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Duterte and his narrative of rebellion

A country must stand on a Constitution whereby the fundamental principles of governance, stability and civil rights are set in place

Catholic bishop of Baguio, Bishop Victor Bendico, ‘red-tagged’

The Diocese of Baguio condemned the social media post, saying the prelate has never supported any “right-wing of left-wing group”

‘Red-tagged’ Church, rights workers in Mindanao seek public protection

Church and human rights workers whose names appeared on the posters are critics of the military's presence in tribal communities in Mindanao

Obispo, nanawagan na itigil ang ‘red-tagging’

Ayon sa obispo, ang “red-tagging” ay nag-aanyaya lamang ng karahasan sa mga taong iniuugnay sa mga rebeldeng komunista

Yes, let’s talk about red-tagging as censorship

Red-baiting or red-tagging is the act of accusing a person or group of persons as communists or its sympathizers

Double-barreled attack on Philippine democracy

The Red-tagging gives state security forces carte blanche authority to go after those who press for peaceful reforms

Is fighting for women’s rights disloyalty to the State or treason...

“Ideological leanings are not sufficient to establish continuous combat function, nor are evidence of direct participation in hostilities"

Philippine Catholic religious superiors file petition against anti-terrorism law

The AMRSP asked the court to declare the new law “unconstitutional” because it “infringes on the free religious expression of the Church”

Protestant pastor red-tagged, arrested in Bicol

Pastor Dan San Andres, 61, chairman of human rights group Karapatan in the region, was arrested in Sipocot town, Camarines Sur

Sister Mary John gets support from Philippine religious superiors

The AMRSP said the nun “may have taken avant-garde positions on issues of church and society but in no way was it meant to aid and abet the enemies of the State”

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