Rejoinder to the slanderous article of French Trotskyite Pierre Rousset

Chairperson, NDFP Human Rights Committee
NDFP Negotiating Panel

Of course, Pierre Rousset does not want any discussion on the real nature of these break-away factions. For him, the “real issue is the right of a pluralist and revolutionary Left to exist in the Philippines.” Here, we have the real agenda of Trotskyite Pierre Rousset. What is after all the life’s mission of any dyed-in-the-wool Trotskyite but to applaud and instigate splits within the revolutionary movement? The original Trotsky advocated “freedom of factions” to instigate splits inside the Communist Party in Russia. The new Trotskys advocate “pluralism” to instigate splits in the Left. What Pierre Rousset actually wants is a fragmented and collaborationist “Left”.

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Any physical harm done to Atty. Romeo T. Capulong will irrevocably end the peace negotiations

Chairperson, NDFP Negotiating Panel

The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) vigorously condemns the attempt to assassinate NDFP Senior Legal Consultant and United Nations Judge ad litem, Atty. Romeo T. Capulong. The serious attempt on his life took place last Monday, 7 March around midnight when Atty. Capulong was in his Nueva Ecija home along the national highway.

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GRP and PNP are engaged in disinformation about legal situation of Prof. Jose Maria Sison

Chairperson, NDFP Human Rights Committee

PNP director for intelligence General Roberto Delfin recently announced that two months hence the Dutch government would make formal charges of terrorism against Prof. Jose Maria Sison and deport him to a country other than the Philippines. Subsequently, press secretary Ignacio Bunye publicly called on Prof. Sison to return to the Philippines.

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Letter to UN Secretary General Kofi Anan re alleged child abuse in situations of armed conflict

TO Secretary-General Kofi Annan
United Nations
UN Headquarters, New York, USA

Through: Under Secretary General Olara A. Otunnu
Special Representative of the Secretary-General
for Children and Armed Conflict

Fax Number: +1(212)9630807

Dear Sir:

In your action plan report to the UN Security Council on 16 February 2005 for the systematic monitoring and reporting of child abuse in situations of armed conflict, you listed the Philippines as one of the 54 offending parties, with unnamed armed opposition groups as violators.

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