The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) announced Tuesday, April 12, that they will open the line for negotiations for the release of police and soldiers who are in custody of the New People’s Army (NPA).
A senate official pinned the blame on government inaction to curb the effects of El Niño as the reason why hungry farmers barricaded Kidapawan City last week.
Senators who led a Senate inquiry here over a violent dispersal of farmers’ barricade in Kidapawan City last week said police forces should not have brought firearms during the bloody operation.
IID said CAB embodies the “justness and legitimacy of the cause of the Bangsamoro people and their aspiration to chart their political future through a democratic process that will secure their identity and prosperity and allow for meaningful self-governance”.
NDF Mindanao spokesperson Maria Malaya explained that based on the principle of guerilla warfare “the NPA does not establish permanent camps or structures.”
National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) Chairperson Louie Jalandoni described Davao City Mayor and PDP-Laban presidential bet Rodrigo Duterte as the most willing to resume peace talks and address the roots of the armed conflict.
The camp of presidential bet Rodrigo Duterte took a swipe at Zamboanga City Mayor Ma. Isabelle Climaco-Salazar who cautioned her constituents not to vote a presidential candidate advocating federalism.
Presidential candidate and Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte plans to pull a no-show in his first presidential debate on February 21 in Cagayan de Oro City if the issue of “discrimination” raised earlier by the local media would be left unsolved.
Media practitioners in Cagayan de Oro will boycott the first presidential debate slated at the city’s Capitol University on February 21.
Moro group Suara Bangsamoro condemned the killing of more than a hundred individuals in Paris by armed men identifying themselves as members of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).