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People wanted for rebellion, other crimes under Mindanao martial law

Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana has issued two arrest orders pertaining in connection to the martial law proclamation in Mindanao in light of the Maute group's siege in Marawi City.

Lorenzana, the martial law administrator, issued Arrest Order No. 1 on May 29 and Arrest Order No. 2 on June 5.

Published below are the two orders, which contain the list of people ordered arrested under martial law, as released by the Presidential Communications Office on Thursday.




According to AFP spokesman Restituto Padilla, the names on the list are based of previous information that prove that the individuals are involved in the events in Marawi City/

He added that the information is being released "to get the assistance of the public just in case they may have any knowledge of the whereabouts of these individuals and at the same time, personally know them, in some cases, then they can assist government and our forces." —Trisha Macas/JST, GMA News