Protesters vow to stay vigilant to keep the maternity hospital in its place.
Day: June 9, 2016
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat perspective The country is ushering in a new administration by the month’s end. While previous administrations came and went, the neoliberal agenda has remained. There has been no deviation from the neoliberal policies that have been implemented since the time of the Marcos dictatorship. However, since incoming Pres. Rodrigo Duterte has…
10 things to know about the peace talks between the communists and the government of the Philippines
QUESTION EVERYTHING Mong Palatino Bulatlat.com 1. A civil war has been raging in the countryside since 1969. Landlessness, feudal exploitation, state brutality against the poor and marginalized – these are some of the issues that led to the formation of the New People’s Army. An armed force of the poor, by the poor, and for…
A group of OFWs and their families present their agenda to the incoming Duterte administration.
“These may be pieces of evidence, but not bone fragments.”
‘Few large private corporations control both the demand and supply of electricity for sale to consumers.’