Baseless and unproven accusations linking prominent political figures to the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its military arm, the New People’s Army (NPA), continue circulating online two years after the controversial Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) of 2020 took effect.
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Mga walang basehan at hindi napatunayang akusasyon na nag-uugnay sa mga kilalang personalidad sa pulitika sa Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) at armadong grupo nito, ang New People’s Army (NPA), ay patuloy na kumakalat online dalawang taon matapos magkabisa ang kontrobersyal na Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) ng 2020.
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By DESIREE CALUZA SOMEWHERE IN THE CORDILLERA –Here in the Cordillera in northern Luzon, Philippines, cicadas, birds, dragonflies and butterflies are the usual companions of young revolutionaries who call the hills their home. In one makeshift kitchen made of bamboo and plastic mats, young revolutionaries (aged 18 to 31), sip brewed coffee as they […]
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WITH 4,300 armed members, the New People’s Army has been dubbed by police as the country’s “largest organized private armed group.” During elections, the communist insurgents make their presence felt when they go around collecting fees from candidates, primarily those vying for local positions, in exchange for permits to campaign (PTC) and permits to win […]