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Fidel V. Agcaoili

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Background Information

Employment History

Contributor

PinoyPress!


Philippine Country Representative

UNICEF incorporated


Chief

The AFP


Affiliations

NDFP-Monitoring

Panel Member


Nat

Chairman of the Human Rights Committee


Joint Monitoring Committee

Chairman of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines Monitoring Committee


Negotiating Panel of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines

Member


Reoublic of the Philippines

Chair of the Government of the Monitoring Committee


Web References(199 Total References)


JOINT STATEMENT ON THE SUCCESSFUL THIRD ROUND OF FORMAL TALKS BETWEEN THE GRP AND NDFP IN ROME, ITALY »

www.ndfp.org [cached]

The opening statements of the two Parties were made by the following: GRP OPAPP Secretary Jesus G. Dureza, NDFP Chief Political Consultant Jose Maria Sison, GRP Negotiating Panel Chairperson Silvestre H. Bello III, NDFP Negotiating Panel Chairperson Fidel V. Agcaoili and RNG Special Envoy Ambassador Elisabeth Slåttum.
The NDFP Panel Chairperson, Fidel V. Agcaoili, declared the NDFP Panel's readiness to push the negotiations forward and even accelerate the process of forging mutually acceptable comprehensive agreements on the most important topics of socio-economic reforms and political and constitutional reforms. He noted however, certain serious obstacles that are needed to be hurdled if mutual trust and confidence are to be maintained so that negotiations can move forward. He repeatedly raised the issue of the release of all the NDFP-listed prisoners, and expressed appreciation for the support of the RNG to the peace talks. Fidel V. Agcaoili Chairperson of the GRP Panel


News Archives » Page 84 of 86 » NDFP

www.ndfp.org [cached]

In a letter to Atty. Sedfrey Candelaria, Chairperson of the GRP-Monitoring Committee, Fidel V. Agcaoili, Chairman of the NDFP-Monitoring Committee, proposed a joint investigation on the killings of 12 children and minors, including an eight-month old fetus, which the GRP Technical Working Group (TWG) suggested "actively participated as combatants in encounters with the military" in a 20 December 2006 report that was released only in August 2007.
The chairman of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) Monitoring Committee (MC) Fidel V. Agcaoili has written the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Royal Norwegian Government (RNG) in Oslo, Norway requesting its assistance in recovering the various files and records the Dutch police confiscated last 28 August 2007 during their raid of the office of the NDFP and the arrest of NDFP chief political consultant Prof. Jose Ma. Sison.


GRP-NDFP Agreements Archives » NDFP

www.ndfp.org [cached]

The opening statements of the two Parties were made by the following: GRP OPAPP Secretary Jesus G. Dureza, NDFP Chief Political Consultant Jose Maria Sison, GRP Negotiating Panel Chairperson Silvestre H. Bello III, NDFP Negotiating Panel Chairperson Fidel V. Agcaoili and RNG Special Envoy Ambassador Elisabeth Slåttum.
The NDFP Panel Chairperson, Fidel V. Agcaoili, declared the NDFP Panel's readiness to push the negotiations forward and even accelerate the process of forging mutually acceptable comprehensive agreements on the most important topics of socio-economic reforms and political and constitutional reforms. He noted however, certain serious obstacles that are needed to be hurdled if mutual trust and confidence are to be maintained so that negotiations can move forward. He repeatedly raised the issue of the release of all the NDFP-listed prisoners, and expressed appreciation for the support of the RNG to the peace talks. Fidel V. Agcaoili Chairperson of the GRP Panel GRP Panel Chairperson Silvestre Bello III congratulated Fidel Agcaoili for being the newly-designated Chairperson of the NDFP Negotiating Panel and reiterated the determination of the Duterte administration to bring the peace negotiations to a successful conclusion as soon as possible. NDFP Panel Chairperson Fidel V. Agcaoili thanked the GRP Panel Chairperson for his congratulations. He narrated the need to expeditiously pursue the work for the grant of amnesty and the release of prisoners (as listed by the NDFP). The Chairpersons of the GRP and NDFP Negotiating Panels, Secretary Silvestre H. Bello III and Fidel V. Agcaoili, introduced their respective Panel Members: On the side of the NDFP: Panel Chairperson Fidel V. Agcaoili and Panel Members Julieta S. de Lima, Coni K. Ledesma, Asterio B. Palima and Benito E. Tiamzon. Fidel V. Agcaoili Chairperson of the NDFP Panel The NDFP Delegation was composed of Panel Chairperson Fidel V. Agcaoili and Panel Members Julieta S. de Lima-Sison, Coni K. Ledesma, Asterio B. Palima, Benito E. Tiamzon; NDFP Chief Political Consultant Prof. Jose Maria Sison; Senior Adviser Luis G. Jalandoni; Political Consultants Rey Claro Casambre, Danilo Borjal; Legal Consultants Edre U. Olalia, Rachel Pastores, Carlos Montemayor Jr., Criselda Azarcon Heredia, Edgar Carmona; Legal Resource Persons Marie Francesca Yuvienco, Rom-Voltaire Quizon, Pamela Felizarta, Rolando Rico Olalia, Fatima Irene Purisima; RWC-SER Members Alan Jazmines Jr., Randall Echanis, Adelberto Silva; RWC-SER Consultants Gabriel Kennedy Bangibang, Ruben Saluta, Servellano Jaime Soledad, Ma. FIDEL V. AGCAOILI Fidel V. Agcaoili


8ID joins the launching of anti-illegal drugs in Samar

samarnews.com [cached]

The issue of their continued detention came up early in the talks as the new NDFP Panel Chairperson Fidel Agcaoili cited the pledge made by President Rodrigo Duterte himself last May to issue an amnesty proclamation to speed up their release.
In response to the appeal from GRP Panel Chairperson Silvestre Bello for patience, Agcaoili said that if the GRP could effect the speedy release of the 22 JASIG-protected NDFP consultants why the seemingly excruciating difficulty in releasing the rest of the political prisoners? Showing some impatience, the NDFP Chief Political Consultant Jose Maria Sison and the NDFP Panel Chair Fidel Agcaoili have served notice to the other side that continued non-compliance on the issue of the remaining political prisoners can have serious consequences in the continuation of the current ceasefire and forward movement in the peace negotiations as a whole.


Released NDFP consultants cannot be rearrested on mere say so - defense lawyer

www.manilatoday.net [cached]

Fidel Agcaoili, NDFP peace panel chair, issued a statement on the NDFP website contradicting Duterte's knowledge of the whereabouts the NDFP peace consultants.
"All 17 NDFP consultants released from detention last August 2016 are in the Philippines and are not in hiding. Those who took part in the third round of formal talks in Rome from 19 to 25 January 2017 have returned to the country as of 31 January. They are all protected from re-arrest in accordance with the JASIG," said Agcaoili. NDFP chief negotiator Fidel Agcaoili remind GRP of its obligation to release political prisoners in his opening statement during the opening of the third round of the peace talks on January 19, 2017 in Rome, Italy. (NDFP Media Office photo) NDFP chief negotiator Fidel Agcaoili remind GRP of its obligation to release political prisoners in his opening statement during the opening of the third round of the peace talks on January 19, 2017 in Rome, Italy. (NDFP Media Office photo) "These [NDFP] consultants have been put under the effective jurisdiction of GRP courts because they were released only on bail and only for a six-month period. They have been required to secure court permission every time they went abroad to participate in the last three rounds of talks. Their bail renewal is due this month and, as reflected in the Rome Joint Statement of 25 January 2017, both their lawyers and the GRP have agreed to cooperate in this regard," said Agcaoili.


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