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



From Website of OPPAP               
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.