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The Minister of Public Information who announced the declaration of martial law on-air in 1972 said President Duterte should not make threats on proclaiming nationwide martial law.

The Presidential spokesperson says the allegation on Senator Antonio Trillanes' offshore account was an 'isolated case.'

This, after Senator Trillanes went to Singapore to check on his alleged offshore accounts.

The detained senator said mass actions, even if they turn violent, do not warrant the expansion of martial law.

Labor groups said the increase is not enough.

Defense Secretary and martial law administrator Delfin Lorenzana said he supports giving the Human Rights Commission their full budget to keep the police and military in check.

Sen. Franklin Drilon warned of a possible deadlock in the 2018 national budget if the House insists on allocating P1,000 to the Commission on Human Rights.

Sen. Trillanes, however, fired back at President Duterte and challenged him to give details.

A far second were Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar and Singapore with two awards each.

President Rodrigo Duterte continued to defend his son Paolo Duterte and son-in-law Atty. Mans Carpio against the allegations of Sen. Antonio Trillanes.