United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations. Skip to primary navigation Skip to content. x. Menu. Hearings; Full Committee Hearing Extrajudicial Killings in the Philippines: Strategies to End the Violence Date: Wednesday, 423 Dirksen Senate Office Building · Washington,
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Published 8:59 PM, September 15, 2016. Updated 9:00 PM, September 15, 2016. With the Duterte administration’s war against drugs in full swing, the Philippine Senate probes into the series of extrajudicial killings allegedly brought about. Senator Leila de Lima leads the hearing.
LIVE: Senate hearing on drug killings – Day 4. For its fourth hearing, Sen. Leila de Lima, former chairperson of the Senate Justice and Human Rights Committee will be replaced by Sen. Richard Gordon. Among the agenda of the fourth hearing is to revisit Senate resolutions 9 and 151 to investigate the recent rampant extrajudicial killings
Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) – The Senate on Thursday ended its probe on alleged extrajudicial killings related to President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs.
Aug 23, 2016 · During the first Senate hearing on extrajudicial killings on Monday, the witnesses said that the victims were low-level drug pushers killed by corrupt law enforcers were either their protectors or
Hearing Before the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific Affairs Statement By G. Eugene Martin Executive Director Philippine Facilitation Project United States Institute of Peace I appreciate the opportunity to participate in this hearing on the tragic extrajudicial killings …
Manila, The Philippines – A witness in a Senate hearing on the extrajudicial killings in the Philippines has testified that he was a member of a death squad in the home city of President Rodrigo Duterte, and that the then-mayor himself ordered the killings of crime and drug suspects as well as the bombing of a mosque in Davao City.
September 15, 2016. HEARING ON EXTRAJUDICIAL KILLINGS: Senate Committee on Justice and Human Rights chairperson and Senator Leila de Lima (middle), along with Senators Antonio Trillanes IV (left) and Alan Peter Cayetano (right) share a discussion during a break in the hearing on the rise of extrajudicial killings on Thursday, September 15, 2016.
An extrajudicial killing (also known as extrajudicial execution) is the killing of a person by governmental authorities or individuals without the sanction of any judicial proceeding or legal process.