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Message of the Cordillera People’s Democratic Front on the 42nd NDFP Anniversary

By CORDILLERA PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC FRONT

The Cordillera People’s Democratic Front (CPDF) salutes the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) on the occasion of its 42nd anniversary on 24 April 2015, which is also the 30th commemoration of Cordillera Day.

The NDFP is the widest and most consolidated united front of revolutionary organizations seeking to overthrow the oppressive semi-colonial and semi-feudal system and replace this with a genuinely sovereign and democratic Philippine society with a socialist perspective.

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NPA supports opposition to Sierra Madre Dam Projects, vows to launch tactical offensives

By ARMANDO JACINTO
Spokesperson, NPA Rosemarie Lodronio Rosal Command
NPA Mt. Sierra Madre Subregional Command

The officers and Red fighters of the Rosemarie Lodronio Rosal Command (RLRC-NPA-Mt Sierra Madre-Southern Tagalog Sub-Regional Command) support the people’s opposition to Sierra Madre Dam Projects.

The two dam projects — Kaliwa Dam and Laiban Dam — would tap water from Agos River in the Sierra Madre mountain ranges supposedly to supply potable water to Metro Manila. These projects are being hailed by the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) as the New Centennial Water Source Projects under the Public-Private Partnership Program, with a projected budget of PhP88 billion (Kaliwa Dam, PhP23 billion; Laiban Dam, PhP65 billion).

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NPA supports opposition to Sierra Madre Dam Projects, vows to launch tactical offensives

By ARMANDO JACINTO
Spokesperson, NPA Rosemarie Lodronio Rosal Command
NPA Mt. Sierra Madre Subregional Command

The officers and Red fighters of the Rosemarie Lodronio Rosal Command (RLRC-NPA-Mt Sierra Madre-Southern Tagalog Sub-Regional Command) support the people’s opposition to Sierra Madre Dam Projects.

The two dam projects — Kaliwa Dam and Laiban Dam — would tap water from Agos River in the Sierra Madre mountain ranges supposedly to supply potable water to Metro Manila. These projects are being hailed by the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) as the New Centennial Water Source Projects under the Public-Private Partnership Program, with a projected budget of PhP88 billion (Kaliwa Dam, PhP23 billion; Laiban Dam, PhP65 billion).

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