Filipino people have little to gain from May national elections

LIBERATION International, April – June 2010 issue

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By Bagani Dong-Ilay

Is there hope for genuine change? This has been the question inside and outside the country in the aftermath of the 10 May 2010 national elections in the Philippines.

The Filipino people can expect nothing by ay of real change from the recently concluded lections. The same old names, the same old political dynasties, have been proclaimed winners. All the mainstream bourgeois parties represent the interests of the local exploiting classes of big compradors and landlords. They act as junior partners of US imperialism in exploiting and oppressing the Filipino people and in keeping the country backward, non-industrialized and agrarian.

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Violations of human rights presented before UN and EU
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More than 60 years service to the Chinese and world revolution
by Ed Ladera

 

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