More people flocked to the University of the Philippines Diliman on June 4 to call for the junking of the what they call the ‘terror bill’, or the Anti-Terrorism Bill that the Lower House of Congress approved on third and final reading a day before.

This is the second day the people have protested on the streets, only a few days since the government eased the lockdown in Metro Manila at the beginning of the month. The swift approval of the bill came into public awareness and scrutiny as people were bracing for the ‘new normal’ after lockdown, after two House committees adopted the approved Senate version of the bill on May 29.






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