Matapos na maideklara ng Anti-terror Council ang ang CPP-NPA- NDF na mga terorista at pag freeze sa bank accounts na konektado sa mga rebeldeng komunista.
Umaapila ngayon ang mga leaders ng leflist group na ipagpatuloy ang naudlot na usaping pangkapayapaan sa pagitan ng gobyerno at ng Commuist Party of the Philippines (CPP) – New People’s Army (NPA).
Para kay NDFP consultant Rafael Baylosis dapat daw tigilan na ng gobyerno at ng mga komunista ang all-out war at magbalik sa negosasyon pero kailangan din daw tanggalin ng Duterte Government ang pagtalaga sa CPP-NPA na isang terror group.
The NDFP is the umbrella organization of the national democratic movement in the country and represents the communist insurgency in peace negotiations that have dragged on and off for 34 years.
“The terror law is one of the biggest obstacles [to] the resumption of peace talks between the [government] and the CPP. This is also what halted peace talks under the Arroyo administration, when she prodded the US government to list both the CPP and [its founder] Jose Maria Sison as terrorist[s] [in 2002],” he said. “This was undone by the Aquino administration.”
“To be able to resume peace talks, [the] Duterte administration must undo its actions,” Baylosis added.
Three-term congressman Satur Ocampo, formerly of the leftist group Bayan Muna, insisted that the national democratic movement was engaged in a rebellion and not terrorism.
Bukod sa pagkakatalaga bilang terorista, ang mga bank accounts na may ugnayan sa CPP-NPA ay pina-freeze ng Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC).
“Per ED (Executive Director) (Mel) Racela, the AMLC approved its freeze order against the CPP-NPA and other designated terrorist groups last Dec. 23… The AMLC can already move in the premises at any time after due designation by the ATC,” sabi ni Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra.
In a post-Christmas Facebook post, CPP Founder Joma Sison slammed the Duterte government’s ‘blind red-tagging, arbitrary arrests, and murder’ which he says are actions qualified as state terrorism. He says communist groups are willing to resume talks with the next administration.