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Martial law in Mindanao: Spate of EJK, arrests, bombings, evacuation - Bulatlat

8.6.17

Martial law in Mindanao: Spate of EJK, arrests, bombings, evacuation - Bulatlat: “We call for vigilance as Duterte accords the infamous rights violators Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and Philippine National Police (PNP) more powers that can further undermine civilian processes and suppress people’s rights,” said Karapatan in an Urgent Appeal posted in its website.

The violations were committed during military and police operations.
Karapatan noted that military and police checkpoints were also set up in Tacloban City, Leyte in the Visayas and in Metro Manila, while curfews have been implemented in some areas in Mindanao.

Karapatan is among the progressive groups calling on Duterte to lift martial law and resume peace talks with the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP).


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