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Catholic prelate urges ‘collective action’ against Charter change

Bishop Bagaforo said the mobilization “wasn't just a protest” but also “a prayerful plea for our leaders to prioritize the people's needs"

Christian youth group commends organizers of major anti-Charter change rally

An estimated 3,000 participants from various parishes, Catholic institutions, and schools are expected to join the protest

Manila Archdiocese to join mass rally and prayer against Charter Change

"It is not the right time to change the Constitution. The government should instead address the fundamental problems of our country"

Marcos Jr’s Charter change: A Threat to Filipino Migrants and the...

Filipino migrants become unwitting pawns in a larger geopolitical game, serving the interests of foreign powers and multinational corporations

‘Cha-cha lies in the power of the people, not politicians’ –...

While past administrations have pushed for charter change, the network said that current efforts are the “most organized and well-funded.”

Charter change could worsen destructive mining impact

The Philippines is known for its rich mineral resources. However, 97% of the mining production in the country goes to foreign industries.

PPCRV voices concerns over Cha-cha plebiscite in 2025 polls

The poll body said that holding the twin electoral exercises could save the Philippine government as much as P13 billion.

KWENTUHAN SA BARBERYA: Paano makatitipid sa ‘di kinakailangang ChaCha?

Kinasangkapan ng mga promtor ng ChaCha ang kahirapan para linlangin ang taumbayan sa mga pangakong ayuda at iba pang modus

Philippine church groups join 38th EDSA People Power Anniversary protest 

“A testament to the power of the people” and “a reminder that collective action can overcome even the most daunting challenges”

Why people’s initiative to amend Philippine Constitution reeks of ‘Marcosian tactics’

During the time of Marcos Sr., the 1973 Constitution was overwhelmingly ratified by 35,000 barangays gathered into “citizen’s assemblies.”

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