President Rodrigo Duterte reiterated his stand to destroy Lumad schools which he insisted are not licensed to operate under the Department of Education.
Students from Salugpongan Ta Tanu Igkanogon Learning Center Inc. from Talaingod town, in Davao del Norte continue to call on President Rodrigo Duterte to lift Martial law and stop militarization in Lumad schools as they hold a protest with their teachers in front of the Department of Education (DepEd) Region in Davao City on Thursday, July 27. (More…) (Robby Joy D. Salveron/davaotoday.com)
A business leader here said he supports President Rodrigo Duterte’s call to stop the export of raw materials to foreign countries.
A police official here claims that President Rodrigo Duterte’s pronouncement of “bombing the Lumad schools” in Mindanao was merely an exaggeration, and should not be taken literally.
To address the indigenous people’s lack of access to education, President Rodrigo Duterte should build more schools rather than threatening to bomb educational facilities in Mindanao’s tribal communities, a tribal leader said on Wednesday.
Instead of listening to military generals whom they perceived of having no idea of their real situation, Lumad leaders and students from Mindanao appealed to President Rodrigo Duterte to come and listen to their stories and pleas.
A teachers’ partylist called on President Rodrigo Duterte to retract his statement saying he will order the Army and Air Force to bomb Lumad schools allegedly teaching subersvion and communism.
Lumad leaders and students from Southern Mindanao Region, CARAGA and SOCCSKSARGEN call on President Rodrigo Duterte to stop the military attacks in lumad schools and the lift the martial law as they joined the protest actions in the ongoing Kampuhan (camp out) at the historic Mendiola Bridge in Manila. (Alex D. Lopez/davaotoday.com)
President Rodrigo Duterte’s scathing remarks against his former professor, Jose Maria Sison, was met with equally strong statement from the founding chairman of the Communist Party of the Philippines on Monday, July 24.
They came – the workers, peasants and indigenous peoples, to represent their class to depict the true conditions of their communities and workplaces during the second State of the Nation Address of President Rodrigo Duterte. They joined the thousands of the marginalized sectors of the country and camped out in strategic areas in Metro Manila to air out their grievances that one year into the present administration, no changes were effected in Mindanao.