JOURNALISTS who were linked to the so-called “Oust-Duterte matrix” reiterated the need to stand together in fighting for the truth amid alleged threats from the government.

In a public forum hosted by the University of the Philippines Third World Studies Center at the UP-Diliman in Quezon City on Tuesday afternoon, journalists and professionals converged to tackle the contingency plans and long-term solutions that must be done under the administration of President Rodrigo Duterte where media and various organizations were seen as constantly under threat.

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