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Youthspeak: A sad moment to be a law student

And so what we feared, came. The 8-6 vote granting the Quo Waranto petititon against Chief justice Maria Lourdes Sereno is the final nail to our democracy’s coffin. However, we are not surprised considering that the ‘biased five’ did not have any ounce of delicadeza to inhibit themselves from the proceedings.

14% laeng ti ML claims ti inaprubahan ti HRVCB

BAGUIO CITY — Impablaak ti Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board (HRVCB) idi Mayo 7 iti facebook a 14.65% wenno 11,103 laeng a claims ti pinal nga inaprubaranda iti kabuklan a 75,749 a nangipila iti aplikasion idi 2014 ken 2015. Adu ti na-deny gapu ta kurang kano ti insubmitar dagiti claimants nga ebidensia.

MAT Cordillera launched on Cordillera Day

As part of the 34th Cordillera Day celebrations at Pacday Quinio Elementary School here in Baguio City; Igorot elders, martial law survivors, local officials, teachers and youth among others representing the six provinces and two cities of the Cordillera signed a declaration of unity to resist tyranny and uphold democracy.

Tiranikal ang Rehimeng Duterte – Taguiwalo

“Malinaw na tiranikal ang rehimeng Duterte: malupit, mapang-api at di makatarungan sa pagtrato sa mamamayan laluna doon sa mga kritikal sa kanya,” sabi ng propesor mula Unibersidad ng Pilipinas Diliman.

Tuloy ti laban dagiti biktima ti Martial Law

CANDON CITY, Ilocos Sur — Imbuksilan dagiti nagipila ti aplikasyon para iti kompensasyon ti nakaro a pannakadismaya ken sakit ti nakemda iti naangay a konsultasyon idi Marso 14. Naaramid ti nasao a panagtitipon idiay Syudad ti Candon nga inorganisa ti Ilocos Human Rights Alliance (IHRA).

Cordi youth remember courageous contribution

BAGUIO CITY — Youth groups, students and institutions lined-up events this March for the 25th year of Kaigorotan Youth Week, with the theme, “Tignay Agtutubo: Living the tradition of courage and unity. Advancing the struggle for land, life and resources!”

Baguio marches against tyranny

BAGUIO CITY — February 23 marked the 32nd anniversary of the historic People Power uprising in 1986 which toppled a dictator. Now, in 2018, people from different sectors, mostly from the youth have put it upon themselves to work for the downfall of another tyrant because as they say: “dictators fall.”

Defying Tyranny

February 23 marked the 32nd anniversary of the historic People Power uprising in 1986 which toppled a dictator. Now, in 2018, people from different sectors, mostly from the youth have put it upon themselves to work for the downfall of another tyrant because as they say: “dictators fall.”

9,919+ aprubado a claims iti panag-labsing ti karbengan tao iti ML

BAGUIO CITY – Nadesisionanen ti Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board (HRVCB) ti 100% nga aplikasion iti reparasyon ken panagbigbig iti panaglabsing iti karbengan tao (Republic Act 10368) idi panawen ti Martial Law ni Marcos. Iti kabuklan a 75,730 nga aplikasion, 9,919 ti naipablaak nga aprubado (batches 1-4) ken maipablaak ita Pebrero ti nayon ken maudi a listaan ti aprubado a claimants.

Throwback Martial Law? No, we are fighting back

BAGUIO CITY — Youth groups, led by the National Union of Students of the Philippines (NUSP) Baguio-Benguet, staged a 1970s-themed protest action last Jan 29 at Peoples Park to commemorate the First Quarter Storm (FQS) and condemn the “looming dictatorship” of the Duterte regime.