The NDF wants to resume peace talks with VP Leni after Duterte steps down from Malacanang

The NDF wants to resume peace talks with VP Leni after Duterte steps down from Malacanang

 


They want to talk to Leni Robredo.

The Joma Sison led National Democratic Front (NDF) of the Philippines, which represents communist rebels in peace talks with the government wants to resume peace talks with Vice President Maria Leonor Robredo after it terminated its communication lines with President Rodrigo Roa Duterte.

“The NDFP, including its panel, should hold discussions with opposition parties, in particular, the Liberal Party,” said Julie de Lima, the newly-appointed NDFP negotiating panel interim chairperson who replaced the late Fidel Agcaoli.

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Robredo is the current chairperson of the Liberal Party.

De Lima added that the communist organization should engage with Robredo as constitutional successor "to press for the resumption of the peace negotiation as a rallying point in the effort to oust Duterte.”

President Duterte formally terminated the on-and-off peace talks in November 2017,the communist group have been waging Asia’s longest-running insurgency which has spanned over fifty years.

“Prospects for resuming the peace negotiations after Duterte, whether he is ousted or he finishes his term, are possible and desirable,” De Lima said.

 

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