Mindanao Workers’ `ManiLakbayan’ and Camp-out challenges President Duterte, “Deliver what you have Promised, End Contractualization”

Wala na kaming masasandigan, hindi kami pinapakinggan ng kumpanya, at simula ng magdeklara ng Martial Law, hindi na kami makapagsaka sa bundok dahil maraming militar, kaya hirap na hirap talaga kami.” (There is no one we can depend on except ourselves, the company does not listen, since Martial Law was declared, we can no longer farm in the mountains because the military roams, it’s really difficult), says Enrico P. Surigao, 53, a father of seven children, in his dialect translated into Filipino.   Read more
 
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