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Democracy and the Philippine Media

1983-93

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        StatementEdwin Mellen Press
        PublishersEdwin Mellen Press
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        LC ClassificationsAugust 2000
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 50 p. :
        Number of Pages57
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        ISBN 100773478167
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"The Philippine democratic systems were already broken, making it easy for Duterte to impose his authoritarianism.

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Possible ICC investigation into the anti-drug campaign Duterte, a 76-year-old former mayor who made a name in politics with his extra-tough approach to crime, has gained notoriety for his profane rhetoric and contentious drug war, which claimed the lives of thousands of people in the Southeast Asian country.

These attacks were intended to shift public perception and create a bandwagon effect. Performing this role has cost scores of journalists their lives. It was a lawsuit built around a typo. To defend the islands, the fledgling Philippine military was incorporated into the United States Armed Forces for the Far East USAFFE under the command of General MacArthur.

The Philippine Commonwealth was inaugurated in 1935 under a democratic constitution patterned after the United States bicameral system.

The Print Media: A Tradition of Freedom

But as the wheels have begun to come off our democracy, the laws meant to protect us have been turned against us. Investigative stories have significantly enhanced transparency in governance and may have reduced if not prevented abuses and corruption.The Anti-developmental State: The Political Economy of Permanent Crisis in the Philippines.

Even back then, the press wasn't made to praise the friars or the Spanish colonizers; it was a weapon for freedom, it's purpose was to awaken Philippine nationalism. These were a handful of tabloid newspapers and some radio stations which defied government instructions on how to handle news stories despite constant harassment and intimidations.