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2019 in the Philippines details events of note that have occurred, or are scheduled to take place, in the Philippines in 2019.

Incumbents[edit]

President Rodrigo R. Duterte
Rodrigo R.
Duterte
Vice-President Leni Robredo
Leni G.
Robredo
Senate President Vicente Sotto III
Vicente
Sotto III
House Speaker Alan Peter
Alan Peter
Cayetano
Chief Justice Diosdado Peralta
Diosdado
Peralta

Events[edit]

January[edit]

Aftermath of the bombing inside the Cathedral Our Lady of Mount Carmel

February[edit]

  • February 6 – The second round of the Bangamoro Organic Law plebiscite is held with voters in 67 barangays in North Cotabato and 6 towns in Lanao del Norte deciding if they are in favor of their localities joining the proposed Bangsamoro Autonomous Region.[12][13] 63 barangays in North Cotabato votes to join the new autonomous region while 6 municipalities in Lanao del Norte rejects its inclusion to the region.[14][15]
  • February 13 – Rappler CEO Maria Ressa is arrested by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) for cyber libel upon orders from Manila Regional Trial Court Branch 46.[16][17][18] She posted bail the next day. Ressa claimed that her right to due process was violated, since she was not informed of the complaint against her. She also described her arrest as an "abuse of power" and "weaponization of the law".[17] Ressa's arrest was condemned by journalists, organizations, and influential figures from the Philippines and abroad, describing it as an attack on press freedom.[19][20][21] Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo denied that the government was trying to silence press freedom.[21] President Rodrigo Duterte has repeatedly labeled Rappler as "fake news" as he perceived the online news site to be too critical of his administration.[22][23] However, the libel complaint was filed by businessman Wilfredo Keng regarding a Rappler article published in May 2012 (updated in February 2014) where Keng was alleged to have lent a vehicle to Chief Justice Renato Corona, who was undergoing an impeachment trial at the time.[24] The article also linked Keng to human trafficking and drug smuggling.[25]
  • February 26 – The Bangsamoro Autonomous Region was formally established and the Bangsamoro Transition Authority (BTA) is constituted.[26][27][28]

March[edit]

  • Since March 6 – Numerous areas across Metro Manila, estimated to be 52,000 households by Manila Water, experience water scarcity.[29] Manila Water COO Geodino Carpio cited the delay of water infrastructure projects, such as the constructions of a wastewater treatment plant in Cardona, Rizal and the Kaliwa Dam in Tanay, Rizal, for the issue.[30] Manila Water also noted the critically low levels of the La Mesa Dam, its lowest level in 12 years, which the company relies on as their emergency supply of water source.[31]
  • March 15 – Former Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales and former Secretary of Foreign Affairs Albert del Rosario filed a case in the International Criminal Court (ICC) against Chinese President Xi Jinping and other Chinese government officials for alleged crimes against humanity.[32] The complaint cited environmental damage in the West Philippine Sea due to land reclamation, occupation of islands, and destructive fishing activities conducted by China.[33] The communication was delivered to the ICC two days before the Philippines' ICC withdrawal became effective.[34][35][36]
  • March 17 – The Philippines formally withdraws from the International Criminal Court after the country's withdrawal notification was received by the Secretary-General of the United Nations last year.[37] The court earlier launched a preliminary investigation whether it has jurisdiction to tackle on allegations of state-sanctioned human rights violations in the Philippine Drug War.[38][39][40][41][42]
  • March 29 – Rappler CEO and journalist Maria Ressa is arrested for allegedly violating the Anti-Dummy Law, which prohibits foreigners from intervening in the management and operation of a Filipino media company.[43] She was released the same day after posting bail.[44][45][46] The charge is based on Rappler's issuance of Philippine Depositary receipts (PDRs) to the American company Omidyar Network in 2015.[47][48][49] Ressa described her arrest as an attack on press freedom, accusing the Philippine government of being "intolerant of journalists".[50] Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo responded, saying: "press freedom has nothing to do with the charges... She's charged of a crime and there is a determination of probable cause hence a warrant of arrest has been issued... She cannot be always using the freedom of the press as an excuse to attack the administration."[51]
  • March 30 – Fourteen people are killed during the police operations across Negros Oriental.[52][53] Human rights and farmer groups condemned the incident, whom they said that these people were killed were merely the farmers and tricycle drivers.[54][55]

April[edit]

  • April 3 – A series of video was uploaded by the account named "Ang Totoong Narcolist" on YouTube, accusing the Duterte family, as well as former Special Assistant to the President (SAP) Bong Go, of involving in the illegal drug trade.[56][57][58] Rodel Jayme is arrested on April 30 by the NBI for sharing "Bikoy" videos accusing President Rodrigo Duterte and his family of their involvement in the illegal drug trade.[59][60][61][62]
  • April 10 – Fossil fragments found in the Callao Cave in the Philippines reveal the existence of the "Homo luzonensis" species of humans.[63] The species is named after the island where it was discovered, Luzon.[64]
  • April 22:
    • A 6.1-magnitude earthquake hit the large parts of Luzon, leaving at least 16 person killed and injured 81 others.[65]
    • The "Oust-Duterte" matrix, containing the destabilization efforts by media organizations and journalists against Duterte, was revealed to the public.[66][67]
  • April 23 – A 6.5-magnitude earthquake hit the island of Visayas with the epicenter at San Julian, Eastern Samar less than 24 hours after the Luzon earthquake.[68]

May[edit]

The proclamation of the winning twelve senators by the Commission on Elections on May 22, 2019
  • May 6 – Peter Joemel Advincula, the man claimed to be "Bikoy", a hooded-figure in the video, reveals himself to the public where he asked for legal assistance.[69][70] Advincula also denied the links of any political position.[71] On May 23, Advincula surrenders to the Camp Crame, where he retracted the statement by claiming to the public that the videos were "orchestrated" by LP and Senator Trillanes.[72] He also said that he is vowed to received ₱500,000 in exchange of being there in the video.[73][74]
  • May 13 – Philippine general elections were held.[75] Voters elects new members of the House of Representatives as well as elect 12 members of the Senate to join the 12 winners of the 2016 Senate elections.[76]
  • May 21 – Former Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales has been denied entry to Hong Kong due to her "security threat".[77] Though the Hong Kong did not explain the cause, the Malacañang stated that it was a retaliation of Chinese government against Carpio-Morales for filing an ICC criminal case against Chinese President Xi Jinping and other officials over the China's land reclamation in the disputed South China Sea.[78][79]
  • May 22 – Commission on Elections (COMELEC), sitting as the National Board of Canvassers (NBOC), proclaims 12 winning senators in the midterm elections.[80] It also proclaims 51 winning party-list members as well.[81]

June[edit]

F/B Gem-Ver's truncated stern is evident in this image taken after the incident

July[edit]

  • July 8 – President Rodrigo Duterte has awarded a certificate of public convenience and necessity (CPCN) to Dito Telecommunity, the consortium of Davao City-based businessman Dennis Uy and allowing it to operate.[98][99][100][101][102][103]
  • July 11 – A resolution initiated by Iceland was adopted by the United Nations Human Rights Council calling for an investigation on the human rights situation in the Philippines including deaths linked to President Rodrigo Duterte's campaign against drugs in the country.[104][105][106][107][108]
  • July 13 – Father Gerard Francisco Timoner III from Daet, Camarines Norte is elected the Master of the Order of Preachers, the head of the Dominican Order, for a nine-year term.[109] Timoner is the first Filipino, as well as the first Asian, to be elected as such.[110]
  • Since July 18 – A series of killings occurred in Negros Oriental when four police officers were killed by the suspected communists groups.[111][112][113][114][115][116][117][118]
  • July 18 – The Philippine National Police (PNP) has filed a sedition complaint against Vice President Leni Robredo, several senators and opposition personalities in connection with videos annotated by a certain Bikoy, who linked members of the Duterte family to illegal drugs.[119][120]
  • July 26 – President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered a halt in all gaming operations with franchises, licenses or permits granted by the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO), citing corruption.[121][122] On July 27, the Philippine National Police (PNP) has began shutting down lotto kiosks and other gaming outlets nationwide, after President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the suspension of gaming schemes authorized by the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO).[123] On July 30, President Rodrigo Duterte lifts the suspension of operations of lotto game.[124] On August 22, President Rodrigo Duterte lifts the suspension on the operations of Small Town Lottery (STL) in the country.[125] On September 28, President Rodrigo Duterte lifts the suspension on the operations of Keno Game and Instant Sweepstakes Scratch-It schemes.[126]
  • July 27 – A magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck Batanes.[127] It was preceded by a 5.4 magnitude foreshock.[128] Nine people were killed by the combined effects of the earthquakes.[129] A state of calamity was declared in the whole province.[130]

August[edit]

New Bilibid Prison where both Antonio Sanchez and the suspects of Chiong sisters murders are incarcerated

September[edit]

October[edit]

November[edit]

December[edit]

Holidays[edit]

On August 16, 2018, the government announced at least 18 Philippine holidays for 2019 as declared by virtue of Proclamation No. 555, series of 2018.[241] Note that in the list, holidays in italics are "special non-working holidays," those in bold are "regular holidays," and those in non-italics and non-bold are "special holidays for schools."[242]

In addition, several other places observe local holidays, such as the foundation of their town. These are also "special days."

Business and economy[edit]

Health[edit]

Sports[edit]

Pacquiao greets the crowd after his victory over Thurman.
The Philippine delegation team at the SEA Games closing ceremony

Entertainment and culture[edit]

Deaths[edit]

January[edit]

February[edit]

March[edit]

April[edit]

  • April 4 – Mark Joseph Ubalde, (b. 1986), former GMA News and News5 reporter, contributor and researcher of VERA Files[434]
  • April 16 – Jose Mari Gonzales, (b. 1938), actor and politician.[435]
  • April 19 – Rodolfo Severino Jr., (b. 1936), former Secretary-General of the ASEAN (1998–2002), and ambassador to Malaysia (1989–1992)[436]
  • April 25 – Levy P. Laus, (b. 1951), CEO of Laus Group Company[437][438]
  • April 28:
  • April 30 – Vic Vic Villavicencio, (b. 1952), founder of Triple V Group of Companies[441]

May[edit]

June[edit]

July[edit]

August[edit]

  • August 8 – Pastor "Boy" Saycon, (b. 1951) political strategist and member of the EDSA People Power Commission[479]
  • August 16 – Eddie Baddeo, (b. 1961) fashion designer[480][481]
  • August 18 – Sophia Corullo, (b. 2013) child actress[482][483]
  • August 19 – Gina Lopez, (b. 1953) environmentalist, former DENR secretary (2016–2017), former chairperson of ABS-CBN Foundation[484][485][486][487]
  • August 20 – Ernesto Lariosa, (b. 1944) Cebuano writer, poet, and columnist[488]
  • August 21 – Julian Daan a.k.a. Esteban "Teban" Escudero, (b. 1945) radio personality (DYHP), actor, comedian, incumbent Talisay City councillor, former Cebu Provincial board member and Vice-Governor[489]
  • August 25 – Gloria Lerma Yatco a.k.a. Mona Lisa, (b. 1922) actress[490]

September[edit]

  • September 8 – Lito Legaspi, (b. 1942) actor[491][492]
  • September 9 – Sari Yap, (b. 1962) founder of Mega Magazine[493]
  • September 13 – Rene Espina, (b. 1929) former senator and governor of Cebu[494]
  • September 21:
  • September 22 – Nelson Navarro, (b. 1948) veteran journalist and author[498]
  • September 24:

October[edit]

November[edit]

December[edit]

See also[edit]

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