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Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque won’t stop speaking on matters of international law even after being told off by Foreign Affairs Secretary TeodoroLocsin Jr. to leave that to him. | @LeilasINQ 

'NAKAKAPAGHANAP-BUHAY KA NA BA?' Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque chided fisherman Carlo Montehermozo after the latter expressed dismay when he found out that President Rodrigo Duterte’s remarks on the West Philippine Sea was a mere “campaign joke.”

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Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque won’t stop speaking on matters of international law even after being told off by Foreign Affairs Secretary TeodoroLocsin Jr. to leave that to him.

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Duterte's spokesman, Harry Roque, claimed that had the Philippines not changed its policy on China, Filipinos couldn't still fish in the West Philippine Sea. Fisherfolk, however, say the situation has not changed since Duterte took power in 2016. READ:

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Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said he and Foreign Affairs Secretary Locsin Jr. are “fine” after the country’s top diplomat chastised him over his remarks on the Julian Felipe Reef. | @dygalvezINQ 

The last remarks of President Duterte’s spokesperson Harry Roque on the matter of his speaking on matters of international law did not seem to be the last of it, after all.

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Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said Wednesday that his work relation with Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin, Jr. is just "fine," after he was called out by the top diplomat over his remarks on the Julian Felipe Reef.

Harry and Teddyboy are 'fine', says Roque; Locsin insists foreign affairs is his turf

@chiarazambrano  The NTF also expressly reiterates that the Julian Felipe Reef is within the Philippines’ EEZ being 175 nautical miles off mainland Palawan, contrary to statements made by harry roque'>Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque | via @chiarazambrano 

Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. said this in reaction to presidential spokesperson Harry Roque’s claim that the Julian Felipe Reef is not part of the country’s exclusive economic zone. | @CMRamosINQ 

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There is nothing "un-Christian" with asking Presidential spokesman Harry Roque about how he got a room as hospitals filled up amid the #COVID19  pandemic, Bishop Broderick Pabillo said. Read:

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Dr. Gene Nisperos, who works at the UP-PGH airs his disappointment about the hospital admission of Harry Roque, saying that at that time, the presidential spokesperson "does not look like he was in dire need of hospitalization." #COVID19  #ANCMattersOfFact 

JUST IN: ECQ extended to a minimum of one week over Metro Manila, Laguna, Bulacan, Cavite and Rizal – harry roque'>Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque. | via @liannami  Story soon on

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harry roque'>Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque spends a good portion of the press conference on Monday, January 4, dodging questions about who gave the Presidential Security Group access to such a sparse and valuable resource as a COVID-19 vaccine.

“Babagsak kayo.” Palace spokesman Harry Roque responds to the students of Ateneo de Manila University who declared a mass student strike to condemn what they call the government’s “criminally neglectful response” to the recent typhoons that ravaged the country | @chiarazambrano 

JUST IN: Filipinos ages 15-65 are allowed to leave their homes as per the IATF, Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said. | via @joycebalancio 

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VP Leni Robredo releases a copy of the 8-page letter she wrote to harry roque'>Pres Spox Harry Roque specifying her comprehensive suggestions on how the gov't can improve its COVID-19 response, including an online portal where public can monitor loans taken out by govt. | via @maracepeda 

Donning a rash guard while surrounded by inflatable dolphins, performance activist Mae Paner, also known as Juana Change, channels presidential spokesperson Harry Roque for the #SONAgkaisa  rally. #SONA2020 

Rappler CEO Maria Ressa slams Duterte spokesperson Harry Roque's statement that the President is supportive of press freedom: "To say that President Duterte values freedom of the press is misleading at best; a lie at worst."

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