Pagwawakas ng GPH sa Peacetalks, binatikos
Ang Bayan, May 07, 2013
By Marvin Benaning
05 May 2013
THE National Democratic Front (NDF) has practically tagged as a bunch of liars three Aquino officials who claimed that the government had terminated the formal peace talks because the NDF “killed” the special track of the negotiations.Read more
By Delfin T. Mallari Jr.
Inquirer Southern Luzon
2 May 2013
LUCENA CITY, Philippines–Communist Party of the Philippines founder Jose Maria Sison on Thursday accused President Benigno Aquino III of being responsible for the “death” of the peace talks.
“He allowed OPAPP (Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process) and Secretary Teresita Deles to obstruct and practically kill the peace negotiations, whether it is the special track or the regular track,” Sison said Thursday in an e-mail interview.
Sison claimed the Philippine Government wanted “nothing but the pacification and capitulation of the revolutionary forces of the Filipino people through indefinite unilateral ceasefires without the basic reforms required by The Hague Joint Declaration and subsequent agreements.”Read more
Founding Assembly International League of Peoples’ Struggle Netherlands Chapter from KODAO Productions [Europe] on Vimeo
17 April 2013
The Netherlands Country Chapter of the International League of Peoples’ Struggle held its Founding Assembly on 14 April 2013 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. It was attended by 30 participants representing 14 member-organizations and four observers.Read more
By Karlos Manlupig
Philippines – A plan for a historic meeting between President Benigno Aquino III and Communist Party of the Philippines founding chair Jose Maria Sison in Hanoi early this year eased off as both parties failed to agree in several significant issues in the negotiations.Read more
13 March 2013
MANILA, Philippines – Communist rebels said alleged duplicity by government representatives, specifically presidential political adviser Ronald Llamas, had scuttled what could have been the “historic meeting” between President Benigno Aquino III and Communist Party of the Philippines founder Jose Ma. Sison.Read more
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
Philippine Daily Inquirer
12 January 2013
BATCH 2013: (standing, from left) Miguel Alcazaren, Ato Bautista, Mes de Guzman, Randolph Longjas and Ron Bryant; (seated, from left) Kiri and Sari Dalena, Sigrid Andrea Bernardo and Janice Y. Perez ( Courtesy of TV5 Corporate PR)
Organizers are delighted that the eight entries in the first CineFilipino Film Festival are “diverse, novel” and offer fresh points of view.
Mounted by the PLDT-Smart Foundation, MediaQuest, Studio 5 (film arm of TV5) and Unitel Entertainment, CineFilipino hopes to make a difference in the current movie scene, that has been enriched by such indie events as Cinemalaya, Cinemanila, Cinema One, the New Wave section of the Metro Manila Film Festival, Sineng Pambansa, and recently the Quezon City Film Festival.Read more
The Thomas Sankara Memorial Day took place on Monday October 15th, the day of the 25th anniversary of his assassination. It was attended by over 100 participants from Senegal and several other countries. The agenda included several political and cultural activities, most of which are recorded in a video that will be sent later.
One should mention that all the expenses related to the preparation and holding of the Memorial were covered by ILPS and IBON International. This was publicly acknowledged during the Memorial Day and warm thanks were given to both organizations.Read more