Independent think tank and research group IBON said that Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte should stand firm with the decision of Department of Environment and Natural Resources to close several mining companies after it failed to pass the agency’s mining audit.
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To ensure the success of the bilateral ceasefire negotiations, CPP said that the government could “help facilitate the travel of the NDFP’s ceasefire committee member and consultants.”
University of the Philippines Kappa Epsilon fraternity and sorority’s “RocKEumentary” is slated to stage an event with Young Davao Writer’s Litorgy on Feb. 24 to be held in Zero 82 Lokal at Torres St., this city.
A peace advocate group is urging President Rodrigo Duterte to talk with government peace negotiators.
“There was no NPA attack last February 15 against an AFP-escorted relief operations in Barangay Linunggaman, San Francisco, Surigao del Norte,” the CPP said in a statement Friday.
The Committee on Public Information in Congress approved the Freedom of Information bill of which it consolidated 35 proposed measures embodying the right of information in the 1987 Constitution.
The National Union of Peoples Lawyers hit out the series of attacks against lawyers and judges in the wake of government’s “war on drugs.”
Two government soldiers which were held captive by the New People’s Army in Far South Mindanao as “prisoners of wars” pleaded to the leadership of the Armed Forces of the Philippines to cease its military operations because it endangers their lives.
A human rights group on Tuesday slammed both the Armed Forces of the Philippines and Philippine National Police after they have gone on an arrest spree against political activists, peace consultants, development workers and civilians on trumped-up charges.
A group of computer professionals said that the data generated using public funds should be made available to the public and without any restrictions such as in the case of state weather bureau PAGASA.