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CHR Commissioner Chito Gascon: A cheerleader for the CPP/NPA rebels?

The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) headed by Atty. Chito Gascon is ardent in villifying the government under President Rodrigo Duterte's administration. With considerable emphasis on the alleged "crimes" and "abuses" of the Duterte government alongside the biased involvement of the mainstream media, CHR's anti-administration tendency had caused a significant divide and divisiveness among Filipinos.

Yet, on the other hand, many staunch supporters and believers of current President Rodrigo Duterte never fails to back-up the President by righteously exposing and criticizing the discrepancies and suspicious undertakings of the CHR under Gascon's leadership.

One of them who always got the President's back was Atty. Bruce V. Rivera, a distinguished lawyer and law professor. His speculative post revolves around the recent appeal of Commissioner Gascon to Filipino soldiers to put into careful consideration the human rights of President proclaimed CPP/NPA terrorists.

Atty. Rivera's three main points were as follows:

"First of all, in the conflict, both the soldiers and the rebels have the capacity to kill. So by reminding, no, admonishing our soldiers to protect the rebels human rights while not telling the rebels to do the same is actually empowering the rebels at the expense of national interest. Remind both of the parties. Why? Because when a soldier commits HR violations, it is very apparent. However, when the rebels commit human rights violations, they can claim it as collateral damage in the fight of their cause. Now, you make the soldiers worry about it and the rebels not worry about it by your careless rhetoric.

Second, what you are saying is really without regard for existing laws. Remember that in Umil vs. Ramos, the Supreme Court made a ruling that rebellion is a continuing offense. Meaning, even if the rebel is just sitting down, he is still committing the act of rebellion. So if the soldier will not arrest and neutralize a rebel because he is taking a nap, he would have committed a crime. But if the rebel attacks a soldier while he is sleeping or on his way home to his family, it is okey? This is even made more alarming because the CPP/NPA was declared a terror group even before the issue with PRD. And what is the international policy towards terror groups, do not negotiate. Your ally, Bill Clinton made it very clear. So what are you saying?

Third, we are in a situation where incidiary words are sensitive. The NPA is angry. So is the AFP. They are engaged in a war where bitter anger and resentment has developed. It is not only rebels who lost families but soldiers as well. The last thing we should do is anger one camp to spark flames of vengeance. You are the CHR Chief but at this point in time, stop acting as a cheer leader for the rebels."

Conclusively, Atty. Rivera made a legal account as to why, albeit Gascon's shortcomings and blatant incapacity as CHR chairman, he remains to be confidently loud, untouched, and unafraid. As how Atty. Rivera put it:

"Sir Gascon, and I am calling you sir because you are still in a position, the reason you are still Commission of CHR is because as lawyer, PRD knows the ruling in CHR vs. Cariño, that the CHR is a toothless tiger."

Source: Bruce V. Rivera | Facebook

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