Tupas will be “part of the investigation” ordered by PDEA Director General Wilkens Villanueva, said the PDEA Davao Regional Director Lovitos who was invited to the AFP-PNP Southern Mindanao online press conference on Wednesday.
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Sara Duterte’s withdrawal announcement came two hours after firing her information officer and aide who was caught in the drug raid in a beach party over the weekend.
Maria Victoria ‘Mags’ Maglana, a development worker, peace advocate and convener of the political alliance Konsensya Dabaw, filed her certificate of candidacy on the last day of filing on October 8.
Two Duterte allies and long-time politicians are the frontrunners for Davao City’s congressional post in the second district.
There is no public information available on the internet on Kanan except from his Facebook account and LinkedIn profile. Neither has he released any information on his campaign.
Manobo woman chieftain Bai Bibyaon Ligkayan Bigkay, defender of Mindanao Lumad schools and Pantaron Range, is firm that she is not coming home.
A police officer of the Davao City Police Office is taking a photo and name of a protester they hold a short program during the 49th Martial Law commemoration rally in Freedom Park, Roxas Avenue.
Local activists held a rally on the 49th commemoration of Martial Law on September 21 in Freedom Park as they dissent against Duterte government’s atrocities to human right that they say is similar to the late dictator.
Agustin ‘ Don’ Pagusara, a Palanca awardee for stories, poems and plays in Cebuano, said survivors need to speak up of the horrors they experienced to let the young generation know of what happened in the past.
Condemnation and grief poured after the death of another human rights lawyer, Juan Macababad, who was killed by unidentified assailants outside his home in Surallah, South Cotabato, on September 14 Wednesday afternoon.