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Filipino nationalist, lawyer, and statesman. Wikipedia

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    • The Commission was founded and first led by Chairman Jose W. Diokno, the father of human rights in the country, whom the surrounding park of the headquarters called the Liwasang Diokno (Diokno Freedom Park) is named after.Commission on Human Rights (Philippines)-Wikipedia
    • Several of these collections were donations previously owned by various notable Lasallians, including Senator Jose Diokno, Don Francisco Ortigas Jr., José Javier Reyes, and Senator Lorenzo Tañada.De La Salle University-Wikipedia
    • The hospital was built using 50% of the national health budget, according to Senator Jose W. Diokno, "while around the country, Filipinos were dying of curable illnesses like TB [tuberculosis], whooping cough, and dysentery."Philippine Heart Center-Wikipedia
    • He is remembered for his nationalism, for "the impact of his patriotic convictions on modern political thought", and has been seen in the same class as Dr. Jose Rizal, Sen. Jose W. Diokno, and Sen. Lorenzo Tañada.Claro M. Recto-Wikipedia
    • The American expatriate and tobacco industrialist Harry Stonehill, who was later indicted by Justice Secretary Jose W. Diokno for bribing officials, falsely claimed that Lacson had asked him to finance his campaign against Garcia.Arsenio Lacson-Wikipedia
    • Diokno is the son of Filipino nationalist Senator Jose W. "Ka Pepe" Diokno, the father of human rights and intellectual leader of the opposition against the Marcos regime.Chel Diokno-Wikipedia

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