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PHILIPPINES-POLITICS/
RTX365BH
May 17, 2017
Philippines' newly appointed Foreign Minister and outgoing senator Alan Peter Cayetano (R) is greeted...
Pasay, Philippines
Philippines' newly appointed Foreign Minister and outgoing senator Alan Peter Cayetano (R) is greeted...
Philippines' newly appointed Foreign Minister and outgoing senator Alan Peter Cayetano (R) is greeted by Senator Panfilo Lacson during a confirmation hearing of the Commission on Appointments at the Senate headquarters in Pasay city, metro Manila, Philippines May 17, 2017. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES-MINING/
RTS122DN
March 09, 2017
Philippines' Senator Panfilo Lacson gestures while talking to Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)...
Manila, Philippines
Philippines' Senator Panfilo Lacson gestures while talking to Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)...
Philippines' Senator Panfilo Lacson gestures while talking to Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Secretary Regina Lopez during a Commission on Appointment hearing at the Senate headquarters in Pasay city, metro Manila, Philippines March 9, 2017. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES-DRUGS/
RTSYWH6
February 16, 2017
Philippine Senator Panfilo Lacson (2nd L) looks at a bag full of methamphetamine hydrochloride, locally...
TRECE MARTIRES, Philippines
Philippine Senator Panfilo Lacson looks at a bag full of methamphetamine hydrochloride, locally known...
Philippine Senator Panfilo Lacson (2nd L) looks at a bag full of methamphetamine hydrochloride, locally known as "shabu", during the destruction of confiscated illegal drugs in Trece Martires, Cavite, south of Manila, Philippines February 16, 2017. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2XS0N
February 13, 2012
Philippine Senator Judges Teofisto Guingona III (L), Aquilino Pimentel III (C) and Panfilo Lacson (R)...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine Senator Judges listen during the impeachment trial of Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona...
Philippine Senator Judges Teofisto Guingona III (L), Aquilino Pimentel III (C) and Panfilo Lacson (R) listen during the impeachment trial of Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona (not pictured) at the Senate in Manila, Philippines February 13, 2012. REUTERS/Francis R Malasig/Pool (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW)
PHILIPPINES-IMPEACHMENT/
RTR2XFZP
February 07, 2012
Philippine Senator-Judges Franklin Drilon (L), Loren Legarda (2nd L), Panfilo Lacson (C), Pia Cayetano...
Manila, Philippines
Philippine Senator-Judges gather for a discussion during a break in the impeachment trial of Supreme...
Philippine Senator-Judges Franklin Drilon (L), Loren Legarda (2nd L), Panfilo Lacson (C), Pia Cayetano (3rd R), Joker Arroyo (2nd R) and Alan Peter Cayetano gather for a discussion during a break in the impeachment trial of Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona at the Senate in Manila February 7, 2012. The impeachment trial of Corona, the Philippines' top judge, began on January 16. Corona, appointed by President Benigno Aquino's predecessor Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, is charged with betraying public trust and violating the constitution. He is also accused of bias in favour of Arroyo as she faced charges late last year and, among other things, of failing to disclose his assets and liabilities. REUTERS/Rolex dela Pena/Pool (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
PHILIPPINES-IMPEACHMENT/
RTR2XFZ8
February 07, 2012
Senator-Judges Manuel Villar (L), Panfilo Lacson (2nd L), Vicente Sotto (2nd R) and Senate President...
Manila, Philippines
Senator-Judges Villar, Lacson, Sotto and Senate President Enrile hold a discussion during a break at...
Senator-Judges Manuel Villar (L), Panfilo Lacson (2nd L), Vicente Sotto (2nd R) and Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile hold a discussion during a break at the impeachment trial of Supreme Court Chief Justice Renato Corona at the Senate in Manila February 7, 2012. The impeachment trial of Corona, the Philippines' top judge, began on January 16. Corona, appointed by President Benigno Aquino's predecessor Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, is charged with betraying public trust and violating the constitution. He is also accused of bias in favour of Arroyo as she faced charges late last year and, among other things, of failing to disclose his assets and liabilities. REUTERS/Rolex dela Pena/Pool (PHILIPPINES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2KI11
March 28, 2011
Senator Panfilo Lacson gestures during a news conference at the Senate headquarters in Pasay city, metro...
Manila, Philippines
Senator Panfilo Lacson gestures during a news conference at the Senate headquarters in Pasay city, metro...
Senator Panfilo Lacson gestures during a news conference at the Senate headquarters in Pasay city, metro Manila March 28, 2011. Lacson, returned to the country on Saturday after leaving the country more than a year after being implicated in the November 2000 killing of publicist Salvador Dacer and his driver Emmanuel Corbito. The Court of Appeals ordered with finality the nullification of the arrest warrants against him and the charges lodged against him for his alleged involvement, local media reported on Monday. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2KI0Z
March 28, 2011
Senator Panfilo Lacson (C) is surrounded by security as he arrives for a news conference at the Senate...
Manila, Philippines
Senator Panfilo Lacson is surrounded by security as he arrives for a news conference at the Senate headquarters...
Senator Panfilo Lacson (C) is surrounded by security as he arrives for a news conference at the Senate headquarters in Pasay city, metro Manila March 28, 2011. Lacson, returned to the country on Saturday after leaving the country more than a year after being implicated in the November 2000 killing of publicist Salvador Dacer and his driver Emmanuel Corbito. The Court of Appeals ordered with finality the nullification of the arrest warrants against him and the charges lodged against him for his alleged involvement, local media reported on Monday. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2KI0Y
March 28, 2011
Senator Panfilo Lacson waves to reporters before the start of a news conference at the Senate headquarters...
Manila, Philippines
Senator Panfilo Lacson waves to reporters before the start of a news conference at the Senate headquarters...
Senator Panfilo Lacson waves to reporters before the start of a news conference at the Senate headquarters in Pasay city, metro Manila March 28, 2011. Lacson, returned to the country on Saturday after leaving the country more than a year after being implicated in the November 2000 killing of publicist Salvador Dacer and his driver Emmanuel Corbito. The Court of Appeals ordered with finality the nullification of the arrest warrants against him and the charges lodged against him for his alleged involvement, local media reported on Monday. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR27Y0H
September 17, 2009
Former Philippine president Joseph Estrada holds a copy of a libel complaint against banking and insurance...
Manila, Philippines
Former Philippine president Joseph Estrada holds a copy of a libel complaint against banking and insurance...
Former Philippine president Joseph Estrada holds a copy of a libel complaint against banking and insurance tycoon Alfonso Yuchengco after a news conference in San Juan city, metro Manila September 17, 2009. Estrada, 72, ousted from office and convicted of plunder, filed a libel case on Thursday after he was accused by Senator Panfilo "Ping" Lacson of intimidating Yuchengco to sell his shares of stocks in the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co, the country's biggest telephone in the country. Yuchengco gave interviews to the media confirming Lacson's accusations, who can not be sued because of parliamentary immunity. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR27Y0B
September 17, 2009
Former Philippine president Joseph Estrada speaks at a new conference after filing a libel complaint...
Manila, Philippines
Former Philippine president Estrada speaks at a new conference after filing a libel complaint against...
Former Philippine president Joseph Estrada speaks at a new conference after filing a libel complaint against banking and insurance tycoon Alfonso Yuchengco at the prosecutor's office in San Juan city, metro Manila September 17, 2009. Estrada, 72, filed a libel case on Thursday after he was accused by a Senator Panfilo "Ping" Lacson of intimidating Yuchengco to sell his shares of stocks in the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co, the country's biggest telephone in the country. Yuchengco gave interviews to the media confirming Lacson's accusations, who can not be sued because of parliamentary immunity. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES CRIME LAW POLITICS BUSINESS)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR27Y08
September 17, 2009
Former Philippine president Joseph Estrada (C) is escorted by policemen and the local mayor's son, Jayvee...
Manila, Philippines
Former Philippine president Estrada is escorted by policemen after filing a libel complaint against banking...
Former Philippine president Joseph Estrada (C) is escorted by policemen and the local mayor's son, Jayvee Ejercito (R wearing sunglasses), after filing a libel complaint against banking and insurance tycoon Alfonso Yuchengco at the prosecutor's office in San Juan city, metro Manila September 17, 2009. Estrada, 72, filed a libel case on Thursday after he was accused by a Senator Panfilo "Ping" Lacson of intimidating Yuchengco to sell his shares of stocks in the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co, the country's biggest telephone in the country. Yuchengco gave interviews to the media confirming Lacson's accusations, who can not be sued because of parliamentary immunity. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES CRIME LAW POLITICS BUSINESS)
PHILIPPINES-ELECTION/
RTR1QIJY
June 06, 2007
Senators-elect (L-R) Gregorio Honasan, Allan Cayetano, Benigno Aquino III, Manny Villar, Francis Escudero,...
Manila, Philippines
Senators-elect listen during their proclamation in Manila
Senators-elect (L-R) Gregorio Honasan, Allan Cayetano, Benigno Aquino III, Manny Villar, Francis Escudero, Loren Legarda, Panfilo Lacson, Francis Pangilinan and Edgardo Angara listen during their proclamation in Manila June 6, 2007. The Philippines announced 10 winners of elections to the Senate on Wednesday with only two of them allied to President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo.
REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES/ELECTIONS
RTR1MCME
February 13, 2007
A man walks past a series of election posters along a street in Manila February 13, 2007.
Campaigning...
Manila, Philippines
Man walks past series of election posters along a street in Manila
A man walks past a series of election posters along a street in Manila February 13, 2007.
Campaigning began across the Philippines on Tuesday for congressional elections in May, with the focus on whether the opposition can win enough seats to impeach President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
PHILIPPINES IMPEACHMENT
RTRMRAZ
September 06, 2005
Former Philippine president Aquino, Roces, former presidential candidate Villanueva and Senator Lacson...
Manila, Philippines
Former Philippine president Aquino, Roces, former presidential candidate Villanueva and Senator ...
Former Philippine president Aquino, Roces, former presidential candidate Villanueva and Senator Lacson join protest march in Manila's Quezon City. Former Philippine president Corazon Aquino (2nd R), Susan Roces (R), widow of last year's beaten presidential candidate Fernando Poe Jr., Eddie Villanueva (2nd L), a former presidential candidate, and Senator Panfilo Lacson join a protest march in Manila's Quezon City September 6, 2005. Thousands of people marched towards the Philippine Congress building in Manila on Tuesday to protest against lawmakers' rejection of an impeachment complaint against Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES IMPEACHMENT
RTRMQXH
September 06, 2005
Former president Aquino, Roces, former presidential candidate Villanueva and Senator Lacson react after...
Manila, Philippines
Former president Aquino, Roces, former presidential candidate Villanueva and Senator Lacson ...
Former president Aquino, Roces, former presidential candidate Villanueva and Senator Lacson react after Congress rejected impeachment complaint against President Arroyo. Former president Corazon Aquino (L), Susan Roces (2nd L), former presidential candidate Eddie Villanueva (2nd R) and Senator Panfilo Lacson react after the Congress rejected an impeachment complaint against President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo during the plenary session at the Congress in Manila's Quezon City September 6, 2005. Thousands of people marched towards the Philippine Congress building on Tuesday to protest against the lawmakers' decision. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo
PHILIPPINES ELECTIONS
RTRJ2W8
May 10, 2004
This combination photo shows candidates for the Philippine presidential election (L-R): incumbent President...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
COMBINATION PHOTO OF PHILIPPINE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES.
This combination photo shows candidates for the Philippine presidential election (L-R): incumbent President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, action movie star and film producer Fernando Poe Jr., senator and former police chief Panfilo Lacson, lawyer and former education secretary Raul Roco and television evangelist Eddie Villanueva. The Philippines goes to the polls May 10, 2004 to choose a president and 17,000 other officials at all levels of government in an election that is characterized by a tradition of vote-buying, cheating and violence. REUTERS/Files CC/FA
PHILIPPINES ELECTIONS
RTRJ31L
May 09, 2004
PRESIDENTIAL CONTENDERS SING A HYMN DURING A RELIGIOUS SERVICE AT THE OLDEST STONE CHURCH IN THE PHILIPPINES....
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PRESIDENTIAL CONTENDERS SING A HYMN DURING A RELIGIOUS SERVICE AT THE OLDEST STONE CHURCH IN ...
PRESIDENTIAL CONTENDERS SING A HYMN DURING A RELIGIOUS SERVICE AT THE OLDEST STONE CHURCH IN THE PHILIPPINES. Philippine presidential contenders sing a hymn during a religious service at the oldest stone church in the Philippines on the eve of general elections in Manila May 9, 2004. About 43 million Filipinos will select a president, a vice president and 17,000 other government officials at all levels in elections on Monday. Contenders (L-R) are film star Fernando Poe Jr., Senator Panfilo Lacson and incumbent President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV
PHILIPPINES ELECTIONS
RTRJ30F
May 09, 2004
Presidential contenders attend a Catholic mass at the oldest stone church in the Philippines on the eve...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PRESIDENTIAL CONTENDERS ATTEND CATHOLIC MASS AT THE OLDEST STONE CHURCH IN THE PHILIPPINES.
Presidential contenders attend a Catholic mass at the oldest stone church in the Philippines on the eve of general elections in Manila May 9, 2004. About 43 million Filipinos will select a president, a vice president and 17,000 other government officials at all levels in elections on Monday. (L-R) are television evangelist Eddie Villanueva, former Senator Raul Roco, film star Fernando Poe, Jr.,Senator Panfilo Lacson and incumbent President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV EDC/FA
PHILIPPINES ELECTIONS
RTRJ308
May 09, 2004
PRESIDENT GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO SHAKES HANDS WITH FELLOW PRESIDENTIAL CONTENDER FILM STAR FERNANDO...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PRESIDENT GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO SHAKES HANDS WITH FELLOW PRESIDENTIAL CONTENDER FILM STAR ...
PRESIDENT GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO SHAKES HANDS WITH FELLOW PRESIDENTIAL CONTENDER FILM STAR FERNANDO POE, JR.IN MANILA. President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo shakes hands with fellow presidential contender film star Fernando Poe, Jr. during a Catholic mass at the oldest stone church in the Philippines on the eve of general elections in Manila May 9, 2004. About 43 million Filipinos will select a president, a vice president and 17,000 other government officials at all levels in elections on Monday. At centre is another contender, Panfilo Lacson. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV
PHILIPPINES ELECTIONS
RTRJ301
May 09, 2004
President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (R) and four other election contenders attend a Catholic mass at the...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PRESIDENT GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO AND OTHER ELECTION CONTENDERS ATTEND CATHOLIC MASS IN MANILA.
President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (R) and four other election contenders attend a Catholic mass at the oldest stone church in the Philippines on the eve of general elections in Manila May 9, 2004. About 43 million Filipinos will select a president, a vice president and 17,000 other government officials at all levels in elections on Monday. Others in photo are (L-R) Eddie Villanueva, Raul Roco, Fernando Poe, Jr. Panfilo Lacson. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV EDC/FA
PHILIPPINES ELECTIONS
RTRJ2ZT
May 09, 2004
PRESIDENT GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO STANDS WITH HER OTHER CONTENDERS AT START OF CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS SERVICE...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PRESIDENT GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO STANDS WITH HER OTHER CONTENDERS AT START OF CATHOLIC ...
PRESIDENT GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO STANDS WITH HER OTHER CONTENDERS AT START OF CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS SERVICE IN MANILA. President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (3-L) stands with her other contenders at the start of a Catholic religious service on the eve of general elections in Manila May 9, 2004. About 43 million Filipinos will select a president, a vice president and 17,000 other government officials at all levels in elections on Monday. (L-R) are Raul Roco, Senator Panfilo Lacson, Arroyo and Fernando Poe, Jr. REUTERS/Erik de Castro
PHILIPPINES ELECTIONS
RTRJ2ZL
May 09, 2004
PRESIDENT GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO SHAKES HANDS WITH CONTENDER RAUL ROCO AT THE START OF A CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PRESIDENT GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO SHAKES HANDS WITH CONTENDER RAUL ROCO AT THE START OF A ...
PRESIDENT GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO SHAKES HANDS WITH CONTENDER RAUL ROCO AT THE START OF A CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS SERVICE ON THE EVE OF GENERAL ELECTIONS IN MANILA. President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo (R) shakes hands with contender Raul Roco at the start of a Catholic religious service on the eve of general elections in Manila May 9, 2004. About 43 million Filipinos will select a president, a vice president and 17,000 other government officials at all levels in elections on Monday. Others in photo are presidential candidates Fernando Poe, Jr. (2-L) and Senator Panfilo Lacson REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV
PHILIPPINES
RTRIES6
April 29, 2004
Philippine presidential candidate Panfilo Lacson walks on a street in the southern city of Zamboanga...
Zamboanga, Philippines - Republic of
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE PANFILO LACSON WALKS ON A STREET IN ZAMBOANGA.
Philippine presidential candidate Panfilo Lacson walks on a street in the southern city of Zamboanga April 29, 2004 to campaign for the May 10 national elections. Lacson, a former police officer during the time of deposed President Joseph Estrada met earlier this week with opposition presidential candidate and film star Fernando Poe, Jr. but they only agreed to pooling resources to fight election fraud. Both candidates are running against President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo who is seeking a fresh mandate in next month's polls. REUTERS/Erik de Castro EDC/CP
PHILIPPINES
RTRIERB
April 29, 2004
Philippine presidential candidate Panfilo Lacson (C) waves to supporters while campaigning in the southern...
Zamboanga, Philippines - Republic of
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE PANFILO LACSON WAVES TO SUPPORTERS WHILE CAMPAIGNING IN ZAMBOANGA.
Philippine presidential candidate Panfilo Lacson (C) waves to supporters while campaigning in the southern city of Zamboanga April 29, 2004 for the May 10 national elections. Lacson, a former police officer during the time of deposed President Joseph Estrada met earlier this week with opposition presidential candidate and film star Fernando Poe, Jr. but they only agreed to pooling resources to fight election fraud. Both candidates are running against President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo who is seeking a fresh mandate in next month's polls. REUTERS/Erik de Castro EDC/CP
PHILIPPINES
RTRIER3
April 29, 2004
Philippine presidential candidate Panfilo Lacson greets supporters while campaigning in the southern...
Zamboanga, Philippines - Republic of
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE PANFILO LACSON GREETS SUPPORTERS WHILE CAMPAIGNING IN ZAMBOANGA.
Philippine presidential candidate Panfilo Lacson greets supporters while campaigning in the southern city of Zamboanga April 29, 2004 for the May 10 national elections. Lacson, a former police officer during the time of deposed President Joseph Estrada met earlier this week with opposition presidential candidate and film star Fernando Poe, Jr. but they only agreed to pooling resources to fight election fraud. Both candidates are running against President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo who is seeking a fresh mandate in next month's polls. REUTERS/Erik de Castro EDC/CP
PHILIPPINES
RTRHUZ5
April 20, 2004
A supporter of presidential candidate Fernando Poe Jr. pastes up campaign posters in Manila April 20,...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
CAMPAIGN POSTERS FOR FERNANDO POE JR IN MANILA.
A supporter of presidential candidate Fernando Poe Jr. pastes up campaign posters in Manila April 20, 2004. Opposition presidential candidates Fernando Poe Jr and Panfilo Lacson called off their unity talks yesterday, dimming chances they could come up with a united front against President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo CR
PHILIPPINES
RTRHUYP
April 20, 2004
Presidential candidate and film star Fernando Poe Jr (R) talks to Philippine Vice President Teofisto...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE FERNANDO POE JR IN MANILA.
Presidential candidate and film star Fernando Poe Jr (R) talks to Philippine Vice President Teofisto Guingona at a gathering of the Filipino-Chinese community in Manila April 20, 2004. Opposition presidential candidates Fernando Poe Jr and Panfilo Lacson called off their unity talks yesterday, dimming chances they could come up with a united front against President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo CR
PHILIPPINES
RTRHUYI
April 20, 2004
Presidential candidate and film star Fernando Poe Jr greets members of the Filipino-Chinese community...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE FERNANDO POE JR MEETS FILIPINO-CHINESE COMMUNITY IN MANILA.
Presidential candidate and film star Fernando Poe Jr greets members of the Filipino-Chinese community in Manila April 20, 2004. Opposition presidential candidates Fernando Poe Jr and Panfilo Lacson called off their unity talks yesterday, dimming chances they could come up with a united front against President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo CR
PHILIPPINES ELECTION SMS
RTREUHJ
March 10, 2004
A Philippine man shows an election-related text message from his mobile phone in Manila March 10, 2004....
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
A PHILIPPINE MAN SHOWS AN ELECTION-RELATED TEXT MESSAGE FROM HIS MOBILE PHONE IN MANILA.
A Philippine man shows an election-related text message from his mobile phone in Manila March 10, 2004. More than a quarter of the 82 million Filipinos send an average of seven text messages each day, making the poor Southeast Asian country the world's capital for text messaging. Ping in the text message refers to presidential candidate Panfilo Lacson and FPJ is front-runner Ferdinand Poe, Jr. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo CR/FA
PHILIPPINES
RTRSZ1X
February 16, 2004
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE SENATOR PANFILO LACSON SPEAKS DURING A FORUM WITH FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS IN MANILA....
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE SENATOR PANFILO LACSON SPEAKS DURING A FORUM WITH FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS ...
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE SENATOR PANFILO LACSON SPEAKS DURING A FORUM WITH FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS IN MANILA. Presidential candidate Senator Panfilo Lacson speaks during a forum with foreign correspondents in Manila's Makati financial district in the Philippines February 16, 2004. President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and film star Fernando Poe Jr. who are front-runners in the political contest did not attend the forum. Lacson is flanked by other presidential candidates Raul Roco (L) and evangelist Eddie Villanueva (R). REUTERS/Erik de Castro
PHILIPPINES
RTRSZ1Q
February 16, 2004
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES RAUL ROCO, SENATOR PANFILO LACSON AND EVANGELIST EDDIE VILLANUEVA SHOWCASE TOWELS...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES RAUL ROCO, SENATOR PANFILO LACSON AND EVANGELIST EDDIE VILLANUEVA ...
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES RAUL ROCO, SENATOR PANFILO LACSON AND EVANGELIST EDDIE VILLANUEVA SHOWCASE TOWELS USED FOR CAMPAIGNING IN THE PHILIPPINES. Presidential candidates for the May election (L-R) Raul Roco, Senator Panfilo Lacson and evangelist Eddie Villanueva showcase towels used in for election campaigning to foreign correspondents in Manila's Makati financial district, February 16, 2004. President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and film star Fernando Poe Jr. who are front-runners in the political contest did not attend the forum. REUTERS/Erik de Castro
PHILIPPINES
RTRCT7Q
February 16, 2004
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE RAUL ROCO MAKES A POINT DURING A FORUM WITH FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS IN THE PHILIPPINES....
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE RAUL ROCO MAKES A POINT DURING A FORUM WITH FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS IN ...
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE RAUL ROCO MAKES A POINT DURING A FORUM WITH FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTS IN THE PHILIPPINES. Presidential candidate Raul Roco makes a point alongside other candidates Senator Panfilo Lacson and evangelist Eddie Villanueva (R) during a forum with foreign correspondents in Manila's Makati financial district in the Philippines February 16, 2004. President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and film star Fernando Poe Jr. who are front-runners in the political contest did not attend the forum. REUTERS/Erik de Castro
PHILIPPINES
RTRBXB2
February 05, 2004
Philippine National Police document examiner Mely Sorra (foreground) compares the signature specimens...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE DOCUMENT EXAMINER MELY SORRA TESTIFIES DURING A SENATE HEARING IN MANILA.
Philippine National Police document examiner Mely Sorra (foreground) compares the signature specimens of a certain "Jose Pidal" as she testifies during a Senate hearing February 5, 2004 in Manila. The hearing follows accusations of corruption by presidential candidate Panfilo Lacson against Jose Miguel "Mike" Arroyo, the husband of the Philippine president. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo CR/PB
PHILIPPINES
RTR850Y
December 04, 2003
Senator Panfilo Lacson raises his fist to supporters after the Laban ng
Demokratikong Pilipino (LDP)...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
FILIPINO SENATOR NAMED AS LDP PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IN MANILA.
Senator Panfilo Lacson raises his fist to supporters after the Laban ng
Demokratikong Pilipino (LDP) (Fight of the Democratic Filipinos)
political party proclaimed him as their presidential candidate, in
Manila December 4, 2003. Lacson will challenge incumbent President
Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and immensely popular film star Fernando Poe,
Jr. in next May's presidential election. REUTERS/Erik de Castro

EDC/RCS
PHILIPPINES
RTR850K
December 04, 2003
Senator Panfilo Lacson speaks to supporters after the Laban ng
Demokratikong Pilipino (LDP) (Fight of...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
FILIPINO SENATOR NAMED AS LDP PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IN MANILA.
Senator Panfilo Lacson speaks to supporters after the Laban ng
Demokratikong Pilipino (LDP) (Fight of the Democratic Filipinos)
political party proclaimed him as their presidential candidate, in
Manila December 4, 2003. Lacson will challenge incumbent President
Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and immensely popular film star Fernando Poe,
Jr. in next May's presidential election. REUTERS/Erik de Castro

EDC/RCS
PHILIPPINES
RTR8501
December 04, 2003
Supporters raise the hands of Senator Panfilo Lacson (C) as the Laban
ng Demokratikong Pilipino (LDP)...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
FILIPINO SENATOR NAMED AS LDP PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IN MANILA.
Supporters raise the hands of Senator Panfilo Lacson (C) as the Laban
ng Demokratikong Pilipino (LDP) (Fight of the Democratic Filipinos)
political party proclaims him as their presidential candidate, in
Manila December 4, 2003. Lacson will challenge incumbent President
Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and immensely popular film star Fernando Poe,
Jr. in next May's presidential election. REUTERS/Erik de Castro

EDC/RCS
PHILIPPINES
RTR7VJX
November 29, 2003
A picture of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's (C) dressed
as Santa Claus and opposition...
Cebu, Philippines - Republic of
CUT OUT PICTURES OF PHILIPPINE POLITICIANS HANG ON A CINEMA BUILDING IN
CEBU.
A picture of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's (C) dressed
as Santa Claus and opposition leaders (L-R) Senator Panfilo Lacson,
Raul Roco, business tycoon Eduardo Cojuangco and film star Fernando
Poe, Jr. hang on a cinema building in Cebu city in central Philippines
November 29, 2003. Lacson, Roco and Poe had declared their candidacies
for the country's next May's presidential election contesting Arroyo.
Picture taken November 29, 2003. REUTERS/Erik de Castro

EDC/CP
PHILIPPINES ARROYO,HUSBAND
RTR2EI9
September 02, 2003
Jose Miguel Arroyo, husband of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal
Arroyo, is sworn in during the...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
JOSE MIGUEL ARROYO IS SWORN IN DURING A SENATE INQUIRY IN MANILA.
Jose Miguel Arroyo, husband of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal
Arroyo, is sworn in during the Senate investigation in Manila September
2, 2003. The Senate started its inquiry into accusations by Senator
Panfilo Lacson that Jose Miguel stashed away at least 260 million pesos
($4.7 million) in election campaign contributions and other funds in
dozen bank accounts under false names. REUTERS/Erik de Castro

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PHILIPPINES ARROYO
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September 02, 2003
Jose Miguel Arroyo, husband of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal
Arroyo, adjusts his eyeglasses...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
JOSE MIGUEL ARROYO ADJUSTS HIS GLASSES DURING A SENATE INVESTIGATION IN
MANILA.
Jose Miguel Arroyo, husband of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal
Arroyo, adjusts his eyeglasses while facing the Senate investigation in
Manila September 2, 2003. The Senate started its inquiry into
accusations by Senator Panfilo Lacson that Jose Miguel stashed away at
least 260 million pesos ($4.7 million) in election campaign
contributions and other funds in dozen bank accounts under false names.
REUTERS/Erik de Castro

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PHILIPPINES ARROYO
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September 02, 2003
Jose Miguel Arroyo, husband of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal
Arroyo, testifies at the Senate...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
JOSE MIGUEL ARROYO TESTIFIES DURING THE SENATE INQUIRY IN MANILA.
Jose Miguel Arroyo, husband of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal
Arroyo, testifies at the Senate inquiry in Manila September 2, 2003.
The Senate started its inquiry into accusations by Senator Panfilo
Lacson that Jose Miguel stashed away at least 260 million pesos ($4.7
million) in election campaign contributions and other funds in dozen
bank accounts under false names. REUTERS/Erik de Castro

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ARROYO
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September 01, 2003
Jose Miguel Arroyo, [husband of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo], testifies at the Senate...
Manila, Philippines
Jose Miguel Arroyo, [husband of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo], testifies at the Sena.....
Jose Miguel Arroyo, [husband of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo], testifies at the Senate inquiry in Manila September 2, 2003. [The Senate started its inquiry into accusations by Senator Panfilo Lacson that Jose Miguel stashed away at least 260 million pesos ($4.7 million) in election campaign contributions and other funds in dozen bank accounts under false names.]
PHILIPPINES ARROYO,HUSBAND
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September 01, 2003
PHILIPPINE SENATOR PANFILO LACSON ASKS QUESTION OF JOSE MIGUEL ARROYO
AT A SENATE INVESTIGATION IN MANILA....
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PHILIPPINE SENATOR PANFILO LACSON ASKS QUESTION OF JOSE MIGUEL ARROYO
AT A SENATE INVESTIGATION ...
PHILIPPINE SENATOR PANFILO LACSON ASKS QUESTION OF JOSE MIGUEL ARROYO
AT A SENATE INVESTIGATION IN MANILA.
PHILIPPINES
RTRMLL7
April 29, 2003
Philippine Senator Panfilo Lacson (C) links arms with opposition
leaders after he was endorsed as their...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PHILIPPINE SENATOR PANFILO LACSON (C) LINK ARMS WITH OPPOSITON LEADERS.
Philippine Senator Panfilo Lacson (C) links arms with opposition
leaders after he was endorsed as their presidential bet in the 2004
elections at the Club Filipino in Manila on April 29, 2003. Lacson has
strong support among the masses and is acceptable to other classes
because of his successful campaign against criminality when he was
chief of the Philippine National Police. In photo from L-R: Butz
Aquino, former Senator and brother in-law of former president Corazon
Aquino, and Juan Ponce Enrile, a former senator. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco

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PHILIPPINES
RTRMLK3
April 29, 2003
Philippine Senator Panfilo Lacson (2nd from L) joins hands with
opposition leaders after being endorsed...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
OPPOSITION CHOSES CANDIDATE FOR 2004 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN MANILA.
Philippine Senator Panfilo Lacson (2nd from L) joins hands with
opposition leaders after being endorsed as their presidential candidate
for the 2004 elections, in Manila April 29, 2003. In photo from L-R:
Butz Aquino, former Senator and brother in-law of former president
Corazon Aquino, Lacson, Juan Ponce Enrile, former senator and Jose
Victor Ejercito, son of former president Joseph Estrada. REUTERS/Romeo
Ranoco

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PHILIPPINES
RTRM992
September 05, 2001
Opposition Philippine Senator Panfilo Lacson (R), former national
police chief, confers with his lawyer...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
OPPOSITION PHILIPPINE SENATOR PANFILO LACSON CONFERS WITH HIS LAWYER.
Opposition Philippine Senator Panfilo Lacson (R), former national
police chief, confers with his lawyer during a Philippine senate
committee hearing in Manila September 5, 2001 into alleged links
between local police and drug lords operating in Hong Kong. Philippine
military intelligence chief colonel Victor Corpus accused Lacson of
profiting from illegal drugs but Lacson denied the accusations.
REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco

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PHILIPPINES ESTRADA
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August 06, 2001
Philippine opposition Senator Panfilo Lacson holds a copy of his speech
to the Senate in Manila August...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PHILIPPINE OPPOSITION SENATOR PANFILO LACSON HOLDS A COPY OF HIS SPEECH
IN MANILA.
Philippine opposition Senator Panfilo Lacson holds a copy of his speech
to the Senate in Manila August 6, 2001. Lacson on Monday denied
military accusations that he and ousted president Joseph Estrada had
amassed hundreds of million of dollars allegedly earned from organised
crime, drugs and ransom. Lacson was the former Philippine National
Police Chief during the Estrada's government.

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PHILIPPINES ESTRADA
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May 11, 2001
SENATORIAL CANDIDATES PANFILO LACSON AND GRINGO HONASAN RAISE THEIR ARMS DURING A POLITICAL PARTY MEETING...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
SENATORIAL CANDIDATES PANFILO LACSON AND GRINGO HONASAN RAISE THEIR ARMS DURING A POLITICAL ...
SENATORIAL CANDIDATES PANFILO LACSON AND GRINGO HONASAN RAISE THEIR ARMS DURING A POLITICAL PARTY MEETING IN MANILA.


Senatorial candidates Panfilo Lacson (L) and colleague Gregorio Honasan (R) raise their arms with fellow candidate Jamby Madrigal (C) during their political rally meeting in Manila May 11, 2001. Lacson and Honasan, who were among key opposition figures who have gone into hiding since Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo ordered their arrest under a state of emergency, came out of hiding to attend the rally after the government granted their safe passage.
PHILIPPINES RALLY
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May 11, 2001
Philippine opposition senatorial candidate Gregorio Honasan reaches out to supporters during a pre-election...
Manila, Philippines
OPPOSITION SENATORIAL CANDIDATE GREGORIO HONASAN REACHES OUT TO SUPPORTERS IN MANILA.
Philippine opposition senatorial candidate Gregorio Honasan reaches out to supporters during a pre-election campaign rally in Manila May 11, 2001. Honasan and fellow candidate Panfilo Lacson (not in picture) were among the key opposition figures who have gone into hiding since Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo ordered their arrest under the state of rebellion. They came out of hiding to attend the rally after the government granted their safe passage.

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PHILIPPINES RALLY
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May 11, 2001
Philippine opposition candidate Panfilo Lacson acknowledges cheers from supporters during a pre-election...
Manila, Philippines
OPPOSITION SENATORIAL CANDIDATE PANFILO LACSON ACKNOWLEDGES CHEERS FROM SUPPORTERS IN MANILA.
Philippine opposition candidate Panfilo Lacson acknowledges cheers from supporters during a pre-election campaign rally in Manila May 11, 2001. Lacson and colleague Gregorio Honasan (not in picture) were among the key opposition figures who have gone into hiding since Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo ordered their arrest under the state of rebellion. They came out of hiding to attend the rally after the government granted their safe passage.

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PHILIPPINES ESTRADA
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May 11, 2001
SENATORIAL CANDIDATE PANFILO LACSON HUGS PARTY MATE AGAPITO AQUINO WHILE GRINGO HONANSAN LOOKS IN MANILA.


Senatorial...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
SENATORIAL CANDIDATE PANFILO LACSON HUGS PARTY MATE AGAPITO AQUINO WHILE GRINGO HONANSAN LOOKS ...
SENATORIAL CANDIDATE PANFILO LACSON HUGS PARTY MATE AGAPITO AQUINO WHILE GRINGO HONANSAN LOOKS IN MANILA.


Senatorial candidate Panfilo Lacson (R) hugs political party mate Agapito Aquino while colleague Gregorio Honasan (L) looks on during their political rally meeting in Manila May 11, 2001. It was Lacson and Honasan's first public appearance after the government accused them of inciting thousands of supporters of jailed former president Joseph Estrada to storm the presidential palace last May 1.
PHILIPPINES
RTRC8FB
December 21, 2000
Philippine National Police chief Panfilo Lacson holds documents as he testifies during an impeachment...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE CHIEF PANFILO LACSON SPEAKS DURING IMPEACHMENT TRIAL IN MANILA.
Philippine National Police chief Panfilo Lacson holds documents as he testifies during an impeachment trial against President Joseph Estrada at the Senate in Manila December 21, 2000. The Philippines Senate tribunal summoned Lacson on Thursday to testify on a report that police were tapping phone calls made by key figures in the impeachment trial of Estrada.

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PHILIPPINES
RTRC6PS
December 20, 2000
Philippine National Police chief Panfilo Lacson reviews his documents during the impeachment trial of...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE CHIEF PANFILO LACSON REVIEWS HIS DOCUMENTS.
Philippine National Police chief Panfilo Lacson reviews his documents during the impeachment trial of Philippine President Joseph Estrada in Manila December 20, 2000. The Philippine Senate Tribunal summoned Lacson on Wednesday to testify on a report that police were tapping phone calls made by key figures in the impeachment trial.

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PHILIPPINES
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December 20, 2000
Philippine National Police chief Panfilo Lacson takes the oath before testifying at the impeachment trial...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE CHIEF PANFILO LACSON TAKE AN OATH.
Philippine National Police chief Panfilo Lacson takes the oath before testifying at the impeachment trial of Philippine President Joseph Estrada in Manila December 20, 2000.The Philippine Senate Tribunal summoned Lacson on Wednesday to testify on a report that police were tapping phone calls made by key figures in the impeachment trial of Estrada.

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PHILIPPINES-BOMBINGS
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May 28, 2000
A Filipino shopping mall security guard John Molina (L) identifies, during a press conference at a police...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
A WITNESS IDENTIFIES A BOMBING SUSPECT IN MANILA.
A Filipino shopping mall security guard John Molina (L) identifies, during a press conference at a police headquarters in Manila May 28, Abdul Abedin Muhamad (R), as the person who brought a plastic cup into Cinema 6 moments before the bomb blast on May 21. Police Chief Panfilo Lacson said three of the twenty-six Moslem militants, including a police sergeant, have been arrested in raids on Saturday around the Philippine capitals for alleged involvement in the recent bombing of two big Manila shopping malls. At least one person was killed and dozens were injured in two separate malls bombings. The other suspects are Abdulah Butuan (3rd R) and Abdulaji Mangco.

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PHILIPPINES BOMBINGS
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May 28, 2000
An unidentified Filipino witness (2nd L) points to one of the shopping malls bombing suspects during...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
AN UNIDENTIFIED FILIPINO WITNESS POINTS TO A BOMBING SUSPECT AT A POLICE STATION.
An unidentified Filipino witness (2nd L) points to one of the shopping malls bombing suspects during a press conference in a police headquarters in Manila May 28. Police Chief Panfilo Lacson (L) said three of the twenty-six Moslem militants, including a police sergeant, have been arrested in raids on Saturday around the Philippine capitals for alleged involvement in the recent bombing of two big Manila shopping malls. At least one person was killed and dozens were injured in two separate malls bombings. The suspects are (L to R) Abdulah Butuan, Abdulaji Mangco and Abdul Abedin Muhamad.

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PHILIPPINES BOMBS ESTRADA
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May 22, 2000
Philippine President Joseph Estrada (L) speaks as he addresses the nation at the presidential palace...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PHILIPPINE PRESIDENT ESTRADA AT NATIONWIDE ADDRESS.
Philippine President Joseph Estrada (L) speaks as he addresses the nation at the presidential palace in Manila May 22. Estrada said on Monday a spate of bombings in the country was aimed at destabilizing the government and he had ordered the military to hunt them down. Estrada's statement to the nation came a day after suspected rebels bombed Manila's biggest shopping mall, killing one person and wounding 14. The military leaders seated L-R: Brigadier General Angelo Reyes, Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces, National Police Chief Panfilo Lacson and Deputy General Jose Calimlim, vice-chief of staff of the Armed Forces.

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PHILIPPINES
RTR39BY
April 18, 2000
Philippine President Joseph Estrada (R) aboard a command vehicle during a joint Armed Forces of the Philippines...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PHILIPPINE PRESIDENT JOSEPH ESTRADA ABOARD A COMMAND VEHICLE.
Philippine President Joseph Estrada (R) aboard a command vehicle during a joint Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and Philippine National Police (PNP) testimonial parade at the military headquarters in Manila April 18. Estrada, is honored by the AFP and PNP on the eve of his 63rd birthday. Other in photo is PNP Director General Panfilo Lacson (L) and AFP chief of Staff Gen. Angelo Reyes (C).

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PHILIPPINES
RTRTIEK
April 01, 2000
Philippine National Police (PNP) officers do push-up exercises during "Operation Pot Belly" at police...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE OFFICERS DO PUSH-UP EXERCISES IN MANILA.
Philippine National Police (PNP) officers do push-up exercises during "Operation Pot Belly" at police headquarters in Manila April 1. PNP Director Panfilo Lacson ordered big-bellied policemen and officers to have a maximum 34-inch waistline by the end of three months or face sanctions.

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PHILIPPINES
RTRTIAB
April 01, 2000
Philippine National Police (PNP) Director Panfilo Lacson leads PNP officers in morning exercises during...
Manila, Philippines - Republic of
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POLICE DIRECTOR PANFILO LACSON LEADS PNP OFFICER IN MORNING EXERCISES.
Philippine National Police (PNP) Director Panfilo Lacson leads PNP officers in morning exercises during "Operation Pot Belly" outside police headquarters in Manila April 1. Lacson ordered big-bellied policemen and officers to have a 34-inch waistline by the end of three months or face sanctions. Lacson waistline is 30.85.

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