Kabuoang ulat sa pagkamatay ng anak ni Andrea Rosal, hinihintay ng Malakanyang
admin • May 21, 2014 • 2956
(LEFT-RIGHT) Presidential Communications Operations Office Sec. Herminio ‘Sonny’ Coloma Jr. and NPA Southern Tagalog official Andrea Rosal (UNTV News / PNP)
MANILA, Philippines — Hinihintay na lamang ng Malacanang ang detalyadong ulat ng Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) at Philippine General Hospital (PGH) hinggil sa pagkamatay ng anak ni Andrea Rosal, anak ng yumao at dating New People’s Army spokesperson na si Ka Roger Rosal.
Ayon kay PCOO Secretary Herminio “Sonny” Coloma Jr., gusto nilang malaman ang kabuuang pangyayari kung bakit humantong sa pagkamatay ng bata.
“Hinihintay ng ating tanggapan dito ang komprehensibong ulat ng BJMP at PGH para maunawaan ng ganap kung ano talaga mga relevant facts hinggil dito.”
Ayon sa pahayag ng abugado ni Rosal na si Atty. Edre Olalia, hypoxemia o kakulangan ng oxygen sa dugo ang ikinamatay ng sanggol.
Ipinanganak si Baby Diona noong Mayo 17, Sabado, ala-7:10 ng umaga at binawian ng buhay sa Neonatal Instensive Care Unit ng Philippine General Hospital noong Linggo, dakong ala-5 ng hapon.
Ibuburol ang mga labi ng sanggol sa University of the Philippines sa Diliman, Quezon City at ililibing sa bayan ng Ibaan, Batangas sa Mayo 21.
Ipinauubaya naman ng palasyo sa korte ang hiling ni Rosal na makadalaw ito sa burol ng anak.
“Sa aking pananaw ay magiging reasonable naman ang pananaw ng ating mga prosecutors at kung ito naman ay naaayon sa batas at wala namang malaking hadlang sa isinasaad ng batas ay bukas naman yung ganung klaseng option,” ani Coloma.
Noong Mayo 27 ay hinuli ng National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) si Rosal sa Caloocan dahil umano sa kasong kidnapping at murder.
Pitong buwang buntis noon si Rosal na ipiniit sa Camp Bagong Diwa, Bicutan, Taguig City.
Kaugnay nito, balak naman ng kampo ni Rosal na magsampa ng reklamo kaugnay ng posibleng pagpapabaya kay Andrea Rosal habang ito’y nakakulong at nasa estado ng maselang pagbubuntis. (Rey Pelayo / Ruth Navales, UNTV News)
MANILA, Philippines – A military official has warned actress Liza Soberano against associating with Gabriela Women’s Party for its alleged links to the New People’s Army (NPA).
In a statement Wednesday night, Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Southern Luzon Command (SolCom) chief Lieutenant General Antonio Parlade Jr. said it is not fair to red-tag Soberano as “she is merely supporting advocacy for women’s rights.”
Parlade said Soberano should be protected in the exercise of her rights and that she is “not yet” a member of the NPA.
However, Parlade pointed out that she and other celebrities should be educated on the “hidden violent agenda” of the Malayang Kilusan ng Bagong Kababaihan (MAKIBAKA).
MAKIBAKA is an underground mass organization hiding under Gabriela Women’s Party, according to the military official.
“Is she an NPA? No, of course not. Not yet. So let’s help educate her and the other celebrity targets of Malayang Kilusan ng Bagong Kababaihan (MAKIBAKA), the Underground Mass Organization hiding under Gabriela Women’s Party,” he added.
Parlade also advised the actress to stop supporting Gabriela.
“Liza Soberano, there’ s still a chance to abdicate that group. If you don’t, you will suffer the same fate as Josephine Anne Lapira @ELLA, former Deputy Secretary General of Gabriela Youth of UP, Manila and defender of women’s rights, even against sexual predators amongst her comrades in the NPA unit she joined which is clearly stated in her handwritten letter addressed to a certain @EMIL,” he said.
The AFP official also issued the same warning to Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray and told them not the follow the path of a certain Ka Ella Colmenares.
“The choice is yours Liza. And so with you Catriona,” he said.
“I am sure Angel Locsin and Neri Colmenares will not tell you this,” he added.
In the same statement, Parlade also slammed the Gabriella party for not informing their recruits about their group’s agenda.
“So, Rep. Arlene Brosas and Gabriela, shame on you if you haven’t informed your recruits about your hidden violent agenda,” he said.
In response to the statement, Gabriela party-list Rep. Brosas criticized Parlade for red tagging and “mansplaining” Soberana.
“Lieutenant General Antonio Parlade’s appeal to stop red-tagging Liza Soberano is starkly ironic because he actually red tagged Soberano in his statement. By saying that Soberano is ‘not yet an NPA,’ he is maliciously associating the actress with the armed movement when what she did in the youth forum was to only speak up for all the victims of gender-based violence and abused,” she said in a statement.
“It is clear that Parlade, the NTF-ELCAC and the paid trolls are the ones who are rabidly red-tagging Liza Soberano and other female celebrities and influencers who are taking a stand and speaking out against the macho-facism under the Duterte regime. How come these macho-fascists have the audacity to mansplain strong women and lecture them on what to do? And why do they seem so afraid of women using their platform to defend other women?” she added.
The issue came after Soberano joined a Gabriela Youth online forum to discuss issues being faced by girls and women amid the pandemic.
“These rabid NTF-ELCAC executives are using their rehashed script to discredit Gabriela Women’s Party despite our long track record of advocating women’s rights. Our 20 years of advancing women and children’s rights inside and outside of Congress cannot be smeared by their repeated lies,” Brosas said.
MANILA, Philippines – The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered the courts in the country to temporarily suspend the issuance of commitment order for the transfer of convicted inmates from detention facilities to the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor).
In a circular posted on the Supreme Court’s Twitter page, Court Administrator Jose Midas Marquez said that all convicted persons deprived of liberty (PDL) who should have been transferred to the BuCor should remain in the facilities of the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) from July 29 to August 31, 2020.
This is in line with the request of BuCor Director General Gerald Bantag to the Office of the Court Administrator to temporarily suspend the issuance of commitment orders to BuCor to prevent the further contamination of COVID-19 and to minimize the movement of inmates.
Both the BuCor and the BJMP have recorded cases of COVID-19 in their facilities with reported fatalities.
Detained persons awaiting or facing trials are placed under the custody of the BJMP while those convicted are under the BuCor.
MANILA, Philippines – More than 15,000 persons deprived of liberty (PDL) have been released from jail facilities as part of the government’s decongestion program in light of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) said.
In a statement issued on Thursday, the DILG said that from March 17 to June 22, a total of 15,322 PDLs were released from jail facilities supervised by the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP).
Of this number, 5,910 were from the National Capital Region; 1,557 from CALABARZON; 1,487 from Central Visayas; 1,041 from Central Luzon; 897 from Zamboanga Peninsula; 762 from Northern Mindanao; and the rest are from other regions.
Around 1,312 of these PDLs were released because of the new Supreme Court guidelines issued to decongest the jails.
Majority of these released inmates are elderly and those who committed light or bailable offenses, the DILG said.
“All of these PDLs were released by authority of the courts with some released in accordance with new guidelines issued by the Supreme Court because of the pandemic,” DILG Secretary Eduardo Año said.
“Ang paglaya ng libo-libong PDLs ay patunay na hindi sila nakakaligtaan at hindi pinapabayaan. Patunay rin itong gumagana ang justice system sa bansa kahit pa man may pandemya,” he added.
Año issued the statement in response to the claim of leftist groups that the government is not doing enough to decongest the jails.
The DILG chief also said that the BJMP established COVID-19 isolation centers with medical staff in the regions despite budgetary and personnel limitations. These isolation facilities were put up with the support from the Department of Health, local government units.
Six Ligtas COVID Centers with 918-bed capacity are established in strategic areas, particularly in Quezon City, San Fernando City, Cebu City, Mandaue City, Pagbilao in Quezon province, and Zamboanga City, Año said.
He added that the bureau also intensified its triaging process, provision of more focused medical care to patients, conduct of daily disinfection of jails, targeted and expanded testing, and massive health education campaigns inside jails.
“These are on top of the usual precautionary measures such as wearing of face mask, thermal scanning, use of foot baths, hand washing, and maintaining good hygiene,” he said.
“Kahit pa maraming responsibilidad ang ipinagkakatiwala sa DILG ngayong COVID-19 crisis ay hindi isinasantabi ng Kagawaran at ng BJMP ang PDLs. Tinitiyak namin ang kapakanan at kaligtasan nila,” he added.
The COVID-19 pandemic also affected the country’s jails, with a total of 783 confirmed infections among PDLs and 135 among BJMP personnel.
As of Thursday, July 2, 549 PDLs and 90 bureau personnel have recovered from the viral respiratory disease, Año said.
“Tinututukan po namin ang sitwasyon sa mga BJMP jail sa buong bansa at hindi namin pinapabayaan ang mga COVID-19 positive cases. Sa katunayan, marami na ang gumaling at hindi kami bibitaw hanggang bawat isa sa kanila ay maka-recover na,” he said.
The BJMP also expanded the electronic dalaw (e-Dalaw) program in relation to the temporary suspension of visitation in all jail facilities amid the public health crisis.
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