Rappler's latest stories on Duterte on United Nations
'I never considered for a second cutting any ties over this small matter,' says Philippine Foreign Secretary Teodoro 'Teddyboy' Locsin Jr
The justice secretary's comment is contrary to President Rodrigo Duterte's general aversion to international interference in his campaign against drugs
(3rd UPDATE) Listing some of Manila's actions against UN officials, rights chief Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein says 'it makes one believe that the president of the Philippines needs to submit himself to some sort of psychiatric evaluation'
This comes after a Human Rights Watch director said the Philippines can be kicked out of the UNHRC if the drug war killlings continue
National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr tells a Senate panel that the National Security Council will discuss the incident once the government receives the full report
Senator Loren Legarda says the Paris climate deal will enter into force for the Philippines on Earth Day April 22
President Rodrigo Duterte finds the pronouncements from certain bodies as unwelcome meddling in national matters such as the war on drugs
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte: Why would the United Nations be so easy to be swayed into interfering in the affairs of this Republic?
The Philippines incoming leader tells the United Nations: You cannot even lift a finger in Africa They’re butchering the black people there
As president he will chair the Climate Change Commission which mainly negotiates for the country at the United Nations