CTUHR Statement On Spate of Extrajudicial Killings and Threat of Crackdown An all-out defacto Martial Law

Twenty workers, trade union organizers and labour rights defenders had been extra-judicially killed since President Duterte came to power and wage its bloody and brutal wars on drugs, on terrorism and insurgency. To date, more than a hundred peasants, indigenous peoples, youth and human rights defenders had already been by these costly wars. The latest, the killings of human rights workers, Elisa Badayos of KARAPATAN Central Visayas and Eleoterio Moises, in Negros Oriental on November 28, who were killed while looking into human rights violations in the area as a result of military offensive. This does include the estimated 13,000 victims of war on drugs... Read more
 
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