MANILA, Philippines — A group of former political prisoners urged President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. to pursue peace talks with the Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army-National Democratic Front of the Philippines (CPP-NPA-NDFP), labeling the government's recent amnesty program a "bogus peace plan."
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MANILA, Philippines — Former president Rodrigo Duterte will only face Philippine courts and not a “foreign nation,” Sen. Bong Go reiterated yesterday, as he expressed confidence that the Marcos administration will not cooperate with the International Criminal Court (ICC)’s investigation on Duterte for alleged crimes against humanity.
MANILA, Philippines — President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. can accept the ad hoc jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (ICC) for the drug war investigation, a group of human rights advocates and lawyers said on Wednesday.
MANILA, Philippines — Leaders at the House of Representatives have begun the process of granting congressional concurrence to recent amnesty proclamations made by the president to former members of rebel groups.
Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, November 29) — Senator Ronald «Bato» dela Rosa on Wednesday said he will look into Kabataan party-list Rep. Raoul Manuel after former communist rebels claimed that the lawmaker was responsible for insurgent groups' efforts to recruit young people.
MANILA, Philippines — Former president Rodrigo Duterte was among the graduates of the San Beda College of Law who were granted the Juris Doctor degree during ceremonies at the Philippine International Convention Center on Tuesday afternoon.
MANILA, Philippines — Two committees of the House of Representatives have approved and consolidated resolutions that encourage President Marcos to allow the Philippines to cooperate in the International Criminal Court (ICC)’s probe into the Duterte administration’s war on drugs.
Drug war victims see officials against rejoining ICC all about ‘politics, self-preservation,’ lawyer says
Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, November 29) — A lawyer representing some of the Duterte administration's drug war victims on Wednesday said those against the rejoining of the Philippines in the International Criminal Court (ICC) are only protecting themselves as possible respondents to the case.