Entries by Fidel Agcaoilli

Opening speech for the Fifth Round of the Formal Talks in the GRP-NDFP peace negotiations

it is unacceptable to the NDFP for the GRP to insist on putting its demand for any joint or bilateral prolonged and indefinite ceasefire ahead of CASER and CAPCR in order to obtain the capitulation and pacification of the revolutionary forces and the people, and lay aside the substantive agenda and the ever urgent demands of the people for social, economic and political reforms necessary for achieving a just and lasting peace.

Closing speech for the fourth round of peace negotiations

We are concluding a successful fourth round of formal talks. I will not mince words when I say it has been a difficult four days of peace negotiations. We came to this fourth round of formal talks determined as ever to push the forging of substantive agreements on basic reforms, specifically the Comprehensive Agreement on Social and Economic Reforms so that both we in the NDFP and the GRP can firmly address – and redress – the chain of issues that lie at the roots of the armed conflict.

Fidel V. Agcaoili NDFP Peace Panel Chairperson Opening Statement

As the newly-appointed Chairperson of the NDFP Negotiating Panel, I intend to pursue the policies of the revolutionary movement on the peace negotiations as ably carried out by my predecessor and now Senior Adviser, Chairperson Luis Jalandoni.
Let me tell you frankly that I do not relish this new role.

Commentary on Padilla Statement

By FIDEL V. AGCAOILI Spokesperson, NDFP Negotiating Panel 05 September 2014   On the occasion of the observance of the so-called 11th National Peace Consciousness Month by the Government of […]