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The NDFP Reciprocal Working Committee Perspective on Social and Economic Reforms

A publication of the NDFP Human Rights Monitoring Committee
August 2009

The second item in the substantive agenda of the peace negotiations is social and economic reforms. It came second in the agenda only because there was the need to first “humanize” the armed conflict by binding the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) to observe human rights and international humanitarian law in the conduct of the armed conflict.

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The NDFP Reciprocal Working Committee Perspective on Social and Economic Reforms

A publication of the NDFP Human Rights Monitoring Committee
August 2009

The second item in the substantive agenda of the peace negotiations is social and economic reforms. It came second in the agenda only because there was the need to first “humanize” the armed conflict by binding the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) to observe human rights and international humanitarian law in the conduct of the armed conflict.

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The Lies of GRP Officials on Extrajudicial Killings

A Comparative Study of 23 Cases of Extrajudicial Killings Filed Against the GRP that the Macapagal-Arroyo Regime is Attributing to the NDFP

A publication of the NDFP Human Rights Monitoring Committee
May 2007

This publication, a study by the NDFP Monitoring Committee (MC) and its Joint Secretariat (JS), was prompted by repeated public claims by officials of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) imputing the blame or responsibility for the extrajudicial killings of hundreds of legal activists and unarmed civilians to the New People’s Army (NPA), the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), and other revolutionary forces, constituting the national liberation movement in the Philippines.

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The Lies of GRP Officials on Extrajudicial Killings

A Comparative Study of 23 Cases of Extrajudicial Killings Filed Against the GRP that the Macapagal-Arroyo Regime is Attributing to the NDFP

A publication of the NDFP Human Rights Monitoring Committee
May 2007

This publication, a study by the NDFP Monitoring Committee (MC) and its Joint Secretariat (JS), was prompted by repeated public claims by officials of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) imputing the blame or responsibility for the extrajudicial killings of hundreds of legal activists and unarmed civilians to the New People’s Army (NPA), the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), and other revolutionary forces, constituting the national liberation movement in the Philippines.

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