Malacañang on Saturday strongly denied that President Rodrigo Duterte had directed the Philippine National Police (PNP) to deny the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) access to reports on the killings of human rights activists and defenders in the country.
Kinuwestiyon ni Senador Ronald Bato Dela Rosa ang Commission on Human Rights ( CHR) sa isinagawang budget deliberation para sa 2020 budget ng CHR kung bakit naging tahimik sila sa isyu ng Good Conduct Time
Allowance ( GCTA) matapos na mapalaya ang may mga kasong heinous crime tulad ni dating Calauan Mayor Antonio Sanchez na convicted sa kasong panggagahasa at pagpatay.
Ipinakita ni Senador Christopher Bong Go sa budget deliberation sa senado ng 2020 budget ng Commission on Human Rights ( CHR) ang video ng mga biktima ng mga adik sa suspect na lulong sa ipinagbabawal na droga.
Senator Leila De Lima has refiled a bill seeking to hold concerned partied accountable for extrajudicial killings.
MANILA — The Philippine National Police (PNP) on Friday welcomed the Commission on Human Rights’ (CHR) call for a full investigation into the “collateral damage” incurred in police operations in Rodriguez, Rizal that resulted in the death of four persons, including a three-year-old girl.
The Philippine National Police (PNP) on Friday reiterated its compliance with human rights protocols in handling the detention of Senator Leila de Lima.
Senator Leila M. de Lima has called for a Senate investigation into the disturbing directive by a Baguio-based college mandating all its female students to undertake pregnancy tests before they are allowed to enroll.
Detained Senator Leila de Lima supports Liberal International’s (LI) campaign calling for the freedom of imprisoned liberals and democrats, including herself.
Nag-iba ang ihip ng hangin! President Rodrigo Duterte lauds Harry Roque role in defending Commission on Human Rights (CHR)
The perennially controversial Presidential Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson has received flak once again – this time for allowing her cohost on a webshow to perform a lewd song-and-dance number to promote federalism.
The Philippines would become a “rogue state” should it be booted from the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) for the Duterte administration’s drug war, a former chair of the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) said.
President Rodrigo Duterte: Napakabugok naman nitong Human Rights
Senator Leila de Lima on Friday assailed Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque’s attempt to downplay the preliminary examination of the International Criminal Court (ICC) on the alleged extrajudicial killings (EJKs) committed by the administration.
Solicitor General Jose Calida advised petitioners who sought to end martial law in Mindanao to suck it up and stop insulting the Supreme Court (SC) which junked their petitions.
By: James Hernandez The Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday (February 6) junked the petitions which sought to stop the one-year extension given to martial law…
Former Commission on Human Rights (CHR) chairperson Etta Rosales has also joined other petitions asking the Supreme Court (SC) to void the extension given to martial law in Mindanao.
A group which includes Constitutional expert, lawyer Christian Monsod, and Dinagat Islands Representative Arlen Bag-ao have also joined calls asking the Supreme Court (SC) to stop the one-year extension of martial law over Mindanao due to its unconstitutionality..
Hindi human rights kundi legalidad ng martial law extension ang isyu – Senator Bam Aquino
President Rodrigo Duterte blast Commission on Human Rights (CHR) anew: t******** pala kayo!
Deputy Speaker Rep. Gwendolyn Garcia was about to make a motion to cite a Commission on Human Rights (CHR) commissioner for contempt
President Rodrigo Duterte to CHR chairman Jose Chito Gascon: Hindi kita pakikinggan
Kung dumami ang adik, may magagawa ba Commission on Human Rights (CHR)? – President Rodrigo Duterte
Senator Leila de Lima on Thursday (March 9) responded to criticism over why the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) under her watch failed to come up with concrete findings on then-mayor Rodrigo Duterte’s alleged involvement in the Davao Death Squad (DDS).
State auditors scored the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) for disbursing P1,604,365.76 worth of claims in 2015 for two of its regional offices even without the proper documentation.