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Double standard on Imelda’s arrest slammed

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Human rights and famers’ group on Tuesday, November 13, slammed the statement made by National Police Chief Oscar Albayalde and the Sandiganbayan’s deferment of the former first lady’s warrant of arrest over the conviction of Ilocos Norte Representative Imelda Marcos.

STATEMENTS | Hustisya para sa mga biktima ng Batas Militar

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70,000 ang kinulong. 35,000 ang tinortyur. 3,240 ang pinatay. Lumobo ang pambansang utang mula $1 bilyon tungong $28 bilyon. Iilan lamang ito sa mga kagimbal-gimbal na numero na naglalarawan sa isang madilim na bahagi ng ating kasaysayan: ang Batas Militar ni Diktador Marcos. Mahigit 30 taon na ang lumipas, mailap pa rin ang hustisya para sa mga naging biktima ng paglabag sa karapatang pantao noong panahong ito.

Neri to Imee: Let’s debate at Plaza Miranda

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Angered at Imee’s statement that reports of human rights violations during Martial rule were just ‘political accusations’, Makabayan senatorial bet Neri Colmenares challenged Ilocos Norte Governor Imee Marcos to a debate at Plaza Miranda on the issue of human rights violations during Martial Law.

Ecumenical reflections commemorate Martial Law declaration

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LAGAWE, Ifugao — Never Again to Martial Law! This was the outcry of the participants during the Commemoration of Martial Law in Ifugao on September 21, 2018 at Lagawe Ifugao.

Isabela Victims, Human Rights advocates join national Day of Remembrance

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CABAGAN, ISABELA--Karapatan Cagayan Valley, with the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines, spearheaded a martial law victims' assembly at Saint Paul the Apostle Parish here during the 46th commemoration of the impostion of Marcos' martial law today.

Weekly Reflections: Martial law as a Theological issue

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On September 21, 1972, then Pres. Ferdinand E. Marcos declared martial law in our country in the guise “to save the republic and reform society.” However, what happened in more than a decade of Marcos Rule was the very opposite of what the regime had claimed to do. Our country was plunged into long dark nights of fascist rule, where crying and weeping of widows and orphans were heard all over the land amidst the sarcastic laughter and merriment of the powers-that-be, feasting lavishly on the riches and beauty of our motherland.

Youthspeak: Move on? Mga buhay na karansan ng Martial Law (2/3)

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Ayon sa kaniya, kaya marahil naahita ang mga sundalo ay dulot ng malakihang pagprotesta ng mga taga-San Antonio at Santa Isabel laban sa mga panginoong maylupa. Noong 1976, malala na ang mga pangangamkam ng lupa sa lugar. Ang mga tagaroon ay binabantaang umalis, sinisingil ng matataas na upa sa lupa at mababa ang pasahod sa mga manggagawang bukid. Gamit ang mga sundalo, nananakot ang mga hasyendero sa mga magsasaka na sila ay papaslangin at ikukulong kung ayaw magbayad o ibigay ang lupain nila.

Youthspeak: Move on? Mga buhay na karansan ng Martial Law (1/3)

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Malamig ang umaga sa San Mariano, Isabela ngunit mainit ang pagdagsa ng mga mamamayan nito sa isang asembliya ng mga biktima ng Martial Law—apat na dekada na ang nakalilipas.

Extension ti kinabalido ti reparasyon, aprubado ti House

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Inaprubaran ti House of Representatives iti maikatlo ken pinal a panagbasa ti joint resolution ti dawat nga extension ti kinabalido ti pondo para iti reparasion dagiti biktima ti Martial Law.

Editorial: Moving on, standing against tyranny

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Sometime around the date of the commemoration of the anniversary of when Ninoy Aquino was assassinated, Ilocos Norte Governor Maria Imelda Josefa “Imee” Marcos,...

Youthspeak: Millenials: Move on? Never forget!

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Both Imee and Bongbong fail to grasp the gravity of what their family did to Filipinos. Martial Law happened decades ago, but Filipinos still suffer from the consequences of Marcos rule.

Tuluy-tuloy ang laban ng mga Martial Law victim

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TUGUEGARAO CITY, Cagayan — Tuluy-tuloy ang laban ng mga biktima ng iligal na pagdakip, tortyur, pagpatay at iba pang paglabag sa karapatang pantao sa ilalalim ng Martial Law ni dating Pangulong Ferdinand Marcos sa Cagayan para sa pagkilala sa kanilang karapatan.

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Hard life for the poor, tougher under lockdown

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The poor are bearing most of the brunt of the COVID-19 health crisis. Without sufficient economic and social support, their hard life is becoming tougher each day under the lockdown.

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