Archive for the ‘Martial Law in the Philippines’ Tag
- December 11, 2009 Death of Democracy? posted in Elections, News and Current Affairs, Politics tagged 1987 Philippine Constitution, 2010 Maguindanao Elections, 2010 Philippine Elections, Ampatuan Massacre, Democracy, Electoral Violence, EO546, extra-judicial killings, Gloria Arroyo, Human Rights, Human Rights Day, International Day of Human Rights, Justice for the Massacre, Maguindanao Massacre, Martial Law, Martial Law in Maguindanao, Martial Law in the Philippines, Philippine Elections, President Aquino, President Ramos, Proclamation 1959, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, UP Student Council, UPD-USC, Vice-Mayor Esmael “Toto” Mangudadatu, Victims of Human Rights
- December 6, 2009 President Gloria Arroyo’s Report on Proclamation No. 1959 posted in News and Current Affairs tagged Ampatuan, Gloria Arroyo, Maguindanao, Maguindanao Massacre, Magundadatu, Malacañang, Martial Law in Maguindanao, Martial Law in the Philippines, PGMA, PGMA Report on Proclamation No. 1959. Martial Law, Philippines, Proclamation 1959
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