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first_imgCaptain Cenon Pancito III, chief of theArmy’s 3rd Infantry Division (3ID) Public Affairs Office, said on Wednesday thepeace summit will serve as a peaceful venue for reconciliation among theconcerned sectors, former rebels, and families of the massacre victims. According to the Army’s 3ID, the peacesummit will be a convergence of the efforts of local government units innorthern Negros with Armed Forces of the Philippines and the PhilippineNational Police. “It intends not only to commemorate theEscalante massacre but also to mark a new journey towards the attainment of thedesired genuine peace and progress in northern Negros,” Pancito said. Hundreds of residents of two remote villages in Escalante City, Negros Occidental receive assistance from the Philippine Army and the city government. PHOTO COURTESY OF 79IB, PHILIPPINE ARMY Among the activities will be theissuance of the statement of apology from government sectors and former NPArebels, handover of surrendered firearms, and oath of allegiance by thesurrenderers. Captain Rowell Dairocas, civil-militaryoperations officer of the Philippine Army’s 79th Infantry Battalion, said theparticipants will come from various localities in northern and central Negros. The activities during the peace summitwill also include a medical mission for former rebels, candle-lightingceremony, commemorative mass, and cultural presentations. Support will also be provided by theacademe, religious, and other sectors as well as groups of former rebels.center_img The three-day gathering, which will beheld at the Escalante City Coliseum on Sept. 19 to 21, will also mark the 34thyear of the Escalante massacre. The Department of the Interior and LocalGovernment will also hold a “Dagyawan” dialogue with the participants. BACOLOD City – Some 2,500 former members and supporters of the CommunistParty of the Philippines-New People’s Army (CPP-NPA) in Negros Occidental areset to formalize their surrender to authorities during the Northern NegrosPeace Summit. “We also aim to deliver an awakeningmessage to the CPP-NPA and their allies that the masses want to move on fromthe sorrows and miseries brought by their selfish and bloody armed struggle andembrace the brighter and harmonious tomorrow,” he added. There will be a declaration of “Day ofCommemoration” and a tribute to the Escalante massacre victims. The Escalante massacre, which took placeon Sept. 20, 1985, claimed the lives of some 20 persons and injured severalothers. The incident happened a day before the commemoration of the 13thanniversary of martial law. (With areport from PNA/PN)last_img read more