Gabriela Women’s Party (GWP) together with other Makabayan lawmakers filed today a resolution urging the House Committee on Labor and Employment to conduct an investigation on the huge factory fire in House Technology Industries (HTI) building in Cavite last Feb. 1.

Gabriela Women’s Party is pushing for an immediate and independent investigation over the huge fire that gutted the House Technology Industries (HTI) factory at the Cavite Economic Processing Zone in Rosario.

House Committee on Poverty Alleviation chair and Gabriela Women’s Party Rep. Emmi De Jesus on Tuesday (Jan.

Anticipating plenary debates on the re-imposition of the death penalty, Gabriela lawmakers reiterated their position against the proposal and joined fellow Makabayan bloc lawmakers in presenting their position against House Bill 01.

Gabriela lawmakers today warned President Duterte of another Mamasapano massacre if agreements allowing US military presence and operations would remain in force.

“Despite the pomp and supposed celebration of women power surrounding the 65th Miss Universe pageant, women here and abroad remain in their unglamorous and exploited state.

Women’s partylist group Gabriela joined protests today at the US embassy in Manila to mark the inauguration of US President-elect Donald Trump. Filipino women reiterated their rejection of US-imposed neoliberal policies and military intervention in the country.

“There can be no justice for massacred farmers unless genuine land reform as embodied in the National Democratic Front’s draft agreement on Socio-Economic reforms is realized.”

Militant women today led protests in communities and in Welcome Rotunda in Quezon City to protest the multiple whammies brought about by the spate of increases in the prices of oil, utilities, food and basic commodities.

Women’s partylist group Gabriela today said President Duterte’s Martial Law threats amid unresolved cases of extra judicial killings in the war against drugs creates an atmosphere of impunity and bodes further abuse and brutality from police and military authorities.

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