inönü üniversitesi taban puanları ingilizce türkçe çeviri safirbetyenigiris.com betperguncelgiris.net princessbetguncel.com 2019 TYT Konuları malatya oto kiralama

About Aljan Quilates

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Aljan Quilates has created 130 blog entries.

Good governance will reign in BARMM

COTABATO CITY, FEBRUARY 27, 2019 – The leadership of the Bangsamoro Transition Authority (BTA), the interim government of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM), promised to deliver good governance in the new Bangsamoro government following their assumption into office on Tuesday.

Murad Ebrahim Al Haj, chair of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) who was appointed by President Rodrigo Roa Duterte as the interim Chief Minister of the BARMM, vowed to eradicate the culture of corruption and sustain the gains of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) in recent years.

“The trust and responsibility is now in our hands,” he said as he led the 80-member BTA in the ceremonial handover event at the Shariff Kabunsuan Cultural Complex inside the ARMM Compound.

“We are accountable to it,  to Allah, and our fellow Bangsamoro,” he added.

Murad summarized the main agenda of the interim government to ensure the delivery of services to the Moro and non-Moro people residing  in the BARMM.

“Our government shall take responsibility for the education of our children. Our government shall take responsibility for the health of our constituents. Our government shall take responsibility for the economic development of our region. Our government shall take responsibility for the infrastructure development of our areas. I shall be responsible for leading a morally upright bureaucracy,” he said, generating thunderous applause from the audience.

The BARMM is composed of the provinces of Maguindanao, Lanao del Sur, and the island provinces of Basilan, Sulu, and Tawi-tawi. The autonomous region’s territory has expanded to include the city of Cotabato and 63 villages in North Cotabato province following the plebiscites in these areas.

To show their sincerity, Murad announced that all BTA members will take their oath on the Holy Quran aside from the oath they took in Malacañan Palace last Friday.

Murad said the Bangsamoro people are now entering a new struggle, which is to instill the culture of good governance in the autonomous region.

“Our enemy during this struggle are not the soldiers. Our enemy is not the government. Our enemy is oppression, our enemy is exploitation, our enemies are those anti-people,” he said.

“We are now entering another level of Jihad. Our Jihad will be more intense and more challenging. Our Jihad, firstly, will be against our own self… Our enemy is graft and corruption. Our enemy is manipulation of the government. Our enemy is nepotism. Our enemy is all those ills of the government,” he added.

The establishment of the BARMM is the result of the successful ratifications of the Bangsamoro Organic Law — the legal document operationalizing the provisions of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro, including all the previous peace agreements that the government has entered into with the Moro fronts.

ARMM Governor Mujiv Hataman said he is elated at bowing down from the office since he is leaving a more developed ARMM.

Marahil nga po, nasabi ko na ang halos lahat ng masasabi ukol sa nakaraang pitong taon. Ang mga tulay at kalsada; ang mas maayos na serbisyo; ang panibagong kabanata ng kapayapaan; ang mga reporma sa pamamahala—malinaw na naman siguro sa lahat ito. Iiwan natin ang rehiyon nang mas malakas, mas maunlad…” he said, having to stop speaking for a moment as he choked back tears.

(I have probably said everything that needs to be said about the past seven years. The bridges and roads; better services; a new chapter of peace; reforms in governance–presumably everything is clear to everyone. We will be leaving the region stronger, more developed…)    

ARMM’s economic growth has improved in recent years. In 2017, its gross regional domestic product had its peak in history with 12.1 percent, making it the fastest in the country. Its employment rate also surged at 97.4 percent last year.

For his part, Presidential Peace Adviser Carlito G. Galvez Jr. said he is confident the members of the BTA can fulfill their mandate since they are people with “sincerity, dedication, and commitment in pushing for the realization of the Bangsamoro aspirations.”

“As we roll our sleeves in the coming days, I know that the BTA members are ready for the challenges ahead,” he said in a speech.

Galvez urged the the BTA to “work for the common good of the Bangsamoro People.”

“From individual to organizational, let’s transcend it to societal change in our desire for peace, progress, and prosperity,” he said.

“The bottom line here is to bring good governance through clean governmental transaction. This will show our sincerity to provide the needed services that the people in the Bangsamoro truly deserve,” the chief peace adviser added.

Galvez also emphasized the significance of unity in diversity, urging the new leadership to work together as a team.

“Just like a rainbow, it is composed of different hues. Each color is uniquely beautiful and has a special purpose. It is reflective of the various tribes and beliefs that co-exist in the Bangsamoro homeland. But we can only maximize its beauty and power if we work harmoniously and collectively,” he said.

Immediately after the ceremonial handover, the new Bangsamoro government hit the ground running as Murad called for a meeting with his Cabinet to set the direction and focus of the new administration.

Another meeting was set today to identify the parliament’s priorities for the next 100 days, which include the establishment of the key legislative structures such as Electoral, Local Government, Education, Administrative, Revenue, and Civil Service Codes.

Prior to yesterday’s event, Murad met with Galvez and Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) chair Yusop Jikiri to discuss issues that need to be resolved to ensure a seamless transition. Among them is the status of ARMM employees.

“We agreed that there will be no retrenchment. All employees, except those who are coterminous, will be retained until the end of the year,” Galvez said.

The presidential peace adviser recalled the President’s guidance to put a premium on the welfare of the Bangsamo and all Filipino.

“We should put personal interest behind and work for the common good of the Bangsamoro people. ‘Yun po ang sinasabi ng ating mahal na Presidente, malasakit para sa mga tao, so that the wellbeing of our people will be taken care of,” he said.

During his speech at the oath-taking ceremony of the BTA last week, the President emphasized to the interim government to run the new Bangsamoro region strictly following the rule of law.

“As you lead this new region towards a brighter tomorrow, I ask you never to waver in your commitment to build an institution that is founded on the rule of law, the promotion of good governance, and the defense [of] our most cherished democratic values,” the President said.

By | February 26th, 2019|MILF, MNLF, News|0 Comments

Monthly Report of Disbursements 2019

Monthly Report of Disbursem… by on Scribd

FAR-4 FEB 2019 (With signed by PAPP)URS GENERATED.pdf by Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process on Scribd

DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT HERE

FAR-4 January 2019 with sig… by on Scribd

DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT HERE

Monthly Report of Disbursem… by on Scribd

DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT HERE

By | February 18th, 2019|Transparency Seal|0 Comments

Tan: “Give MILF a chance”

PASIG CITY, February 15, 2019 — “Sana pagbigyan ng tao, followers, and politicians ang Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) kasi this [Bangsamoro Organic  Law] is a chance of a lifetime,” Deputy Presidential Peace Adviser Nabil Tan appealed during an interview with a media network yesterday in this city.


(We hope that the public, followers, and politicians would give MILF a chance because Bangsamoro Organic Law is once in a lifetime)

“Implementing this agreement is like the finale. Otherwise, we will be falling into the trap of violent extremism,” Tan added.

COMELEC’s recent proclamation of the official results of the plebiscites on the BOL held on January 21 and February 6 will pave the way for the creation of the Bangsamoro Transition Authority (BTA), the interim government of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM).

The BTA will be composed of 80 members who were appointed By by President Rodrigo Duterte. It will be led by a chief minister and two deputy chief ministers.

Incumbent officials of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) government will also be part of the interim body until their term of office ends on June 30, 2019.

With the BOL’s ratification, the ARMM is abolished and will be replaced by the BARMM which will have a Parliamentary form of government.

“Mayroong significant tasking ang BTA tulad ng important legislations na dapat mapasa. Unang-una ‘yong Bangsamoro Administrative Code, Bangsamoro Revenue Code, Bangsamoro Electoral Code, Bangsamoro Local Government Code, Bangsamoro Education Code,” Tan said.

(The BTA had its significant tasking such as important legislations that need to be passed. First is the Bangsamoro Administrative Code, Bangsamoro Revenue Code, Bangsamoro Electoral Code, Bangsamoro Local Government Code, and  Bangsamoro Education Code)

The BTA, he added, may also craft a Bangsamoro Civil Service Code but it will still be subject to the review and approval of the Civil Service Commission.

MILF in governance

When asked how ready the MILF is to handle the affairs of government, Tan said “no one is 100 percent ready”.

“However, they are ready in terms of [having the] determination to achieve good governance. Iba ‘yong sincerity nila [MILF] to govern and avoid corruption,” he added.

In line with the BTA’s operationalization, the national government is asking the help of various academic institutions such as the Development Academy of the Philippines and Ateneo de Manila University in mentoring the MILF on the fundamentals of governance.

The ratification of the BOL will also lead to the implementation of the Normalization track of the GPH-MILF peace agreement wherein 30 percent of all MILF combatants will be decommissioned.


“We have prepared for the socio-economical packages for the combatants and their families. We are also preparing for the whole transformation of the camps. I hope we’d have one direction that is corruption-free and effective in governance,” Tan said.

The plebiscite for the ratification of the BOL was held in the core territories of the ARMM, Cotabato City, and Isabela City in Basilan. A total of 1,737,767 votes were cast with a voter turnout of 87.80%.

On the other hand, 63 out of the 67 barangays in North Cotabato voted for their inclusion in the BARMM. ###


By | February 16th, 2019|MILF, MNLF, News|0 Comments

North Cotabato LGU, stakeholders support BOL

NORTH COTABATO (February 5, 2019) – “Alam po ninyo na mahal namin kayo, at dahil mahal namin kayo, we will set you free.”

(You all know that we love you, and because we love you, we will set you free.)

This was North Cotabato Board Member Atty. Roland Jungco’s message during the Multistakeholder Forum on Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) held at Southern Christian College Gymnasium, Midsayap on February 2, 2019, only four days before the conduct of the second round of plebiscite for some areas in North Cotabato and Lanao del Norte come February 6, 2019.

The forum, which was attended by residents of barangays subject for inclusion in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM), was conducted in order to inform stakeholders on the salient features of the BOL and the plebiscite process.

Also in attendance were representatives of the Local Government Unit (LGU), the academe, and various Civil Society Organizations (CSOs).

Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) Undersecretary Nabil A. Tan, Chair of the GPH Peace Implementing Panel for the GPH-MILF Peace Accords, urged his fellow Mindanaoans to support the inclusion of the areas in the BARMM. “This is the President’s commitment to peace agreements in order to bring about peace and development,” he said.

Some members of the Bangsamoro Transition Commission (BTC) who crafted the BOL were also present, including Commissioner Atty. Omar Sema who presented the salient features of the BOL; Commissioner Romeo C. Saliga who presented the features on respecting and commitment to rights of the Indigenous Peoples; Commissioner Atty. Raissa Jajurie who presented the provisions on fiscal autonomy; and Marites Completaño representing Commissioner Susana Anayatin who presented the provisions on Christian/Settler Communities.

In his presentation on the mechanics and processes on the conduct of the upcoming plebiscite, Midsayap, North Cotabato Election Officer Reynaldo Tubelonia said a total of 67 barangays are subject for inclusion in North Cotabato: 13 barangays from Midsayap; 12 barangays from Pigcawayan; 4 barangays from Aleosan; 7 barangays from Carmen; 7 barangays from Kabakan; 1 barangay from Tulunan; and 23 barangays from Pikit.

Provincial Governor Emmylou “Lala” Taliño-Mendoza, for her part, urged the residents to base their decisions on what is the best for the next generations.

“Ang kabataan ang magtataguyod ng ating napag-umpisahan at sila rin ang lubos na makikinabang (The youth will build on what we have started and they are the ones who will greatly benefit from it),” she said.

The forum was also attended by Southern Christian College president Dr. Edwin T. Balaki, Board Member Mohamad Kelie Antao, Board Member Roselie Cabaya, and Board Member Atty. Roland Jungco.

Also present were representatives of the United Bangsamoro Justice Party, Christians for Peace Movement, Yaqeen Global for Peace, Unypad, Sangguniang Kabataan Federation, League of the Bangsamoro Organization, and Social Welfare Committee.

The plebiscite is scheduled on February 6, 2019 for Lanao del Norte and the municipalities in North Cotabato where a total of 67 barangays are proposed for inclusion to the BARMM.

Malacañang declared the day a special non-working day in these areas for the conduct of the plebiscite.

By | February 5th, 2019|MILF, MNLF, News|0 Comments

Northern Lanao commits support to the Bangsamoro law

KAPATAGAN, LANAO DEL NORTE, 04 February 2019 – The people of Lanao del Norte affirmed their support for the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) two days before the conduct of the plebiscite in this province.

A resounding “yes” thundered in the municipal gym here with thousands of constituents attending the Peace Assembly on the BOL held today.

Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) Assistant Secretary Dickson Hermoso said the landmark legislation was part of the Duterte administration’s commitment to build lasting peace in Mindanao.

“The President wants the aspirations of the Bangsamoro to materialize and he’s the only President that can understand it,” he said.

He explained that with the ratification of the BOL, combatants from the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) will be decommissioned. Development programs and projects will be provided for the Bangsamoro region.

MILF Bangsamoro Transition Commissioner Abdullah Camlian said the BOL may be the last chance for the Bangsamoro people to achieve their aspirations.

“I-set aside natin ang ating personal interest. We want to change the status quo and reset the mindset of the people. Now an inclusive law is in our hands, kaya naman po sa plebisito, bumoto tayo ng yes,” he said.

(Let us set aside our personal interests. We want to change the status quo and reset the mindset of the people. An inclusive law is now in our hands that is why in this coming plebiscite, let us vote for yes)

Meanwhile, Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) Bangsamoro Transition Commissioner Omar Yasser Sema urged the people to stay vigilant during the plebiscite.

“BOL promises a democratic process as an alternative to the armed struggle that we have waged for the last 50 years. Take part in the plebiscite. Let us show them that the democratic process is true to its full extent and meaning,” Sema said.

The Peace Assembly in Lanao del Norte is part of the commitment of the OPAPP with the Commission on Elections to carry out a series of education campaigns across the areas covered by the polls to help voters make an informed decision in the plebiscite.

Also present were Munai Municipal Mayor Casan Maquiling and Maigo Municipal Mayor Rafael Rizalda, and Col. Aguam Malo Mutia, the mayoral representative from Tangkal; as well as representatives of the United Bangsamoro Justice Party, Lanao Youth Council, Civil Society Organization Forum for Peace, Lanao Norte Peace Advocate Alliance, and MRRD-Lanao del Norte.

The plebiscite is scheduled on February 6, 2019 for Lanao del Norte and the municipalities in North Cotabato where a total of 67 barangays are proposed for inclusion to the BARMM.

Malacañang declared the day a special non-working day in these areas for the conduct of the plebiscite. ###

By | February 4th, 2019|MILF, MNLF, News|0 Comments

Galvez urges Lanao leaders to protect BOL’s plebiscite

ILIGAN CITY, February 2, 2019 – Presidential Peace Adviser Carlito G. Galvez Jr. on Saturday urged local leaders of the province of Lanao del Norte to protect the integrity of the plebiscite for the inclusion of the six towns in the future Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) scheduled on February 6.

“I ask everyone to help ensure a peaceful and orderly conduct of plebiscite on February 6, 2019,” he told mayors and village chiefs during the information drive of the BOL here.

“Our commitment for a peaceful and orderly plebiscite demonstrates our pledge to uphold our democratic ideals, providing equal opportunities to freely cast our votes despite differences in opinion,” he added.

Galvez said the BOL is “a centerpiece legislation of the Duterte administration seen as a viable instrument to institute durable peace in the Bangsamoro which for years has been marred by political alienation and economic marginalization.”

“The BOL presents a pragmatic solution that addresses spur of violent extremism in the Bangsamoro,” he said.

Galvez asked everyone to “remain vigilant and observant in protecting the integrity of our votes on February 6, 2019.”

“I earnestly hope that our votes truly reflect our sentiments for peace and development in the Bangsamoro,” he added, emphasizing the their votes should not be swayed by political patronage or intimidation.

The last round of the plebiscite is scheduled in the provinces of Lanao del Norte and North Cotabato on Wednesday, February 6.

At least six towns in Lanao del Norte have been identified in the BOL for inclusion in the future Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM). Their inclusion, however, needs the consent of the entire province.

Galvez also clarified misinformation thrown against the BOL, saying the proposed inclusion of the six municipalities “does not divide the province but further widens and democratizes our opportunities for economic development and political empowerment.”

“The inclusion of the six municipalities is an opportunity for reform in governance,” he pointed out.

The Commission on Elections (COMELEC) had earlier declared the BOL ratified after majority of the voters in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) voted Yes during the first round of the plebiscite on January 21.

The plebiscite next week aims to expand the areas of the future BARMM.

The BOL is the legal foundation for the establishment of a new Bangsamoro autonomous region in Mindanao.

It is the product of the peace agreements forged between the government and the Moro fronts to address the centuries-old clamor of the Moro people for their right to self-determination.

The information drive, which is being done simultaneously in the province of North Cotabato, is part of the commitment of the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) with the Comelec to carry out a series of education campaigns across the areas covered by the polls to help voters make an informed decision in the plebiscite.

During the forum, representatives from the Bangsamoro Transition Commission (BTC) explained the salient points of the BOL.

“Importante na maintindihan natin kung bakit kayo nandito. Kasi kung naiintindihan natin ito, madali na lang para sa’tin to work for peace,” BTC Commissioner Datu Mussolini Lidasan said.

(It is important that we understand why we are here. If we understand this, the work for peace will be easier.)

The BTC provided some details of transition process from ARMM to BARMM.

“The BOL aims to bring to end the conflict in our region, which is supposedly the region of abundance. It attempts to put closure to the social divide. it is a social contract. It is a legislation for peace and unity,” BTC Commissioner Jose Lorena said

For his part, COMELEC Region X Director Renato Magbutay requested the people in Lanao del Norte to remind the voters in the province to answer all six questions in the ballots.

“There should be six votes in one ballot. Please remind your voters to answer all six questions, hindi lang po isa. We have to count all the votes, so hindi sayang ang boto,” he said.

Fr. Teresito “Chito” Soganub, one of the hostages held by the Maute group during the Marawi siege in 2017, asked the residents what alternative they have to pursue peace if not the BOL.

“Peace process means that the government and the rebel groups cannot use war as a medium of communication anymore,” he said.

In 2001, the municipalities of Nunungan, Tangkal, Munai, Pantar, Balo-i, and Tagoloan voted for inclusion in the ARMM. The upcoming plebiscite will give these six municipalities a chance to join the BARMM.

The plebiscite is scheduled on February 6, 2019 for Lanao del Norte and the municipalities in North Cotabato where a total of 67 barangays are proposed for inclusion to the BARMM.

Malacañang declared the day a special non-working day in the areas subjected to vote for the plebiscite.

 

By | February 2nd, 2019|MILF, MNLF, News|0 Comments

Forum for Peace continues in Lanao del Norte

LANAO DEL NORTE (January 26, 2019) – “Ang trabaho sa OPAPP is to bridge peace and bridge relationship… Mamotar man ta og Yes or No, unsa may mudaog, Pilipino gihapon ta,” Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) Assistant Secretary Dickson P. Hermoso said in his welcome address during the Multistakeholder Forum on BOL at the Mindanao State University (MSU) Gymnasium in Maigo, Lanao del Norte last January 24.

(It is OPAPP’s job to bridge peace and bridge relationship… whether we vote Yes or No, whatever wins, we are still Filipinos.)

“Ayohan tano ni para sa ilaha, sa atong mga anak, sa mga apo… Mubotar ta gikan sa atong kasing-kasing… Kristiyano, Muslim, Indigenous Peoples, muapial sa political exercise (because) the voice of the people is the voice of God,” he added.

(Let us put this in order for them, for our children, for our grandchildren… Let us vote from our hearts… Christians, Muslims, Indigenous Peoples, join in the political exercise because the voice of the people is the voice of God.)

A native of Mindanao and a former member of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), Hermoso concluded his talk by urging the people to move forward since the war is over.

“Paduong na ta sa progress, sa kalinaw… This is the beginning of a new dawn, paduong na ta sa progress and development sa Mindanao.”

(We are moving towards progress, towards peace… This is the beginning of a new dawn, we are all moving towards progress and development in Mindanao.)

Following the recently concluded first leg of plebiscite in the core territory of ARMM, Cotabato City, and Isabela City, the Peace Forum on Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) continues in the Province of Lanao del Norte to provide information about the BOL in anticipation of the second leg of the plebiscite on February 6 for the provinces of Lanao del Norte and some areas of North Cotabato.

Representatives from the Bangsamoro Transition Commission (BTC) were also present to further inform the masses on the salient features of the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL).

Commissioner Said Shiek reminded his fellow Lanaoeños that the BOL is “the antidote to the almost five decades of conflict here in Mindanao.”

“It will be such a waste should BOL not win,” he said.

Commissioner Atty. Datu Omar Yasser Sema also appealed for the people to take part.

“Ato ng hungkagon ang pader na nagbahin sa Muslim og Kristiyano, para maramdaman nila na sila Pilipino pud, maramdaman nila nga naay gobyerno,” he said.

(Let us now break the wall that separates the Muslims and the Christians, for them to feel that they also are Filipinos, for them to feel that the government exists.)

He also emphasized the opportunities awaiting the new Bangsamoro political entity. “The government will pour so much resources in the six municipalities to rehabilitate conflict affected areas and multiply benefits under the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao,” he said.

OPAPP also straightened out misinformation centered on the BOL, the ratification, inclusion, and the transition from Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) to Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM).

Among the local chief executives from Lanao del Norte who graced the event were Maigo Mayor Rafael C. Rizalda, Munai Mayor Casan Maquiling, Pantao Ragat Mayor Lacson Lantud and his wife Eleanor Lantud, Former Mayor of Salvador Sultan Johnny Tawantawan, Former Board Member Col. Aguam Malo representing Tangcal Mayor Fatima Mutya Tomawis, and Former Board Member Atty. Osop Omar.

In 2001, the municipalities of Nunungan, Tangkal, Munai, Pantar, Balo-i, and Tagoloan voted for inclusion in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM). The upcoming plebiscite will give these six municipalities a chance to join the BARMM.

The plebiscite is scheduled on February 6, 2019 for Lanao del Norte and the municipalities in North Cotabato where a total of 67 barangays are proposed for inclusion to the BARMM.

Malacañang declared the day a special non-working day in the areas subjected to vote for the plebiscite. ###

By | January 26th, 2019|MILF, MNLF, News|0 Comments
beylikduzu escort
Pornolar sikis izle, turk sex

pornolar

turk porn

turk sex sikis seyret

porno hd izlemek icin en ideal sex sitesi.
Pornolar sikis izle, turk sex

pornolar

turk porn

turk sex sikis seyret

porno hd izlemek icin en ideal sex sitesi.
+18 film izle
tek part film
huluhub.com
ankara escort kurtkoy escort
porn download
izmit escort didim escort denizli Escort
sex shop
escort ankara
seks kostenlose porno xxx bf hindi