By DEE AYROSO
Tags: charter change
“He’s [Duterte] not just crossing out the protectionist provisions but he’s also trying to bring back dictatorship together with historical revisionism.”
“The mass killings are meant for mass intimidation! Not just in the drug war, but in the war against authoritarianism, in the war against poverty, and in the war against political dynasties and perpetuation of this system of injustice.”
When the few and the powerful are celebrating over what is portrayed as a feat to uplift the lives of the Filipino people, ordinary mortals must be on their toes. Just before 2018 ended, President Rodrigo Duterte’s supermajority in the House of Representatives, headed by former President now House Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, practically railroaded and…
In this video, former Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno and lawyer Neri Colmenares explain why people should reject the present administration’s plan to shift to a federal form of government.
“What we have really is a state of hunger.”
The Transitory Provisions state that the term of the incumbent president and vice president would end on June 30, 2022 and Duterte is not allowed to run for president in the May 2022 elections. However, he may still run as the transition president.
The onset of Cha-cha threatens the education sector to the further gain of both local and foreign capitalists.
Cha-cha seeks to constitutionalize the Mining Act’s FTAA scheme that allows 100% foreign ownership and large-scale extraction of our mineral resources.
Proposed amendments to the 1987 Constitution expand and deepen the control and scope allowed for foreign businesses.
“We were forced to accept the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion [TRAIN] program, and now they want us to accept charter change, too.”