Following what activists call a “historic” Labor Day rally at Mendiola, a militant lawmaker from the House of Representatives warned that more massive mobilizations against President Rodrigo Duterte would be held within the year.
Ongoing deportation proceedings did not stop a 71-year-old Australian nun from participating in the massive Labor Day protest in Mendiola, albeit only in writing.
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II believes the public should be allowed to show its support for the possibility of forming a revolutionary government.
Revolutionary government (RevGov) supporters hold peace rally in Mendiola
Ousted Laguna Gov. ER Ejercito angrily cursed at former President Noynoy Aquino, whom he called “Noynoy Abnoy,” for his failures and allegedly being the leader of a destabilization plot against the Duterte administration.
A group backed by Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II and Public Attorney’s Office chief Persida Acosta attended the pro-revolutionary government rally at Mendiola on Bonifacio Day (November 30).
Malacañang distanced President Rodrigo Duterte from the pro-revolutionary government rallies happening on Thursday (November 30) even as it maintained that people are free to hold mass actions.
They were asking for food, not bullets.
The militant farmers party-list group Anakpawis said Cory Aquino and his son Pres. Benigno Aquino III have betrayed the spirit of the Edsa people power.
Amid all the shouting and the angst, Antonio “Tonchi” Tinio found a peaceful buddy.