The President said he has grown tired of listening to Sison
as he questioned the rebel leader's physical and mental state.
"The Dutch government should respect my rights and should have my name removed from the 'terrorist list' of the Council of the European Union in order to make amends for the injustices it has done to me in my asylum case," Jose Maria Sison
, founder of the 44-year-old Communist Party of the Philippines and its military arm, the New People's Army (NPA), told the Inquirer.
Communist Party of the Philippines founder Jose Maria 'Joma' Sison
on Wednesday slammed the new matrix released by Malacanang linking several individuals and institutions to a plot to oust President Rodrigo Duterte.
Since then, Duterte and CPP founding chairman Jose Maria Sison
have spent 2018 engaging in a word war and below-the-belt personal attacks against each other.
The word war between President Duterte and communist leader Jose Maria Sison
continued over the weekend on the issue of personal health.
Exiled communist leader Jose Maria 'Joma' Sison
slammed the renewed call of President Rodrigo Duterte for an immediate ceasefire and for him to come home.
calls Duterte a 'maniac,' says CPP remains 'relevant' !-- -- (philstar.com) - December 26, 2018 - 11:22am MANILA, Philippines Communist Party of the Philippines founding chairman Jose Maria Sison
calledPresident Rodrigo Duterte a "maniac" whose rise to power showed the "deterioration of the ruling class.
Malacanang says that Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder Joma Sison
is not in his right mind after refusing to apologize for alleging that President Duterte fell into a coma.
He sent a welfare-check text to his good friend George Sison
, who had been ill.
Palace chides Sison
for comments on West Philippine Sea !-- -- Alexis Romero (philstar.com) - December 9, 2018 - 5:57pm MANILA, Philippines Malacantildeang on Sunday lashed at communist leader Jose Maria Sison
for criticizing President Rodrigo Duterte's handling of the West Philippine Sea row and dared him to return to the Philippines to see how the government is implementing its independent foreign policy.
Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founding chairman Jose Maria Sison
Wednesday said that backchannel talks with the government peace panel were successful.
is an echo of repeated criticisms against President Rodrigo Duterte after calling the President a 'broken record' for ending the peace negotiations.