Jose Sison Obituary, Communist Party Founder Jose Sison Dies

Jose Sison Obituary, Death – On the evening of Friday, December 16, 2022, around 8:40 o’clock in the evening, Jose Maria “Joma” Sison, the founding chairman of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), passed away. He was 83. After being detained in a hospital in the Netherlands for a period of two weeks, Ang Bayan, the media arm of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), reported that Sison had passed away. Sison had been detained in the hospital for the previous two weeks.
As of the beginning of the day on Saturday, the specifics of the events that led up to his passing remained a mystery.

The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) said, “The Filipino working people and the proletariat mourn the loss of their teacher and guiding light.” “In spite of the fact that we are in mourning, we have taken a solemn oath to do everything in our power and with all of our determination to move the revolution forward, guided by the cherished memory of Ka Joma and the lessons he taught. I pray that the indestructible revolutionary zeal of Ka Joma will go on to inspire future generations.” In addition to that, it was incorporated.
Sison has been living in self-imposed exile in the Netherlands ever since the peace talks between the government and him in 1987 broke down without producing a satisfactory outcome.

On December 26, 1968, he founded the Chinese People’s Party (CPP) and was also a co-founder of the New People’s Army (NPA), a Maoist armed struggle that has been going on since 1969. Both of these organizations are still active today. Sison was referred to as a “Marxist-Leninist-Maoist extraordinaire and indefatigable revolutionary fighter” in the Second Congress of the movement. The name Sison was associated with a number of armed uprisings that occurred all over the country over the course of a number of years. Initially, he was included on the European Union’s terrorist blacklist; however, the EU decided to take him off the list later.