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Why is the Malacañang Website Down?

The website is inaccessible.
by Arianne Merez
May 17, 2022
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The official website of Malacañang which contains records of the Presidential Museum and Library was inaccessible since Monday for updates, its administrator said after a former Palace official called attention to the matter.

The Presidential Museum and Library said the website was “merely suspended following measures to update the content therein and improve its security features”.

“Rest assured that the contents of the said website have not been compromised and will be made available to the public at the soonest possible time," it said in a statement.

The website contains records of past Philippine presidents including those of the martial law regime of presumptive president Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr.'s father. The website is different from the Official Gazette, the official journal of the Republic of the Philippines.

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The Presidential Museum and Library issued the statement after Manolo Quezon III, a former Palace undersecretary for strategic communications, tweeted on Monday about the status of the website.

As of Tuesday morning, the website remained inaccessible.


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