PH to European Union: Stop funding CPP-NPA-linked groups

PH to European Union: Stop funding CPP-NPA-linked groups

The solving of the insurgency problem principally with the Commuist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army has leveled up in the Duterte administration.
In their serious bid to end this failed ideology, the government has geared to put a stop on the pipelines that keeps funding the communist group here in the country.

Philippine Permanent Representative to the United Nations and other International Organizations Ambassador Evan Garcia at the general debate on human rights situations during the 42nd Session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva has called and reiterated again the Philippine government’s request to Europe, the European Union, and the international community to cease giving financial support to groups linked to the Communist Party of the Philippines-New Peoples' Army (CPP-NPA).
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Garcia pointed out the numerous atrocities done by the communists need the attention of the UNHRC.

"We call on the European Union, European states, and the international community to stop enabling these groups by strengthening due diligence mechanisms for their relevant agencies," he said during a speech on September 17.

The envoy said the CPP-NPA has abused the good faith of the UN system "to run fictitious social programs while financing their criminal activities and peddling false claims on the human rights situation in the Philippines, even as it has perpetuated systemic and unspeakable atrocities to its followers and indigenous communities across the country for decades."
Garcia presented as pieces of evidence the government data and the personal account of the indigenous people(IP) affected by the communist movement themselves.

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