6 months CHR hopes SWS result favoring ‘investigation of drug-related killings’ is heeded by government MB
By Chito Chavez The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) described as a welcome development the latest Social Weather Stations (SWS) result showing that more than 60 percent of Filipinos “believe that the government should not block the investigation of international groups on drug-related killings involving the police’’. (MANILA BULLETIN) CHR spokesperson Jacqueline Ann de Guia said the result echoes the sentiments of the commission in warranting State participation and its willingness to hold the perpetrator accountable. As such surveys represent the voice of the people, de Guia hopes the “government sees this as an opportunity to correct policies that curtail ... more