Thursday, December 29, 2011

Solutions for global challenges can only be achieved through solidarity – UN officials




From the Website of United Nations

links:  http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=40793&Cr=solidarity&Cr1=


Solutions for global challenges can only be achieved through solidarity – UN officials


Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
20 December 2011 – Top United Nations officials stressed today that solutions to current world challenges can only be achieved if countries practice solidarity among themselves, calling on States to establish partnerships and dialogue to make progress on issues such as climate change, poverty and conflict prevention.


CPP slams Aquino ceasefire violations



From the Website of PRWC
links: http://theprwcblogs.blogspot.com/2011/12/cpp-slams-aquino-ceasefire-violations.html#more



CPP slams Aquino ceasefire violations

Information Bureau
Communist Party of the Philippines
December 26, 2011

Citing initial reports from the New People's Army (NPA), the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) today slammed the Aquino regime for violating its own ceasefire declaration as its armed forces continue to wage its Oplan Bayanihan war of suppression against the people.

The CPP cited reports from Abra, Surigao del Sur, Isabela and Rizal provinces.

PEACE TALKS - GPH peace panel lauds P-Noy’s approval of truce with CPP-NPA-NDFP



From the Website of OPPAP

links: http://www.opapp.gov.ph/cpp-npa-ndf/news/gph-peace-panel-lauds-p-noy%E2%80%99s-approval-truce-cpp-npa-ndfp


GPH peace panel lauds P-Noy’s approval of truce with CPP-NPA-NDFP


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Posted on Friday, 16 December, 2011 - 09:41



Manila, Dec. 16 – The government peace panel in talks with the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army-National Democratic Front of the Philippines (CPP-NPA-NDFP) lauded President Benigno Aquino III’s call to approve the 18-day ceasefire with the communist rebels.


The President declared his approval of the suspension of offensive military operations (SOMO) after the budget signing on Thursday.


Friday, December 9, 2011

At the inauguration of the new Epson Precision Philippines, Inc. facility in Batangas



From Website of GPH Government of the Philippines
links:  http://www.gov.ph/2011/12/08/president-aquinos-speech-at-the-inauguration-of-the-new-epson-precision-philippines-facility-in-batangas-december-8-2011/

Right to Work and Economic Rights


Speech
of
His Excellency Benigno S. Aquino III
President of the Philippines
At the inauguration of the new Epson Precision Philippines, Inc. facility in Batangas

[Delivered at Lipa City, Batangas, on December 8, 2011

Director General Lilia de Lima; His Excellency Toshinao Urabe; Mr. Minoru Usui; Mr. Osamu Koshiishi; Mr. Kazuyuki Amano; Mr. Tadaaki Hagata; honorable Mayor Meynardo Sabili; Mr. Tomas Alcantara; Epson Precision Philippines, Inc. officials and employees; fellow workers in government; honored guests; ladies and gentlemen:

In the welcome address delivered in Filipino, I feel compelled to speak in Japanese. [Laughter] Unfortunately, the only word that comes to mind right now is arigato gozaimashita.


CPP twits AFP "ceasefire" talk






From the Website of PRWC

links:  http://theprwcblogs.blogspot.com/2011/12/cpp-twits-afp-ceasefire-talk.html#more


CPP twits AFP "ceasefire" talk

Information Bureau
Communist Party of the Philippines
December 06, 2011

The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) today twitted the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) for announcing that it was considering declaring a holiday ceasefire as reports of the military's year-long record of human rights violations appeared in the media. "This is just a way for the AFP to draw away attention from its dismal human rights record," said the CPP.

"All year long, the AFP is on a rampage committing one fascist act after another, imposing martial law and carrying out Palparan-style population control, food and economic blockades in peasant communities."


GPH to MILF: We look forward to peace deal in 2012



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links: http://www.opapp.gov.ph/                   


GPH to MILF: We look forward to peace deal in 2012

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Posted on Wednesday, 7 December, 2011 - 17:37


“This administration is looking forward to forge a negotiated political settlement in the first quarter of next year.”
Marvic Leonen

Kuala Lumpur, Dec. 7 - Government of the Philippines (GPH) peace panel chair Marvic Leonen challenged the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) to come up with a peace pact in 2012.

“This administration is looking forward to forge a negotiated political settlement in the first quarter of next year,” he said on Wednesday as the 23rd formal exploratory talks between the two parties concluded in the Malaysian capital.

Leonen described this round of formal talks as productive. “I agree with my counterpart (Mohagher Iqbal) that we have moved forward. The exchange between the two parties in the past three days has been frank, cordial and very professional.”

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

PROMOTIONS OF GOOD GOVERNANCE IN JUSTICE SYSTEM


PROMOTIONS OF GOOD GOVERNANCE 
IN JUSTICE SYSTEM
HUMAN RIGHTS IN GOVERNANCE



Department of Justice
 website and e-mail



JUSTICE SHALL PREVAIL
AGAINST ABUSIVE AND CRIMINALS IN THE SOCIETY


THE GOVERNMENT MUST IMPLEMENT THE GOOD AND FAIRNESS
AND JUST IN GOVERNANCE


DO NOT LET THE ABUSERS IN THE GOVERNMENT
ABUSE OUR SOCIETY SPECIALLY INNOCENT PERSONS


HUMAN RIGHTS IN GOVERNANCE
PEOPLE FIRST


PROTECT AND PROMOTE HUMAN RIGHTS


WE PROMOTE GOOD FAIR GOVERNANCE IN THE SOCIETY


Sunday, December 4, 2011

Philippines – United States Reaffirm Alliance



From the Website of DND
 PRESS RELEASE

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Strategic Assessment


Date16 Nov 2011 
Department of National Defense, Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City 
Tel. Nos: 911-7171 / 421-2201 CATEX 9116001-12 loc 8148/8149 Fax No.: 4212201


Philippines – United States Reaffirm Alliance


The Philippines and the United States reaffirmed their collective commitment to meet their obligations under the Mutual Defense Treaty (MDT). Embodied in the “The Manila Declaration” signed by PH Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert Del Rosario and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the presence of Secretary of National Defense Voltaire T. Gazmin and US Ambassador Harry Thomas Jr. on 16 November 2011, the renewed commitment marks the celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the MDT.


Friday, November 25, 2011

Peace Talks - MILF Editorial - On Miracle












From the Website of MILF


ON MIRACLE
(November 22-30)

Miracle is act or event that appears to be contrary to the laws of nature; it is an amazing event or action that is extraordinary, or unexpected. It is regarded as an act of God.
For believers of God, there is nothing unusual in this. God is omnipotent and He can do everything and all things.

NDF-EV warns of 8th ID's escalation of war in wake of Army chief's visit

 

 

From the Website of PRWC

links:  http://theprwcblogs.blogspot.com/2011/11/ndf-ev-warns-of-8th-ids-escalation-of.html#more

 

NDF-EV warns of 8th ID's escalation of war in wake of Army chief's visit

National Democratic Front of the Philippines
Eastern Visayas
Nob. 23, 2011

The National Democratic Front-Eastern Visayas today warned that the recent visit of new Philippine Army chief Gen. Emmanuel Bautista to the 8th Infantry Division is in preparation for the escalation of war. "The Aquino government appears hell-bent on pursuing all-out war in light of its refusal to resume peace talks with the National Democratic Front of the Philippines," said Fr. Santiago Salas, NDF-EV spokesperson. "Thus, the new Army chief's inspection of the 8th ID emphasizes that Eastern Visayas is one of the priority regions targeted by the Oplan Bayanihan of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. Moreover, in lieu of peace talks, the Aquino regime is amassing weapons to unleash total war on the people. In the midst of economic crisis, it will be spending P10 billion to upgrade the AFP, aside from continuing to receive US military aid and its announced intentions to acquire weapons from South Korea.


Friday, November 18, 2011

Human Rights Promotions and Constructive Criticism and Analytical Comments






Human Rights Promotions and Constructive Criticism and Analytical Comments 

Peace Talks Issues

Root of Internal Conflicts
Discovering the Answer of The puzzles of Internal Conflicts

What are the Different parties in the Armed Conflict negotiable unity to End the War or Internal Armed conflicts or Good Agreement in the Peace Talks?

Every Parties has different Belief in Political and Economic Governance Implementations to rule over the Philippines and for the People.  The CPP-NPA-NDF are Fighting for Rights to Self Determinations changing the Governance Political System for National Democracy and Socialism and Communism of the Philippine Liberations and the MILF are Fighting also for their Rights of Self Determinations for the Bangsamoro or Muslim Liberations, the two parties insurgence are different in Political Perspective Struggles in fighting their Right to Self Determinations.  Our Present Government Political Party Governing and other Democratic parties are protecting the Governance for their Poltical belief.  Our Present Government Party running the Government are Liberal Party, our governance are attached and under with the United States and WB and IMF which our economy is always in Poverty and we are in third world country…..

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Bago ang kanyang pagdalo sa 19th ASEAN Summit sa Bali, Indonesia













From the Website of GPH-Government
Links:  http://www.gov.ph/2011/11/17/statement-of-president-aquino-before-departure-for-the-19th-asean-summit-in-indonesia-november-17-2011/


Pahayag
ng
Kagalang-galang Benigno S. Aquino III
Pangulo ng Pilipinas
Bago ang kanyang pagdalo sa 19th ASEAN Summit sa Bali, Indonesia
[Inihayag sa Villamor Airbase noong ika-17 ng Nobyembre 2011]


Vice President Jejomar Binay; His Excellency Yohanes Kristianto Soeryo Legowo, Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia; members of the Cabinet present; Mayor Tony Calixto; Representative Emi Calixto-Rubiano; Chief of Staff, General Eduardo Oban; Police Director General Nicanor Bartolome; service commanders present; Admiral Ramon Liwag of the Coastguard; fellow workers in government; honored guests; ladies and gentlemen, good morning.

A November 16, 2011 press release from the Department of Foreign Affairs













From the Website of GPH-Government


A November 16, 2011 press release from the Department of Foreign Affairs


Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert F. del Rosario and United States Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton signed the Joint Statement of Principles on the Partnership for Growth (PFG) today in ceremonies at Malacañan Palace.

Remedies to obstacles or problems in the GPH-NDFP Peace Negotiations

























From the Website of PRWC
Links:  http://theprwcblogs.blogspot.com/2011/11/remedies-to-obstacles-or-problems-in.html#more

Remedies to obstacles or problems in the GPH-NDFP Peace Negotiations


Brief Presentation to Press Conference, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Prof. Jose Maria Sison
NDFP Chief Political Consultant
November 14, 2011

Let me state to you the remedies that have been used or can be used to overcome or solve 10 major obstacles or problems in the GPH-NDFP peace negotiations.

Let me refer quickly to every obstacle or problem and then state the remedy.

1. Problem of diametrically opposite positions in a civil war

Remedy: The Hague Joint Declaration (THJD) makes it possible for the warring parties, GPH and NDFP, to become negotiating parties. It declares that they are guided by mutually acceptable principles of national sovereignty, democracy and social justice and that there shall be no precondition whatsoever to negate the inherent character and purpose of peace negotiations. Both sides keep their respective political integrity in addressing the roots of the armed conflict by negotiating and agreeing on basic social, economic and political reforms.


Status and obstacles to the resumption of peace negotiations



























From the Website of PRWC
Links:  http://theprwcblogs.blogspot.com/2011/11/status-and-obstacles-to-resumption-of.html#more

Status and obstacles to the resumption of peace negotiations

LUIS G. JALANDONI
Chairperson, NDFP Negotiating Panel
14 November 2011

Since 1969, for 42 years, there has been an armed conflict in the Philippines, between the armed forces of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the revolutionary forces represented by the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP).

After the dictator Ferdinand Marcos was overthrown in 1986, ceasefire talks were held in 1986 in Manila, resulting in a 60-day ceasefire agreement. Panels of the GRP and NDFP began talks to set an agenda for substantive peace negotiations. After the massacre of peasants marching for land reform in January 1987, these talks collapsed.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Ang Kasarinlan at Pagbabago








Ang Kasarinlan at Pagbabago
By Herbert Curia


Kahirapan!!! Kahirapan!!! Ang isinisigaw ng mga dukha, mahihirap, sila’y nanlilimahid sa gutom at pawang kapus palad. Iyan ang aming hinagpis sa buhay sa bansang ito……Sino ang tutulong at magaahon samin sa kinasasadlakang ito?…….Ano ba ang pagunlad at paano ito matatamo sa isang lipunang may Gobyernong Namamahala…..

Sino kami sa Bansang ito pawang pulubi at kapus palad at maralita kami ba ay may puwang pa sa mundong ito at gumalaw ng may pagasa at maayos na buhay….. ito ang palaging tanong ng mga maralitang Pilipino na ating makakasalamuha sa lansangan, May  mga nakikibaka sa pagbabago upang makaahon sa sumpa ng katatayuang ito, May nagbabakasakali sa mundong ginagalawan na baka swertihin at palarin, May nawalan na ng pagasa at kumakapit sa patalim upang mabuhay ang iba’y tinakbuhan na ng ulirat sa kaisipan, Paano tayo susulong upang makamit ang pagasa at tagumpay…

Pambansang Demokrasya sigaw ng ilan, makibaka at makipaglaban sa Pambansang Demokrasya upang makamtan at Makita pa natin ang maayos na hinaharap…..Tayo ay susulong at uunlad kung maninindigan sa Pambansang Demokrasya, paninindigan para sa kalayaan at sariling kapasyahan upang matamo ang pagbabago at kasarinlan at makaahon sa sumpa ng kahirapan.  

Anong pagbabago sa pakikibaka ng Pambansang Demokrasya kung tayo ay papaslangin ng mga ganid sa tungkulin at mga namumunong sila lamang ang nakikinabang sa bansang Pilipinas.  Sakripisyo ang kanilang sigaw para sa pagbabago at kasarinlan at kinabukasan ng ating mga saling lahi upang makamit ang tagumpay at makaahon sa sumpa ng kahirapan at di pantay na karapatan at kaapihan sa kamay ng mapangaping uri. Hirap, Dugo at Pawis at buhay ay handang iaalay upang makamit ang parehas na pamumuhay…..   

Gumising at makibaka magkaisa tungo sa pagunlad at tutulan ang mga hindi pantay na Pamamahala at mga pamamalakad.  Ipaglaban ang karapatan para sa kapakanan ng bawat isa, Ipaglaban ang Pambansang Demokrasya ito ang sigaw sa EDSA ng mga maralita at kapus palad at naglalayon ng pagbabago at kasarinlan…..

Nakakaawa ang Bansang Pilipinas sa kamay ng mapang-aping uri, mga Burukrata kapitalista at mga dayuhang kumokontrol sa ating bayan. Walang makain namamatay sa kahirapan at nagugutom, pinapasalang sa kahirapan at sa nais na pagbabago at pakikipaglaban ng wasto at karapatan. Anong sumpa mayroon ang bansang ito at dumadanas ng ganitong paghihirap at pighati.  Ang digmaan ay magkabilang panig at ipinaglalaban ang kanilang layon na sa kanila’y wasto at pagbabago. 

Alin nga ba ang wasto o pangkalahatang kabutihan, ang Pulitika nino, pulitika ba ni Pedro ni Juan o Pulitika ko!!!!, Pulitika ng mayaman o mahirap sino ang tama at wasto?…….Ang bawat isay nagsasabing silay wasto at tama, tama nga ba sila?……Sino ang aking susundin at tatangkilikin sinong pulitika? Akoy isang hamak at gutom na pinoy lamang paano ko pa malalaman ang pulitikang ito kundi isaisip ko ang paglaman ng kalam ng aking sikmura maging ano pa mang paraan iyan ang palaging daing at katwiran ng iilan. Sabagay ay may punto kahit mali at tayong may mga isip at mataas ang antas ng kaisipan at katatayuan sa buhay na mulat at kayang imulat ang kaisipan sa ating lipunan ay ating simulan at punuan ito upang tayo ang maging ehemplo ng pagbabago at kasarinlan…..

Sanay maging matagumpay ang naglalayon ng tunay na wasto at mabuti para sa lahat at ang patnubay ng Diyos ay palaging sumakanila….. naway makamtan ng Lipunang Pilipino at Bansang ito ang tunay na pagkakaisa para sa tunay na pamumuhay…… 

Ano mang Pulitika kung ito ay magbibigay ng pagbabago at kasarinlan at tunay at pantay na pamumuhay sa bansang ito ay sanay pagkalooban ito ng lakas at biyaya upang isulong ito……

Ang Patnubay ng Diyos ay suma ating lahat……sa mga Pilipino at buong mundo…..

Pagbabago at kasarinlan sa Bansang Pilipino

Promote Human Rights


This Story and Message are for courage and unity for every Filipino to see the Right Politics on the Poverty situations in the Philippine Archipelago and fight for the Change and Freedom…….


End……..  


By: Herbert Curia
      Story and ideas of Changes and Freedom

Friday, November 11, 2011

Deles: Miracles are waiting to happen in peace talks













From the Website of PRWC
Links:  http://www.opapp.gov.ph/news/deles-miracles-are-waiting-happen-peace-talks



Deles: Miracles are waiting to happen in peace talks


Manila, Nov. 11 – “I persist in believing – that on the peace table are miracles waiting to happen.”


Albeit challenges in the peace process, Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Teresita Quintos-Deles remains hopeful that government's efforts in the negotiating table will soon bear fruit.


She said that the peace negotiations with the MILF and the CPP-NPA-NDF are still on track. “Discussions are still happening. We have issues on the tables, but neither has said no, tapos na ito (this is finished). Miracles will happen at the table,” she said.

Further, Deles thanked the public for its support to the government’s peace efforts, particularly in conflict areas where aid is needed the most.



CPP doubts peace agreement to be reached by 2012 due to Aquino intransingence













From website of PRWC
Links:  http://theprwcblogs.blogspot.com/2011/11/cpp-doubts-peace-agreement-to-be.html#more


CPP doubts peace agreement to be reached by 2012 due to Aquino intransingence

Information Bureau
Communist Party of the Philippines
November 10, 2011

The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) today said it is becoming "increasingly doubtful" that a peace agreement between the Philippine government (GPH) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) will be reached by 2012 or any time within Benigno Aquino III's term.

ILPS condemns TPPA as US scheme to further control Trans-Pacific trade


From the Website of ILPS
Links:  http://www.ilps.info/joomsite/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=418:ilps-condemns-tppa-as-us-scheme-to-further-control-trans-pacific-trade&catid=45:public-statements-and-calls-to-action&Itemid=57


ILPS condemns TPPA as US scheme to further control Trans-Pacific trade


Saturday, 29 October 2011 23:00

By Prof. JOSE MARIA SISON
Chairperson, International League of Peoples' Struggle


The International League of Peoples' Struggle resolutely condemns the drive of the US government and its monopoly capitalists to realize the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) as a scheme to impose their power over trade and investment flows. This would aggravate the exploitation of the working people and the environment as a way of raising superprofits and seeking to cope with the grave economic, social and economic crisis.


Top UN officials stress need to boost protection of civilians in armed conflict











From the Website of United Nations
Links:  http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=40344&Cr=protection+of+civilians&Cr1=

Top UN officials stress need to boost protection of civilians in armed conflict




Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon addresses Security Council meeting on Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict

9 November 2011 – Top United Nations officials today stressed the need to do more to protect civilians who are increasingly bearing the brunt of the various conflicts taking place around the world, as well as enhance accountability to hold perpetrators to account.
“All of us share a fundamental responsibility to do more to protect civilians caught up in the horrors of war,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in his remarks to the Security Council’s open debate on the issue.


Bago ang kanyang pagdalo sa 19th APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting













From the Website of the GPH - Government of the Philippines
Links:  http://www.gov.ph/2011/11/11/departure-statement-of-president-aquino-before-attending-the-19th-apec-economic-leaders-meeting-november-11-2011/



Pahayag
ng
Kagalang-galang Benigno S. Aquino III
Pangulo ng Pilipinas
Bago ang kanyang pagdalo sa 19th APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting
[Inihayag sa NAIA Terminal 2 noong ika-11 ng Nobyembre 2011]

Magandang hapon po. Maupo po tayong lahat.

Unang una po, bumabati ako ng happy birthday kay Vice President Jejomar Binay—batambata po sa araw na ito. [Applause] Marami po siyang hinanda; dumalo lang po kayo sa kanya. Ako po’y ikain na lang n’yo. [Laughter

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Anti-people neoliberal dogma in G20 Summit means aggravation of global economic crisis


From Website of ILPS

links:  http://www.ilps.info/joomsite/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=417:anti-people-neoliberal-dogma-in-g20-summit-means-aggravation-of-global-economic-crisis&catid=45:public-statements-and-calls-to-action&Itemid=57


Anti-people neoliberal dogma in G20 Summit means aggravation of global economic crisis

Thursday, 27 October 2011 18:00
By Prof. JOSE MARIA SISON
Chairperson
, International League of Peoples' Struggle 

The G20 summit is to be held in Cannes, France on November 3 and 4. Assisted by their finance ministers and heads of central banks, the heads of governments of the world’s twenty largest economies are supposed to confront once more the global economic and financial crisis and seek solutions.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Ban calls on G-20 countries to lead sustainable and jobs-rich economic recovery













From the United Nations Website
Links:  http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=40296&Cr=G-20&Cr1=


Economic Rights - Right To Work



Ban calls on G-20 countries to lead sustainable and jobs-rich economic recovery


Young people have protested around the world for more jobs and equality
3 November 2011 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on leaders of the world’s biggest economies meeting in Cannes to ensure a global recovery that is sustainable, inclusive and creates real change for those hit hardest.

“We come together at a critical moment,” Mr. Ban said in remarks to the 2011 Labour Summit (L20). “Dark clouds have gathered once again over the global economy. Some may speak of ‘recovery.’ Too few actually feel it.”


Statement of Former Chief Negotiator Silvestre Afable On the Bangsamoro Leadership and Management Institute













From the Website OPPAP
Links:  http://www.opapp.gov.ph/milf/news/statement-former-chief-negotiator-silvestre-afable-bangsamoro-leadership-and-management-in

PEACE TALKS
MILF


Statement of Former Chief Negotiator Silvestre Afable On the Bangsamoro Leadership and Management Institute



"One must be creative in offering alternatives to those who have been used to live by the gun."
Silvestre Afable 

I am glad President Aquino gave the MILF P5 million for the Bangsamoro Leadership and Management Institute (BMLI).


A November 3, 2011 press release from the Department of Budget and Management












From the Website of GPH - Government of the Philippines
Links:  http://www.gov.ph/2011/11/03/dbm-p1-15-billion-more-released-for-basic-education-millennium-development-goals/



Right to Educations



A November 3, 2011 press release from the Department of Budget and Management


Consistent with the government’s agenda to promote and develop basic education in the country, the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) has released P1.15 billion to fund various projects of the Department of Education (DepEd).


Stop torture and accord Tanay 3 with Prisoner of War status, CPP demands












From the PRWC Website

Links:  http://theprwcblogs.blogspot.com/2011/11/stop-torture-and-accord-tanay-3-with.html#more


IHL - International Humanitarian Laws and Human Rights Violations



Stop torture and accord Tanay 3 with Prisoner of War status, CPP demands

Information Bureau
Communist Party of the Philippines
November 02, 2011

The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) today demanded that the Philippine government accord Prisoner of War (POW) status to the three personnel of the New People's Army (NPA) who were captured by men of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) last October 26, 2011 at Brgy. Sta. Inez, Tanay, Rizal while conducting consultations with local residents.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law Violations - Inhumanity



Human Promotions on Human Rights and International Human Rights Abidance and Implementations


Violations of Human Rights and IHL in Cervantes Ilocos Sur and Abra

In respect to the bodies of the Perished victims abused by the Government - Philippine Army and condolence to their families. We the Human Rights Promotions encouraging People to support the Human Rights and IHL implementations to stop those violent abuses and barbaric way in battle and fighting. We condemn using strength and power of Governance given by the people to those enforcers and our Government Leaders who violates and abuse Human Rights and IHL Protocols in the so called protections of the People but merely protections of their own interest....

Saturday, October 29, 2011

All-out justice, not all-out war - PNoy - MILF Troops








From the Website of  OPPAP

Links:  http://www.opapp.gov.ph/milf/news/all-out-justice-not-all-out-war-pnoy


All-out justice, not all-out war - PNoy


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Posted on Tuesday, 25 October, 2011 - 14:44



The difficult peace process cannot be enhanced by shedding more blood and generating more ill will.
President Aquino 

Manila, Oct. 25 – “We will not pursue all-out war; we will instead pursue all-out justice.”

With finality, President Benigno Aquino III yesterday declared this amid persistent calls made by lawmakers and politicians to launch an all-out war against the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF).