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Erwin Tulfo Susunod na Communication Secretary ng Malacañang?

Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar says he has complete confidence that veteran broadcaster Erwin Tulfo can take over the helm at the PCOO. Andanar said he has heard rumors of him possible replacing senator elect Francis Tolentino as Presidential adviser for political affairs. But Andanar said they will remain just that rumors until President Duterte actually appoints Tolentino's successor. As to who will take over the helm at the PCOO if Andanar leaves that post Andanar said he has complete confidence in veteran broadcaster Erwin Tulfo. Secretary Martin Andanar thinks his “kumpare”, Erwin Tulfo, is qualified to take over his office as head the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) “I see the capacity of Erwin to run an office like the Presidential Communications Operations Office. I think he’s qualified to be the next Press Secretary if you ask me,” Andanar said in a press conference. “He has been in the media for ages. He starte

Tsina Sinimulan nang Alisin ang mga Barko sa West Philippine Sea bilang Paggalang kay PRRD

China pulled out at least 100 fishing boats from the West Philippine Sea on Tuesday, thanks to negotiations between the Philippine government and China. Philippine Special Envoy to China Ramon Tulfo said that the withdrawal is a result of the negotiations which began after his appointment by President Duterte nearly 7 months ago. “I was informed by an emissary who was here that the 100 ships have been withdrawn, and these are only initial,” Ramon Tulfo said. Ramon Tulfo also said that the success of negotiations is due in no small part to the respect held for President Duterte by Chinese officials. However, despite its submission, Tulfo said China reiterated that it will maintain its presence in the disputed maritime territory while promoting peace. “They won’t be aggressive for as long as our president is there because Chinese officials told me that they love our president. They just want to make their presence felt,” Tulfo said. According to Tulfo, China also vowed t