UP students may agam-agam sa bubuuing CHED panel ukol sa 1989 accord

1/22/2021 10:00:00 PM

Patrolph, Tagalog News

UP students may agam-agam sa bubuuing CHED panel ukol sa 1989 accord

Iginigiit kasi ng UP community na atake sa academic freedom nila ang ginawang unilateral termination ni Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana sa 1989 agreement kung saan kailangang ipagpaalam muna sa school officials ang mga police at military operation sa unibersidad.

Pero para sa militar, hindi dapat nakasasagabal ang academic freedom sa pagtugis nila sa Communist Party of the Philippines at New People's Army, na ginawa na umanong pugad ang UP.Bubuo si Commission on Higher Eduction (CHED) chair Prospero de Vera ng isang panel para pag-usapan ang isyu ng academic freedom at protektahan ito. 

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Watch more in iWantTFC MAYNILA – Nagbabanggaan ng depinisyon ng "academic freedom" ang University of the Philippines (UP) at ang Department of National Defense (DND) sa gitna ng usapin sa kanselasyon ng UP-DND accord.Lorenzana unilaterally revoked last week the UP-DND pact , which requires prior notice by state forces before entering UP campuses.(MANILA BULLETIN) The Samahan ng Progresibong Kabataan (SPARK) criticized CHEd Chairman Prospero de Vera III for allegedly including the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and Philippine National Police (PNP) in the discussion related to the abrogation of the UP-DND accord.(AFP Photo / FILE PHOTO / MANILA BULLETIN) During the Laging Handa Public Briefing, CHED Chairman Prospero De Vera III explained that resumption of limited in-person classes for medical and other allied courses has been allowed but will only be on a voluntary basis.

  Iginigiit kasi ng UP community na atake sa academic freedom nila ang ginawang unilateral termination ni Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana sa 1989 agreement kung saan kailangang ipagpaalam muna sa school officials ang mga police at military operation sa unibersidad. Pero para sa militar, hindi dapat nakasasagabal ang academic freedom sa pagtugis nila sa Communist Party of the Philippines at New People's Army, na ginawa na umanong pugad ang UP. “The government is hell-bent on militarizing the entire academic community to meet the objectives of their Internal and Security Plan,” Lazaro claimed. Bubuo si Commission on Higher Eduction (CHED) chair Prospero de Vera ng isang panel para pag-usapan ang isyu ng academic freedom at protektahan ito. SPARK National Spokesperson John Lazaro questioned de Vera on “what qualifies the generals of the AFP and PNP as ‘education experts’ that justifies them having a role, a determining role at that, in defining academic freedom.  "We want to make sure that academic freedom is protected, the welfare of the students are protected, the interests of the state are protected inside the campuses, that is the bottomline as far as the Commission is concerned," ani De Vera. This is not just campus militarization, but concept militarization.  Sa naunang pahayag, sinabi ni De Vera na talagang magiging "problematic" ang UP-DND accord dahil wala itong malinaw na operational details. De Vera also clarified that this will only be limited to Modified General Community Quarantine (MGCQ) areas and in schools under General Community Quarantine (GCQ) whose students are undergoing training in COVID-19 hospitals.

Si De Vera ay dating propesor at naging opisyal ng UP bago naging chair ng CHED. After the UP-DND deal was terminated, De Vera — also chair of the UP Board of Regents — offered to serve as mediator in a dialogue between the government’s security cluster and UP officials and stakeholders to address issues surrounding the security agreement.. Bukas ang mga estudyante ng UP sa pagbuo ng panel ng CHED para ayusin ang problemang idinulot ng pagbasura sa kasunduan. Pero pinangangambahan nilang mas mananaig ang interes ng militar. “As a faculty member of UP for close to four decades, as Vice President for 5 years and Chairman of the Board of Regents for 4 years, I assert that the implementation of the DND-UP Accord was destined to be problematic,” he said in a statement last January 22.  "If the panel takes the opportunity to redefine it, then reinsert provisions, and take into consideration the principles or 'yung agenda ng military and police ay dito na possible na puwedeng magkaroon ng incursions into the very liberal character of academic freedom," ani Renee Co, Student Regent.  –Ulat ni Adrian Ayalin, ABS-CBN News Bisitahin ang Patrol.net asked De Vera for his comments on Spark’s assertions, but has yet to receive his reply as of posting time.

PH para sa iba pang mga balita. . “We find no compelling reason why this agreement, which largely served its intended purpose for over 30 years, should now be abrogated without at least consultation owed to the parties that signed and implemented it in good faith,” they said in the letter.