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FOCUS June Volume 48 Extrajudicial, Summary or Arbitrary Executions In the Philippines, Maria Socorro Diokno The arbitrary deprivation of life is reprehensible and unjustifiable; killings perpetrated in the guise of "maintaining peace and order in society," or "combating terrorism," or "protecting the stability of the nation," are unacceptable excuses for the killings of suspected criminal offenders, journalists and opponents of the administration of Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, now taking go here throughout numbers 3 summary Philippines.
This report contains information relevant to understanding the phenomenon of extrajudicial, summary and arbitrary executions in the Philippines Killings numbers 3 summary political opponents The number of political opponents summarily executed remains in dispute. Section 8, Article III, in relation to Section 23, Article II, Constitution 6.
See SectionArticle VI, Local Government Code.Philippine government bodies tasked to investigate political killings admit there are about or so victims killed between and The human rights community, on the other hand, claims there are between  to  victims for the same period The disparity between figures cited by government and the human rights community can perhaps be traced to non-cooperation by victims' families and witnesses with government agencies. It is pursued through Internal Security Operations Plans, employing the operational strategy of "Operations, Intelligence, Civil Military Operations, in coordination with civilian government agencies"  that seek to "clear, hold, consolidate and develop insurgent areas. Victims then notice some form of surveillance on their homes, offices or places they frequent, complaining to their families or to their organizations of persons following them. The legal amendment that puts the primary responsibility to suppress the insurgency and address serious threats to internal security on the Armed Forces of the Philippines;  may be inconsistent with the constitutional provisions on supremacy of the civilian authority over the military, and on the goal of the Armed Forces of the Philippines to secure "the sovereignty of the State and the integrity of the national territory. Section 18 1 , Article III, Constitution 5. Diokno requested copies or portions of the "enhanced" National Internal Security Plan, as well as copies or portions of Oplan Bantay Laya I and II, that are not classified documents. Data supplied by KARAPATAN; KARAPATAN admits that their documentation includes those killed during military operations 3. As amended by Presidential Decrees Numbers , , and ; revived by Executive Order No. In other cases, soldiers conduct "public meetings" where they present a version of the power point presentation "Knowing the Enemy" and read aloud the names of "wanted persons" listed in the "Military Order of Battle;" some victims were reportedly among those listed in the "Military Order of Battle. The power point presentation consists of slides; among others, it presents what it calls the "strategic development of the Communist Party of the Philippines;" it also identifies the alleged "echelon of alliances" of the Communist Party of the Philippines, and the "role" these "alliances" play in the "protracted people's war. Neither is it clear what process, if any, was followed. In some cases, leaflets labeling the victim as a "communist-terrorist" are distributed within the community where the victim resides. Section 18 1 , Article III, Constitution 7. Persons placed on a "watch list" or "order of battle" are "invited" to present themselves before the military at a military camp "to clear their names. Diokno html General Headquarters, Armed Forces of the Philippines, Knowing the Enemy power point presentation, Sections to , Article VI of the Local Government Code govern residence certificates, now known as Community Tax Certificates Section mandates that every inhabitant of the country aged 18 or over, who has been regularly employed on a wage or salary basis for at least 30 consecutive working days during the calendar year, or who is engaged in business or in an occupation, or who owns real property with an aggregate assessed value of PhP 1, 21 US dollars or more or who is required by law to file an income tax return must pay community tax. Others have no faith or have lost trust in the very agencies tasked to investigate the killings, believing, rightly or wrongly, that these agencies-or other agents of government-are responsible for the killings. Data supplied by Task Force Detainees of the Philippines 2. The Catholic Welfare Organization was later reorganized into the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines on January 31, Section 3, amending Section 12 of Republic Act , 25 February Information supplied by Defense Undersecretary Ricardo Blancaflor, in a telephone conversation with Maria Socorro I. This interpretation was apparently adopted by the Philippine Congress when it enacted, in , Republic Act The Accomplishment Report of the Department of National Defense for the period covering January to June describes the strategy thus: The strategy of the Holistic Approach is a coordinated, synchronized, interrelated and mutually supporting campaign of the whole government machinery and its resources to uplift the socio-economic condition of the Filipino people, particularly those at the local levels. Victims' families and witnesses fear reprisal; some claim they were warned against providing information on the killings of their loved ones. In some parts of the country, residents are required to present their residence certificates upon demand by soldiers; even children and minors are reportedly required to present residence certificates known in local parlance as cedula , even if the law on residence certificates does not require persons below 18 years of age to secure these certificates. In other parts of the country, checkpoints manned by "civilian volunteers," including persons who have been forcibly required to man checkpoints, or by soldiers, are often set up in strategic points throughout the province, to monitor all entries and departures; at these checkpoints, persons are often subjected to "questioning. Data supplied by Task Force Detainees of the Philippines indicates that of victims were shot; 1 victim was stabbed; data supplied by KARAPATAN indicates that of victims were shot to death, while 2 victims were stabbed to death 4. Diokno, on 4 January During the conversation, Ms.