“The audacity in yakking against us to our extreme prejudice outside the courtroom could not be matched by any modicum of fortitude by at least showing up in court.”
Day: July 12, 2019
Paglalakbay na naantala, salamat sa kapitalista
Kapitalismo rin ang dahilan kung bakit hindi pinapansin ang reklamo ng mga naagrabyadong pasahero. Walang pakialam ang mga negosyante sa naantalang iskedyul o maging sa buhay o kamatayang sitwasyon (kung mayroon man) ng mga pasahero. Para sa kanilang basta-basta na lang itinatakda ang pagbabago sa iskedyul ng biyahe ng mga pasahero nila, sapat na ang tokenistang paghingi ng paumanhin. Tahimik na lang sila sa kanilang pagkamal ng milyon-milyong kita (o baka naman bilyon-bilyon!).
Rights advocates ready to help UN probe
“We are ready to submit reports. We have all the fact sheets that you can think of, affidavits, and fact-finding reports. But it is best if they can speak to the victims and their relatives of rights abuses themselves.”
#PeopleSONA | Gov’t data show ‘downward trajectory’ in PH economy – think tank
“Duterte’s economic policies is creating a ‘debt bomb’ that will explode in the near future.“
New Manila mayor urged to protect vendors’ livelihood
Kadamay called for a dialogue with Domagoso and the vendors association in the city.
Cooperate or resign, PH govt told on UN probe
Mervin Toquero of the National Council of Churches in the Philippines (NCCP) said that barring entry of UN investigators into the country would only prove that “this administration is hiding something.”
Groups assail Duterte’s failure to uphold 3-year-old arbitration ruling favoring PH
As a result of Duterte’s refusal to uphold the country’s sovereignty on its exclusive economic zone, China has been able to complete the installation of its military bases in seven reefs that are within the waters being claimed by the Philippines.