Joma nagparamdam ng peace talks kay PBBM

Joma nagparamdam ng peace talks kay PBBM

July 1, 2022 @ 9:55 AM 1 month ago


MANILA, Philippines – Bukas ang Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) na magdaos ng usapang pangkapayapaan sa administrasyon ni Pangulong Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.

“NDFP (National Democratic Front of the Philippines) is always open to peace negotiations with the GRP (Government of the Republic of the Philippines) whoever is president. It was (former Pres. Rodrigo) Duterte who terminated the peace negotiations in 2017. But if the incoming Marcos administration is willing to talk, why not?” ayon kay CPP founding chairman Jose Ma. Sison sa isinagawang paglulunsad ng kanyang libro, araw ng Martes.

Gayunman, sinabi ni Sison, ang usapang pangkapayapaan ay hindi magpapatuloy hangga’t ipinatutupad ng pamahalaan ang “all-out war” policy laban sa grupong komunista.

“Right now, there are no indications that Marcos would like peace talks. Resuming peace negotiations is quite easy by simply reaffirming the agreements that were previously agreed upon and signed by the two parties in the negotiations,” dagdag na pahayag ni Sison.

Inalala pa ni Sison na noong rehimeng Marcos, ama ni Pangulong Marcos Jr., namuno sa bansa ng 21 taon mula 1965 hanggang 1986, nang magsimulang lumaki ang communist movement at nagpatuloy na lumawak ng sumunod na administrasyon.

“Each of the post-Marcos regimes from Aquino to Duterte had the uniform objective of using the peace negotiations only for a few months and not for more than a year, as a means of lip service to the cause of peace, carrying out military surveillance, preserving the exploitative and oppressive ruling system and trying to maneuver the NDFP into a position of capitulation,” giit ni Sison.

Nauna nang sinabi ni National Security Adviser Clarita Carlos na inaasahan na niya na hindi maisusulong ang peace talks sa communist rebels sa ilalim ng bagong Marcos administration.

Hindi na makikipag-usap ang pamahalaan sa komunistang grupong National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP).

Ayon kay Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte, hindi na niya itutulak ang muling pakikipag-usap sa mga rebelde dahil sa “lack of accountability” mula sa mga ito (rebelde) para sa krimen na kanilang ginawa. Kris Jose