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The '''Lawyers League for Liberty (LIBERTAS)''' is an association comprised of lawyers and other civic minded individuals “committed to law and justice reform, democracy and human rights promotion, and the advocacy for good governance in the [[Philippines]]”. LIBERTAS holds office in West Trade Center, West Ave, [[Quezon City]], [[Philippines]].
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'''Task Force 2010''' is a coalition of election watchdogs pushing for needed reforms in the electoral process and in the [[Commission on Elections]] to ensure a “clean, honest, peaceful, and credible elections” in 2010 and for the elections that will follow, including those in the ARMM.  
  
The mission of LIBERTAS is to empower pursue social change and to empower the poor. It provides legal assistance, and seeks to promote justice, human rights and good governance. By educating the citizenry, it seeks to increase awareness of rights and responsibilities and to encourage the voting public to push for transparency in government and good governance.  
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The TF2010 is inspired by late COMELEC commissioner Romeo Brawner’s “Ten-point Agenda for 2008 (ONWARDS)” and Commissioner Rene Sarmiento’s discussion on electoral reforms called “Building the House of Electoral Reforms for 2010 and Beyond.
  
It envisions a “just and humane society with an informed and empowered citizenry committed to social change and reforms working within the framework of a vibrant democracy, under the rule of law, and inspired by the principles of transparency, accountability, justice, equality, freedom, people-empowerment and solidarity.[[Lawyers League for Liberty|...read more]]
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TF2010 aims to “awaken the people, particularly the youth, into knowing, reflecting on, and doing something about the current situation of Philippine elections and democracy by encouraging them to become involved in the various initiatives for the ARMM and 2010 elections. The group also encourages the people to come up with their own plans and initiatives to guard and reform the whole electoral process” [[Task Force 2010|...read more]]
  
 
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<div style="float: right; text-align: 85%; margin-top: -1.3em;"><small>'''[[Consortium on Electoral Reforms|Previously featured: Consortium on Electoral Reforms]]''' |'''[[:Category:Featured Articles for 2010 Elections|Archive]]'''</small></div>
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<div style="float: right; text-align: 85%; margin-top: -1.3em;"><small>'''[[Lawyers League for Liberty|Previously featured:Lawyers League for Liberty]]''' |'''[[:Category:Featured Articles for 2010 Elections|Archive]]'''</small></div>

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Task Force 2010 is a coalition of election watchdogs pushing for needed reforms in the electoral process and in the Commission on Elections to ensure a “clean, honest, peaceful, and credible elections” in 2010 and for the elections that will follow, including those in the ARMM.

The TF2010 is inspired by late COMELEC commissioner Romeo Brawner’s “Ten-point Agenda for 2008 (ONWARDS)” and Commissioner Rene Sarmiento’s discussion on electoral reforms called “Building the House of Electoral Reforms for 2010 and Beyond.”

TF2010 aims to “awaken the people, particularly the youth, into knowing, reflecting on, and doing something about the current situation of Philippine elections and democracy by encouraging them to become involved in the various initiatives for the ARMM and 2010 elections. The group also encourages the people to come up with their own plans and initiatives to guard and reform the whole electoral process” ...read more