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Which New Power Arrangements in the Philippines?

Partyforumseasia:    With the high voter turnout of 81.62 percent, president-elect Duterte’s landslide lead was so clear that his victory could be announced long before all votes had been properly counted. 533 more words

Political Parties In Southeast Asia

Philippines President-Elect Duterte vows to swiftly end the Communist rebellion

AFP

© AFP/File | Philippines’ incoming president Rodrigo Duterte is hoping to bring a swift political settlement to the Communist rebellion that has killed about 30,000 people and impoverished vast swathes of the country… 382 more words

Why Read Jose Ma. Sison? A Review of Building People’s Power (2016)

Note: This review was published by Bulatlat.com. It was also read during the book launch and International League of People’s Struggle 15th anniversary gathering at the Carillon Tower, Baclaran Church on May 28, 2016. 1,549 more words

Books

Exiled Communist Party of the Philippines Leader Wants To Meet Rodrigo Duterte in Europe

By Delfin T. Mallari Jr.
Philippine Inquirer

RENDEZVOUS IN EUROPE Jose Maria Sison,Communist Party of the Philippines founder, hopes to meet presumptive President RodrigoDuterte in Europe before the latter assumes office in Malacañang. 594 more words

CPP-NPA Exploiting Our Youths

I would like to repost this very good material from the blogsite of John Ruiz….

The Youth Must Learn From History

Chinese Communist Party Chairman Mao Zedong launched from 1966 to 1976 the… 244 more words

SISON: ROXAS NO HEART FOR POOR

‘TUWAD NA DAAN’ A

‘KISS OF DEATH’

FOR ROXAS

President Benigno Aquino and his ‘tuwad na daan’ program is presidential candidate Mar Roxas’ ‘kiss of death.’ 267 more words

2016 ELECTION

SISON: Binay to get votes of ‘disqualified’ Duterte, Poe

The presidency could be a short leap away for Vice President Jejomar Binay if Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte and Senator Grace Poe would be disqualified by the Commission on Elections (Comelec) from running in the 2016 elections.

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2016 ELECTION