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Palace denies Duterte has been hospitalized

President Duterte was last seen on May 13, election day, when he cast his vote in Davao City. ...

by: Jon Joaquin

Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo on Sunday denied that President Rodrigo Duterte has fallen ill and is confined in a hospital. "There is no truth to the rumor circulating that President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is confined in Cardinal Santos Medical Center in San Juan," Panelo said in a brief statement. "Th ...

Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo on Sunday denied that President Rodrigo Duterte has fallen ill and is confined in a hospital. "There is no truth to the rumor circulating th ...

Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo on Sunday denied that President Rodrigo Duterte has fallen ill and is confined in a hospital. "There is no truth to the rumor circulating that President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is confined in Cardinal Santos Medical Center in San Juan," Panelo said in a brief statement. "The President is in his residence at the Palace signing papers. I just talked to him, he is neither confirming nor denying that he went to the hospital," he added. The rumors started circ ...

Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo on Sunday denied that President Rodrigo Duterte has fallen ill and is confined in a hospital. "There is no truth to the rumor circulating that President Rodrigo Roa Duterte is confined in Cardinal Santos Medical Center in San Juan," Panelo said in a brief statement. "The President is in his residence at the Palace signing papers. I just talked to him, he is neither confirming nor denying that he went to the hospital," he added. The rumors started circulating five days after the President was last seen in public. He was last seen on May 13, election day, when he cast his vote in Davao City. ...

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President Duterte was last seen on May 13, election day, when he cast his vote in Davao City.
Election 'relatively peaceful' so far: Albayalde

Philippine National Police (PNP) Chief General Oscar Albayalde on Monday said the opening hours of the midterm election was "relatively peaceful" and could "very well describe the orderly outcome of election day" until the closing of polling hours at 6 p.m. In a press statement, Albayalde said aside from some confusion, administrative delays, and queuing during the opening hours of the elections, "there were no major untoward incidents that disrupted the holding of election proper.& ...

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