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cmfr | CMFR - Part 228

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  • Laguna journalists suppressed: Video coverage in city council sessions barred

    In a move echoing the national government’s suppression of media, the city council barred video coverage of its meetings and sessions in San Pablo, Laguna, located around 75 kilometers... Read more

  • Aurora radio broadcaster nabbed

    A radio broadcaster working for a non-government organization was reportedly kidnapped last 03 March (Manila time) in the town of Baler, Aurora province, about 150 kilometers northeast of Manila.... Read more

  • Tribune publisher charged with two others

    An editor-publisher and two of her newspaper’s columnists were charged for allegedly inciting sedition, just moments after President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo lifted the state of national emergency or Presidential Proclamation... Read more

  • Vague circulars

    Here is the National Telecommunication Commission‘s Memorandum Circular No. 01-01-01, issued on Jan. 2001 and reissued after the government issued Presidential Proclamation no. 1017: WHEREAS, the National Telecommunications Commission... Read more

  • PPI laments attempts to curb press freedom

    Here comes another statement from the Philippine Press Institute after the group met last March 1: The Philippine Press Institute views with grave concern attempts to curtail press freedom... Read more

  • Presidential Proclamation 1017 attacks Philippine media

    MANILA, Philippines – Exactly twenty years after the restoration of democracy and press freedom in the country, local media was again under threat shortly after President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo declared... Read more

  • For the record

    The Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility strongly opposes President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s declaration of a State of National Emergency and urges her to withdraw it. The Center also condemns... Read more

  • PPI Statement

    (The following is the statement issued by Mr. Amado P. Macasaet, chairman-president of the Philippine Press Institute and publisher of Malaya in the light of the declaration of state... Read more

  • First casualties??

    Are UP Prof. Randy David and lawyer Argee Guevara the first casulaties of the controversial Proclamation 1017? The two gentlemen were “arrested” by the police and brought to Camp... Read more

  • text of Proclamation 1017

    Below is the full text of the controversial proclamation. After 20 years of EDSA, have we come full circle? MALACAÑANG PALACE MANILAPROCLAMATION NO. 1017PROCLAMATION DECLARING A STATE OF NATIONAL... Read more