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Palace allays fears  of Martial Law abuses

Palace allays fears of Martial Law abuses

Malacañang yesterday welcomed the statement of the Commission on Human Rights that there has been no incident of human rights abuses reported since President Duterte placed Mindanao under Martial Law last month.

A member of the Abu Sayyaf Group was killed a few hours after he attempted to escape from authorities who were supposed to send him to the Bohol Provincial Jail.

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SEN. Paolo “Bam” Aquino has called for a Senate inquiry into the discovery of a “secret cell” inside the Raxabago police station in Tondo, Manila. A team of the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) had made an unannounced visit to the police station last Thursday night and found 12 people sitting on the floor in a small space behind the wooden cabinet.

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An official of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines said those who authorized the reported stripping of inmates in a jail facility in Cebu should be held accountable.

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The House Committee on Justice, not House Speaker Pantaleon D. Alvarez, has the final say on whether or not the alleged sex video of Sen. Leila M. de Lima will be accepted as evidence and played in next week’s resumption of hearings on the alleged drug trafficking operations run by convicts at the New Bilibid Prison in Muntinlupa City.

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Tinutulan kahapon ng Malacañang ang mungkahing buwagin ang Commission on Human Rights pagkatapos itong batikusin dahil umano sa pagpanig nito sa mga suspect kaysa sa mga biktima ng isang colorum van robbery-rape incident kamakailan sa Quezon City.

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