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Go back to Times St., IP group says to President Aquino

"If he can't take the heat, Aquino has no business to remain in Malacanang. He better go back to playing video games in Times Street," Piya Macliing Malayao of indigenous people's organization Kalipunan ng mga Katutubong Mamamayan ng Pilipinas (KAMP) said. "Perhaps Aquino had a wrong choice of career path in public office, albeit the highest position in the country."

 

Junk the EPIRA, VAT to suppress energy rate hikes--IP group

"BS Aquino's lame duck attitude towards pressing issues is sickening. A President who claims to be powerless to address the people's needs is no way for Aquino to act amidst crises," says Piya Macliing Malayao, Kalipunan ng mga Katutubong Mamamayan ng Pilipinas (KAMP) spokesperson said. "Aquino’s impotency to protect its people and ensure their welfare makes this government worthless to its constituents."

 

KAMP condemns slay of Pablo survivor, IP rights defender

Indigenous people's organization Kalipunan ng mga Katutubong Mamamayan ng Pilipinas lambasted the Aquino after another case of extrajudicial killing was reported yesterday. "The Aquino government is yet again showing its inutility in solving the nation's problems in the unabated extrajudicial killings," Piya Macliing Malayao KAMP spokesperson said. "Its failure to resolve the dire human rights situation in the country piles on this administration's inability to address other problems besetting the Filipino people. There is no respite from misery and dereliction in the Aquino government."

 

The Human Rights Situation of Indigenous Peoples 2013

 

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES: RESIST NEOLIBERAL GLOBALIZATION AND ASSERT OUR RIGHT TO SELF-DETERMINATION!

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES: RESIST NEOLIBERAL GLOBALIZATION AND ASSERT OUR RIGHT TO SELF-DETERMINATION!

 

‘Mas mapait ang Undas para sa mga pamilya ng pinaslang’

Manila - Kasabay ng pagdagsa ng mga umuuwi sa kanilang mga probinsya para sa panahon ng Undas, nagtirik naman ng mga itim na kandila ang mga kasapi ng Kalipunan ng mga Katutubong Mamamayan ng Pilipinas (KAMP) sa harapan ng Department of Justice. Dala ang mga larawan ng mga biktima ng extrajudicial killings (EJK), ang mga demonstrador ay nanawagan ng katarungan para sa mga ito.

 

A Letter of Grave Concern over the court case dismissal of the 'Capion Massacre'

October 18, 2013

Hon. Leila M. De Lima
Secretary
Department of Justice

Dear Hon. De Lima,

We are writing to express our grave concern over the resolution of the Office of the Provincial Prosecution in Digos City, Davao del Sur regarding the murder case filed by Sukim K. Malid against Lt. Col. Alexis Bravo, Lt. Dante Jimenez and fourteen other members of the Philippine Army for the killings of Juvy Capion and her two sons, Jordan and John Mark.

 

Indigenous Peoples group slams DOJ dismissal on ‘Capion massacre’

Only days before the first anniversary of the murders of 27-year-old Juvy Capion and her two sons in an alleged armed encounter with elements of the of the 27th Infantry Battalion of the Philippine Army in Tampakan, Kimlawis, Davao del Sur, a resolution from the Office of the Provincial Prosecutor in Digos City, Davao del Sur received by the complainant, Sukim K. Malid ordered the dismissal of the murder raps filed against Lt. Col. Noel Alexis Bravo, Lt. Dante Jimenez and fourteen others.