LUNGSOD NG QUEZON — Terorista at supporters ng mga ito ang dapat matakot sa Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) ng Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) at hindi ang publikong sumusunod sa batas, ang ibinahagi kamakailan ng Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) matapos maipasa ang naturang IRR.
Sinabi ni AFP Spokesperson MGEN Edgard Arevalo na makatutulong ang napapanahong pagpasa ng IRR, na mas nagpapalinaw pa sa mga probisyon ng ATA, sa epektibong pagtugis ng militar sa mga teroristang grupo, indibidwal, at maging kanilang mga tagasuporta.
Kasabay nito ang paniniguro ng AFP na parating poprotektahan ng militar ang karapatang pantao ng publiko gaya ng nasasaad sa Konstitusyon.
Anchored on its mantra, “Sentro ng Katotohanan, Tapat sa Mamamayan”, Balita Central Digital complements and supports the Balita Central newspaper published bi-monthly to combat fake news and to provide the public with easy-to-digest news bits that are sourced solely from the Presidency and government agencies.
Balita Central is under the supervision of the Bureau of Communications Services (BCS), one of the attached agencies of the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO).
Launched on February 28, 2019 at the Manila Light Rail Transit System Line 2 (LRT-2) Cubao Station, Quezon City, it also aims to raise awareness among local communities about the policies, programs, and accomplishments of the Presidency.
Through this platform, Balita Central Digital aims to reach further the online community to deliver more accurate information and communication services in order to educate the citizenry regarding national issues which would enlighten them to be engaged and be empowered in contributing to building a better nation.
Balita Central is situated at the BCS Headquarters located beside the Philippine Cancer Society along San Rafael, San Miguel, Malacañang Complex, Manila City. Its official website address is balitacentral.ph.
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