Court said her arrest was ‘offensive’ and ‘repugnant’ to due process.
Month: March 2022
For the Filipino masses, especially the farmers, Kerima Lorena Tariman is a hero. No amount of terrorist-tagging can erase that.
Dev’t groups say Filipinos are seeking tangible solutions, looking at the upcoming election as a turning point for democracy and development.
By DEE AYROSO
Two peace consultants and their companions were disappeared in early March in separate incidents. Human rights group calls on the government to surface them.
Para labanan ang pagkalat ng kasinungalingan, kailangang isulong ang sistematikong paglalahad ng katotohanan. Dito pumapasok ang tinatawag na fact-checking. Ipinapaliwanag sa simpleng salita kung bakit kasinungalingan ang kasinungalingan at kung bakit katotohanan ang katotohanan.
The electoral watchdog Kontra Daya (literally, Against Cheating) has found that seven out of 10 groups running for party-list seats in the House of Representatives are in the hands of far from marginalized and far from voiceless sectors and interests.
Going into his final three months in office, President Duterte apparently realized he was far from achieving another one of his 2016 campaign promises: to achieve peace and end the 50-years-plus armed conflict with the underground Left revolutionary movement.
“We are fighting back. Let this serve as a warning against all other NTF-ELCAC (officials) and other government agencies. You will be held accountable.”
“We hope that the court will see and appreciate the inconsistencies with regard to the process and issuance of the search warrant itself.”
By DEE AYROSO