“We should all unite to call for lifting of martial law.”
“He was attacked while sleeping and now that he is dead, he is still being attacked? What are the depths of cruelty and insensitivity?”
“…at worst, it is a defense mechanism to protect the real perpetrators by laying the blame elsewhere.”
“First thing that struck me when I first met Randy was he towered over everyone. Gentle brown giant.”
Datu Jomorito Goaynon is the chairperson of Kalumbay Regional Lumad Organization while Ireneo Ubarde is the chairperson of Kilusang Magbubukid ng Pilipinas (KMP)-Northern Mindanao Region.
Party-list groups that represent workers, health workers, and victims of disasters were disqualified by Comelec while those with questionable credibility and advocacies were allowed by the Comelec to participate this coming elections.
The recent disqualification of Aksyon Health Workers Party-List clearly leads us to believe that genuine party-lists, even with a track record of its initiators to boot and members belonging to the marginalized and underrepresented sector, could never make the cut just because of contestable technicalities. By ANNE MARXZE D. UMIL Bulatlat.com MANILA – Another progressive…
“The release of Baylosis is a victory, but hundreds more remain languishing in jails across the country. Along with the kin of political prisoners, other human rights advocates, and human rights lawyers, we will continue to work for the dismissal of charges against trumped-up charges against political prisoners.”
The anti-poor and anti-teacher Duterte administration cannot expect us to cower amid continuing harassments.”
“The PNP’s concerted national scheme to single out ACT and extract a list of all its members from principals and other school officials is a clear violation of the constitutional right to self-organization, freedom of expression and assembly, and right to privacy.”
The group calls on President Duterte’s government and the High Court to lift the TRO which “in effect suppresses their source of income. The lifting of the TRO would also help out the thousands of Angkas commuters, who were depending on the app service for faster means of transportation.”