LOOK: Aika Robredo shares a post-graduation family photo after Jillian received her degree from New York University. In the same graduation rites, singer songwriter Taylor Swift received her doctorate in fine arts, honoris causa. | via @JervisManahan (📷: Aika Robredo IG)
Tricia Robredo urged Filipinos to "never reduce the atrocities of Martial Law for clout and entertainment." This, in response to people impersonating the Robredo sisters online in the NYU 2022 commencement livestream. | via @wenacos 📸: Aika and Tricia Robredo’s Twitter
'IT FELT LIKE WE ALL GRADUATED TODAY' 💜👩🏻🎓 LOOK: Jillian Robredo, the youngest daughter of Vice President Leni Robredo, graduated with a double major in Economics and Mathematics from New York University today. |📷Aika Robredo/Twitter
Senator-Elect Alan Peter Cayetano, who faced Marcos in the 2016 vice-presidential elections, made the remark shortly after the Comelec proclaimed him a winner, along with 11 other senatorial bets in the so-called Magic 12. READ:
Presumptive president Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will not be able to name his own appointee to the SC after incumbent President Duterte named CA Justice Maria Filomena Singh to replace Senior Associate Justice Estela Perlas-Bernabe, who retired on May 14. READ:
Ferdinand Marcos Jr. will be the Philippines’ next president. His family history involves a dictatorship, billions of stolen dollars, thousands of designer shoes and murder. But he calls that "fake news."
WATCH: In his first presscon after the presumptive win of his boss, Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr., Vic Rodriguez ignores questions on how the incoming chief diplomat can travel to the United States with a standing contempt order there. Full story:
LOOK: Massive crowd gathers at the Ateneo de Manila University grounds for Vice President Leni Robredo and Sen. Kiko Pangilinan’s thanksgiving gathering. | 📷: Screengrab from VP Leni Robredo’s FB live
News out of Asia is insane today. 36 years after People Power in the Philippines, the son of former dictator Ferdinand Marcos is set to be the next president. Yet it's people power in Sri Lanka as PM Rajapaksa steps down and they've literally burned his house down. 🔥
Leni Robredo, the outgoing vice president of the Philippines, acknowledged on Friday her loss in one of the most consequential presidential elections in the nation’s history, urging her supporters to accept the results and to keep fighting disinformation.
Leni Robredo, the only woman on the ballot in the Philippines election, is an outspoken critic of President Rodrigo Duterte and a frequent target of his insults. Thousands of young people, some too young to vote, have been cheering her on. #Halalan2022
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