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Petition to Delfin N. Lorenzana, Rey Leonardo Guerrero, Ronald M. dela Rosa, Pantaleon D. Alvarez, Aquilino Martin de la Llana Pimentel III,, Cristina Ellezar Palabay, Galileo Gerard Kintanar Jr., Maria Lourdes Aranal Sereno, Conchita Claudio Carpio-Morales, Rose Trajano, Hajji Moh'd Ersad Malli, Florin Ternal Hilbay, Rex RB. Reyes, Jr., Sonia Punzalan, Peter Angelo V. Perfecto, Michael L. Tan, Paolo Manalo, Socrates Buenaventura Villegas, Romulo Geolina Valles, Luis Antonio Gokim Tagle, Marlon Manuel, Ryan V. Silverio, Abdiel Dan Elijah S. Fajardo, Emerlynne Gil, Leah C. Tanodra-Armamento, Robert Reyes, Herbert Docena, Sara Duterte-Carpio, Oscar Moreno, Rolando Joselito Bautista, People of the Republic of the Philippines

Remove President Rodrigo Roa Duterte From Office

We Ask Your Soldiers And National Leaders To Remove President Rodrigo Roa Duterte From Office To Prevent Another Dictatorship Like Ferdinand Marcos. With The Extrajudicial Killing Of Innocent Civilians, The Possible Declaration Of A Nationwide Martial Law And Federalism. We Are Urging The Armed Forces Of The Philippines And The Philippine National Police To Remove President Rodrigo Roa Duterte From Office To Prevent Another Dictatorship In The Country. Duterte, As President, Cannot Rule 100,000,000 Filipinos On 7,107 Islands Effectively Without The Support Of Your 500,000 Soldiers Who Could Implement His Orders. Your Armed Forces Through Philippine Defense Secretary Delfin Negrillo Lorenzana Must Show Him The Logistical Difficulty Of Such An Enterprise, The Threat To National Security Of A Breakdown Of Law And Order Amidst Threats From Isis-like Brigands And Foreign Countries, And The Harm To Your National And Economic Interests That Would Be Brought About By The Destruction Of Institutions It Took Your Taxpayers And Public Servants Decades To Build. If Despite Sound Advice, President Duterte Still Chooses To Declare A Nationwide Martial Law And A Federal System In The Country, We Ask Your Soldiers In The Armed Forces To Suspend The 1987 Freedom Constitution And Immediately Support Of A Nonpartisan Government In The Country. Nonpartisanism Is Best Way To Save Your Land. There Must Be Almost No Gap Between These Events Above To Prevent The Breakdown Of Law And Order, A Civil War, The Repeat Of Violent Dictatorship And Plunder, Or The Invasion Of Your Country By Foreign Elements That Would Exploit Such A Leviathan Economic, Social And Political Crisis. Please Remove President Duterte From Office By Signing And Sharing This Petition. We Are Sending This To Philippine Defense Secretary Lorenzana With Copies Furnished To AFP Chief Of Staff Rey Leonardo Guerrero, PNP Chief Ronald Dela Rosa, House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez, Senate President Aquilino Pimentel III, Ombudsman Conchita Carpio-Morales, KARAPATAN Executive Director Tinay Palabay, Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno, Archbishop Socrates Villegas, Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, International Commission of Jurists Senior Legal Adviser Emerlynne Gil, And Others.

People's Union Against Dictatorship And Tyranny / Народный союз против диктатуры и тирании
45 supporters
This petition won 2 weeks ago

Petition to Omid Kordestani, Jack Dorsey

Ask twitter to Protect the Safety of Iranian Protesters

In recent days people across Iran in major cities and dozens of smaller towns have taken to the street to voice their dissatisfaction with corruption, abuse, and economic mismanagement. The government has launched a large-scale crackdown on protesters. More than 32 people have been killed and at least 3,700 have been detained since the protests began in late December. Iranian authorities have blocked all major social media platforms to prevent communication between the protesters and ultimately put an end to the demonstrations. Twitter does not allow users from Iran to add their phone number and set up two-factor authentication that protects the users’ accounts and information. This policy puts the safety of Iranian users—especially activists—at greater risk. We ask Twitter to show a commitment to the safety of its users by preventing Iranian authorities from easily accessing the accounts of Iranian users and targeting protesters. Given the scale of the recent mass arrests in Iran, it is evident that many of detainees are peaceful protesters. What is worse, Iranian authorities have a highly troubling record of torturing and mistreating prisoners. To be clear, we are asking Twitter to offer the people of Iran the same level of account protection it offers most of its users around the globe.   Join us in asking Twitter to protect the safety of Iranian protesters by enabling Iranian users to add their phone numbers to their account and receive two-factor authentication protection        

United for Iran
17,438 supporters