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“Go home and tell them what you did today and why.”

“a) grotesque; b) merciless; c) heartless; d) callous; e) inhuman; f) shocking; g) unbelievable; h) overkill; i) all of the above & more.

Go home to your spouses, children, parents, friends, neighbors and classmates and tell them what you did today and why. Then pause and tell yourself in silence if they deserve to be proud of you.”Atty. Edre U. Olalia, President, National Union of Peoples’ Lawyers

‘It ain’t over yet’

“It ain’t over yet. We will not cease to exhaust any and all legitimate steps and platforms to challenge this draconian law. This without doubt is the most unpopular and perilous piece of legislation that could ever be pushed by a government that is fixated with the potion of power. In time, we will look back to this day of infamy and say the unbridled and terrorizing power of the government will always bend and retreat eventually when the people push back hard enough.”Atty. Edre U. Olalia, ‘Activist, not terrorist’

Atty. Edre: Handa ang aking mga kliyente sa usapang pangkapayapaan


Panayam ng Kodao Productions kay Atty. Edre Olalia, legal consultant ng National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) peace panel hinggil sa lalamanin ng ikalawang pag-uusap at kahandaan ng NDFP sa pagharap sa GRP.

Oslo, Norway
October 5, 2016

TAPATAN: Atty. Edre Olalia bilang abogado ng bayan

Panayam ng Kodao Productions kay Atty. Edre Olalia ng National Union of Peoples’ Lawyers hinggil sa tungkulin ng mga abogado ng sambayan.

February 24, 2015