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The CPP says Filipinos are suffering under the Duterte administration's 'fascist tyranny, all-out economic liberalization, and bureaucratic corruption'
The contradiction between unity and struggle between working with the government on some issues but fighting it on others was a balancing act that many found confusing and difficult
The National Democratic Front is pushing for the Philippines to have an independent foreign policy particularly from its treaty ally the United States
National Democratic Front chief negotiator Fidel Agcaoili talks to Rappler about the status of negotiations with the Philippine govenrment
The effigy depicts the resurrection and rehabilitation of the Marcoses and concerns over the rise in extrajudicial killings Karapatan says
The freakish genius of Rodrigo Duterte may yet prove to lie in that – breaking up the nation to make everybody happy
Now they’re asking for the release of 120 to 130 political prisoners Sabi ko I cannot I cannot give you that President Rodrigo Duterte says
UPDATED Cabinet Secretary Jun Evasco is gathering President Rodrigo Duterte s supporters nationwide to form a mass movement that could potentially become a new political party
For all that dreadful familiarity Duterte with his own tendency toward authoritarianism is even less criticized than a dead dictator I see 3 reasons why
Extrajudicial killings and the Marcos burial issue will continue to be a recurring source of disagreement So far these burning issues have not been decisive in breaking the alliance with Duterte
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The NDF reshuffles its peace panel on the eve of its 2nd round of talks with the government replacing Luis Jalandoni as panel chairperson with Fidel Agcaoili
There is a very brief window of opportunity says Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella
Updated At least 2 000 rallyists from various militant and sectoral groups march to Mendiola – hoping that the Duterte presidency will address the concerns of the masses and other key issues that the Aquino administration neglected
UPDATED President elect Rodrigo Duterte says these agencies are open to leftist activists
This is a response to the open letter of Patricio Abinales and Lisandro Claudio to Mujiv Hataman Risa Hontiveros and Walden Bello warning them against running for national posititons
Spoiled offspring of the ruling class like the Aquinos and Abads will come and go but Akbayan is a precious child forged in the historic struggles of the Philippine Left and heir to its finest traditions Will it find the courage to follow the harsh dictates of its progressive conscience?
Former Kabataan Party congressman Mong Palatino calls Yoly Ong s How the left was lost a formulaic diatribe saying the Left not only survived but is resurgent
The ideological stand has been diminished to role playing posturing and media stunts
In the streets you will find these youth activists rallying with utter bombast against social injustices But is that all there is?
The tactics and message have remained unchanged since 1970. No wonder the general public is confused
The Robredo case underscores one critical point for the Left: the new Left is out there The current Left can either recognize this and do something about it or once again be left out in the emerging politics of change