Detained NDFP consultants welcome possible revival of peace talks

Two peace consultants of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) who are detained in the Metro Manila District  Jail – Annex 4, Camp Bagong Diwa, Upper Bicutan, Taguig City, Philippines, welcomed the possibility of resuming the stalled peace negotiations between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the NDFP.   

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Communique of the NDFP Int’l Theoretical Conference on Economic Crises of Imperialism

The International Theoretical Conference on Economic Crises of Imperialism organized by the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) was held from 28 to 29 March 2024 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The conference gathered 98 delegates and representatives from different proletarian-socialist, anti-imperialist, and democratic parties from 18 countries across the world.

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NPA units mount series of successful tactical offensives

The New People’s Army (NPA) recently mounted a series of tactical offensives in different Philippine provinces. Red fighters of NPA-Quezon under the Apolonio Mendoza Command ambushed a 30-strong unit of the 85th IB in Doña Aurora, Calauag, Quezon, last 25 March. This is just a few days before the latest “deadline” (the end of March 2024), declared by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) to defeat the units of the NPA in all the guerilla fronts.

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Another Filipino activist detained, deported by Marcos Jr. regime

Marikit Saturay, a young Filipino migrant, was returning to the Philippines last March 7, 2024 to join the celebrations of her grandmother’s 100th birthday..  When she arrived at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport,  she was stopped,  questioned and then denied entry by Immigration officers.  She was questioned about her supposed involvement  in “anti-government” activities which is why she has been put on the Philippine immigration’s so-called “Black List Order.”

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On 26th year of CARHRIHL, NDFP calls out GRP’s mounting IHL violations

On the 26th year of signing of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Respect for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law (CARHRIHL), the National Democratic Front of the Philippines International Office (NDFP IO) called out Marcos Jr’s “mounting cases of violations of international humanitarian law.”

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Marcos Jr.’s Germany visit met with militant protests

Protests met Marcos Jr. as he visited Germany last 12 March.

“It is wrong to welcome this Marcos junket, the main purpose of which is to deodorize the stinking image of Marcos and his family in the international community,” according to the BAYAN-Europe, which organized the protests together with Alpas Pilipinas, Gabriela-Germany and German solidarity organizations.

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CPP: Maco landslides a result of destructive imperialist mining

More than 100 people, mostly mining workers, were killed last February 6 in a landslide disaster in a mining community in Maco, Davao de Oro (formerly Compostela Valley). This incident is the latest in a number of similar tragedies in the province which is one of the country’s biggest mining centers. The landslide occurred in Barangay Masara which is part of the area of mining operations of the Apex Mining Company, a company owned by Marcos crony Enrique Razon, one of the biggest bourgeois compradors and among the top billionaires, according to a statement by the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP).

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