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BBL Deserves our Much-Needed Critical Support and Political Awareness under the new Presidential Administration

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BBL Deserves our Much-Needed Critical Support and Political Awareness under the new Presidential Administration

A Statement from United Youth for Peace and Development (UNYPAD) Issued on 28 July 2018 in Cotabato City, Philippines   BBL Deserves our Much-Needed Critical Support and Political Awareness under the new Presidential Administration   We, the Bangsamoro youth, strongly believe that Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) remains the most viable option for the cessation of…

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AN APPEAL FOR THE CONCERNED AUTHORITIES TO UPHOLD CIVILIAN PROTECTION IN THE ONGOING MILITARY OPERATIONS AGAINST THE BIFF AND TO ESTABLISH DURABLE SOLUTIONS TO THE CONFLICT IN THE BANGSAMORO

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AN APPEAL FOR THE CONCERNED AUTHORITIES TO UPHOLD CIVILIAN PROTECTION IN THE ONGOING MILITARY OPERATIONS AGAINST THE BIFF AND TO ESTABLISH DURABLE SOLUTIONS TO THE CONFLICT IN THE BANGSAMORO

North Cotabato Composite Team of CSOs (NCCT-CSO)  North Cotabato   Community-Based Peace and Protection Center (CBPPC) Maguindanao and North Cotabato   TiyakapKalilintad (TKI) Maguindanao and North Cotabato   June 21, 2018  AN APPEAL FOR THE CONCERNED AUTHORITIES TO UPHOLD CIVILIAN PROTECTION IN THE ONGOING MILITARY OPERATIONS AGAINST THE BIFF AND TO ESTABLISH DURABLE SOLUTIONS TO…

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LEAGUE OF BANGSAMORO ORGANIZATIONS’ MESSAGE OF SUPPORT TO THE NEW BANGSAMORO TRANSITION COMMISSION

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LBO Press release 2017

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DECLARATION during Bangsamoro Multi-Sectoral Leaders' Summit for Unity and Solidarity

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DECLARATION during Bangsamoro Multi-Sectoral Leaders' Summit for Unity and Solidarity

The following is the DECLARATION of the participants during the Bangsamoro Multi-Sectoral Leaders’ Summit for Unity and Solidarity held on December 6-8, 2016 in Davao City. summit-declaration

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BBL Deserves our Much-Needed Critical Support and Political Awareness under the new Presidential Administration!

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UNYPADPositionPaper_BBL

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UNYPAD DECLARATION ON THE IMPERATIVE OF PRESERVING AND PURSUING THE GAINS OF THE GPH-MILF PEACE PROCESS

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UNYPAD DECLARATION (1)

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Opening statement of Dr. Rahib Kudto during Public Presentation by the Third Party Monitoring Team on 26 February 2016

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Opening Statement By: Dr Rahib L. Kudto (During Public Presentation by the Third Party Monitoring Team on 26 February 2016) As a Moro myself, I can understand the frustration of many Bangsamoro people felt after the non-passage of the BBL in Congress. For several decades, they experienced several wars that killed many of their friends…

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Statement of GPH Chief Negotiator Professor Miriam Coronel-Ferrer On the Closing of the 16th Congress of the Republic of the Philippines

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Statement of GPH Chief Negotiator Professor Miriam Coronel-Ferrer  On the Closing of the 16th Congress of the Republic of the Philippines

OPAPP Press Release February 3, 2016 Let me state the fact: The proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law, in whatever shape or form, did not make it out of the 16th Congress. The sheer indifference and chronic absenteeism of majority of the legislators manifested in the lack of quorum almost on a daily basis in the House…

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MILF urged to reject diluted BBL and pursue independence

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MILF urged to reject diluted BBL and pursue independence

LEAGUE OF BANGSAMORO ORGANIZATIONS One society of Bangsamoroorganizations by 2024 Press Release June 10, 2015 MILF urged to reject diluted BBL and pursue independence A total of 509 leaders gathered in Cotabato City Sunday, June 7 to petition the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) to reject a watered down Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) and go…

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Statement of Women Leaders on the Immediate Passage of the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL)

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Statement of Women Leaders on the Immediate Passage of the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL)

Statement of Women Leaders on the Immediate Passage of the BBL

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