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On turning 75, Peace, and Duterte as president

Interview with Prof. Jose Maria Sison
By Davao Today

Turning 75 this February 8, Professor Jose Maria Sison, chief consultant of the National Democratic Front on the peace negotiations, answer questions from Davao Today on current issues ranging from peace talks to the possibility of Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte running as president.

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NDFP 10-Point Proposal for a Concise Agreement for an Immediate Just Peace

A publication of the NDFP Human Rights Monitoring Committee
April 2011

The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) is hereby proposing a Concise Agreement for an Immediate Just Peace(CAIJP) to the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP), be it the incumbent regime or the new one that may arise soon. Every point in this proposal is demanded by the people and is for their benefit.

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NDFP 10-Point Proposal for a Concise Agreement for an Immediate Just Peace

A publication of the NDFP Human Rights Monitoring Committee
April 2011

The National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) is hereby proposing a Concise Agreement for an Immediate Just Peace(CAIJP) to the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP), be it the incumbent regime or the new one that may arise soon. Every point in this proposal is demanded by the people and is for their benefit.

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NDFP condemns abduction and detention of NDFP Consultant Randy Malayao

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NDFP condemns abduction and detention of NDFP Consultant Randy Malayao,
Demands release of detained consultants and surfacing of disappeared consultants

By LUIS G. JALANDONI
Chairperson, NDFP Negotiating Panel

While informal peace talks were being held in Norway, NDFP Political Consultant Malayao was abducted by military agents on May 15, 2008 in Pasig City, Metro Manila. In violation of the GRP-NDFP Joint Agreement on Safety and Immunity Guarantees (JASIG), Malayao was abducted, tortured, arrested and till now is illegally detained in the custody of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Groug (CIDG) of the Philippine National Police in Ilagan, Isabela.

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