Gugunitain ng National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) ang ika-45 na anibersaryo nito sa darating na Abril 24. Nananawagan ang Partido sa lahat ng rebolusyonaryong pwersa ng sambayanang Pilipino na maglunsad ng mga pangkultura at pampulitikang pagtitipon at iba’t ibang aktibidad para ipagdiwang ang makasaysayang araw na ito.
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It is widely recognized that the implementation of a comprehensive agreement on social and economic reforms is the lynchpin for achieving a just and lasting peace in the Philippines. It is the second and most important of the substantive agenda in the GRP-NDFP peace negotiations. However, it has proven to be the most difficult to negotiate.
Human rights defenders, including foreigners such as Australian missionary Patricia Fox, are friends of the Filipino people, especially the toiling masses of workers and peasants. They help the people express their aspirations for peace and social justice and expose their grievances amid the brutality and cruelty of the Duterte regime. The people warmly welcome them into their communities, homes and hearts.
Contemptuously disrespecting the 27 years of dedicated service of Australian missionary Sr. Patricia Fox, 71, who generously helped farmers, indigenous people and other Filipino mass organizations, the Bureau of Immigration arrested and detained Sr. Patricia Fox on April 16.
The NDFP vigorously condemns the forcible disappearance of NDFP Consultant Lora T. Manipis and her husband Jeruel B. Domingo.
The National Democratic Front Far Southern Mindanao condemns the involuntary disappearance of NDF consultant Lora T. Manipis and husband Jeruel B. Domingo who both vanished without trace since February 24, 2018. Witnesses last saw the couple in Kidapawan City and they had not made any contact with their family and comrades since then.
The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) welcomes the possible resumption of the NDFP-GRP peace talks after GRP President Duterte reversed his earlier proclamation terminating negotiations in November last year. The revolutionary forces maintain the policy of openness to negotiations to seek solutions to the roots of the armed conflict.
Sinusuportahan ng Partido Komunista ng Pilipinas, gayundin ng Bagong Hukbong Bayan, ang posibilidad ng muling pagbubukas ng usapang pangkapayapaan sa pagitan ng National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) at Gubyerno ng Republika ng Pilipinas (GRP).
The resumption of peace talks between the GRP and NDFP negotiating panels is needed precisely to deal with substantive issues and complaints. In the same round of formal talks, as well as in preceding consultations, the panels can present conflicting positions and subsequently seek to solve the problems on mutually acceptable grounds.
The recent statement of Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana referring to the Comprehensive Agreement on Socio-Economic Reforms (CASER) as an example of the NPA’s insincerity show his utmost disregard for the Filipino people’s aspirations for economic development through national industrialization and land reform.