May 1, 2012 Reference: ACT Teachers Party-List Rep. Antonio L. Tinio The Aquino Administration’s supposed “surprise” elicited no impressed comments among the labor sector and various labor groups. Various groups vehemently called on to Aquino to stop prioritizing big corporations and start recognizing the rights of workers to decent pay. Rep. Antonio Tinio of ACT…
Migrante International marches today with the working people of the world in the fight against imperialist plunder and war that continue to threaten the lives and welfare of peoples, migrants and migrant workers, particularly overseas Filipinos and their families. Today, Migrante International unites with other sectors of Philippine society to condemn the Aquino administration’s puppetry…
By ANNE MARXZE D. UMIL
Various groups opposed to budget cuts in state universities and colleges (SUCs), health and social services have linked-up with government employees who are fighting against the P800 million ($18 million) slash on the 2012 budget for the country’s judiciary.
By JANESS ANN J. ELLAO
“Spending on SUCs and education is an investment to develop our country’s human resources. Congress and the Aquino government should rethink its misguided priorities and realign funds from foreign debt, CCTs, and military spending in favor of education and social services.” – JC Alejandro, League of Filipino Students