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The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency wants to get tips on drug suspects through a Facebook page. Amnesty International Philippines hits the 'dangerous' move.
The human rights group says if you 'think the trumped up charges against Maria Ressa is a form of harassment... Write to DOJ to express your concern'
Human rights activists say the conduct of both physical and communication surveillance is prone to abuse and is a violation of a citizen's right to privacy
Amnesty International Philippines' Jose Noel Olano says there is a 'diminishing space' in the area of freedom of expression in the Philippines, making the ability to voice out, criticize, check government become more dangerous
Let s stop pretending that we can ever win this war on drugs or that there s such a thing as a non violent war on drugs
Lawyer Jude Sabio says he wants to file by end of March the crimes against humanity case in relation to extrajudicial killings
UPDATED The inmates of the Cebu provincial jail are woken before dawn on Tuesday February 28 herded into the jail s quadrangle and forced to strip while anti drug agents police and military searched their cells
The President says police claiming they were paid to kill are corrupt police who pocketed intelligence funds intended for catching drug pushers
Two other lawmakers also condemn the proposal to revive the death penalty as well as plans to lower the age of criminal liability in the Philippines
UPDATED Amnesty International Philippines is among a range of groups to speak out against the comments saying it is appalled by Duterte s statement against human rights campaigners
Amnesty International says bringing back the death penalty would be a major setback for human rights and would also be a violation of the Philippines obligations under international law
Amnesty International for one points out that the Philippines was the first Asian country to abolish the death penalty and is a signatory to an international covenant
Amnesty International Philippines asked the 5 leading presidential bets for a copy of their human rights agenda but none complied