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VP Sara rebukes BBM’s peace plan, fuels speculation of rift with...

Castro said it is alarming that the vice president’s statements reflect a lack of understanding of the complexities of the peace process

Advocates welcome report of peace talks resumption

Advocates said the National Security Policy is essentially a reiteration of the government’s long-standing “whole-of-nation” approach

Philippine faith groups condole with family, friends of late communist leader

The group said Sison “was one of the main movers in the GRP-NDFP peace negotiations”

Observing the International Day of Peace in the Context of the...

Calling for the ways of peace through principled negotiations is to reject a militarist solution, of martial rule in any guise

Philippines church groups appeal to President Marcos to revive peace talks...

The religious leaders called on Marcos “to reconstitute the [government] peace panel and resume the … peace negotiations"

Social Welfare department set livelihood, shelter agenda for former rebels

DSWD vowed to continue support for the government’s peace programs and to provide assistance to former rebels and their families

Catholic, Protestant Church leaders vow to pursue Fidel Ramos’ legacy of...

The religious leaders lauded the former president’s “commitment to attaining true and lasting peace through principled negotiations"

Ecumenical faith-based group says prospects of peace under Marcos presidency ‘quite...

The PEPP called on President Marcos to resume formal peace talks that will 'address the roots of the armed conflict'

Peace, rights groups welcome presidential bets’ stand on peace talks

A peace deal should address the “roots of poverty and discrimination,” said Bishop Felixberto Calang of the group Sowing the Seeds of Peace

Ecumenical peace group urges Filipinos to ‘discern, vote for peace’ in...

“Voting for peace means choosing candidates who will work for a just and enduring peace,” read the group’s statement

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