I want to make you President — Duterte to Pacquiao

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In the same talk, Duterte said he wanted to add a representative from the LGBT community to his commission on urban poor.

It is 2 percent higher than the +40 net optimism score recorded in June of 2017. "Continue to inspire as we lead them towards a more prosperous life", Duterte added.

An anti-discrimination bill has been stalled in the Philippine Senate since September.

Speaking at the boxing legend's 39th birthday bash, the president said the fighter-turned-politician was capable of becoming the country's next president. Duterte has been called the Philippines' Donald Trump, due to his frequent crass comments.

De Lima said this is one of the very reasons why the NBN-ZTE deal was scuttled under the Arroyo government, aside from the corruption issues that plagued it. The problem is we'll have to change the law.

"I am for same-sex marriage", he told a group of LGBT activists in Dava. "After all, both governments do not mince words in describing the present as a golden age of PH-China relations", the opposition senator said.

Legalising same-sex marriages would bring him into conflict with the dominant Roman Catholic Church.

When the bodies were brought out, they were wrapped.

In a speech to the expatriate Filipino community in Myanmar, Duterte referenced battles over gender ideology sweeping the West.

"I said I am for [same] sex marriage if that is the trend of the modern times", Duterte is quoted as saying.

The military earlier claimed that 70 percent of rebel fighters in Mindanao are tribal people.

Pacquiao said the lawmakers virtually made cigarettes more affordable like candies by passing the low tobacco tax bill.

"This is a matter of national interest for the benefit of the public", he added. They are filing complaints with the Commission of Human Rights, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Special Rapporteur on Extrajudicial Killings, as well as the Joint Monitoring Committee for the implementation of the human rights agreement in the derailed GRP-NDFP peace negotiations.

The President did not reveal where his information came from.

However, some Filipinos doubt the results of the survey.

"You nominate somebody who is honest, hardworking. But we can change the law".

"The minority share owners of our providers are also foreign, so there's always a foreign partner involved", he said, referring to the country's telecoms providers whose problematic reception and slow internet service often draw complaints.