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Editorial: Naananay a Pangkabiagan

Malaksid ti nasalun-at ken natalged nga aglawlaw, kasapulan ti tunggal indbidwal ti naananay a pangkabiagan a mangted ti disente ken napnoan dignidad a panagbiag. Iti benneg ti mannalon, kabatog daytoy ti naananay ken bukod a daga a masukay, usto a tangdan, tulong iti produksion ken nainkalintegan a presio ti produkto. Kadagiti met mangmangged ken empleyado, kapapatgan ti pannakaipaay ti umno ken rumbeng a sweldo ken benepisyo.

Editorial: Better wages…? Anytime!

Under the present national economy, better wages for the Filipino is good anytime, and even for the nation’s economy. The Duterte administration …

Pooled Editorial: Sawen ti kinapudno iti bileg, bantayan ti turay

Dagiti atake iti wayawaya iti press ket panangtagibassit saan laeng nga iti news media. Daytoy ket panangpakapsut iti kapasidad ti news media tapno pagtalinaeden ti nawaya a sinnukat iti kapanunotan maipanggep kadagiti isyu publiko. Ti sarado a kapanunotan ti presidente iti kritisismo ket naigameren nga aspeto ti panangidaulo ni Duterte. Bayat a saan laeng nga isuna ti chief executive a nagbalin a sensitibo iti kritisismo ti press, insigurado ni Duterte a maawatan ti tunggal maysa nga agmalas ken adda maaramid a dakes kadagiti kritikona.

Editorial: It is the 34th commemoration of Cordillera Day

This year, Cordi day is being hosted by Baguio City through the local IP and NM organizations: the local chapter of CPA – the Tongtogan ti Umili, Baguio based tribal organizations of Cordi, thru the Metro-Baguio Tribal Elders & Leaders Assembly (MBTELA), the I-Bagiw early settlers of Baguio, the Office of the Indigenous People’s Mandatory Representative of Baguio, and Ibaloys affiliated with the Aspulan, and other individuals.

Editorial: Preconditions to peace?

In the early days of the Duterte administration, there were high hopes that the peace negotiations between the Government of the Philippines (GRP) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) will soon find resolution to the root causes of the almost five decade armed revolution waged by the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and New People’s Army (NPA).

Editorial: Picketing the Supreme Court

Governance policies and practices taken by the present administration that has so blatantly infringed on the inherent rights and collective rights of every Filipino, is now giving shape to a monster, an enemy to the people. However, with the lessons and experiences from the last decades of ruling regimes, from the period of martial law and the plundering leaders that followed; the numbers of conscientious and discerning people of the nation are steadily emerging from their comfort zones to help prevent or even stop that monster. The cruelty a tyrannical regime can inflict on the greater majority of citizens, on their communities and on their homes has been witnessed in several instances nationwide, and in so oftentimes.

Editorial: Department of (In)Justice aka DOJ

the DOJ filed a petition to declare some 600 individuals as terrorists, among those included were priests, United Nations experts, lawyers, environmental activists, human rights defenders, indigenous peoples’ leaders and others. This drew outrage from various groups, statesmen and individuals in the country and abroad who continue to call and demand for the dropping of the DOJ charges, pointing out that the list bearing over 600 names is terribly faulty, unverified and untrue.

Editorial: They do not see the joke was on them

There is a song by the BeeGees which was quite popular here in the country in the 70s which goes, “I started a Joke, which started the whole world crying, but I didn’t see that the joke was on me, oh no, that the joke was on me…” We are reminded of the idiomatic expression in that song when minions around a “butangero” boss try to tone down or pad the fall of the cusses and grave threats their boss spews whenever he chooses to push his weight around those he perceives as lesser people or to threaten critics away.

Editorial: Do we need a new Constitution?

Last Friday the Senate Committee on Constitutional Amendments and Revision of Codes joint with Electoral Reforms and People’s Participation called a Regional Consultative Hearing here in Baguio. It was said that this consultation was the last of the series of consultations on whether to propose amendments or revise the present 1987 Constitution of the Philippines.