Pursuant to HRVCB Resolution No.15-2017, the Human Rights Victims' Claims Board approved the release of partial monetary reparation to the second set of eligible claimants consisting of conclusively presumed victims and new applicants, which is posted at www.hrvclaimsboard.gov.ph and www.facebook.com/hrvclaimsboard.gov.ph. The list of eligible NEW CLAIMANTS shall be also published in local newspapers, REMATE and BALITA, on 21 and 28 September, and 05 October 2017. Any opposition against a new applicant shall be made within fifteen (15) days, and against a conclusively presumed claimant, within ten (10) days, from the date of the last publication of this notice.
Nais po naming ipaalam na pansamantalang sinuspinde muna ng Land Bank of the Philippines (LANDBANK) ang pag-iissue ng Cash Cards na ginagamit natin upang makatanggap ang mga eligible claimants ng kanilang partial monetary reparation.
Ang mga naunang 4,000 eligible claimants ay mayroon nang mga cash cards. Ang maaapektohan ng suspension na ito ay ang mga papalit sa mga claimants bilang “substitute” (dahil sa pagkamatay ng claimant).
The Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board (HRVCB) released the names of 4,000 approved claims for human rights violations during the martial law period. The names are contained in the preliminary list of eligible claimants posted by the Board in its website, www.hrvclaimsboard.gov.ph, and its Facebook account. The list consists of conclusively presumed victims and new applicants.
QUEZON CITY -- On 19 April 2016, President Benigno Aquino III approved Republic Act No. 10766, which modifies the sunset clause of R.A. No. 10368, otherwise known as the “Human Rights Victims Reparation and Recognition Act of 2013.”
Said amendatory law gives the Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board (The Board) sufficient time up to 12 May 2018 to resolve all claims for reparation and/or recognition, and bring justice to Martial Law human rights violations victims (HRVVs). The number of received claims actually ballooned from 20,000 to 75,730.