Month: May 2010
Intensify the Struggles of the Proletariat and Peoples Against Imperialism and Reaction
By PROF. JOSE MARIA SISON Chairperson, International League of Peoples’ Struggle 1 May 2010 On this glorious day of the international proletariat, we, the International League of Peoples’ Struggle, join the workers and peoples of the world in celebrating their struggles, sacrifices and victories. It is of the greatest importance to raise the banner of…
After the Herrera Law Weakened Workers’ Rights, Another Labor Code Revision in the Offing?
By MARYA SALAMAT
Previous revisions in the Labor Code have served to deprive workers of their hard-won rights. Now, the Employers Confederation of the Philippines are pushing for more.
Appellate Court Affirms Rights Commission’s Mandate and Jurisdiction
By RONALYN V. OLEA
TThe 7th Division of the Court of Appeals held in abeyance the petition for temporary restraining order filed by the AFP and PNP to stop the Commission on Human Rights from hearing the complaints of human rights abuses filed by the Morong 43.
Bulatlat Live Event: Labor Day 2010
Joint coverage by Bulatlat.com and Kodao Productions of Labor Day activities, May 1, 2010. Free live streaming by Ustream Labor Day 2010
Benjie Oliveros | Surveys, What Purpose do They Serve?
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Analysis Bulatlat.com Poll surveys on the presidential race by Pulse Asia and Social Weather Station have been generating a lot of controversy. This came to a head when Sen. Richard Gordon sued Pulse Asia and the Social Weather Station (SWS) for damages amounting to P600,000 and filed a petition for a temporary…