Bangsamoro Law.....»»

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Sri Lankan president repeats praise for Duterte’s drug war

MANILA, Philippines --- Visiting Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena on Wednesday called President Rodrigo Duterte's controversial crackdown on illegal drugs an "example" to the whole world. Sirisena, who is currently in the Philippines for a five-day state visit, also said that his country intends to follow President Duterte's "footsteps" in fighting illegal drugs. "The war against crime and drugs carried out by you is an example to the whole world and personal to me," Sirisena said in his speech during a state banquet in Malacaang. "Drug menace is rampant in my country and I feel that we should follow your footsteps to control this hazard," he added. This was not ...Keep on reading: Sri Lankan president repeats praise for Duterte’s drug war.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 16th, 2019

‘Bacolod police to get due process’

MALACAÑANG on Monday said due process would be given to fired Bacolod City Chief of Police Senior Supt. Francis Ebreo and four other police officers who were allegedly tied to illegal drugs. President Rodrigo Duterte announced the sacking of Ebreo in a speech during his attendance to the birthday of Leo Rey Yanson, chief executive… link: ‘Bacolod police to get due process’.....»»

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De Lima hails 4 judges for courage to uphold judicial independence

Opposition Senator Leila M. de Lima has lauded four judges who were named Filipinos of the Year 2018 by the Philippine Daily Inquirer for their courage to uphold judicial independence despite the worsening culture of impunity in the country under Mr. Duterte. Read More........»»

Category: newsSource:  filipinoexpressRelated NewsJan 13th, 2019

Duterte fires Bacolod police chief, 4 other cops

BACOLOD CITY --- President Rodrigo Duterte on Saturday announced that he was firing the chief of police of Bacolod City in Negros Occidental for "enabling" the proliferation of illegal drugs in the city. He also identified four other police officers and some civilians, including a Bacolod City councilor, who had alleged links to illegal drugs. The President made the announcement in his speech at the private birthday party of Leo Rey Yanson, chief executive officer of Vallacar Transit, at L'Fisher Hotel on Saturday night. Sources who attended the party said many of the guests were stunned by the announcement. During his speech, the President suddenly looked for Senior Supt...Keep on reading: Duterte fires Bacolod police chief, 4 other cops.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 12th, 2019

Rob, kill bishops? Some clergy living luxurious lives while masses endure poverty—Palace

      MANILA, Philippines---The latest threat of President Rodrigo to rob and kill rich bishops was only meant to emphasize the failure of some Church leaders to empathize with the poor while they---the clergy---continue to live luxurious lives, Malacaang said Friday.   In a speech in Masbate on Wednesday, Duterte suggested to bystanders to rob and kill moneyed bishops, stepping up his attacks on the church that has been critical of his brutal drug war.   READ: Duterte hits bishops anew   "Listening to his speech with an open mind and watching his body language, one can easily discern that [Duterte] was only airing his sentimen...Keep on reading: Rob, kill bishops? Some clergy living luxurious lives while masses endure poverty—Palace.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJan 11th, 2019