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‘Luisita’ farmers march to SC for final ruling

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BAGUIO CITY, Philippines—Members of the Alyansang Manggagawang Bukid sa Asyenda Luisita (AMBALA) will troop to the Supreme Court Tuesday to await its final ruling on the decade-old land dispute.

Felix Nakpil, AMBALA chair, said they have started their way to the Supreme Court compound in Baguio at 5 a.m. Tuesday from Tarlac and were expected to arrive at the Supreme Court at around 10 a.m. the start of the high court’s en banc (full court) session.

“We are hoping that the Supreme Court will affirm its decision last year that the computation for just compensation will be based on the 1989 prices instead of 2006,” Nakpil said.

The 6,443-hectare Hacienda Luisita has been controlled by the Cojuangco family since the 1950s.


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Tags: agrarian reform , Agriculture , Hacienda Luisita , land dispute , News , Regions , Supreme Court


  • http://profile.yahoo.com/GFBTFI47HRP2Q6FA53DGYSHVHQ Mary

    The farmers are already very excited to know the final ruling of the Supreme Court regarding the land that they desire to own. They must abide by whatever decision the Supreme may reach.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/HR6ZUASYQVJDOQZXV7ROMEF2YI Abnoy tupak

      this includes delimma..

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/BDFPDC75NYZI3CGWMAJ4AECRFE Bayan Muna

       PUTTANG INA IBIGAY ANG LUPA SA MGA MAHIHIRAP!!!!!!!!

      VOTE BAYAN MUNA



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