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Jose Ma. Sison’s latest book launched in the Netherlands

By NDFP International Information Office

[Utrecht, 04 December] Detention and Defiance Against Dictatorship, the latest book of Jose Maria Sison, was launched yesterday at the international office of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The book contains Sison’s selected writings while in detention in 1977-1986, during the notorious Marcos dictatorship.

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Jose Ma. Sison’s latest book launched in the Netherlands

By NDFP International Information Office

[Utrecht, 04 December] Detention and Defiance Against Dictatorship, the latest book of Jose Maria Sison, was launched yesterday at the international office of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The book contains Sison’s selected writings while in detention in 1977-1986, during the notorious Marcos dictatorship.

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Comments on the Philippine case before ITLOS and Arbitral Tribunal

By Prof. JOSE MARIA SISON
NDFP Chief Political Consultant

In a previous interview, I said that the strongest piece of international law in favor of the Philippines is the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), particularly with regard to the 200 mile exclusive economic zone. I even challenged the Manila government to file a case in the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea (ITLOS).

By manifestations through writing and mass actions, the patriotic and progressive forces have stood for Philippine sovereignty and territorial integrity over the islands or islets in question in the sea west of the Philippines on the basis of UNCLOS and other international instruments. This is not the first time that their position has concurred with that of the Philippine reactionary government on a territorial issue, as in the case of Sabah.

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Comments on the Philippine case before ITLOS and Arbitral Tribunal

By Prof. JOSE MARIA SISON
NDFP Chief Political Consultant

In a previous interview, I said that the strongest piece of international law in favor of the Philippines is the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), particularly with regard to the 200 mile exclusive economic zone. I even challenged the Manila government to file a case in the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea (ITLOS).

By manifestations through writing and mass actions, the patriotic and progressive forces have stood for Philippine sovereignty and territorial integrity over the islands or islets in question in the sea west of the Philippines on the basis of UNCLOS and other international instruments. This is not the first time that their position has concurred with that of the Philippine reactionary government on a territorial issue, as in the case of Sabah.

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Joma at 75: No retirement after 55 years in service

By CHARED VERSCHUUR-BALLO
From www.gmanetwork.com

AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands — It was a lot like a normal Filipino birthday party. There was cake, enough food to share, the ever-popular birthday noodles, and singing of the Happy Birthday song.

But what made Joma Sison’s 75th birthday celebration are details that can only be experienced by a revolutionary of 55 years.

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Joma at 75: No retirement after 55 years in service

By CHARED VERSCHUUR-BALLO
From www.gmanetwork.com

AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands — It was a lot like a normal Filipino birthday party. There was cake, enough food to share, the ever-popular birthday noodles, and singing of the Happy Birthday song.

But what made Joma Sison’s 75th birthday celebration are details that can only be experienced by a revolutionary of 55 years.

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Liberation International, October-December 2013

LI oct-dec 2013 cover72dpiHaiyan disaster draws global support

NDFP thanks support for relief and rehabilitation

By LUIS G. JALANDONI
NDFP Chief International Representative

The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) extends its profound and heartfelt thanks to all the international friends who extended and are giving much appreciated support and assistance for the relief and rehabilitation activities being undertaken for the millions of victims of the supertyphoon Haiyan (local name: Yolanda).

Other stories:

  • CPP Anniversary ushers Red town councils

  • NPA launches ‘combat medicine’ trainings

  • Doctors in the People’s Army

  • CPP-NDFP condemn 40-year sentence against Eduardo Sarmiento

  • Prof. Sison launches book series ‘Continuing the Philippine Revolution’

Download Liberation International, October – December 2013 issue.

To order a printed version, please send a message to: [email protected]

Ka Maria Malaya on Ka Joma

By CPP Information Bureau

Comrade Maria Malaya, Spokesperson of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines for Northeastern Mindanao, extends her warm greetings to Prof. Jose Maria Sison’s 75th birthday.

In her recollection, she stressed how the Philippine Society and Revolution book, written by Amado Guerrero (nom de guerre of Prof. Jose Maria Sison), helped her in combating counter-revolutionary ideas spearheaded by adventurist and opportunist elements during the pre-Second Great Rectification Movement period.

Friends around the world toast Joma’s 55 years of service to Philippine revolution

By NDFP International Information Office

[Amsterdam, 10 February 2014] A day after his 75th birthday on 8 February 2014, Prof. Jose Maria Sison – or Ka Joma to friends and comrades – was feted by Filipino and European friends and comrades as he celebrated his 55 years of service to the Filipino people, at the Mirror Centre in Amsterdam. Friends from the Philippines and other parts of the world sent congratulatory messages and video presentations.

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Friends around the world toast Joma’s 55 years of service to Philippine revolution

By NDFP International Information Office

[Amsterdam, 10 February 2014] A day after his 75th birthday on 8 February 2014, Prof. Jose Maria Sison – or Ka Joma to friends and comrades – was feted by Filipino and European friends and comrades as he celebrated his 55 years of service to the Filipino people, at the Mirror Centre in Amsterdam. Friends from the Philippines and other parts of the world sent congratulatory messages and video presentations.

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