Prof. Jose Maria Sison
NDFP Chief Political Consultant
14 November 2011
Brief presentation to press conference, in Utrecht, The Netherlands
Let me state to you the remedies that have been used or can be used to overcome or solve 10 major obstacles or problems in the GPH-NDFP peace negotiations.
Let me refer quickly to every obstacle or problem and then state the remedy.
1. Problem of diametrically opposite positions in a civil war
* Remedy: The Hague Joint Declaration (THJD) makes it possible for the warring parties, GPH and NDFP, to become negotiating parties. It declares that they are guided by mutually acceptable principles of national sovereignty, democracy and social justice and that there shall be no precondition whatsoever to negate the inherent character and purpose of peace negotiations. Both sides keep their respective political integrity in addressing the roots of the armed conflict by negotiating and agreeing on basic social, economic and political reforms.
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.
La Ligue internationale des luttes des peuples (ILPS), qui regroupe plus de 300 organisations-membres de toutes les régions du monde, transmet ses salutations les plus militantes de solidarité et d’appui au peuple égyptien à l’occasion de la Journée internationale pour la défense de leur lutte pour la liberté, les droits humains et la justice sociale, le 12 novembre 2011.
The International League of People’s Struggle (ILPS), with over 300 member- organizations from all regions of the world, conveys most militant greetings of solidarity and support to the Egyptian people on the occasion of the International Day to Defend their struggle for freedom, human rights and social justice on 12 November 2011.
Jose Maria Sison opens the door personally.
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison
International League of Peoples’ Struggle
30 October 2011
The International League of Peoples’ Struggle resolutely condemns the drive of the US government and its monopoly capitalists to realize the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) as a scheme to impose their power over trade and investment flows. This would aggravate the exploitation of the working people and the environment as a way of raising superprofits and seeking to cope with the grave economic, social and economic crisis.
Ni Jose Maria Sison at Julieta de Lima (Ka Joma at Ka Julie)
Taos puso kaming nakikiramay sa pamilya ni Manuel (Ka Nonong) Alabado sa kanyang pagpanaw. Nagdadalamhati tayo sa pagkawala ng isang minamahal subalit ipinagbubunyi natin ang lahat ng mabuting gawa hindi lamang para sa pamilya kundi para sa sambayanang Pilipino.
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