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The Daily Express was the only newspaper allowed to circulate upon the declaration of Martial Law. Southeast Asia. Since Duterte came into office, media groups have tracked cases of threats and attacks against the press. Although ABS-CBN continues to operate its cable news channel and its online and social media accounts, the closure of its radio and television stations comes at an inopportune time: the peak of the novel coronavirus crisis. All seemed well, especially when Duterte accepted the apology the network made at the Senate hearing over the non-airing of the ad. The tribunal, however, has chosen not to let the network immediately resume operations, opting instead on May 19 to give the NTC and Congress 10 days to comment on its petition. Congress goes on recess on June 4 and will reconvene on July 27 when Duterte delivers his annual state of the nation address. The outcome of the midterm elections in the Philippines displayed the domineering political influence of President Rodrigo Duterte, a crowded-out opposition, and the limits of his promise for genuine and meaningful socio-political change. Duterte has suspended talks with communist rebels and recently put up rewards for information leading to the arrest of their leaders. The Palace has cleverly distanced itself from the controversy, saying Duterte cannot meddle with the NTC, an independent quasi-judicial regulatory agency, and that the ball was now with Congress. After all, an attack on one is an attack on all. He meant the absence of law on the rights of a franchisee which has a renewal application pending in Congress. A few minutes before 8 p. Ordered closed on May 5, ironically two days after World Press Freedom Day, the year-old radio and television network is an interesting case study of how a standard, straightforward application for renewal of a legislative franchise can easily turn into a web of complexities and nightmares spun by persistent shutdown threats from a populist president who has a personal ax to grind. Prior to that, the pandemic has already led to the temporary closure of cash-strapped community news organizations or reduced news programming and print runs. Like appropriation, revenue and local bills, franchise bills originate exclusively from the House of Representatives. Packed with Duterte allies since , the chamber had seen no need to schedule a hearing on the application—until a Senate committee convened one in late February. Yet his narratives on the money he had paid ABS-CBN for the ads vary—from the network failing to return the money after elections to the network returning it but he refusing to accept it. Shares of the network have fallen from PHP The Philippines has been identified by Reporters Without Borders as among the countries where state troll armies use the weapon of disinformation. By Joshua Makalintal. At the same time, the commission, on the advice of the justice secretary, urged Congress to issue a resolution for a provisional authority. Menu Menu Close. Service Links Menu. It is worth noting, though, that the supposedly independent NTC initially followed the guidance of the justice secretary when it appeared before Congress. The two chambers obliged. The contrast reveals the unstable policy environment franchise holders navigate. Share with friends: Tweet Share Share Print.

The recent shutdown of broadcast giant ABS-CBN is but one of the pieces of mounting evidence—arguably the most damning—of how fragile the state of abs cbn reporters 2020 freedom in the Philippines has become under President Rodrigo Duterte.

By then, the network was already reeling from a court case the solicitor general had filed with the Supreme Abs cbn reporters 2020 seeking to revoke its franchise for supposed violations. Questions raised at government virtual pressers are screened and limited due to time. Romero Jr.

Protest rally in solidarity with ABS-CBN's 11, workers in danger of losing their jobs if the network's franchise is not renewed soon. Media accreditation, considered by media groups as an add-on mechanism of bureaucratic control, is required in the capital. The Communist Party of the Philippines and its armed wing are considered as foreign terrorist organizations in the United States. This post is from the categories:. Congress approved its application only in March On April 22, , the CBCP finally got its franchise: The bill automatically lapsed into law when Duterte failed to sign or veto it 30 days receiving it from Congress. Every franchise is covered by a specific law. Instead of a provisional authority, it issued a cease-and-desist order. They range from website attacks and online or SMS harassment to physical assault and killings. By Aries Arugay. The tactic endangers the lives of journalists. Only upon approval at the House do they make their way to the Senate of a bicameral Philippine Congress. Were ABS-CBN to close for good, a less competitive media environment would arise, not to mention the loss of jobs for its 11, employees. Teaser Image Caption. Journalists have complained of being barred from covering events of communities by a number of local governments who use the quarantine as pretext. It was accused of violating a constitutional ban on foreign ownership of the media and launching a subscription service and a channel without approval from the National Telecommunications Commission NTC. Fifteen journalists have been killed during his presidency. Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano, who has slammed the network in the past, is the best example. That left the House without a choice but to follow suit. There is still no telling if and when ABS-CBN can get back on the air, caught as it is in the crossfire of clashing views and positions of public officials and institutions. Freedom of Press. Different government agencies subsequently cleared the network of violations at the Senate hearing. Then, on the afternoon of May 5, the NTC did the exact opposite of what it promised it would. The Philippine media is known to be highly polarized. But in the face of intensifying attacks, including on ABS-CBN, a growing number of journalists are casting aside rivalries to stand up for press freedom and keep the democratic space from further shrinking. By Segundo J.