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Sunday, 29 March 2015 17:37

UNITY STATEMENT ON PEACE

27 March 2015

Peace Bell, Quezon City Memorial Circle

We, the undersigned members of civil society, representatives from the Youth, Women, and Business sectors, are one with our fellow peace advocates in government and in the private sector in the pursuit of justice, freedom, peace and security.

Consistent with the democratic ideals on which our society was founded upon, we consider it our moral duty to actively advocate for rational and constructive discourse with the national and local governments, especially in the critical area of the Mindanao peace process.

We are steadfast in treading the path toward peace despite the many challenges in its way.  We are hopeful that the Bangsamoro Basic Law will continue to be pursued through meaningful discourse and resolution.

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Wednesday, 25 February 2015 02:52
C4CC STATEMENT ON THE MAMASAPANO CLASH OF JANUARY 2015
 
The Coalition for a Citizens’ Constitution (C4CC) joins the nation in grieving for the tragic loss of human lives in the bloody encounter in Mamasapano, Maguindanao last January 25, 2015. We call for justice to be served and firmly demand for an impartial investigation to uncover the truth behind this tragedy.  Furthermore, we challenge all parties to admit accountability where it is found to be due.
 
Nevertheless, C4CC calls for sobriety and cautions against hasty judgments on the part of every Filipino, as this time of volatile tensions and emotions must not be allowed to be the spark for yet another protracted armed conflict.
 
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Wednesday, 28 January 2015 21:06

MINCODE STATEMENT ON THE MAMASAPANO INCIDENT

27 January 2015 

The Mindanao Coalition of Development NGO Networks (MINCODE) strongly condemns the shooting incident in Mamapasano in Maguindanao Province in Mindanao that resulted in the death of more than 40 policemen last Sunday, January 25, 2015.

As there is a ceasefire agreement between the MILF and the GPH, we call on the immediate investigation of this unfortunate incident by the Coordinating Committee on the Cessation of Hostilities (CCCH) and the International Monitoring Team (IMT) even as we call on both parties to meet to prevent the escalation of violence.   We extend our sympathies to the families of all those who were killed and we support the calls to seek justice for them.

We share the view of the GPH and the MILF and many peace advocates that this recent incident does not reflect the state of their relationship. We deplore the moves to derail the deliberations in the Senate and the House of Representatives on the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law because of this incident. We denounce in very strong terms the irresponsible calls to suspend the ongoing deliberations in Congress. It is of utmost importance that the BBL is immediately passed to nurture peace, justice and non-violence which are the principles underlying the proposed law.

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