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Issue 4

EDITORIAL: Ideas for Struggles

There has been much discussion in the Philippine movement about the character of the Duterte regime. It has impelled a number of groups to formulate their tactics vis-à-vis the current regime from 'engagement' to 'challenge' and 'resist'.

Recently, the Communist Party of the Philippines, the New People’s Army, and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines have adopted a more combative stance against what they now call the “US-Duterte regime”. The Left-wing leaders in the Duterte government have declared, however, that they will still remain with the Duterte Cabinet.

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Issue 3

EDITORYAL: Ang desisyon ng Supreme Court ay pagpanig sa pagtutuloy ng gyera sa Mindanao

Noong July 4, inayunan ng Korte Suprema ang deklarasyon ng martial law sa buong Mindanao. Sa bilang na 11-3-1, ibinasura ang mga petisyon ng iba’t ibang organisasyon laban sa Proclamation 216 na nagdeklara ng martial law sa Mindanao noon pang Mayo 23.

Labing-isa ang pabor sa martial law, tatlo ang pumosisyon na dapat hanggang Marawi lamang ito, at iisa ang ganap na tumutol. Ito ay ang matapang at progresibong Associate Supreme Court Justice na si Marvic Leonen.

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Issue 2

Wakasan ang Martial Law sa Mindanao

IDINEKLARA ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte ang martial law sa Mindanao sa pamamagitan ng Proklamasyon 216 na inilabas nang siya ay nasa Rusya pa noong May 23, 2017.

Mula noon, higit 200 na ang patay sa Marawi, kabilang ang 45 mula sa Philippine Army, Marines at Philippine National Police. Dumarami pa ang sibilyang namamatay dahil sa patuloy na pambobomba ng mga helikopter ng militar.

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Issue 1

Editorial

The election of President Duterte marks the end of an era of the post-Marcos "Edsa regimes‟, spanning a period of more than three decades, from Cory Aquino to her son Noynoy Aquino. The masses, frustrated and desperate in the face of the inability of the "Edsa regimes‟ to find lasting solutions to the country‟s ongoing and chronic socio-economic problems, placed Duterte, a warlord, in power. After more than three decades of "Edsa rule" we still face mass unemployment, low wages, an agrarian crisis, acute shortage of housing and little or non-existent social services.

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Editorial Board


Ramani Silva

Sonny Melencio

Ric Reyes

Ed Tadem

Luke Espiritu

Merck Maguddayao

Walden Bello

Kat Leuch

Ellecer 'Budit' Carlos

Aaron Pedrosa

Cover and layout artist

Zeus Agustin

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