THE NEED FOR UNITED FRONT IN THE FILIPINO PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC REVOLUTION Speech in Celebration of the 40th Founding Anniversary of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines Amsterdam, Netherlands By Prof. Jose Maria Sison Founding Chairman, Communist Party of the Philippines Chief Political Consultant, National Democratic Front of the Philippines 28 April, 2013
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison Chief Political Consultant NDFP Negotiating Panel 07 May 2013 By their pronouncements and actions, the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) are highly desirous of continuing the peace negotiations between the Philippine reactionary government (GPH) and the NDFP in accordance with The Hague Joint Declaration and subsequent agreements.
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison NDFP Chief Political Consultant 5 May 2013 Officials and paid hacks of the Aquino regime are misrepresenting me as having made threats of NPA tactical offensives. I did not make such threats. I condemn the misrepresentation of my analysis. I described and analyzed the situation and consequences of the termination of the peace negotiations by the Aquino regime.
By Delfin T. Mallari Jr. Inquirer Southern Luzon 2 May 2013 LUCENA CITY, Philippines–Communist Party of the Philippines founder Jose Maria Sison on Thursday accused President Benigno Aquino III of being responsible for the “death” of the peace talks. “He allowed OPAPP (Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process) and Secretary Teresita Deles to obstruct and practically kill the peace negotiations, whether it is the special track or the regular track,” Sison said Thursday in an e-mail interview. Sison claimed the Philippine Government wanted “nothing but the pacification and capitulation of the revolutionary forces of the Filipino people through indefinite unilateral ceasefires without the basic reforms required by The Hague Joint Declaration and subsequent agreements.”