I was expecting the Morong 43 to be released as soon as possible after NoyNoy ascended in the presidential office. But it is only yesterday that he has ordered after a state and working visit to the U.S. that he has formally instructed a review of the Morong 43 case.
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The current head of the DOJ is herself a former human rights worker, but once you are in office reality has to give way to the demands and needs of other government offices. We hope that the sufferings of the Morong 43 will end in a month.
There is no justification for continued detention of the Morong 43 which include mothers, nurses and other rural health workers.