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  • 1. Philippine During Martial LawPP
  • 2. Martial law is the imposition of military rule by military authorities over designated regions on an emergency basis.  can be used by governments to enforce their rule over the public.  has also been imposed during conflicts and in cases of occupations, where the absence of any other civil government provides for an unstable population.
  • 3. Proclamation of Martial Law: On September 21, 1972, President Ferdinand E. Marcos placed the Philippines under Martial Law. The declaration issued under Proclamation 1081 suspended the civil rights and imposed military authority in the country. . Marcos defended the declaration stressing the need for extra powers to quell the rising wave of violence allegedly caused by communists. Marcos explained citing the provisions from the Philippine Constitution that Martial Law is a strategic approach to legally defend the Constitution and protect the welfare of the Filipino people from the dangerous threats posed by Muslim rebel groups and Christian vigilantes that places national security at risk during the time.
  • 4. . The author of the poem is Ruben Cuevas.
  • 5. Killing
  • 6.  Sister Stella L is the award-winning masterpiece by Mike de Leon.  Its about a nun, Sister Stella Legaspi (played by Vilma Santos), who becomes involved in labor strikes after learning about the governments neglect of the poor and the working class. Her sworn duty to fight for the poor and the oppressed turns personal when her journalist friend Nick Fajardo (played by Jay Ilagan) is tortured and the union leader Dencio (played by Tony Santos) is kidnapped and killed. What follows is her eye-opening and tear-jerking battle against cruelty and injustice.  This film is one of the most memorable roles for Vilma Santos.
  • 7.  It is written by: Eman Lacaba.  It is one a pungent, quite tragicomic, instructional on the proper, painstaking way of eating the ayungin fish.  a common fare for the poor—so that the nutrients from its eyes, bones, and meager flesh could be optimized to stave off hunger for at least a few hours.
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  • 9.  Ang tulang ito ay marahil tungkol sa isang Pilipino na nahimok na makiisa sa paglabankontra sa mga taong nagmamalabis sa kapangyarihang dulot ng kanilang luklukan sapamahalaan.  Ang mga Kabataang tinutukoy ay marahil ang mga estudyanteng aktibistana humihimok sa bawat- Pilipino na mag- aklas kontra sa maling asal ng pamahalaan.  Marahil dahil sa nadarama rin ni Juan ang mga kahirapan sa buhay, na ipinakita sa tulasa pamamagitan ng pagpapakitang salat siya sa mga bagay na kinakailangan at gustoniya, ay nahimok siyang sumama sa mga namumundok o ang mga tinatawag na New People’s Army. Ang tinutukoy na PC sa hulihan ay marahil ang Police Chief, at sinisi paang mga kabataan sa pag- aaklas ni Juan, o ng mga Pilipinong itinuturing ngpamahalaan na kaaway ng lipunan
  • 10.  "Open Letters to Filipino Artists written by: Eman Lacaba.  is considered a literary benchmark in the form-&-content paradigm, a passionate testament from a bourgeois intellectual who had, in the oft-quoted formulation by Marx, transcended his class origins and "raised (himself) to the level of comprehending theoretically the historical movement as a whole", in the well-known passage found in the first chapter ('Bourgeois and Proletarians') of The Communist Manifesto.  The poem begins, fittingly enough, with an epigraph quoting another Asian poet-warrior, Ho Chi Minh