By Loui Galicia ABS-CBN Europe News Bureau 6 September 2008 It has been one year since the arrest of Jose Maria Sison in Utrecht, Netherlands on Aug. 28, 2007, yet it is still not clear where his case is headed, […]
By TJ Burgonio Philippine Daily Inquirer Posted date: August 16, 2008 MANILA — Communist Party leader Jose Ma. Sison is now accusing United States Ambassador Kristie Kenney of feigning ignorance of a deal expanding the homeland of the Bangsamoro people […]
By TJ Burgonio Philippine Daily Inquirer Breaking News / Nation 10 August 2008 COMMUNIST PARTY OF THE PHILIPPINES founder Jose Ma. Sison paid tribute Saturday to Lorenzo Tañada, saying the late senator’s fight for independence and democracy remained even more […]
By Alexander Martin Remollino Bulatlat 27 January 2008 NDFP chief political consultant Jose Maria Sison’s listing as a “foreign terrorist” in 2002 brought about the suspension of his benefits and pension, and restrictions on his right to travel. “But I […]
Fight Back News Service 1 January 2008 Prof. Jose Maria Sison, chief political consultant of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines, declared today his expectations of worse economic conditions in the Philippines in 2008. His discussion of these bleak […]
By Jerome Aning Philippine Daily Inquirer 01 January 2008 THE COMMUNIST Party of the Philippines on Tuesday took a swipe at Malacañang’s repeated claims of a rosy economy, saying ordinary Filipinos faced more economic and social suffering in 2008.
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison NDFP Chief Political Consultant 31 December 2007 Prof. Jose Maria Sison, chief political consultant of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines, slammed Gloria M. Arroyo for lying about the Philippine economic situation by claiming […]
GMANews.TV Posted December 31, 2007 Despite Malacañang’s repeated claims of a rosy economy, the ordinary Filipino will still face economic and social sufferings in 2008, Communist Party of the Philippines founding chairman Jose Maria Sison said Sunday night.
http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/storypage.aspx?StoryId=103509 National (as of 12/26/2007) The founding chairman of the Communist Party of the Philippines said Wednesday communist guerillas will hold “cultural activities” to celebrate the 39th anniversary of the movement.
The Associated Press Monday, October 29, 2007 UTRECHT, Netherlands: The door is open for a resumption of peace talks between the Philippine government and communist rebels who have been waging a nearly 40-year insurgency, an exiled former rebel leader said.