“Facts and circumstances to prove that they are guilty of the crime have also not been met.”
Tags: Liza Maza
A resurrected case of political persecution
First, I apologize to this column’s regular readers for my inability to come out with a piece in the past two weeks. By now I’m sure you have already surmised the reason why, given the wide reportage in the media on a questionable court case involving me. Yes, considering the uneasy political climate, I have…
Judge who ordered arrest of Satur et.al inhibits, prosecutors mum
Judge Evelyn Atienza-Turla said she deems it proper to inhibit herself considering that there are concerns raised in relation to the court’s bias towards the accused.
Fabricated charges against Duterte’s critics resurrected
“Serious doubt has been raised over the malicious statements of the witnesses, which were the sole basis of information about the murder charges.”
NAPC bats for new anti-poverty approaches
NAPC Secretary Liza Maza hopes that their book of proposals will inspire meaningful debates among policy makers, change the way they see the poor and poverty, and usher in a comprehensive and integrated approach to poverty reduction this new year.
US gov’t bars woman leader
“The curtailment of the right to travel and liberty of movement of former House representative Liza Maza shows how the US government transgresses on the basic rights and freedoms of individuals and groups, even those outside its territory.”
Campus Journalists Endorse Progressive Party-list and Senatoriables
By ANNE EDNALYN DELA CRUZ
The College Editors Guild of the Philippines endorses Makabayan senatoriables Satur Ocampo and Liza Maza, who they believe, will uphold rights of journalists and the youth. Kabataan Rep. Raymond Palatino intends to amend the Campus Journalism Act of 1991.
Celebrating Cordillera Day 2010 to Advance the Politics of Change
About 5,000 delegates from different provinces in the Cordillera, Ilocos Region, Cagayan Region, NCR, Central Luzon and Mindanao, and indigenous peoples advocates from Taiwan, Cambodia, Thailand, Canada, France, Germany and Australia participated in the successful celebration of the 26th Cordillera Day celebration held last Sunday, April 25, at Melvin Jones, Burnham Park, Baguio City. Organized…
Covenant Forged to Protect Filipino Migrant Workers
By CIELO FLORES
Candidates who signed the covenant commit to review and work to repeal existing laws that exploit OFWs and to propose new policies that will further protect the rights and welfare of Filipino migrant workers.
First Automated Overseas Absentee Vote Goes to Progressive Senatoriables, Villar-Legarda Tandem
Press Release 10 April 2010 She was the first to hold the official ballot of the automated election scheme, the first to use the designated pen and the first to feed the valid ballot in the PCOS. Her vote went to the progressives. It was a flurry of firsts for Rowena dela Cruz,…
Poison Letter Against Senatorial Bets Circulated
By ZOFIA LEAL Bulatlat.com MANILA – Three local candidates in Ilocos Norte province received letters from anonymous sender last March 24 demonizing Makabayan party senatorial candidates Satur Ocampo and Liza Maza and progressive party list groups. The letter branded Ocampo as a “butcher and murderer” in the Southern Tagalog and Bicol regions for allegedly leading…