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NDFP Consultant Roy Erecre’s statement after his release from detention

By ROY A. ERECRE
NDFP Consultant for Visayas
27 September 2014

My release from the Bohol District Jail (BDJ) through the court’s decision on 19 September 2014 makes me more effective in carrying out my responsibility as National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) Consultant for the Visayas. I was illegally arrested in Davao City last 07 May 2014 along with an NDFP liaison for the peace talks.

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NDFP Consultant Roy Erecre’s statement after his release from detention

By ROY A. ERECRE
NDFP Consultant for Visayas
27 September 2014

My release from the Bohol District Jail (BDJ) through the court’s decision on 19 September 2014 makes me more effective in carrying out my responsibility as National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) Consultant for the Visayas. I was illegally arrested in Davao City last 07 May 2014 along with an NDFP liaison for the peace talks.

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Even a lot worse this time inside Bicutan

By ALAN JAZMINES
NDFP Consultant

Chelo Banal-Formoso’s September 25 Philippine Daily Inquirer article Inside Bicutan in time of worse than cholera touched familiar chords in my memories of the time I was among the political prisoners in Camp Bagong Diwa during the Marcos martial law regime.

I was then twice confined here at Camp Bagong Diwa during that period — the first time sometime before her October 1978 visit to the detention center and the second time from 1982 up to the release of all political prisoners and the closing down of the detention center for political prisoners in Camp Bagong Diwa right after the February 1986 EDSA People Power.

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Even a lot worse this time inside Bicutan

By ALAN JAZMINES
NDFP Consultant

Chelo Banal-Formoso’s September 25 Philippine Daily Inquirer article Inside Bicutan in time of worse than cholera touched familiar chords in my memories of the time I was among the political prisoners in Camp Bagong Diwa during the Marcos martial law regime.

I was then twice confined here at Camp Bagong Diwa during that period — the first time sometime before her October 1978 visit to the detention center and the second time from 1982 up to the release of all political prisoners and the closing down of the detention center for political prisoners in Camp Bagong Diwa right after the February 1986 EDSA People Power.

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Respect JASIG, work on the resumption of peace talks — NDFP

Work on resuming peace talks rather than pinning down NDFP Consultants with trumped-up charges and malicious intrigues

By Pax Enguerra
NDFP Visayas Media Liaison

The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) Visayas condemns the Government of the Philippines (GPH) along with the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), Philippine National Police (PNP), and other anti-peace talk’s elements for going after NDFP Consultants with trumped-up criminal charges and sowing malicious intrigues, instead of working on efforts to resume the NDFP-GPH Peace Negotiations.

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Respect JASIG, work on the resumption of peace talks — NDFP

Work on resuming peace talks rather than pinning down NDFP Consultants with trumped-up charges and malicious intrigues

By Pax Enguerra
NDFP Visayas Media Liaison

The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) Visayas condemns the Government of the Philippines (GPH) along with the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), Philippine National Police (PNP), and other anti-peace talk’s elements for going after NDFP Consultants with trumped-up criminal charges and sowing malicious intrigues, instead of working on efforts to resume the NDFP-GPH Peace Negotiations.

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NDFP warns GPH anew against preventing recognition and reparation of thousands of successful class and individual plaintiffs in the Human Rights Case against Marcos in the US

By LUIS G. JALANDONI
Chairperson, NDFP Negotiating Panel

The Negotiating Panel of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) has repeatedly warned the Negotiating Panel of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines/Government of the Philippines (GRP/GPH) since 1997 that the NDFP will consider as just cause for termination of the peace negotiations the failure of GRP/GPH to indemnify the 9,539 class suit members and 24 direct action plaintiffs who won their case in the Human Rights Litigation Against the Estate of Ferdinand E. Marcos (MDL No. 840, CA No. 88-0390) in the US Federal District Court of Honolulu, Hawaii.

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NDFP warns GPH anew against preventing recognition and reparation of thousands of successful class and individual plaintiffs in the Human Rights Case against Marcos in the US

By LUIS G. JALANDONI
Chairperson, NDFP Negotiating Panel

The Negotiating Panel of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) has repeatedly warned the Negotiating Panel of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines/Government of the Philippines (GRP/GPH) since 1997 that the NDFP will consider as just cause for termination of the peace negotiations the failure of GRP/GPH to indemnify the 9,539 class suit members and 24 direct action plaintiffs who won their case in the Human Rights Litigation Against the Estate of Ferdinand E. Marcos (MDL No. 840, CA No. 88-0390) in the US Federal District Court of Honolulu, Hawaii.

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Commentary on Padilla statement

By FIDEL V. AGCAOILI
Spokesperson, NDFP Negotiating Panel

On the occasion of the observance of the so-called 11th National Peace Consciousness Month by the Government of the Philippines (GRP/GPH), Alex Padilla, Chairperson of the GRP/GPH Negotiating Panel, issued a statement posted at the website of the Office of the Presidential Assistant on Peace Process (OPAPP) and reportedly released on 01 September 2014.

On behalf of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP), I submit hereunder a paragraph-by-paragraph commentary on his statement.

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Commentary on Padilla statement

By FIDEL V. AGCAOILI
Spokesperson, NDFP Negotiating Panel

On the occasion of the observance of the so-called 11th National Peace Consciousness Month by the Government of the Philippines (GRP/GPH), Alex Padilla, Chairperson of the GRP/GPH Negotiating Panel, issued a statement posted at the website of the Office of the Presidential Assistant on Peace Process (OPAPP) and reportedly released on 01 September 2014.

On behalf of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP), I submit hereunder a paragraph-by-paragraph commentary on his statement.

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