The Philippines' chief peace negotiator with communist insurgents said Tuesday he was resigning, citing his frustration over the continuing stalled talks.
This photo taken on February 11, 2011 shows chief Philippine government negotiator Alexander Padilla speaking at a news conference in Manila. Padilla said Tuesday he was resigning, citing his frustration over the continuing stalled talks.
Alexander Padilla, head of the government panel negotiating with the National Democratic Front said he had tendered his resignation, adding that perhaps someone else could revive the peace process.
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