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ST workers remember slained union leader 9 years after brutal death, Nestle Philippines remains top suspect

CABUYAO, LAGUNA – After visiting Fortuna’s grave and offered him a mass this morning, workers from different industries and enclaves in the Southern Tagalog region gathered in front of the Nestle Philippines Cabuyao plant to commemorate the 9th year death anniversary of slain worker, Diosdado “Ka Fort” Fortuna. 646 more words

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Katarungan para kay Ka Fort, Bayani ng Uring Manggagawa!

Siyam na taon na ang nakararaan nang walang-awang pagbabarilin ang lider-unyonista mula sa Nestle Philippines – Cabuyao, na si Diosdado “Ka Fort” Fortuna. Hanggang sa kasalukuyan, wala pa ring nakakamit na hustisya ang mga kaanak at kasamahan ni Ka Fort. 962 more words

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One year of enforced disappearance: Family, colleagues continue search for Oplan Bayanihan victim

STA. ROSA, LAGUNA – A year of injustice; family and colleagues continue their search for their missing kin, Benjamen Villeno, abducted by the US-BS Aquino regime. 396 more words

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“Noel”

NAGING MAINIT na naman ang usapan sa term extension ni PNoy nitong nakaraang linggo dahil sa pahayag ni Presidential Spokesperson Secretary Edwin Lacierda hinggil sa usaping “NOEL” o “No Election.” Ito ay naging sentro ng usapan noong banggitin ni Lacierda ang pahayag na “hintayin na lang natin …
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ST workers: No special treatment for The Butcher, let Palparan pay for thousands cases of HR violations

Workers from the Southern Tagalog region under Pagkakaisa ng Manggagawa sa Timog Katagalugan – Kilusang Mayo Uno (Solidarity of Workers in Southern Tagalog – May First Movement or PAMANTIK-KMU) hails, in partiality, the capture of The Butcher, Ret. 946 more words

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The evils of cross-ownership in power industry (2)

by Neal Cruz, republished from Philippine Daily Inquirer website, September 07, 2007

MANILA, Philippines — The previous column dwelt on proposals to amend the Electric Power Industry Reform Act, or Epira (endorsed by President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo) because instead of reducing power rates, which was its original intent, it resulted in even higher rates and, in the future, even a worse situation. 514 more words

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