Toxic Trade News / 21 April 2008
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Groups Critical of Malacañang’s Moves to Ratify Accord
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No Food, No Jobs, No Future with JPEPA. Protesters in torn and tattered clothing, holding empty plates, and blindfolded are being led by a GMA mask wearing activist, depicting the hardship and poverty the Filipino nation will suffer if JPEPA is ratified. The protesters were also critical of Malacañang’s motives for aggressively pushing for the ratification of the bilateral accord with Japan.©Gigie Cruz

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