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PIA Press Release
2008/10/14

Military commits no human rights violations so far, says Ando

ICC General Santos City (14 October) -- The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) here said that human rights policies in combat operation are being observed at all times.

Army's 6th Infantry Division spokesperson Lt. Col. Julieto Ando stressed this saying military are keen on complying human rights policies even if it deals with lawless elements of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) in the on-going pursuit operations against MILF commanders Umbra Kato and Bravo to include Pangalian.

He said no human rights violations have been so far committed by any of the military operatives on field while relentlessly pursuing the lawless MILF.

Ando opined that Filipino soldiers are well-trained enough and very professionals as to uphold and respect the human rights of every citizen especially when they are sent on combat operation against enemies of the state. (PIA SarGen) [top]

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