By Jenny CadungogLabor center Kilusang Mayo Uno slammed the administration of Pres. Noynoy Aquino today for allowing the US to use the Philippines as
- On the TUCP’s petition for a P85 wage hike in NCR
- Baler struck by 5.4-magnitude earthquake, April 5, 2013
By Jenny CadungogAfter getting the House Subcommittee on Labor Standard’s nod last Jan. 18 to a bill that seeks to legislate a P125 across-the-board
By Jun CincoLabor center Kilusang Mayo Uno hailed the approval today by the House Sub-committee on Labor Standards of the bill seeking to legislate
By Harold HisonaWe condemn the designation of Akbayan Rep. Kaka Bag-ao as caretaker of the Dinagat district and the subsequent release of P140 million
We will not bow down to repression! Junk the Cybercrime Law!
We unite with the Filipino workers and people in calling on the Supreme Court to junk the Cybercrime Law. With Pres. Noynoy Aquino’s ardent defense of this repressive law and the legislature’s upcoming recess, it’s the SC that’s tasked to junk this repressive law. We reiterate: The Cybercrime Law is an attack on workers’ and people’s freedom of expression. It is aimed at repressing views critical of the Aquino government and the country’s socio-economic system. It aims to silence alternative and progressive viewpoints and strengthen pro-Aquino propaganda. Cybersex and cyber-bullying do not warrant the implementation of a law that will repress workers’ ...
Atimonan rubout: No change in the military, police under Aquino
It is evident that the January 6 incident in Atimonan, Quezon was a rubout and not a shootout as earlier reported. It is becoming clearer and clearer that the rubout is related to criminal activities, most possibly the illegal numbers game jueteng. The rubout shows that the military and the police have not changed under Pres. Noynoy Aquino. They are still engaged in criminal activities and still capable of killing in order to protect the interests of criminal syndicates. The gruesome Atimonan incident hints at the huge amounts of money and power involved in criminal activities, especially jueteng. Previous presidents have been the subject ...