Addressing particularly the children, Dela Rosa explained to the young audience that the PNP is conducting the drug war
to protect future generations.
Why are we waging a drug war
if the cases against the big fish are dismissed?
Opposition lawmakers on Tuesday said the Department of Justice's (DOJ) exoneration of suspected drug lords 'clearly shows' that President Rodrigo Duterte's administration is 'not really serious in its drug war
The human rights group Karapatan branded as a "disgraceful attempt to escape accountability'' the refusal of Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Ronald (Bato) dela Rosa to provide relevant data on the drug war
being conducted by the Duterte administration.
The president dismissed criticism over the thousands of people killed in the drug war
as he said the Philippines had turned into a "narco-state".
Joseph Victor "JV" Ejercito's proposal to transfer the police's drug war
budget to anti-terrorism efforts.
As public anger simmers, one case that has become an especially strong symbol of opposition to the drug war
is 17-year-old Kian Delos Santos, who's believed to have been captured by a CCTV camera on Thursday (August 17) night being dragged through a street by plain clothed policemen.
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The government's attempt to massage its original data and/or reintroduce new and questionable data on the killings attributed to the drug war
cannot hide this fact.
He explains how policing for profit has allowed police and prosecutors to earn revenue through drug arrests, traffic stops, raids, and random drug sweeps, creating corruption and impacting civil liberties; how racism impacts the war on drugs, with discussion of police bias in Seattle and New York; the damage to civil liberties due to the increase in undercover police and criminal informants; the post-prison penalties faced by those convicted of a drug offense, such as obstacles to employment, housing, welfare, education benefits, driver's licenses, and voting rights; how the escalation of the war has led to random drug testing of employees and students; and whether the drug war
com/amid-muslim-christian-violence-pope-francis-leaves-central-african-republic-hope-2204060) conflict-torn Central African Republic in November, Pope Francis will head to areas ravaged by violence and the drug war
in Mexico in February.