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Localized peace talks, absurd and stupid — Joma

Jose Maria Sison, the chief political consultant of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) on Monday, July 16, elaborated five reasons why the localized negotiations promoted by the Duterte government is “absurd and stupid”.

3 dead, 4 wounded as NPA clash with AFP in Cordillera

Three soldiers were killed while four others were wounded in separate armed clashes between the Armed Forces of the Philippines’ Northern Luzon Command (NolCom) and the New People’s Army (NPA) forces in the Cordillera over the weekend.

Editorial: The Cordillera Autonomous Region

Regional autonomy is the recognition and respect of the Cordillera Peoples Ancestral land Rights and the Cordillera Ancestral Domain. Recognition of the Cordillera people’s ancestral proprietary rights to the disposition, utilization, management and development of the land and resources.

SSM face uphill battle for Minahang Bayan

Small-scale miners in Benguet who applied for Minahang Bayan under Republic Act 7076 or the Small Scale Mining Act of 1991 are facing an uphill battle against corporations and existing mining laws.

BIR, Transport reach compromise penalty

City public transport operators will still have to pay a “compromise penalty” to the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) Cordillera after the agency’s failure to collect the quarterly income tax return (ITR) of transport operators for the past ten years.

Kabataan sa Baguio tumambay laban sa Oplan Rody

Hawak ang mga plakard kung saan nakasulat ang kanilang mga panawagan, tumambay ang ilang kabataan sa Baguio bilang protesta laban sa Oplan Rid the Streets of Drunkards and Youths (Oplan Rody), bandang 5:00 ng hapon noong Hulyo 13.