As President Rodrigo Duterte feasted during his “humble” birthday celebration yesterday, a detained Lumad student was deprived of celebrating her 18th birthday with family and supporters in a social welfare facility in Cebu City.
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Detained Grade 10 student Esmelito Oribawan and Datu Benito Bay-ao have fallen ill in jail.
“This is unacceptable. How can government social workers refuse to heed the orders of the court? Beyond the legal imperative, how can government social workers not empathize with the sufferings of the child and the father whose reunion has been blocked again and again?”
PCol. Robert Limbawan said volunteer teacher Roshelle Porcadilla has been brought to the Police Regional Office-7 under the orders of Philippine National Police chief Debold Sinas.
The SOS Network denounced what it called “illegal transport of minors” by authorities.
“We will defend UP, our sanctuary, as much as it has defended us.” – Lumad student
Bayan Muna Rep. Eufemia Cullamat fears that with the looming passage of the anti-terror bill, more incidents of harassment and abductions might take place.
“The food and other resources [are] a challenge in this time of enhanced community quarantine since we couldn’t leave the premises, and so do other individuals or groups who have been visiting us.”
“We should all unite to call for lifting of martial law.”
Members of the 56th IBPA blocked the entry of school and food supplies for the said boarding school despite coordination with the local government unit.
‘Postponement of peace talks would mean more troops to Lumad schools, communities’ – Save our Schools network
“The Duterte government is horribly violating national and international laws of protecting civilians, especially children and schools, from military attacks.”