Saturday, September 29, 2012

From the Philippine Information Agency (Sep 29): Zero human rights violations key in getting people support – Army

Zero human rights violation has helped the soldiers in easily winning the confidence of residents in the countryside to work together in the peace and development outreach program of government. Speaking at the “Arena Forum,” a public affairs program of the Association of Regional Executives of National Agencies aired at radio station DXRA, Lt. Col. Lyndon Paniza, chief of the Public Affairs Office of the 10th Infantry Division (10th ID), cited the zero human rights record of the 10th ID from September 2010 up to the present as one factor which makes residents friendly and helpful to the soldiers, especially in ventilating the issues and finding solutions to problems affecting the community. Paniza said the reorientation of the soldiers from warriors to diplomats helps them interact effectively with the people.

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