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Wide shot of comfort women press conference 2. Medium Gertrude Balisalisa 3. Various of comfort women press conference 4. Various comfort women demo at Japan embassy 6. Lila Filipina coordinator Nelia Sancho white blouse with black scarf 7. Wide shot of Korean comfort women 8. Close-up of Korean comfort woman 9. Wide shot of comfort women press conference Breakaway members said Lila Pilipina, a support group for former comfort women, was not pushing hard enough for official compensation directly from the Japanese government.
The breakaway group call themselves Malaya Lolas. At a recent press conference in Manila they said the private fund is an attempt by Japan's government to evade its war responsibility. The new group, which claims 11 former sex slaves as members, says Japan should recognise that sexual slavery was a war crime and should "rectify the past" through direct compensation to the victims. She is now the General Secretary of the Malaya Lolas. SOUNDBITE: English "To confirm our stand, we formed the Malaya Free Lolas, an reorganisation of former victims of military sexual slavery and violence by Japan, to pursue our initial objectives, especially to demand sincere apology and direct compensation from the Japanese government.
With this objective we vow to reject and oppose the Asian Women's Fund. Japan's government denied any involvement with the wartime brothels until several years ago. The government has refused to pay any compensation, saying that all war-related claims were settled by postwar treaties. Instead, it formed the Asian Women's Fund, a private fund financed by individual and corporate donations to make payments to the women.
Lila Pilipina coordinator Nelia Sancho says the group, which had 82 members before the defections, continues to officially reject the Asian Women's Fund as a "final solution". But they do respect the individual decisions of women whether to accept money from it. Members of the new group are also against a recent recommendation made by the Asian Women's Fund to the Japanese government that it provide legal compensation to comfort women victims from South Korea and Taiwan, and give the Asian Women's fund to the Filipino victims.
There should be equal restitution for all the comfort women. Why dangle the money and evade the legal and moral responsibility of the Japanese government? The Asian Women's Fund has announced plans to give 2 million Yen dlrs 18, to each of some surviving women. Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto is also expected to send a letter of regret to each woman accepting the funds.