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'The Philippines has exhibited a total mockery of international human rights mechanisms,' the group Philippine Universal Periodic Review Watch says
The Commission on Human Rights calls on the Duterte administration to show it is 'serious in making progress for human rights'
The Philippine delegation insists that deaths from police operations 'are not EJKs'
The budget of the CHR grew by 165 from 2012 to 2017 the Philippines told the United Nations in May
Did the state run news agency misquote DILG Assistant Secretary Epimaco Densing III?
It is expected to remedy the fear of witnesses to testify against vigilante style killers and accused cops
The global group says the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte is delusional for thinking it can sway other countries from pushing for accountability over drug related killings
China lauds the Philippines for its promotion and protection of human rights as 45 other UN member states voice concern over drug related killings
The Commission on Human Rights joins at least 45 UN member states in calling on the Philippine government to conduct a thorough investigation and hold accountable those behind the killings
United Nations member states urge the Philippines to launch a thorough and impartial investigation to punish those behind drug related killings
In Geneva UN member states remind a Philippine delegation that reviving the death penalty is against international laws which the country had signed
Senator Alan Peter Cayetano blames critics and the media for supposedly changing the definition of extrajudicial killings aimed at deceiving the world about President Duterte s war on drugs
Commission on Human Rights Chairperson Chito Gascon says the Universal Periodic Review is more of a constructive dialogue on the human rights situation in the Philippines
Forum UPR bukan berupa peradilan di mana antar negara bisa saling pointing finger terhadap perkembangan HAM nya
The international community is concerned that no perpetrators have been brought to justice under the Aquino government