Entries by NDFP WebMedia

THE PEOPLE SHOULD NOT RELENT IN DEMANDING JUSTICE FOR POLITICAL PRISONERS

Lest the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) brand the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) a temperamental brat, the NDFP reiterates its appreciation to President Rodrigo Duterte for exercising initiative and political will in effecting the release last August of 19 NDFP consultants and staff and enabling the peace negotiations to move forward.

COPD/PDOP OPERATIONS UNDER THE AFP’S OPLAN BAYANIHAN , VIOLATING THE DELARED CEASEFIRE OF PRESIDENT DUTERTE

After several years, the peace talks between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) resumed under the Rodrigo Duterte administration. As outcomes of the peace talks, the previous signed agreements were reaffirmed including the JASIG and CARHRIHL and the decision to fast track the […]

Whitewashing Marcos’ crimes endangers the peace talks

The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) shares the concern of the Filipino people that the surreptitious burial of the alleged remains of Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani (LNMB) last November 18 forms part of a sinister scheme to whitewash the crimes of the late dictator and revise the people’s historical judgment against him and his brutal martial law regime.

Highest revolutionary salute to Comrade Fidel Castro

We accord him the highest revolutionary salute for ably and fearlessly leading the Cuban revolutionary struggle to overthrow the reactionary Batista regime in 1959 and establish the first government in the Western hemisphere to successfully defy US imperialism and advance the cause of national sovereignty and people’s socio-economic, political and cultural interests and development.

Another death in detention, this time under Duterte regime’s watch

Ocasla was on a list of more than a hundred sick and elderly political detainees whose urgent release on humanitarian grounds has been a longstanding issue raised by the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) before the Duterte government. The Duterte peace panel has whittled down the list of detainees for humanitarian release to a mere 70, without at all explaining how it arrived at this number, and without any assurance that the most seriously ailing among them, like Ocasla, would be part of the “lucky few.”

No basis yet for bilateral ceasefire — NDFP

“The GRP has not provided us with real incentives to work for a more stable ceasefire agreement.” This was National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) peace panel member Benito Tiamzon’s reaction to belie repeated claims by the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) that both parties are in ongoing talks to forge a bilateral ceasefire agreement by the end of this month or early December.

Prof. Jose Maria Sison pays tribute to Canadian revolutionary Nathalie Moreau, proletarian internationalist and staunch supporter of the Filipino people’s revolutionary struggle

I am deeply saddened by the passing away of Comrade Nathalie Moreau, a dedicated, militant and vivacious proletarian revolutionary based in Quebec, a firm supporter of the Filipino people’s struggle for national and social liberation and a proletarian internationalist.