Last quote by Phelim Kine
Suspending police anti-drug operations could reduce the killings, but they won't stop without a meaningful investigation into the 7,000 deaths already reported. The Philippine police won't seriously investigate themselves, so the UN should take the lead in conducting an investigation.
Jan 31 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Phelim Kine is associated, including Duterte, ASEAN, and killing. Most recently, Phelim Kine has been quoted saying: “His wilful blind-eye to those deaths constitutes a disgraceful betrayal of the public trust.” in the article Philippines puts anti-drug operation on hold to tackle rogue police. An other article where Phelim Kine has been quoted is Rights group, worried about HIV, urges Philippines action.
Quotes by Phelim Kine
Jan 30 2017
His wilful blind-eye to those deaths constitutes a disgraceful betrayal of the public trust.
Dec 07 2016
The government had a pretty good track record of fighting HIV-AIDS, but basically they are fighting the last war. They are still focusing on female sex workers and their clients when actually the epidemic has changed, but the government's approach is not changing and it needs to or else this will really get out of control.
Sep 07 2016
For most ASEAN leaders, Duterte represents a throwback to an uglier and more brutal form of Asian state, which taints ASEAN efforts to market itself as an increasingly progressive, modernizing trade block with a focus on trade data, rather than daily police-killing body counts.
Sep 07 2016
That dynamic means that Duterte can expect his most meaningful face-time in Laos with other ASEAN embarrassments such as Cambodia's dictator Hun Sen, representatives of Thailand's military junta and his authoritarian Laotian hosts.
Aug 24 2016
Duterte is steamrolling the rule of law and its advocates both at home and abroad.
Dec 25 2009
This is an extremely harsh verdict and we are surprised and shocked that the Chinese government has chosen to punish Liu Xiaobo so severely, considering he is completely innocent of these charges of subversion.
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