Karapatan outraged at Marcos’ refusal to abolish NTF-ELCAC; Cebu unionists reveal rampant gov’t red-tagging

“Marcos Jr. can deny the truth all he can. But the Filipino people and the world see through his lies and his hypocrisy,” Karapatan said

CBCP head seeks peaceful solution to WPS dispute

Bishop David said a “stubborn” civilian presence is indeed the peaceful approach to the conflict “instead of a joint military show-of-force”

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