In a “Day of Action” on Oct 17, rallyists called for justice for Jennifer Laude and the abrogation of the Philippine-US defense agreements, and culminated with the formation of a network seeking justice for the slain Filipina transgender.
Day: October 18, 2014
Nurses care for sick patients, but government is not caring for them.
“The problem with Malacañang’s proposal to allow the President to enter into P6 billion to P10 billion ($136 million to $227 million) worth of negotiated power contracts is that it is based on Energy Secretary Jericho Petilla’s mere insistence of a power shortage that is not supported by verifiable data.”
“Justice remains elusive but his death would not be for naught if we continue what my father fought for.”
“Three years is too long for justice to be delayed. We will not accept this complacently; we fear that without public pressure, the case will remain unresolved, similar to the thousands of extra-judicial killings.” – Marie Sol Villalon of the Promotion of Church People’s Response
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