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100 days of the Marcos regime. Democratic groups staged protests in Mendiola, Manila in front of Malacañang to condemn the failures of Ferdinand Marcos Jr in his first 100 days on October 8. They censured the Marcoses for their lavish lifestyle amid the grave sufferings of Filipinos.

Protest at Regent Foods. Workers of Regent Food held a picket at its factory on October 17 to protest the company’s refusal to reinstate workers retrenched in 2019 and to pay their back wages.

#HustisyasaSahod. Workers from the Kilusang Mayo Uno in Metro Manila and Cebu joined the Global Day of Decent Work on October 7. They called Marcos Jr, who has done nothing to address their clamor for just wage increases, deaf and stingy.

#ZeroEvictions. Urban poor residents under the Alyansa Kontra Demoisyon (Alliance Against Demolitions) and the Pinagkaisang Lakas ng Mamamayan (Unified Strength of the People) held a picket at the National Housing Authority to denounce the demolition of their communities. Among those who attended are residents from Payatas, Holy Spirit, Tatalon, Commonwealth, New East and Don Mariano in Quezon City.