"It is deplorable that Speaker Prospero Nograles and Pampanga Rep.
With women all over the world, Gabriela Women's Party, the sole political party of women with representatives in the 14th Congress of the Philippine House of Representatives, commemorates the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, bringing to the fore our outrage agains
While Malacañang claimed feat over its maneuver to shut the impeachment today, Gabriela Women’s Party Representative Liza Maza strongly believes that “the junking of the impeachment complaint by the House Committee on Justice has brazenly robbed the Filipino people of the right to every democrat
"Mrs. Arroyo was given another license to continue killing, abducting, torturing and illegally imprisoning her critics and innocent civilians and to plunder the Filipino people's resources," Rep.
Gabriela Women's Party Representative Liza Maza today said moves toamend the Constitution being pursued in the Lower House reek of evilmotives and should immediately be blocked.
With the resumption of the impeachment hearings today, Gabriela Women's Party Representative Liza Largoza Maza discussed the issue of bribery of members of the House of Representatives and local officials in Malacañang last year before the House Justice Committee.
Being the mastermind of human rights violations including extrajudicial killings, enforced disappearances and political imprisonment in Mindanao, and abusing her position as Commander-in-Chief of the Philippine Army for the commitment of these crimes, are more than sufficient grounds for the imp
The Gabriela Women’s Party Representative Liza Largoza Maza today asserted that the hearings conducted by the House Committee on Justice should finally provide the venue for all the serious charges outlined in the 93-page complaint to be heard.
Militant women's partylist group Gabriela has vowed to defend itself against escalating state-instigated attacks and political persecution on progressive partylist groups and militant organizations nationwide.
Gabriela Women’s Party Rep. Liza Maza today acknowledged the determination of the American people in their struggle for change with the historic election of Barrack Obama as the first black US president.