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Pagbasura sa petisyon na ideklarang terorista ang CPP-NPA, hindi pa pinal — Press Sec.

Pagbasura sa petisyon na ideklarang terorista ang CPP-NPA, hindi pa pinal — Press Sec.

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Pagbasura sa petisyon na ideklarang terorista ang CPP-NPA, hindi pa pinal — Press Sec.

Binasura ng isang korte sa Maynila ang hiling ng gobyerno na ideklarang terrorist groups ang Communist Party of the Philippines at New People’s Army.

Tugon naman ni Press Secretary Trixie Cruz-Angeles patungkol dito, ang ruling ng Manila court ay malinaw na hindi pa pinal.

“Actually, since the decision is not yet final and this is an RTC decision,” ani Press. Secretary Trixie Cruz-Angeles.

Aniya, marami pang available remedies ang gobyerno, ngunit kailangan din nilang tingnan Muna ang mga detalye patungkol dito.

“Who filed the case? Under what law? Because I understand this might have been filed under the Human Security Act rather than the Terrorism Act. So, these details are still not available to us so it would be improper to comment right now. So, let’s see. RTC kasi ito. Under the Terrorism Act, it would have been filed with the Court of Appeals,” dagdag pa nito.

Sang ayon naman si Cruz Angeles na hindi pa tapos ang laban ng gobyerno sa naturang kaso.

“Yes, malayo pa ‘to, malayo pa. And you know we don’t even know what parameters are here. By then, we’ll understand what remedies will be available if remedies are even necessary. Like I said, it might have been filed under the Human Security Act in which case the remedy really is to use the Anti-Terrorism Law,” saad pa ng press secretary.

Samantala, inihayag ni Senador Ronald ‘Bato’ Dela Rosa na hindi pa tapos ang laban.

Saad ni Dela Rosa, pwede pa aniyang ikonsidera na iakyat ang nasabing kaso sa higher court o kaya maghain ng Motion for Reconsideration.

Iginiit din ng Senador na hindi maaapektuhan ng ibinabang desisyon ng Manila RTC ang mga anti-insurgency efforts ng gobyerno.

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