Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque on Monday challenged Vice President Leni Robredo to debate on whether or not President Rodrigo Duterte had given away any Philippine territory to China under his administration.
“Happy to be back,” declared presidential spokesperson Harry Roque on Monday as he reported that he is now out of isolation after contracting COVID-19 for the second time. | @dygalvezINQ
JUST IN: The government has downgrades the quarantine classification over Metro Manila and four of its adjacent provinces to a less stringent modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) starting Monday, April 12 , Presidential spokesman Harry Roque says. | @dygalvezINQ
Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque seems to take a swipe at comedian Vice Ganda on Monday, Jan. 18, saying that the public should trust the experts and not the comedians when it comes to the procurement of COVID-19 vaccines.
Filipinos should just accept President Rodrigo Duterte's sexist jokes during a situation briefing on typhoon devastation in Luzon because it's his way of coping with adversity, said Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque on Monday, November 16. READ:
'HARRY, LAY OFF' Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. on Monday told presidential spokesperson Harry Roque to leave off foreign affairs, saying the Palace official is “not competent” in the field.
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.
'COCKINESS HAS NO PLACE IN A PANDEMIC SITUATION' LOOK: Senator Panfilo Lacson posted this on Twitter, perhaps addressing presidential spokesperson Harry Roque who said Monday that Filipinos cannot be "choosy" with COVID-19 vaccines.
President Duterte to address the public Monday night; to announce quarantine classifications of Metro Manila and 4 nearby provinces, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque says | via @arianne_merez #COVID19Quarantine
Starting this Monday, June 1, the government will halt its cash assistance to low-income families as the country begins to ease lockdown restrictions, Presidential spokesman Harry Roque said. #COVID19Quarantine