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  • Protesters stay  put along Edsa

    Protesters stay put along Edsa

    IGLESIA ni Cristo members who gathered in the thousands at EDSA and Shaw Boulevard to protest a Justice Department investigation of church officials showed no sign of leaving Sunday night despite a midnight deadline on their permit to rally. Mandaluyong City Mayor Benhur Abalos said he was certain the INC...
  • Iglesia presses call for religious freedom

    Iglesia presses call for religious...

    IGLESIA ni Cristo protesters who gathered at the Edsa Shrine in Quezon City moved overnight to the intersection of Shaw Boulevard and Epifanio delos Santos Avenue after Mandaluyong City issued the church a permit to stage a rally for religious freedom until Sunday. While the number of protesters had thinned...
  • Marching to Edsa

    Marching to Edsa

    Iglesia protesters flock to shrine to demand De Lima’s resignation

    MEMBERS of the Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) flocked to the Edsa Shrine in Quezon City  Friday  to press their call for Justice Secretary Leila de Lima to resign over her decision to investigate charges filed by an ousted minister against church leaders. The number of INC protesters around the Justice...
  • INC demands  Leila’s head

    INC demands Leila’s head

    MORE than 1,000 members of the Iglesia Ni Cristo gathered in front of the Justice Department  Thursday  to demand the resignation of Secretary Leila de Lima over her “inordinate interest” in a case filed by an ousted minister, Isaias Samson Jr., against church leaders. Police said the...
  • Resign Right Now

    Resign Right Now

    Calls for Cabinet men seeking election to quit mount

    CALLS for the resignation of a growing list of Cabinet members mounted  Wednesday  amid accusations that some officials were using public funds to bankroll their election campaigns while others were simply deemed incapable of doing their jobs. The leftist Bagong Alyansang Makabayan  on...

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