Representatives from different member organizations of Migrante Europe delivered their statements during the protest. The speakers were Jun Saturay from Migrante Den Haag, Helen Rios from Gabriela UK, Edna from Anakbayan Europe, and Father Aris Miranda from Promotion of Church Peoples Respone – Europe (PCPR-EU).
This protest is a continuation of the series of actions as the Coalitions continue to call for the granting of full citizenship rights for all migrants, refugees and displaced peoples among other things.
This Anti-Terror Law is part and parcel of the U.S.-Duterte fascist dictatorship, in their own words “The United States is a proud ally of the Philippines and will continue to provide whole-of-government support and assistance to Philippine counterterrorism efforts as we work together to address shared threats to the peace and security of both of our countries.”
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ndeed, the Philippines is once again in the turning point of history and Migrante-Europe will actively participate in the struggle of the Filipino people to regain its freedom and democratic rights.