By Atty. Romeo T. Capulong
Ad Litem Judge, International Criminal Court for the Former Yugoslavia
President, Public Interest Law Center
Philippines, 19 November 2002
In developing the main points of my presentation, it is necessary to state the antecedent facts relevant to the vicious attacks of the US government, the Dutch government, the Philippine government and the Council of the European Union against Prof. Jose Maria Sison, the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and the New People’s Army (NPA). My discussion will focus on Prof. Sison as a person and victim of human rights violations, reserving further discussion on the NPA and the CPP for another occasion.
Message of Solidarity to CONTEND on the occasion of its 16th Anniversary
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison
UP Alumnus and Teacher
23 August 2010
I wish to convey warmest greetings of solidarity to all my academic colleagues in the Congress of Teachers/Educators for Nationalism and Democracy (CONTEND) on the occasion of its celebration of the 16th anniversary of its founding on July 22, 1994. I am proud to give you a message of unity as I did in 1998 during your anti-imperialist conference in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Philippine-American War.
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By Elmer A. Ordonez
The Manila Times
26 August 2010
Diliman was sprawling countryside, with clumps of trees and bamboo and stretches of cogon and talahib. It must have once been covered with forest, hence, its name.
International Committee DEFEND
International Committee to DEFEND Filipino Progressives in Europe
20 August 2010
We wish to remind the public and the mass media that in 1994 the office of the Manila prosecutor’s office approved and issued a resolution dated March 2, 1994 dismissing as based on sheer speculation the charge of multiple murder against Prof. Jose Maria Sison and others in connection with the Plaza Miranda bombing of August 21, 1971.
By Lisandro Claudio
18 August 2010
Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr. was the pre-eminent figure of the anti-Marcos struggle. Even before the declaration of martial law, he was already one of the most vocal critics of the regime’s authoritarian and militarist tendencies. It is perhaps for this tenacity and, of course, his supreme sacrifice in 1983 that the nation considers him a hero.
By Jan Fermon
Attorney for Jose Maria Sison in Sison vs.EU
Broadcast of Radio Nizkor
16 August 2010
EU – The Slow Road to Justice: The case of Jose Maria Sison, by Jan Fermon, Progress Lawyers, attorney for Jose Maria Sison in Sison vs. EU. (Conference: “Terrorism Lists, Executive Powers and Human Rights”, Université Libre de Bruxelles, 20Oct09). Radio Nizkor, 16 August 2010
This audio document contains the speech delivered by Jan Fermon, attorney for Jose Maria Sison in Sison vs. EU, at the Conference “Terrorism Lists, Executive Powers and Human Rights”, held on the 20th of October 2009 at the Free University of Brussels
Jose M. Sison is a Filipino national who has been listed on the EU list.
In his speech, Jan Fermon:
- Describes some of the aspects of the proceedings and their developments.
- Comments on the improvements referred to by Mr. De Kerchove (PMOI case) and their impact on Sison’s case.
- Comments on the devastating influence of the listing on the ongoing peace process in the Philippines.
Go to this URL: http://www.radionizkor.org/excep/fermon.mp3
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ile name Real Media format Mp3 format Duration Language fermon Click on icon Click on icon 00:32:06 ESL/SPA
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