By: Gideon Lasco @inquirerdotnet Philippine Daily Inquirer 01:51 AM November 1st, 2015 http://globalnation.inquirer.net/130277/joma-sison-polls-a-farce-but-dont-boycott-it AMSTERDAM—Jose Maria Sison, the founding chair of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), has been in exile here since 1987. Even though he has already long stepped down from the position of CPP chair, his voice remains significant, especially in light of recent attempts to revive the protracted peace talks with the government. In July, Speaker Feliciano Belmonte visited and they had a “friendly and informal” meeting to talk about the negotiations.
Guest speech at Alternative Classroom Learning Experience (ACLE) Program, Philippine Collegian, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Q.C., October 15, 2015 By Prof. Jose Maria Sison Chairperson International League of Peoples’ Struggle I am delighted and grateful to be invited by editor-in-chief Mary Joy Capistrano and the Philippine Collegian to the Alternative Classroom Learning Experience program in order to share my experiences regarding revolutionary art, my views on the current state of the art and how artists and creative writers can serve the people and the country through their works.
Ni Propesor Jose Maria Sison Tagapangulo, International League of Peoples’ Struggle Mga kapanalig at kababayan, Pilipinas ang nagpupunong abala ngayong taon sa Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), hila ang may mga sandaang pulong na ugnay sa APEC –marami sa mga lunsod ng Pilipinas tulad ng Manila, Cebu, Iloilo, Tagaytay at Clark Freeport – at rururok sa taunang Economic Leaders’ Meeting ng APEC na idaraos sa Manila sa Nobyembre.