“Save our Nation Movement” is proposing the formation of a transition council composed of leaders of various sectors with proven integrity, competence and experience at public service.
Month: February 2015
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat perspective When former president Fidel V. Ramos was insisting that the ultimate responsibility for the Mamasapano fiasco lies with President Benigno Simeon Aquino III, being the commander-in-chief, Malacañang responded by saying that Ramos should wait for the results of the investigation. The Board of Inquiry of the Philippine National Police (PNP)…
“The MILF is bound by processes and documents, if we are to be held accountable, we would do that, instead of covering up, or absolving them.”
“The right to strike cannot be separated from the right to organize. The reason why workers are organized and unionized is to collectively defend their right and through a strike they are asserting that right. Without it, organizing is futile.”
Today is the eight year of the disappearance of NDFP peace consultant Leo Velasco.
“This hospital has been serving the poor for the past 70 years. If this hospital will be privatized, where will these poor patients go?”
A United Nations agency has responded to the complaint by urban poor victims who suffered from “one of the most violent demolitions” in the country.
“Skyrocketing tuition increase under the guise of ‘development’ actually kills students’ and youth’s right to accessible and quality education.”
“The US Navy not only incurred considerable damage to our world heritage site, they also clearly violated our Philippine sovereignty and laws.”
By ANNE MARXZE D. UMIL Bulatlat.com BORACAY ISLAND, Aklan – I had the chance to visit Boracay when we were invited to attend a media workshop. I was excited (our thanks to Health Justice and Ms. Inday Espina-Varona) because it was my first time to set foot on what is known as “vacation paradise.” Sunset,…
“The moon is a friend, for the lonesome, to talk to.” – Carl Sandburg