Communist Party of the Philippines' Benito Tiamzon (C) and his wife Wilma Austria Tiamzon (L) gesture next to Jose Maria Sison, the exiled founder of the Communist Party, as Norway hosts peace talks between the Philippine government and National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) in Oslo, Norway August 22, 2016. Berit Roald/NTB Scanpix/ via REUTERS

Communist Party of the Philippines’ Benito Tiamzon (C) and his wife Wilma Austria Tiamzon (L) gesture next to Jose Maria Sison, the exiled founder of the Communist Party, as Norway hosts peace talks between the Philippine government and National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) in Oslo, Norway August 22, 2016. Berit Roald/NTB Scanpix/ via REUTERS

Communist Party of the Philippines' Benito Tiamzon (C) and his wife Wilma Austria Tiamzon (L) gesture next to Jose Maria Sison, the exiled founder of the Communist Party, as Norway hosts peace talks between the Philippine government and National Democratic Front of the Philippines in Oslo last year. Photo:Reuters

August 30, 2016 1:04 AM (UTC+8)