By Willard Cheng
03 February 2012
CALAPAN CITY—President Aquino said there are no negotiations for the return of Communist Party of the Philippines founder Jose Maria Sison, but only talks for a comprehensive peace agreement.
“May negotiations dun sa lalagdaan. Wala pang negotiations doon sa pagbalik niya,” Aquino told reporters after the ceremonial switch on of the electrification program for 45 sitios in Calapan City, Oriental Mindoro.Read more
MANILA, Philippines – Jose Maria Sison, the founder of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), will return to the country but not until a formal and comprehensive peace agreement is signed by the government and the National Democratic Front (NDF), according to President Benigno Aquino III.
“Joma Sison will return home once there is already an agreement…There is ongoing negotiation for the signing of a peace agreement. But negotiations for his return have not yet begun,” Aquino said on Friday.Read more
MANILA, MARCH 1, 2012 (STANDARD) by Florante S. Solmerin – AT LEAST four members of President BenignoAquino III’s Cabinet are negotiating to convince Jose Maria Sison, the founder of the Communist Party of the Philippines, to join the Aquino administration for national unification, the spokesman of an anti-communist group said Wednesday.
“You know, if you received our previous press releases, in fact we mentioned about several people in Malacañang, particularly Ronald Llamas, Jing Deles and Alex Padilla,” said Joey Sison, spokesman of the Alliance for Nationalism and Democracy that’s being led by Rep. Pastor Alcover, a former rebel.
Llamas on Wednesday denied the group’s claim.Read more
By Tara Yap
29 February 2012
ILOILO CITY, Iloilo – There is no truth to the news that Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder Jose Maria “Joma” Sison has arrived in the country and is in Iloilo.Read more
29 February 2012
The Communist Party of the Philippines has said the chances of it forging a peace agreement with the administration of President Benigno Aquino III is “dim.”Read more
Communist Party of the Philippines
February 28, 2012
The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) today issued the following statement belying reports that its founding chair Jose Ma. Sison is in the Philippines:
Prof. Jose Ma. Sison, founding chairman of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and Chief Political Consultant of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP), remains in his residence in Utrecht, The Netherlands. So-called intelligence reports claiming that he has slipped into to the Philippines are utterly lacking in intelligence. It simply took a phone call by DZRH’s Joe Taruc yesterday morning to verify that Joema has not left Utrecht.Read more
By Florante S. Solmerin
Manila Standard Today
27 February 2012
Joma slips in , now in Iloilo , says officer | Manila Standard Today
JOSE Maria Sison, the Utrecht-based founder of the Communist Party of
the Philippines, arrived in the country in January and is now in Iloilo, a military source said on Sunday.
Jan 29, 2012 1:43pm Reporter: Jun Veneracio
By Joyce Pangco Pañares
COMMUNIST Party of the Philippines founder Jose Ma. Sison scoffed at recent reports of a Cabinet post allegedly being offered to him by the Aquino administration.
Sison, in a message through the online social networking site Facebook, said a certain military group loyal to former Defense chief Norberto Gonzales, ANAD partylist Rep. Jun Alcover, and retired Maj. Gen. Jovito Palparan are the ones sowing disinformation against him.Read more
NDFP International Information Office
Utrecht City, Netherlands
15 November 2011
A newly-formed group of international legal experts yesterday pressed the Philippines’ Benigno Aquino government to comply with past agreements forged with the revolutionary National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP), as the only way forward to peacefully resolve the country’s 40-year old armed conflict.Read more