Peasant groups assailed the killing of a farmer leader in the 39,000-disputed government-owned lands sprawling the towns of Coron and Busuanga in Palawan.
“We ask the Duterte administration to do everything to win the domestic case against Mary Jane’s traffickers.”
“The progress of the peace talks is hinged not only on the efforts of the NDFP; it needs the broad, active participation of all patriotic and democratic forces in society.”
The family of an OFW who met an accident abroad is determined to make his recruitment agency pay for their negligence.
“My family maybe poor, but I would never be involved in illegal drugs…I am innocent.”
Antonio Pajalla used to be a trade unionist before he went underground and joined the New People’s Army. He availed of the government’s amnesty program to lead an “ordinary life.” But not quite: he is a peasant leader who was recently arrested then released.
FULL TEXT: Joint Statement on the Resumption of the Formal Talks in the Peace Negotiations between the GRP and NDFP
The Philippine government (GRP) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines signed this Joint Statement on the Resumption of the Formal Talks in the Peace Negotiations between the GRP and NDFP last Aug. 26 in Oslo, Norway.
Improving the quality of life of the people is the better option than violence.
Agrarian Reform Sec. Rafael Mariano ordered the distribution of the lands being controlled by the Cojuangco family through Tadeco.
“The resumption of the peace negotiations is in the best interest of farmers and the peasant masses.”
“The situation at hand presents a distinct factual milieu. The private complainant Mary Jane Veloso is not sick or infirm.”