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“It’s not a question of who dumped the toxic waste. The question is whose toxic waste was dumped into our territory. Though Glenn Defense remains accountable for the act, the biggest accountability goes to the US and Aquino governments.” – Rep. Emmi de Jesus, Gabriela Women’s Party

What has the Department of Labor and Employment done about the health and safety violations that have resulted in more than 40 deaths and over 5,000 injuries in the three and a bit years Hanjin has been operating at Subic? What has happened to the Senate probe, which kicked off promisingly in early February amid a flurry of publicity about the then recent deaths at Hanjin?

BY KALIKASAN – PEOPLE’S NETWORK FOR THE ENVIRONMENT DEMOCRATIC SPACE Posted by Bulatlat Vol. VIII, No. 10, April 13-19, 2008 In response to SBMA Administrator Areza’s claims that “there are no grounds to stop the condominium project of Hanjin Heavy Industry in Subic forest reserve area”, Clemente Bautista, National Coordinator of Kalikasan People’s Network today…