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But still, gaya nang sinasabi ko palagi, the PNP is always assuming for the worst threat and that is our preparation para lahat ay nababantayan,” he added.(With regards to criminalities, especially petty crimes like pickpocketing, they are always present so they are part of our monitoring and police visibility efforts. However, if you are asking about threats and terrorism, we have not received any. But still, as I always say, the PNP is always preparing for the worst threat, and that is our preparation so that everything is monitored.)The LTO and MMDA said among the focus of their deployment, aside from assisting motorists are the colorum vehicles who may take advantage of the influx of passengers looking for a ride to their destinations.PCG spokesperson Rear Admiral Armand Balilo said they will also beef up their operations in waters, noting that if there are colorum in land transportation, there are also colorum off waters, especially in tourist spots.“May mga bangka kasi wala naman silang permit to operate pero dahil nga sa dami ng mga turista sinasamantala nung iba ang mga ganyan,” he said.(There are boats operating without permits because of the influx of tourists, and some people take advantage of this situation.)“Delikado po ito kasi aside from wala silang mga kagamitan para sa safety ng mga pasahero, wala din silang insurance para if may mangyari, na sana wala naman, ay covered nila ang kanilang mga pasahero,” he added.(This is dangerous because aside from lacking safety equipment for passengers, they also don't have insurance coverage in case, hopefully not, something happens to their passengers.)Acorda urges the public to be vigilant and to immediately report to the authorities any suspicious activities in their area. 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Once remaining guerrilla fronts have been dismantled, the task force would turn to promoting peace and national unity, Malaya said.The Maoist rebel force was established in 1969 with only about 60 armed fighters in the country’s north but gradually grew amid crunching poverty and unrest among farmers, spreading across the country. However, battlefield setbacks and infighting have weakened the guerrillas, who remain a key threat to Philippine security. (AP)

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Once remaining guerrilla fronts have been dismantled, the task force would turn to promoting peace and national unity, Malaya said.The Maoist rebel force was established in 1969 with only about 60 armed fighters in the country’s north but gradually grew amid crunching poverty and unrest among farmers, spreading across the country. However, battlefield setbacks and infighting have weakened the guerrillas, who remain a key threat to Philippine security. 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But still, as I always say, the PNP is always preparing for the worst threat, and that is our preparation so that everything is monitored.)The LTO and MMDA said among the focus of their deployment, aside from assisting motorists are the colorum vehicles who may take advantage of the influx of passengers looking for a ride to their destinations.PCG spokesperson Rear Admiral Armand Balilo said they will also beef up their operations in waters, noting that if there are colorum in land transportation, there are also colorum off waters, especially in tourist spots.“May mga bangka kasi wala naman silang permit to operate pero dahil nga sa dami ng mga turista sinasamantala nung iba ang mga ganyan,” he said.(There are boats operating without permits because of the influx of tourists, and some people take advantage of this situation.)“Delikado po ito kasi aside from wala silang mga kagamitan para sa safety ng mga pasahero, wala din silang insurance para if may mangyari, na sana wala naman, ay covered nila ang kanilang mga pasahero,” he added.(This is dangerous because aside from lacking safety equipment for passengers, they also don't have insurance coverage in case, hopefully not, something happens to their passengers.)Acorda urges the public to be vigilant and to immediately report to the authorities any suspicious activities in their area. 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The International Criminal Court is investigating the killings as a potential crime against humanity.“These are all positive signals, but they are not sufficient to turn the page decisively on the past,” Khan said at a news conference in Manila.“Tackling the grave and deep-seated human rights problems of the Philippines … will require more fundamental and sustained reforms and also a clear commitment to accountability,” Khan said.She cited UN figures saying that at least 81 past killings of journalists in the Philippines have not been investigated and remain unresolved.With four journalists separately being killed since Marcos took office in 2022, “the trend remains disturbing,” she said.The justice department in Manila was prosecuting suspects in three of the killings and an investigation was underway in the fourth case, she added.“The killing of journalists is the most egregious form of censorship,” Khan said, adding that the Philippines “remains a dangerous country for journalists.”Khan urged Marcos' government to abolish its task force overseeing a campaign to end a decades-old communist insurgency, one of the longest running in the world, and also appealed against the policy of “red-tagging,” a practice by authorities to link activists with armed insurgents.Since 1969, the Communist Party of the Philippines and its armed wing, the New People’s Army, have fought successive Philippine governments.“There is clear evidence that red-tagging and terror-tagging are being practiced by security forces as part of their counterterrorism strategy,” Khan said.Legitimate activists have been targeted, she said, and “the vilification has often been followed by threats, unlawful surveillance, attacks or even unlawful killing.”Jonathan Malaya, assistant director-general of the National Security Council, denied there is a policy of “red-tagging” critics.He insisted that the task force Khan wants disbanded had helped weaken the communist insurgency in recent years, with just 1,500 guerrillas remaining. Once remaining guerrilla fronts have been dismantled, the task force would turn to promoting peace and national unity, Malaya said.The Maoist rebel force was established in 1969 with only about 60 armed fighters in the country’s north but gradually grew amid crunching poverty and unrest among farmers, spreading across the country. However, battlefield setbacks and infighting have weakened the guerrillas, who remain a key threat to Philippine security. 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He said that based on Peza’s running of figures, it could easily be at 43 percent of its P175.7 billion, or roughly P75 billion.Panga said the country achieved a 25 percent increase in investment rate or P175.7 billion in 2023, from a P140.7 billion base figure in 2022.Panga said all Peza’s current indicators are up for exports and employment, manifesting the Philippines’ upward trajectory for 2024, which is something that is expected for the year and onwards because of its excellent gross domestic product (GDP) performance since 2022.“The Philippines happens to have the highest GDP growth rate in ASEAN since ’22 po – for three years in a row now. That makes the Philippines one of the best-performing economies in the region,” he said.Panga also noted the country’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, which accelerated during the second half of the Marcos administration, resulting in a 103 percent increase in investments.Peza, which was created in 1995, is the government agency designating areas all over the Philippines as economic zones.Peza has 422 operating economic zones covering manufacturing, agri-industrial, tourism, Information Technology and Business Process Management (IT-BPM), with all of the operating economic zones becoming home to more than 4,300 export-oriented locator companies.Peza is a big contributor to the economy -- almost 17 percent of the country’s GDP -- the Peza official said, noting more than 50 to 60 percent of the country’s total exports of goods and services come from the locators alone. (TPM/SunStar Philippines)

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