Saturday, March 04, 2006

MEDIA ADVISORY: Unfinished business for Cong. Beltran to be sent to Camp Crame tomorrow

March 04, 2006

"If helping the poor is a crime,
and fighting for freedom is rebellion,
then I plead guilty as charged."
--Crispin Beltran, August 1982 Supreme Court hearing

It's the government that is ironically preventing Ka Bel from fulfilling his
duties as a public servant.

But being unjustly and inhumanely jailed by the Arroyo regime will not stop
Anakpawis Rep. Crispin Beltran from performing his functions as a
Congressional representative of the Filipino toiling masses.

TOMORROW, Cong. Beltran's staff will bring nearly one kilo worth of unread
and unsigned papers, letters, resolutions, and other 'unfinished business'
for him to read and sign while in Camp Crame, in time for the resumption of
Congress sessions on Monday.

March 5 (Sunday) activities
10 AM – Militants and UP students release white doves for Ka Bel's release,
University of the Philippines Diliman (in front of the UP Oblation)
11:00 – Cong. Beltran's staff will assemble at the UP Oblation to bring his
papers to Camp Crame
12:00 – Expected arrival at Camp Crame

Media coverage is requested.
Photo opportunities available.

For inquiries, please contact Lisa Ito at (0927-7967007) .
Thank you very much.


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