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The outgoing President expressed confidence that he would leave behind a country in a much better state compared to when he found it, adding he remains grateful for serving the Filipino nation in the past six years.
Incoming Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) secretary Martin Andanar said Wednesday Filipinos should expect a very brief encounter between incoming President Rodrigo R. Duterte and outgoing President Aquino on June 30.Continue reading …
Accredited journalists are likely to be allowed to cover the departure honors for President Aquino in Malacañang on June 30.Continue reading …
The President has candidly admitted he would accept the results of the May 9 elections, including the prospect of victory of presidential bet Rodrigo Duterte and vice presidential candidate Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.
“At the end of the day, tinuruan ako kung ano ang gusto ng taumbayan iyon ang masusunod. Kung ano ang sabihin ng taumbayan, utusan ako eh, susundan ko,” Aquino said in a media interview when asked about his thoughts of a Duterte-Marcos leadership.