How to Contact Rodrigo Duterte
Rodrigo Duterte is a politician and lawyer by profession, and is currently serving as the 16th President of Philippines. He also served as the mayor in Philippines for the longest period of time, totaling over 22 years. He vocally supported extra-judicial killing of criminal and drug users between 1998 and 2016. He won the presidential elections in 2016 with around 40% of votes. He has always promised to reduce crimes and combat illegal trade of drugs. There can be several reasons you might want to get in touch with him, either to make a complaint or to thank him for his efforts. This oneHOWTO article will try to find out how to contact Rodrigo Duterte.
Call his hotline number
With an aim to stay in touch with the citizens of Philippines, a new hotline number has recently been established. Whenever you want to call the President, you can call his hotline number:8888.
You will be directed to a complaint office of the President in Malacanang. You can call this number from any landline or mobile number, and speak to an executive to speak about your concern. The hotline is manned with 10 operators 24/7, covering callers from the entire country. Once you make your request or complaint, the operator will direct it to the appropriate office. During the launch of the hotline, the President warned the callers never to make fake calls at this number.
You can also reach out to the President through email. Whenever you wish to contact Rodrigo Duterte, send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are special staff members who are dedicated to sort out these emails and send the relevant ones directly to the President. Make sure that your emails are meaningful, short and precise, and full of truth. For request of documents, send them an email at their Malacañang Records Office at email@example.com. If you need any kind of assistance regarding employment, housing, medical, legal or livelihood, or if you want to make any kind of complaint, you can send them an email at their Presidential Action Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To make inquiry about career opportunities in the President’s office, send them an email at their Human Resource Management Office at email@example.com.
Office of the President is situated at Malacañang Complex, J.P. Laurel Street, San Miguel, Manila 1005. You can send a written letter at this address. Once they receive your letter, and if they find it relevant, you will receive an appropriate reply within one month.
Calling their phone number
For request of documents, you can call their Malacañang Records Office at 784-4286 local 4029. If you need any kind of assistance regarding employment, housing, medical, legal or livelihood, or if you want to make any kind of complaint, you can call their Presidential Action Center at 736-8645, 736-8603, 736-8606, 736-8629, 736-8621, Telefax 7368621.
If you are looking for a career opportunity in the President’s office, call their Human Resource Management Office at 784-4286 local 4922. Never make fake calls on any of these numbers.
Through online forms
When you visit the government’s website, you will find several forms that you can fill to send any kind of message or query directly to the President’s office. Go to https://www.gov.ph/feedback/idulog/ and find the appropriate form as per the type of query you want to make.
Through social media
Keeping at par with the latest technology and developments, the president is available on a number of social networking sites as well. The official twitter page of Rodrigo Duterte is available at https://twitter.com/rrd_davao?lang=en. Here, he regularly updates and informs about his latest activities and events. You can follow him on this page, and stay updated about the latest happenings of President’s office. You may also post your message on his twitter page to let him know about your concerns. The President is also available on Facebook at facebook.com/rodyduterte. You can follow him on this page to become a part of his everyday updates.
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