Oct. 8, 2016, marks 100 days since President Rodrigo Duterte swore to Filipinos that he would eradicate drugs, crime and corruption, among other lofty promises. The Inquirer continues to track whether change is truly coming to the Philippines, with more special reports and site features stretched until the end of the year.
Fr. Robert Reyes, also known as the "running priest" for initiating marathons for causes, urged lawmakers to look into their conscience and realize that "death penalty is wrong." Video by Noy Morcoso