How many sacadas must be exploited in Hacienda Luisita and other sugar plantations in the country to produce sugar made bitter by their sweat and tears?
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Kadamay declares “initial victory” for #OccupyBulacan.
Court of Appeals stops what could have been Mary Jane Veloso’s first-time testimony on her ordeal.
“They try to bury us. They didn’t know we are seeds.”
“Ninety percent of the housing needs for 2012 to 2030 are on the lower-end cost, meaning it should be economic, socialized, and subsidized. More than 1.45 million housing units need to be state-subsidized for families who cannot afford the high cost of units being offered by the real estate companies.” By ANNE MARXZE D. UMIL…
“Many informal settlers are struggling to meet their families’ daily basic needs, and are also ineligible for housing loans from the Home Mutual Development Fund (HMDF) and Pag-IBIG.”
They held numerous dialogues with the appropriate government agencies to air their problems such as lack of housing, the expensive amortization and the lack of social services.
“We hope President Rodrigo Duterte would listen to us.”
Groups commemorate the tragedy that sparked the Moro liberation movement 49 years ago.
“Any policy that does not aim to end all forms of contractualization can never be acceptable to workers.”
“Why did the ERC allow Meralco to increase its rates when it can’t even tell us the kind of alternative fuels that were used, its cost per unit and the quantity used during the two and a half week shutdown?”