Ang taong 2011 ay taon ng krisis, pagkamulat, at papatinding paglaban. Sa buong mundo, dumadami ang mamamayang lumalaban para sa kanilang krisis: mula sa mga taga-Tunisia at Egypt na nagpatalsik ng mga diktador, estudyanteng naka-welga sa Chile, nagpo-protestang manggagawa sa Greece, kabataan sa England, ‘Occupy Wall Street’ sa U.S, at mga gerilya sa India at […]

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The national youth group Anakbayan has vowed to block the 2013 Senate bid of what it deemed one of the most ‘anti-people’ secretaries in the Aquino cabinet, Budget Secretary Butch Abad.

In a TV interview yesterday, President Benigno ‘Noynoy’ Aquino III was asked about possible administration senatoriables for 2013. The president replied that none of […]

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“A bigger budget for public hospitals and the entire health sector”

This was the response of the Vencer Crisostomo, chairperson of the national youth group Anakbayan, to a statement by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) that there will be more unemployed nurses next year.

The PRC has recently announced that there are currently 230,000 jobless […]

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The national youth group Anakbayan condemns the Aquino administration for its direct hand in the massive floods in Northern Mindanao which has taken the lives of close to a thousand Filipinos. It further condemns yesterday’s speech of President Benigno ‘Noynoy’ Aquino III at Cagayan de Oro city as a disgusting attempt to cool down growing […]

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The national youth group Anakbayan calls on the Dept. of Justice and other relevant government institutions to immediately file charges and arrest the notorious human rights violator, retired general Jovito Palparan. His attempted flight aboard a 7.30 AM Singapore-bound plane is similar to another escape attempt from justice, that of his patron former president Gloria […]

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The national youth group Anakbayan today expressed its ‘utter disgust’ at what it called ‘insensitivity’ by President Benigno Aquino III towards the victims of the Northern Mindanao floods, as well as the administration’s ‘direct hand’ in the lethal deluge.

In several posts by actress Valerie Concepcion in the mini-blogging site Twitter, she accidentally revealed that […]

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The national youth group Anakbayan expresses its full support behind the ‘Zero Remittance Day’ of Migrante International and millions of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) over the Aquino administration’s continued indifference towards the plight of Filipino migrants and its deliberate push to ‘export’ more Filipinos.

The Filipino youth is all too familiar with the […]

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The national youth group Anakbayan hailed the Dept. of Justice (DOJ) today for approving cases of ‘kidnapping’ and ‘serious illegal detention’ vs. retired general Jovito Palparan, and three other soldiers, over the abduction of University of the Philippines students Sherlyn Cadapan and Karen Empeno.

The two were abducted on June 26, 2006 at the height […]

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The national youth group Anakbayan hails the awarding of Time Magazine’s 2011 Person of the Year Award to ‘the common Protester’ as recognition of the need for peoples’ protests and movements to achieve social justice. It will serve as an inspiration to millions of Filipino youths and peoples, and a spark for […]

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The national youth group Anakbayan ‘mourned’ the passing into law today of the 2012 national budget, saying that despite administration claims, next year’s budget remain skewed against common Filipinos, and in favor of

“While Aquino boasts of P568.8 billion for all social services combined, he conveniently forgot to mention that debt servicing alone will receive […]

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Youth group Anakbayan today said that the high court’s decision on Hacienda Luisita may be the reason behind the Aquino government’s impeachment case against Chief Justice Corona.

“While we want Arroyo to be brought to justice and be accountable for her crimes, we should also be wary about the motivations of the Aquino government,” said […]

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“Occupy Mendiola” starts tomorrow
Youth groups to hold campout protest against budget cuts, rising prices, poverty

More than a hundred youth groups nationwide are calling for days of “campout protests” starting tomorrow to tackle a broad range of issues including budget cuts, rising prices, corruption, poverty, and the “lack of genuine change in the […]

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