Guerillas of the communist New People's Army pictured in the Philippines in 2017. Photo: AFP
Guerillas of the communist New People's Army pictured in the Philippines in 2017. Photo: AFP

Critics of Philippines’ anti-terror law lumped in with communist rebels as deadly ‘red-tagging’ continues under Duterte

  • Rights groups say hundreds have lost their lives over the past four years to a deadly game of finger pointing that equates any left-wing activity with terrorism
  • Two retired judges who oppose the controversial new anti-terror law are among the latest to be singled out after an army officer accused them of sedition

Guerillas of the communist New People's Army pictured in the Philippines in 2017. Photo: AFP
Guerillas of the communist New People's Army pictured in the Philippines in 2017. Photo: AFP
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