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Illegal arrests, frustrated killing, threats vs communities & human rights workers reported in first two weeks of 2018

“There is no let-up in the Duterte regime’s wanton violation of civil and political rights of farmers, indigenous peoples and human rights workers. In the first two weeks of 2018, reports of illegal arrests, frustrated killing, threats and harassment continue to come in. These forebode another year of terror inflicted by Duterte and his rabid murderous dogs in the military and police,” said Karapatan Secretary General Cristina Palabay.

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Order to rearrest released NDFP peace consultants, a violation of GRP-NDFP agreement

Karapatan deplored the recent issuance of warrants of arrest against National Democratic Front of the Philippines peace negotiating panel member Benito Tiamzon and peace consultants Wilma Austria Tiamzon and Adelberto Silva as “clear and wanton forms of violation of the Joint Agreement on Safety and Immunity Guarantees (JASIG).”

Duterte regime moves to constrict press freedom

"The Duterte regime’s revocation of Rappler’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) registration, after months of articles about the Duterte regime’s anti-people drug war campaign, is clearly a move to constrict press freedom, targetting media platforms exposing the brutality and inhumanity of the government program. This also attests to the reality that this regime is gradually moving towards a dictatorship,” said Karapatan secretary general Cristina Palabay.

Full-blown dictatorship looms to the tune of Cha-cha - Karapatan

“From floating the bogus revolutionary government concept, to waving the banner of federalism as the end-all, be-all solution of the problems of Philippine society, the Duterte regime is once again peddling another scheme that will essentially benefit and strengthen political

Release of Ortega killer shows rule of law for the elite, injustice for the poor

“For moneyed and corrupt officials, the courts find ways to perform ‘miracles’ to decide in favor of murderers, while the poor and the oppressed either rot in jail, or are met with bullets. The recent decision of the Court of Appeals (CA) to release former Palawan governor Joel Reyes is not only questionable, but is indicative of a justice system that operates on a double standard,” said Karapatan secretary general Cristina Palabay on the CA decision to release Reyes, the main suspect for the murder of journalist and environmental activist Gerry Ortega.

 

 


 

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