“While we welcome all aid extended to our brothers and sisters in the Visayas, we don’t see the necessity of deploying missile cruisers and missile destroyers and, amphibious assault vehicles and other warships.” – Cristina Palabay, Karapatan
Day: November 26, 2013
Missing kin makes it difficult for Typhoon Yolanda survivors to move on
Before they could start rebuilding their lives, survivors of Typhoon Yolanda have to account for their missing loved ones first. Sadly, the Aquino government made it clear that searching for survivors beneath the rubble is not its priority.
Ilocos Sur journalists commemorate Maguindanao massacre, reiterates call for justice
“We are frustrated with the slow pace of the trial. It is disheartening that justice lies in the hands of those who are powerful, yet, they are not doing anything about it.” – CEGP-Ilocos Sur
SC order to reinstate Times/Dominion Bus employees still in limbo
“Last month we received a back-to-work letter from Mencorp. But when we went there to work – they only presented to us a ‘partial settlement,’ telling us that (Times) Mencorp has sold its holdings. But as per law, they still have to prove that.”