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civilian slain by NPA rebs Communist rebels overwhelmed an Army unit on a "peace and development mission" in Labo, Camarines Norte, on Sunday, killing four soldiers and a civilian, a military official said.






AFP sets trial of 4 officers Four senior Army officers will soon be arraigned by a military tribunal for the botched Oct 18, 2011, operation in AI Barka, Basilan, that left 19 Army Special Forces troops soldiers and 14 others wounded in an encounter with Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) rebels. Army, Kensei, Zambo batters share lead Sustaining their blistering forms, Philippine Army, Kensei from Brunei and Zamboanga City notched their second straight victories yesterday in the men's division the 2012 Cebuana Lhuillier Summer Grandslam National Softball Open. 4 soldiers, civilian killed in clash with NPA rebs Four soldiers and a civilian were killed when Army soldiers encountered more than 20 communist rebels on Sunday in Barangay Maot, Labo, Camarines Norte. 2 rebels killed in Quezon Two women rebels were killed in an encounter with the military in Sitio Oalancan, barangay Sta Catalina in Buenavista town Sunday morning. 4 Sundalo, 1 sibilyan bulagta sa ambush Apat na sundalo at (sang sibilyan ang nasawi at dalawa iba pa ang sugatan makaraan tambangan ng mga NPA sa Labo, Camarines Norte kamakalawa. 2 amasona, dedo sa engkwentro Patay ang dalawang amasonang pakikipag-engkwentro sa tropa ng pamahalaan Lopez, Quezon kamakalawa,

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? AFP, PNP on full alert for Labor Day, ADB meet The AFP will be deploying anti-bomb and anti-riot personnel as part of its "robust and intensified" security preparations for the celebration of Labor Day throughout the country. PNP, AFP brace for Labor Day today The PNP yesterday place their forces in full alert status to secure the public in anticipation that various threat groups might take advantage of the celebration of Labor Day and conduct simultaneous rallies and demonstration against the government On the part of the AFP, PAO Chief Col Arnulfo Marcelo B. Burgos said they will mobilize all available assets for intelligence and Daily Tribune p. 4

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security operations in support of the PNP as part of the robust and intensified preparation not only for Labor Day celebration but for the 45th Annual Meeting of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) SOLeOM scores anew vs reds The military scored anew as two alleged NPA amazons were killed in an encounter with Army troops in Bgy San Andres, Lopez, Quezon on Sunday. 8 dead, 2 hurt in NPA attack Eight persons, including two soldiers, three rebels and one civilian, were killed while two others were wounded in an attack by suspected NPA rebels the other day in l.abo, Camarines Norte .. Military steps up security for ADB meet The military has stepped up security preparations for the annual meeting of the Board of Governors of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) that would be held starting tomorrow in Manila and Pasay City. DND: Ignore Chinese war-mongering The Department of National Defense has opted to ignore the war-mongering comments of a Chinese military general who called for "decisive action" by China against the Philippines In the dispute over the Panatag Shoal (Scarborough Shoal). Scarborough standoff: China, 10 ships; PHL, 5 vessels The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said the standoff lingers in the disputed Bajo de Masinloc as China refused to pullout 10 vessels, three of them surveillance ships while the Philippines awaits Beijing's response to its proposal to settle the Issue before the Hamburgbased International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea (Itlos) Teknik upang hindi maapektuhan ng gyera Ang mundo ay madalas nang hindi matahimik. May mga pagkakataon na nagsasagupa ang military at mga rebel de. Paano nalang kung may banta ng gulo sa pagitan ng Pilipinas at China? ... Tips para mapalakas ang mentalidad sa panahon ng digmaan Walang teknikal na kahulugan kung pagu-usapan ang lakas ng kaisipan, depende ito sa isang tao. Para sa ilang tao, ang lakas ng islpan ang siyang nakasalalay kung paano makaligtas sa pagharap sa mga nagigigyerang lugar. AFP officers face trial The Philippine military said Sunday it would put four special operations officers on trial over a botched mission against Muslim insurgents that left 19 commandos dead and almost scuppered peace talks. Bandila ng China, US sinunog ni Afuang Muli nanamang nakuha ang atensyon ng bansa ng isang retiradong pulis-Maynila, dating Laguna Mayor at ngayo'y kolumnlsta na si Abner Afuang nang sunugin nito ang bandila ng China at Estados Unidos sa harap ng World Center sa Makati City kung saan matatagpuan ang Chinese Consular Office kahapon, People's Tonight p. 14

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4' soldiers, civilian slain 'byNPArebs
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By Juan Escandor Jr.

. NAGA Cl'IY..:....communistrebels overwhelmed an Army unit on a "peace and development mission" . FOUR senior Army officers will in Labo, Camarines Norte, on . soon be arraigned by a military Sunday, killing four soldiers and a . . tribunal for the botched Oct. civilian, a military officialsaid. 18,2011", operationin Al Barka, :'The Army soldiers ran out of Basilan, that left 19 Army Speammunition," Lt. Col, Epimaco cial Forces troops soldiers and Macalisang, commander of the 14 others wounded in an en49th Infantry Battalion based in counter with.Moro Islamic Lib- . the capital town of Daet, told, eration Front (MILF) rebels. the INQillRER yesterday. Armed Forces of the Philip.' Macalisang'said the team of 10 pines Chief of Staff General' soldiers were-staying in the baranJessie Dellosa formally appointgay hall inMaot to help in a youth ed' the members of the sevenbasketball tournament when' SO man general court-martial New 'People's Army.(NPA) rebels (GCM) on April 16, but the rnililaunched the hourlong siege. tary only announced it en April Maj. Angelo Guzman, spokes29. . person' of the 9th Infantry Divi- . . 'With the composition of the sian, identified the fatalities as . GCM approved, the next step is Cpl. Amado A. Perillo, the team the arraignment. of all the ac.leader; Pic. Paulo Orrico, Pfc. cused. before.. the military 'leodoro Ojeda Jr. and .Pic. court," the AFP said in a stateSenecio ·D. Potian Jr., and. one merit. Francisco Ruales, 49. To. be arraigned are Col. Guzman said a soldier, Pfc. Arnikandra Undug, former Lelano Besada, and another .commander of the Army Specivilian, Marlo Matibang, were cial Forces Regiment; Col. wourtded. . Alexander, Macario, former A handheld radio set. one commander of the Special Oplaptop, cine K3 submachinegun, erations Task Force- Basilan; . six M-16 rifles and a.4S cal. pisLt. Col. Leonardo Pefia; fortol were seized by the rebels. mer' commander of the 4th who fled toward Barangay Special Forces Battalion in . Malaya in Labo, he added. charge of the troops deployed In Davao del Sur;NPArebels reto Al Barka, and Lt. CoL Oro. .leased the five civilians they took .: lando Edralin, former comas hostages while. fleeing from mandant of the Special Forces pursuing Anny soldiers in BaranTraining School. DonaZ. gay San Miguel in Magsaysay Pazzibugan town on Friday, authorities said. . Enteng Burial, a village councilman, said' the civilians were used as "human shields" by the :AIRS - Email - Tel no. (02) 892.1693, Local: 5287, 5295 guerrillas after attacking a' militia detachment in nearby Barangay , Bacungan the day before. Orlando Dinoy and Germelina La-

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SUS'IAININGtheir blistering forms, Philippine Army, Kensei from Brunei and Zamboanga City. notched their second straight victories yesterday in the men's division of the 2012 Cebuana Lhuillier Summer Grandslam Na, tional Softball Open. Army crushed Salazar Institute of Technology-Cebu, 7-2, while Kensei blanked Rizal Technological University, 4-0, at Clark 'Field in Pampanga. Zamboanga scored a .confidence-, building 2-1 Win over-Air Force. Playing as. an import for the Bruneiansquad, veteran Blu BoyApol Rosales hit a couple of home runs as Kensei followed up its 5-3 win Over Navy with another solid performance. Zamboanga leaned on the heroics of Erwin Agustin, whose single to left field with outs allowed Napal Cruz to score the winning run in the final inning. "I think we have a good chance of reaching the finals," said Zamboanga coach FelipeSalcedo. University of the East also nailed back-to-hack wins in the Women's Open division by blasting Indonesian squad West Java, 7-1. The Lady Warriors of playing-coach Joy Lasquita ' won their first assignment over RTU, 84 last Sunday. Adamson Alumni finally barged into the win column after a 13-2 drubbing of Papua province of Indonesia, which later bounced back with a 7-3 trouncingofRTU. In the men's club competition, Laguna nipped Bulacan, 6-5, and Marikina shut out Parnpanga, 8-0. In the women's club division, Polytechnic University of the Philippines hacked out a 2-1 win over University of Santo Tomas while Rizal debuted with a 7-3 decision oyer University of the Cordilleras, 7-3.



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"FOUR soldiers and a civilian were killed when Army soldiers encoun- .. tered more thanZu.cornmunlst rebels on Sunday in Barangay Maot, Labo, Camarines Norte. Maj. Angelo Guzman. spokesman for the Army's 9th Infantry Spear Division, said the firefight between the rebels and. soldiers belonging to the .49th Infantry. Battalion happened at around 12:30 p.rn. '. "The nine- man team, led by lLt. Eric Estrevillo, was on. combat operation in the place wh~mit was ambushed. A civilian.tidentified as Francisco Ruales, 49, was instantly killed. Another civilian, Marlo Matibang, was wounded," Guzm_~d . . He said the firefight lasted for 40 minutes and four soldiers were killed . . . The f~talities were Cpl. Amado Perillo, and Pfcs. Paulo Ortlcio, Teodoro Ojeda and Senecio Potian, Pfc. Leland Besada sustained a gunshot ;""ound in the head but was safely evacuated with Matibang at the Camarines Norte' Provincial Hospital in Daet for treatment.

"They are both iri stable condition already; Guzman said. . Guzman said'military authorities in the area received reports from civilians that the rebels carried with them several dead and wounded comrades in their retreat. "Local villagers reported that they. have seen the rebels carry with them three dead comrades as they retreated;' Guzman said, but he added that. milltary authorities were still validating the. information. "The rebels were able to take with them six M-16 rifles, a ks submachine and a caliber .45 pistol from the soldiers:' Guzman added. ' • CoI: Richard Lagrana, commander of the 902nd Infantry Brigade, ordered the deployment. of troops in the area for a sustained pursuit operation against the NewPeople'sArmy(NPA) guerrillas who . staged the ambush. . Maj. Gen. Josue Gaverza Ir., 9th ID commander, while acknowledging the soldiers' bravery, also directed the . creation of a Board of Inquiry to look. into possible lapses. committed in or.der to improve the conduct of similar operations. He also' instructed the human-rights


deskofthe division to coordinatewiththe National Police In filing charges against the perpetrators. . "Despite being. incapacitated due: to serious gunshot wounds, three of our soldiers were shot to death at close range by the rebels;' Gaverza said. Last week 11 soldiers and a female Civilian were killed when the convoy of the commander of the 86th lB, Lt. Col. . Euegene Batara, was ambushed by more ,than 50 NPA rebels in Tlnoc, Ifugao. B~tara survived the ambush as he led his men in a fierce firefight against the rebels who later fled·to different directions. .. . Over the weekend, asoldierwas killed in an encounter with NPA rebels in Compostela Valley and two NPA amazons were killed in an encounter with soldiers in Quezon. Peace talks,betwe~n the government and the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its armed wing, the NPA,havebeenonanimpasseform~re than a year. ' The National Democratic Front. the . negotiating arm of the CPP-NPA, is firm that'it will not return to the negotiating table unless the government releases all "political prisoners;' some. of whom are alleged NDF "peace consultants,"

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LOPEZ, Quezon - Two women rebels were killed in an encounter with the military in Sitio Dalancan, Barangay Sta. Catalina in Buenavista town here Sunday morning. Lt. Col. Eduardo Afio said the encounter occurred when members of 85th Infantry Battalion were sent to the area to check reports of alleged extortion activities by New People's Army rebels.' .One of the slain rebels was identified as a certain Ka Sol or alias Banaag. . The military seized two M16 rifles, two improvised explosive devices and a backpack containing subversive documents.. . - Michelle Zoleta

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, APAT na ~und;no at isang sibilyan ang nasawi at dalawa iba pa ang sugatan makaraan tambangan ng mga New 'People's Army sa Labo, Camarines Norte 'kamakalawa. ', ' , Nakilala aog mga nasawi na sina Cpl. Amado A, Perillo; Pfc Paulo Orticio; Teodoro C. Ojeda; Senecio D. Potian ar sibiliyan na si Francisco Ruales, " ' Samantala ang sugatan ay nakilalang sina Pfc Leland Besada at' sibilyanna si Marlo Matibang, , Ayon kay Lt. Col Epimaco Macalisang, commander ng 49th Infantry Battalion, dakong' 12:,30 ng tanghali nang tambangan ng may 20 rebelde aug mga elemento ng sundalo sa Brgy Maot, Labo, Camarines Norte. _: Nabatid na nagsasagawa community work angsundalo nang paputukan ito ng mga rebelde na ikinasawi ni Ruales.:. ' , Sa kabila nito nagawa Daman makaganti ng putok ng rnga sundalo kung saan tumagal og,,40 minuto ang putukan, , Bago tumakas ang mga rebel de ay tinangay ang mga sundalong nasawi. Patuloy naman ang pagtugis .ng militar laban sa tumakas na mga rebel de. " (Mark ObJeada)


May 2012

AFP, PNPonfullalert for Labor D~ADB meet
where protesters will gather .. "The military will also provide regional security support as a The Armed Forces of the preemptive measure," he said; .' Philippines (AFP) will be deploying The 1llilitary 'deployment carne anti-bomb and anti-riot personnel as despite earlier pronouncements that part of its "robust and intensified" there were no threats monitored to security preparations for the disturb the celebration of Labor celebration of Labor Day throughout . Day, which is. traditionally marked the country, by demonstrations by causeAFP spokesman Col. Arnulfo oriented organizations throughout . Marcelo Burgos Jr. announced that the country, the AFP will be deploying K-9 and Burgos also said the intensified Explosive and Ordnance Disposal securitypreparations.will extend to teams from the Philippine ArmY, the the Upcoming annual Asian Philippine Air~orce) the Philippine Development Bank Meeting Navy' and the AFP General scheduled from May 2 to 5 at the Headquarters arid Headquarters Philippine International Convention' Support Command (GHQ-HSC) in Center in Pasay City. Camp Aguinaldo. AFP Chief of Staff Gen. Jessie Aside from this, military anti-riot Dellosa has ordered the units will be on stand-by for mobilization of all available assets deployment if need arises. and the beefing up of security to "The preemptive and proactive . "ensure that the celebration of the preparations will also include the economic and social achievements dePloyment of four civil disturbance of the working public on Labor Day management companies from the. be peaceful and free from any major services and the GHQ-HSC disturbance." that are on stand-by alert to respond Dellosa said "it is our upon request of the PNP {philippine responsibility, in support of thePNP, National Police)," Burgos said. to ensure that the security of the "The AFP will also provide . 45th Annual ADB meeting is extensive intelligence support to the enforced with high priority. This is PNP Task Group Manila with·covert important in enforcing not only the security monitoring on the ground / credibility of the Philippine security and of all threat groups, " he added." sector, but more so in enabling our Burgos said that as part of the government to focus on building site formation and event stable relations with foreign management, the AFP, in support economic partners for the of the PNP, will focus on highly betterment of the Filipino people.' populated areas including.the Light For its part, the PNP disclosed Rail Transit. and the Metro rail that it will deploy some 5,000 Transit stations, bus terminals and policemen from Metro Manila on shopping malls, as well as on sites Labor Day to maintain the peace

By Mario J. Mallari and Gina Peralta-Elorde


.and order situation in the metropolis as hundreds of protesters are expected to join rallies. PNP spokesman Senior Supt. Generoso Cerbo Jr. revealed that members of the Civil Disturbance Management Will be deployed. PNP chief Director General Nicanor 'Bartolome called on the deployed policemen to. maintain maximum tolerance to prevent violence during the protest rallies that will be participated by workers, militant groups' and, labor organizations. . . PNP units in Luzon, Mindanao and Visayas have' been placed on heightened alert status at 5 p.m., Monday. . Cerbo also said the. PNP's national support units have likewise been placed on heightened alert since yesterday afternoon. As early as yesterday afternoon, policemen were deployed in the Mendiola Bridge to secure the Palace, Various militant groups have marched to Mendiola and vandalized the Peace Arch last week. Bartolome ordered police in Luzon and Visayas to hold dialogs with organizers of protest actions. The PNP claimed that intelligence· units have not gathered reports about the possible threats from terrorist groups . . MiIitantgroups over the weekend prepared for Labor Day protests with kites, effigies and plans for marches. In line with the planned labor activities in the National Capital Region, the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is,

lifting number coding this Labor . Day. ' The MMDA said the scheme is automatically lifted on regular holidays . Under the number-coding scheme, vehicles are barred from major thoroughfares of Metro Manila from 7 a.m, to 7 p.m., depending on the last digit of their license plates. The scheme aims to decongest . Metro Manila's major thoroughfares . especially at peak traffic hours. Meanwhile, Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim yesterday held a coordinating conference in City Hall . to ensure tfiat the Labor; Day activities in Manila would be peaceful and orderly. Attended by heads of concerned city' government units, labor i organizations and the Manila Police District headed by Gen. Alex Gutierrez, the conference aimed . to find ways to make sure that the day would not be marred by violence or chaos. . "Labor Day recognizes our' workers. We must ensure a peaceful celebration, so we asked the labor groups to set the exact time when they would assemble, march and hold their programs" Lim.sald, The mayor said militant groups that were able to obtain the required permits for their . assembly and actions will be allowed on the city streets. Lim said policemen will not be required to carry guns. , . With Jason Faustino and Pat C. Santos


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PNp,AFPbrClce for LclborDaytoda.y
Cruz said PNP chief .Director General Nicanor Bartolome reminded all unit commanders to secure THE Philippine Naall- PNP camps and offices, tional Police (PNP) yesvital installations, economterday place their forcic key points and places of es in full alert status to secure the public in . convergence of people. They were also given anticipation that vari. discretion to upgrade their ous threat groups might take advantage I alert levelbasad on the, prevailing peace and order of the celebration of situation in their places. . Labor Day and conOn the part of the duct. simultaneous ral· lies and demonstration I Armed Forces of the Philippines(AFP), Public M-


against the govern-·· 'ment, . PNP spokesman Chief
Supt. Agrimero Cruz Jr. said effective 8 a.m. yesterday, the alert status of Police Regional Offices 3, 4A, 4B, 5, 9, 10, 11, .12, 1.3, Autonomous Region In Muslim Mindanao (~ National Capital Ragion Police Office. (NCRPO) and Special Action Force (SAF) were placed under full alert status while other units 'remain at heightened alert.

posal Teams from .t~e Philippine Army, .~hiI.lppine Air Force, Philippine Navy and the General Headquarters: and Headquarters· Support Command (GHQ-HSC) to augment the PNP-NCRPO. : Meanwhile, two staunch Critics of. President Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino ill yesterday lauded his announcement that the 1.1 million state workers may get an · increase in their monthly pay in today's celebrati?U of .Labor Day. . . . Bayan Muna party-list Rep. Teodoro "Teddy" Casino and House Deputy Minority Leader and Zambales Rep. Ma, Milagros "Mitos" Magsaysay, both critics of President Aquino, said the long-delayed ·pay hike for government workers is a very welcome · development. . Casifio also asked President Aquino to push for the lowering of prices of basic commodities.

"Dapat pigilan din ni (Pangulong) Noynoy ang pagtaas .ng mga p~gun~ing serbisyo at bilihin dahil . . ito ang direktang nakakaapekto sa mga mamamayan," said Casino, Magsaysay was glad that President Aquino will move for the early release of salary increases for government workers as part of the Salary Btandlg"dization Law.

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With a report from. Ponce Pacpaco

fairs Office (PAO) chief Col. Arnulfo Marcelo B, Burg?s . said t~ey will mobilize all available assets for intelligence and security operation in support of the PNP. as p~of the robust and mtensified preparation not only for the Labor Day celebration· but for the 45th .Annual Meeting of the Asian De. velopment Bank (ADB). Burgos said the AFP will deploy K9 and Explosive and Ordnance DIS-

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CAMp· Nakar, Lucena . City -- The military scored anew as two alleged New People's Army amazons were killed in an encounter with Army troops in Bgy. San Andres, Lopez,' .Quezen, on Sunday. . In his report to Southern Luzon Command (SOL-' COM) chief LI. Gen. Roland . Detabali, Col. Eduardo Afio, commander of the Army's 201st Infaritry Brigade, iden-_
. tifted on~: of slain- rebels ! as Ka SolIBanaag. He said . they are still in the process of identifying the female rebel. Afio said combined elements of Bravo Co. of Ar· my's 85th Infantry Brigade and 46th CAA Co. were on combat operation when they · encountered some 10 communist rebels at around 8 a.rn. He said ail. ensuing gunbattie left. the two amazons dead while their comrades with· drew. During the clearing operation; troops recovered an M- 16 . Arrnalite rifle and a Baby Armalite rifle, a backpack containing home-made explosives and numerous ammunition. . Only last April 20, four alleged NPA rebels, including the alleged leader of the NPA's Amlay 1 platoon and an amazon, were killed in a clash with patrolling troops of 85th ill under Lt. Col. 5 Oliver Maquiling, in Bgy. Pefiafrancia, Lopez, . Two of the four rebels died ' on the spot while two others were declared dead on arrival . at the hospital.


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EIGHT persons, including four soldiers, when they were attacked by the rebels. Solthr-ee rebels and one civilian, were diers returned fire killing me three rebels. killed while two others were wounded . Guzman said villagers reported that they in an attack. by suspected New People'S saw the rebels carry with them three Army (NPA) rebels the other day in dead comrades as they fled .. Labo, Camartnes Norte. . The rebels were able to take with them six Maj. Angelo S. Guzman, chief of Public M-16 rifles, a K3 sub-machineguu and a Affairs Office (PAU) of the Army's 9th caliber .45 pistol from the soldiers. Infantry Division, identified the fatalities as . Col. Richard Q. Lagrana, commander of Cpl. Amado A. Perillo, Pfcs. Paulo Orticio, . the 902nd Infantry Brigade, directed the Teodoro C. Ojeda, Senecio D. Potian and 49th IB to conduct .sustainedpursuit operaFrancisco Ruales.· tion to track down the perpetrators. He has . Taken to the Camarines Norte Provinalso directed the deployment of additional cial Hospital were Pfc. Leland L. Besad and troops to hunt down the rebels. a certain Marlo Matibang. . Maj. General Josue S. Gaverza Jr., comReports reaching Camp Aguinaldo revealed mander of the 9th ID, said the 9th ID, in that the incident occurred at around ·12:30 coordination with the PNP, will be filing p.m, in Bgy. Maot, Labo, appropriate charges of violation of human A 9-rnan PDTG team and ILt. Eric Estrerights against the perpetrators. villo were on community work in the area .Zaida delos Reyes.Palanca





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Military steps up security for ADB meet
TIiemilitary has stepped up By ALEXIS ROMERO' today... security preparations for the on stand-by alert to respond that workers even in other Manila City Engineering Diannual meeting of the Board upon request of the PNP. The countries normally take to vision chief Armando Aridres of Governors of the Asian De- AFP will also provide exten- the streets to dramatize their said that the repairs on the velopment Bank (ADB) that sive intelligence support to demands. Manila Bay seawall had been would be held starting tomor- the PNP Task Group Manila "It's normal for workers to completed and would be ready row in Manila and Pasay City. with covert security monitor- . voice out their grievances and for the ADB meeting . . Armed Forces of the Philip- ing on ground ami of all threat they have the right to express Foreign delegates attending pines (AFP) spokesman Col.· ' groups," Burgos said, their demands as long as they the meeting of the Board of Arnulfo Burgos Jr. said the The military's focus would do it peacefully," Baldoz ex- Governors of ADB would be security preparations for Labor be on populated areas like plained. able to enjoy the beauty 'of the Day would spill over to the train stations, bus terminals, . Baldozsaid participants Manila Bay sunset now that ADB meeting from May 2 to 5. 'malls and places where mass in the· AbB conference are the government has completed The ADB conference would demonstrations are usually unlikely to be affected by the . the repairs and rehabilitation be held at the Philippine Inter- held. . Labor Day protest action. of the seawall that was damnationalConvention Center Expected to attend this Nagkakaisa, a coalition of aged by typhoon "Pedring" (PICC) in Manila and SMX year's ADB conference are over 40 labor groups, said last year. Convention Center in Pasay financial and economic min- 20,000 of their members are set Andres said their men have City. isters, seniorgovernment of- to march to Mendiola Bridge been working on the landscap"The AFP has arranged for a ficials, representatives from near Malacafiang. ing and lighting at the Manila robust and intensified prepara- the multilateral development "We are hoping that Presi- Bay seawall so it. would be tion that will mobilize all avail- bank community; and invest- dent Aquino will announce completed today, a day ahead able assets for intelligence and ment bankers. something significant, some- of the ADB meeting. . • security operations in support . Burgos said AFP chief Gen. thing hopeful which will uplift Some of the delegates ar~f to the Philippine National Po- Jessie Dellosa had ordered the .the morale of the workers who expected to stay at the Manila lice (PNP)," Burgos said. mobilization of all available are sinking into abject pov- Hotel, .Diamond Hotel, and Burgos said the military . assets to ensure that the Labor erty due to increasing prices of Sofitel Hotel, and would pass would deploy K-9 bomb-sniff- Day celebration and the ADB commodities and skyrocketing by Roxas Boulevard when they ing dogs and explosive ord- meeting would be peaceful. . cost of services," Trade Union ~ go to the PICe. . nance disposal teams from the Labor Secretary Rosalinda . Congress of the Philippines "Maybe we would be able Army, Air Force, and Navy to Baldoz yesterday expressed .(TUCP) president Democrito to finish with the landscapsupport the preparations of the confidence that the massive . Mendoza said. . ing tomorrow (Tuesday). Wll PNP National Capital Region Labor Day protest today would r Another convenor of the should finish the restoratio Pdlice Office. . .. not discourage foreign del- coalition, Partido Manggaga- since there would be an AD Four hundred members of egates from attending the 45th : wa's Rene Magtubo, said they conference and there would the civil disturbance manage- annual meeting of the Board-of would submit to President foreigners so we should sho ment (COM) companies would Governors of the ADB. .Aquino issues and concerns our good side," Andres said. also be deployed. Baldoz said that Labor Day that address the worsening With MayenJaymalin, Evely "(The CDM companies) are)s being observed globally and labor problems in the country Macairan ,;,



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DND: Ignore Chinese

Paizibugan and Jerry E. Esplanada

By Dona Z.

THE DEPARTMENT of National Defense' (DND) has opted to ignore the war-mongering comments of a Chinesemilitary general who called for "decisive action" by China against the Philippines in the dispute over the Panatag Shoal (Scarborough Shoal).
Without addressing Maj. Gen. Luo Yuan of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) of China, DND spokesperson Peter Galvez said people should be "more circumspect" in their comments on the issue,' stressing that the Philippines wanted a peaceful resolution to the dispute. ' "We cannot make an official statement based on opinions, especially commentaries," Galvez told reporters on Monday. "It would really be hard to comment. That is his opinion. We respect his (opinion) but as for the department, it would not be proper for us to make statements," he added. In a commentary posted on Friday on, Luo

said China should come up with "decisive action" against the Philippines to assert China's claim over Panatag ShoaL Galvez said the general's Appropriate party commentsdfd not necessarily The DFAstrongly believes Itlos reflect that of the PLA. is the "appropriate third party ad"Let's not forget about all the judication body under intemaother people ... there are more tionalIaw, specificallythe Uncles peace-loving people," he said. (United Nations COnvention on "We have be more circum- ; the Law of the Sea), with respect spect. There are a lot of people to the rights and obligations of the definitely who understand the two countries in the Philippines' value of discussion, of open exclusive economic zone." communication in resolving isBut this was rejected by Chisues," Galvez said.·' na. "We can all have our opinions On Sunday, the Chinese forbut we in the department main- eign ministry said that Beijing tain (our) peaceful initiatives. had turned down Manila's call No one wants anything other for an international mediation than resolving this issue peace- to resolve the maritime dispute. fully," he said. Deng Zhonghua, head of the The Philippines has formally ministry's boundary and ocean

asked China to bring their dispute to the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea (Itlos), which is based in Hamburg, Germany. In a statement, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said "this approach, would re-' solve on a long-term oasis any differences of position on the issue and ensure a peaceful, stable and lasting bilateral relationship between the Philippines and China."




affairs office, relayed to the Philippine embassy in Beijing its official position on the issue. . In a statement posted on its website, the ministry said China "demands that the Philippines respects the sovereignty of Chinese territory and does nothing more to aggravate or complicate the situation further." It asserted that "Scarborough Shoal is an integrative part ofChinese tenitory," 'adding that the Philippine government's proposal to bring the issue to Itlos "contravenes the fundamental principles of international relations and also inflicts serious damage on the current international order." China claims the entire South China Sea as part of its territory, even waters close to the Philippines, Vietnam and other Southeast Asian countries. Zhang Hua, the Chinese embassy spokesperson, had earlier told the INQUIRER Beijing's that decision not to bring the conflict to Itlos was final. Zhang insisted that the shoal; which China calls Huangyan Island, "is China's inherent terri-

tory on which we have sufficient legal basis." The Philippines, on the other hand, refers to the Scarborough Shoal as Bajo de Masinloc and Panatag Shoal, and insists it belongs to the country; In a text message, Zhang said Manila should "fully respect China's sovereignty." . .

Don't complicate things

He said the Philippine governrnent must "commit to the con.sensus we reached on settling the incident through friendly diplomatic consultations, and not to complicate or aggravate this incident so that peace and stability in that area can be reached." Raul Hernandez, the DFA spokesperson, had told reporters that "hopefully, the impasse would be' resolved as quickly as possible with discussions with the Chinese side." .If the Chinese side insisted on not going to Itlos, he said they were "prepared to do it alone.". Last week, talks between the two sides ended in a stalemate, 'according to the DFA.

On Wednesday, DFA Assistant Secretary for Asia and Pacific Affairs Ma. Theresa Lazaro handed over a note verbale to Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Ma Keqing during a meeting at DFAheadquarters in Pasay City. The DFA"noted with concern the Chinese statement that they have become more assertive because the Philippines allegedly broke an agreement on the pullout of the (Philippine and Chinese) ships and fishing boats (from the shoal)." ' It pointed out "there has never been an agreement reached." "The DFAis of the view that it was unfortunate that the Chinese response was based on inaccurate appreciation of the facts and dynamics of the negotiations," it said .: The DFA informed the Chinese embassy that in order to address the impasse and to avoid future misunderstandings, the dialogue between the two governments must be based on complete trust and the confi-' dence that information must 'be an accurate rendition of facts.




'The; Scarborough Shoal dispute is expected to dominate' the discussions as the Philippinesseeks to widen military cooperation with the US to strengthen its diplomatic posture in the Scarborough Shoal, as well as' disputed islands on the South China Sea that are being claimed by China. ' '

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Reporter' ..THE Department of Foreign Affairs :(DFA) said the standoff lingers in the disputed Baio de Masinloc as Chin~ re- , fused to pull outlO vessels, three of them surveillance ships while the Philippines awaits Beijing's response to its proposal to .settle the issue before the Hamburgbased International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea (Itlos). ' DFA Spokesman Raul Hernandez ~ Monday said the three Chinese surveillance ships, and seven fishing vessels in the area "have not left our territory where we have sovereignty and sovereign right in the waters of Bajo de Masinloc." He said the Philippines's BRP Edsa, a ship of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) and three fishing vessels, remain on a standby in ,the area. . , "The situation there is a bit calm but there is still a standoff because the Chi- . nese ships are still there and they have not.left the area, they have not left our territory where we have sovereignty and sovereign tight ill the waters of Baja de ' Masinloc," said Hernandez in a press briefing. . He said the standoff remains as Porelgn Secretary Albert del Rosario and " Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin meet , with their counterparts, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton al~d US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta', at the two plus two meeting in Washington, D.C.



, ~We filed a formal invitation for China to j0f,n' Us at Itlos, We will be waiting for their formal reply for that invitation also, So far we have not received any replyto our fo~mal invita·' tion" said Hertiandez. The Philippines, Hernandez said, has ongoing discussion with us officials on Manila's wish to build a "minimum credible defense posture:' He said such inter. est "would mean the acquisition of new ' , equipment, hardware, training and others related to that in order to be enable for us to maximize our treaty relations with the US and also to strengthen our security and defense posture:' ' But amid efforts to strengthen military capability, the Philippines is still looking for a diplomatic solution to the issue. "Both of our governments [Philip. pines and China] are committed to this diplomatic track and we are very' confident that we' will this issue;' said a diplomatic solution to be able to find '.:::':::.[::: Hernandez. -Hesaid the recentbullying incident that happened over the weekend, in Baja de Masinloc that was reported by 1 the Coast Guard commandant, Adm. " .Edrnund Tan, was something "that endangeredour ships and' a violation of 1


the international regulations:' "It's a very serious matter;' he said.




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THE Philippine military said Sunday it.would put fourseniorspeclal forces officers on mal overa botched mission against Muslim insurgents that lefU9 commandos dead and almost scuppered peace talks. Military prosecutors. found sufficient evidence to warrant the court martial proceedings against a colonel and three lieutenant colonels, the armed forces said in a statement. . "The next step is the arraignment of the accused military personnelin the said case," the military said in a statement, without giving a date. . The four officers are accused of organising a flawed special forces mission to arrest a top Muslim militant in the southern island of Mindanao in October last year. . Investigations by army prosecutors found that half the 41 commandos involved in the operation were unprepared and had been in the area for an unrelated training programme. The soldiers entered thick jungle terrain controlled by the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILFj, triggering heavy fighting that killed l~ soldiers .and several rebels. .' . The attack triggered bloody dashes that displaced 20,000 families in the south and led to the near-collapse . of peac-etalks between the government and the MlLF, which has been waging a rebellion since the 1970s.AFP


MULl na naming nakuha ang atensyon ng bansa n9 Isang retiradong pulls-Maynila, dating Laguna Mayor at ngayo'y kolumnlsta na 81 Abner Afuang nang sunugin nlto ang bandlla ng China at Estados Unldos sa harap ng The World Makati City kung aaan matatagpuBn ang Chinese Con~ular Offlce:kthapo~_ . . Ayon sa Kolumnista, sinunog mya 80g bandla ng· 9hl~a dahil sa pagnanallaw n9 pag-aan ng Pilipinas at angb80dlia ng Estados Unidos dahl! sa kawalan og respeto sa mga Filipino makaraang tutulan ang' mga '!lamamaha~ag na mag. cover ng Philippine-US Balikatan mUitary exerCises. I . Ginawa lto ni Aiuang sa gitna ng tensyong namamagitan sa Pillpinas at China dahl! sa pag-aagaw~~ s_a Scarboroug~ Shoal 0 Panatag Shoal na nasa West Phdlpptn~ Sea.... . . Naniniwala ang' dating alkalde na pag-aan ng .Plilplnas. ang Panatag Shoal at hindi sa China. JAY REYES

Bandlla ng China, US slnunog oI.Afuang

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lei no. (02}'S92-1693,"Local: 5287.5295 ..


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Wilt it be when we are to- The war is inevitable·-and tally disarmed,.and when a let it comell repeat it, sir,let Chinese guard shall be sta- it come. tioned in avery house natin, Gentlemen may cry, until China shall have bound Peace, Peace-- but there is us hand and foot? no peace. The war Is actukinahinatnan?Walal Bokya! , Mga ginoo at ginang ng ally begun!The next galethat. Ang rnga barko ng Tslna gobyerno ng Pilipinas, hindi . SWeeps from the north will ay nasa pampang natingyan tayo rnahina. Sir, we are not bring to our ears the clash upangsakupinang atingmga weak if we make a proper of resounding arms! .pulo. MaklpagnegOsasyon use of those means which Is life so dear, or peace daw tayo sa Tsina at let us the God of naturehathplaced so sweet, as to be purexhaust all peaceful means in our power. chased at the price of peroginawa na natin ang la~. Besides, sir, we shall not chains and slavery? Forbid hal na yan at ngayon ay pa- fight our battles alone. There it, Almighty God! I know not rating na ang unos ngTsina. is a just God who presides. what course others may Sinasabrng ating gobyer- . over the destinies of nations, take; but as for me, give me no na tayo ay mahina pa at and who will raise up friends liberty or give me death! hindi natin kaya ang Tsina. to fighf our battles for us. Sa digmaan ng Britainat Perokailangaotayomagiging Thebatlle, sir,Is not to the America, nanalo ang noon malakas?Next week ba 0 sa strong alone; it is to the.vigi- ay isang mahinangI3ansang isangtaon? . lant, the active, the brave.. Amerii<a '

WITH apologiesto Patrick Henry, ang may-akna ng talumpating .it"o noong March 23, 1775na plnamagatangGive Me Liberty Or GI.veMe Death! Huwag nating lokohin ang ating sarili. Ang mga barko ngTsinaay nasa karagatan na natin upang tayo ay sakupln. . . Ang sinabi nila ay makipag-usap tayo sa Tsina, pero sampung taon natayong naklklpaq-usap sa ban$a'ng iyan at ano ~rig

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TO ang ISKUP at TRIBYAsa away· ng PiIipinas at china sa Scarborough Shoal.' . ." . Maniniwala. ba kayo na malapit nang maresolba an~ ginan ng PiIipinas at China sa naturanq LUBoo na lsla?: . / Sa ayaw 0 sa gusto n~ da]awan~ bansa, ma~sisilayas ang kanilang mga barko sa: naturang bisinidad, ..' Kasi tumuntong na ang buwan ng Mayo. , Hindi dapat paniwalaan an~ PAGASAWeatherStations na buong Mayo tatagal ang sobrang init ng klima. . ... Ttadisyunal na bumubuhos ang ulan sa buwan ng Mayo. lsa sa plnahamasungit na alon ay matatagpuan sa naturanq teritoryo kung saan Iumuboq ang isang barko sa naturang (ugar at mula noon. binansagan itong Scarborough Shoal. .. .. . Iyan ay batay sa kasaysayan, batay Sa teknikaI at batay sa Iohika! Mahalagang maunawaan ito ng taga-MalaCailang·upang hindi magpadaskuf-daskol sa pagbibigay ng maseselang reaksiyoIi. '. Malinaw din na hindi. pa man isinusumite sa UN Court ahg reklamo ng . MaynJla, maaarlng m~gkusa ang Chinese vessels na lumayas sa Shoal hindi dahiI natazot onatameme sa,LEGALACfION, baglms ay sa simpleng Iohika na umiwas sa malalasas na unos at bagyo sa \litna ng llaragatan. Sakaling Iumayas ang Chinese vessels sa naturang )ugar. tulad din ng dati. paulit-ulit na marnbubuwisit(rnas angkop nakataga imbes na mambubully) ang China sa PiIipinas sa rnga susunod pang TAG-ARAw' . Hindi rin dapat umasa ang Pilipinas sa INTERNATIONAL LAw'.kasi ang agawan sa teritoryo ayHINDI KAILANMAN nareresolba ng UN Court. bagkus, ito a.y PINAGBUBUWISANng buhay. . . ~ soberaniya at teritoryo ng bawat NASYON BANSA ay pinupuhlUWlan 0 ng BUHAYhindi ng teknil«lIidad. Ngayon pa Iamang ay dapat palakasin ang PUWERSA ng Philippine Navy. Dapat silang umimbento ng ruga GUN...-----___", BOATna kasinIiit ng KUMPIT ng mga Muslim. '. . . . .: ~~----~...,..0F'f;I'GE Of; r Kapag ang MUMUNTINGBANGKAay may MACHINEGUNat BAZOOKA t69:3, local: S2W, 5295 .l-o-~~ _ _._,,___ 0 GRENADE LAUNCHER,matatakot aog China na maglamyerda sa Scar- ..... ' ---~~~-.....; borough Shoal. .. Dapat paghandaan ng APP angsusunod na titg-araw, magpalaot sila ng 1,000 KUMPIT na may bazooka sa naturang teritoryo. Masusukatnatin dvan aug TAPANG ng ruga Tsino at tapang ng ~ taga. Zambales.· .