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Worldwide actions condemn criminal US-Aquino regime

On 21 September 1972, Martial Law was declared by the dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos in the Philippines.

Forty-three years hence, the Filipino people are still suffering from severe forms of violations of their economic, social, cultural and civil and political rights by the government who should guarantee them these rights.

The International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (ICHRP) renews its vow to stand by and amplify the calls of the Filipino people as it launches a campaign against the intensified attacks of the US supported BS Aquino regime against its own people. We call on the international community to join us in accompanying our Filipino brothers and sisters in their journey to just and lasting peace in the land.

Stop Lumad killings (and other human rights violations) in the Philippines!
Junk Oplan Bayanihan! Disband paramilitary groups!
Stop the terrorism of the criminal US-Aquino regime NOW!
Support the people’s resistance to militarization and plunder in MindaNOW!

SOLIDARITY ACTIONS launched on the occasion of the 43rd anniversary of Martial Law:

18 Sept, Friday
Lecture: The war on indigenous communities in the Philippines
Amsterdam, the Netherlands founder and editor Jefry Tupas spoke with university students and solidarity activists in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, about the state terrorism being waged against the indigenous communities in Mindanao.

19 Sept, Saturday
Candlelight Vigil for Justice
Philippine Consulate – Sydney, Australia

Migrante Australia, Action for Peace and Development in the Philippines (APDP-solidarity group), Philippines-Australia Union Link (PAUL-solidarity group),  Philipines Australia Women’s Association (PAWA) and the FILEF (Federation of Italian Migrant Workers and their Families) and ICHRP Australia held a Candlelight Vigil for Justice on 19 Sept, Saturday at the Philippine Consulate in Sydney.

19 Sept, Saturday
We stand for Lumads in Mindanao
@ Bredene aan Zee, Belgium
& The Hague, the Netherlands

20 September, Sunday
Forum for Justice – Melbourne, Australia

Forum on Justice, 2pm in Florence Room, Ross House, Flinders Lane, Melbourne Victoria, organized by Migrante Australia. The speakers were George Kotsakis – Chair of Migrante Australia and Rev. Pastor Berlin Guerrero of the Uniting Church of Australia.

21 September, Monday
US activists demand justice for victims of the US-supported Aquino regime’s crimes!


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