Tension and terror arise anew in the Tarlac hacienda.
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Political prisoners and their kin have started skipping meals to protest their continued detention in spite of President Duterte’s pronouncement on their release.
Typhoon Yolanda survivors and farmers are in Manila for a series of protest until Dec. 10.
“Most of the children admitted they feel anger. Others said they want to take revenge. But all of them want justice and they want the rule of law to reign.”
Three universities united in a historic protest on a shared road.
‘Marcos’ body had lain in wait for 23 years in Ilocos, why rush and disrespect the due process?’
“This burial today proves how the Marcoses fear the people’s protest.”
Labor Arbiter Julio Gayaman “found that the school failed to prove the validity of retrenchment, which employers should use upon imminent and substantial loss and only as the last resort.”
In Sultan Kudarat, the town mayor, the police and some local govt agencies are bringing the military’s counter-insurgency operations to IP schools, forcingout of school over a thousand Dulangan Manobo students.
Just across the University of Santo Tomas where at least 6,000 are about to take their bar examinations, bar candidates and members of the legal profession – lawyers, professors, and paralegals – staged a picket protest as they “mourn” the recent Supreme Court decision, allowing a hero’s burial for ousted strongman Ferdinand Marcos. “We wear…
The Supreme Court decision allowing a hero’s burial for Marcos has sparked outrage among the youth.