Vice President Leni Robredo clarified that her office did not have intelligence funds.
Vice President Leni Robredo slammed President Rodrigo Duterte’s sexist remark which belittled the capacity of women to assume the presidency, pointing out that in fact, the world is filled with outstanding female leaders. Read:
LOOK: Vice President Leni Robredo on Friday met wih Australian Ambassador to the Philippines Steven James Robinson to discuss ways of strengthening the Philippines-Australia relations. | 📷 Leni Gerona Robredo
Vice President Leni Robredo on Sunday denounced President Rodrigo Duterte's statement that the presidency is not a “woman’s job,” saying that a president's words affect everyone.
LOOK: Vice President Leni Robredo meets Australian Ambassador to the Philippines Steven James Robinson to discuss how to strengthen Philippine-Australian diplomatic relations. Photo from Leni Robredo's Facebook
"I think that's very unpresidential." Vice President Leni Robredo reacts to President Rodrigo Duterte's threats of ruining her chances of taking his place, should she launch a presidential bid. RELATED STORY:
Vice President Leni Robredo supports calls for investigation into the protocols and timing of water release of Magat Dam, which caused widespread flooding in Cagayan and Isabela, to prevent similar situations from happening again.
LOOK: The Office of the Vice President distributes relief packs to families in West Casirac and East Casirac in Libon, Albay after the province was hit by Super Typhoon#RollyPH . Photos from Leni Robredo's Facebook page
The permanent shutter of ABS-CBN after the denial of its franchise is a threat to all critics of the government and it has a chilling effect to the news industry, says Vice President Leni Robredo. READ MORE:
When asked why the Philippines was performing poorly compared with neighboring countries in the ASEAN region in the fight against #COVID19 , Vice President Leni Robredo said that government officials had been "complacent" and "did not act urgently" at the start of the outbreak.
Vice President Leni Robredo has so far raised P36.2 million since her office launched its donation drive for the procurement of personal protective equipment (PPE) for medical frontliners.