PNoy, Del Rosario responsible for PH losing control of Scarborough shoal
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The term “lost Scarborough shoal” is debatable. Security officials deny that. Foreign affairs officials will not say that because that would be detrimental to the claim of the Philippines on the shoal which is included in the case filed by the Philippines against China before the United National Arbitral Court. The reality, however, is that Filipino fishermen are denied access to the area around the shoal by three Chinese ships stationed there since June 2012. How that situation came to be started on April 10, 2012 when BRP Gregorio del Pilar arrested eight Chinese boats with sizable quantities of endangered marine species, corals, live sharks and giant clams.
Tordesillas, E. (2016, May 26). PNoy, Del Rosario responsible for PH losing control of Scarborough shoal. The Daily Guardian, pp. 5, 7.
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Coral reefs; Disputes; Territorial waters; Law of the sea; Fishers; Rare species; Coral; Fishing vessels; Boundaries; Governments; United National Arbitral Court; Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN); Chinese Marine Surveillance (CMS); Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Philippine Coast Guard (PCG); Peoples Liberation Army; Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA); Arbitral Court of the United Nations International Tribunal on Law of the Sea in the Hague; Duterte, Rodrigo; Trillanes, Antonio; Del Pilar, Gregorio; Aquino, Benigno III; del Rosario, Albert; Pama, Alexander; Tan, Edmund; Obama, Barack; Campbell, Kurt; Fu, Ying; Bensurto, Henry
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