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From ARMM to BARMM: Transition government to be the voice of Bangsamoro aspirations

Malacañan Palace, February 24, 2019 – Presidential Peace Adviser Carlito G. Galvez Jr. emphasized that the Bangsamoro Transition Authority (BTA) will provide the Bangsamoro people an opportunity to achieve their long-held aspirations.

“Through the BTA, the Bangsamoro people shall have stronger voice and have the power to chart their own course of development,” he said in his message during the ceremonial confirmation of Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) plebiscite canvass results and oath-taking of the members of the BTA held in Malacañan Palace.

Galvez noted that the successful conduct of plebiscite last January 21 and February 6, which resulted in the ratification of BOL and the expansion of its territory to include Cotabato City and 63 barangays in North Cotabato, confirmed that the people have been yearning for peace and progress.

“The passage and eventual ratification of the Bangsamoro Organic Law by a majority of residents in the region was a concrete manifestation of the people’s overwhelming support for the future BARMM government,” he said.

The peace adviser reminded the BTA members that the government will stand behind them as they work towards their mission of “bringing enduring peace and sustainable development in the region.”


Transition to succeed with good governance

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte presided over the oath-taking and announced that Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) Chair Al-Haj Murad Ebrahim has been appointed as the Interim Chief Minister of the transition government.

The President then challenged the newly-appointed members to promote good governance for the transition to succeed.

“Always embody the dreams and aspirations of the great men and women who came before you and fought for the recognition of your right to determine your future,” he said.

“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,” he added.

The BTA is an 80-member governing body tasked to pass crucial legislations to operationalize the BOL and exercise executive powers during the transition period.

Upon its establishment, the BTA will enact the Bangsamoro codes for Administrative, Revenue, Electoral, Local Government, and Education.

The transition government will also organize the bureaucracy of the Bangsamoro government in the transition period, which includes the approval and implementation of a transition plan, institution of a credible placement for hiring personnel, set up of offices and institutions for continued function of government, and ensure smooth operations of the first elected Bangsamoro Government in 2022.

According to the President, the success of the transition period is certain if the leaders “work for the best interest and welfare, not only of the Bangsamoro people, but every Filipino who live in that region.”

He added that he is optimistic that strife and violence in Mindanao will finally be put to rest.

“The road to peace may be long and rough, but I am glad that we have finally reached its endpoint. My only hope is that we put to rest the bitter memories of the past so that we can build a new region that is bound, not by ethnic or religious affiliation, but by a common aspiration for peaceful coexistence among our fellow Filipinos,” he said.  ###

By | February 24th, 2019|MILF, News|0 Comments

Christian communities convene to understand Bangsamoro Organic Law

COTABATO CITY, January 15, 2019 – “Ito’y isang pagkakataon para sa atin para malaman ang nilalaman ng BOL lalo na sa ating mga Kristiyano (This is an opportunity for us Christians to understand what the Bangsamoro Organic Law is all about).”


By | January 15th, 2019|MILF, News|0 Comments

Interfaith forum for BOL held in Isabela City

ISABELA CITY, Basilan, December 27, 2018 – Ulama (Islamic scholars) and Christian leaders led an interfaith forum here on Thursday to educate the residents on the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL).

The forum was held several weeks before the plebiscite scheduled on January 21, 2019 in the Autonomous Region for Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), Cotabato City and Isabela City for the ratification of the BOL. 

For Lanao del Norte, North Cotabato and the areas that filed their petitions to join the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region for Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) granted by the Comelec, the plebiscite will be on February 6, 2019.

The residents of this city, which is currently not part of the current ARMM, will be asked in the plebiscite if they are willing to include Isabela in the future Bangsamoro government.

Organizers of the event highlighted the fact that the BOL is not a religious issue but a political solution.

Cardinal Orlando Quevedo, Archbishop Emeritus of Cotabato, said the main purpose of the forum was to provide the residents here “an understanding about the BOL to achieve an informed decision during the plebiscite.”

“I am for BOL. Why? because there’s a win-win solution for all. It addresses the historical injustices against the Bangsamoro people; it recognizes the territorial sovereignty of the country, and the rights of minorities,” he told thousands of people inside the Basilan National High School Gymnasium.

Quevedo said the BOL underscores the principle of common good, which consist of three important aspects: no discrimination, no exclusion, and fairness and equity.

He advised Christian communities to be discerning when it comes to the information peddled against the BOL.

Quevedo said the BOL respect religious freedom, quoting a provision that says the people living inside the Bangsamoro territory are “free to undertake activities pursuant to their religious activities and values.”

Mohagher Iqbal, chairman of the MILF Implementing Peace Panel, explained the benefits of the BOL, saying that the intention of the law is to achieve genuine autonomy as a self-governing entity.

“The BOL was not given to us in a silver platter. We paid for it through our blood, sweat, and tears,” he said.

He said indications of real autonomy entity is “having political power — and BOL provides 55 powers of the Bangsamoro government; and fiscal autonomy or access to the resources.”

Iqbal said the ratification of the BOL will address the political clamor that the Bangsamoro people have been pushing for years.

“War is temporary. Peace is final,” he said as he thanked the President Rodrigo Duterte for shepherding the passage of the BOL.

For his part, ARMM Governor Mujiv Hataman said it is “very important for the Isabela to join the Bangsamoro government.”

“The face of Basilan is Isabela City. We fear that Isabela will be left behind if they will not join the Bangsamoro,” he said.

“This is very important because Christians here could listen directly from Cardinal Quevedo clarifying unfounded fears regarding the BOL,” he added.

“But at the end of the day, it is the decision of the people if they want to join or not. At least, the interfaith forum provides them accurate information so that when they make decision it is based on correct information,” Hataman said.

Presidential Peace Adviser Carlito Galvez Jr. said the BOL was anchored on the Duterte administration’s principle of inclusivity. 

“What does this mean? It means the BOL is a law that would benefit everyone regardless of ideology, tribe, or religion,” he said.

“More importantly, the law gives due recognition to the identity of all residents living within the Bangsamoro territory. So whether you are a Moro, Christian, or Lumad, rest assured that your rights and welfare will be protected,” he added.

Galvez, who successfully established a good relationship with the MILF when he was the commander of the military’s 104th Brigade in Basilan, said the BOL is the culmination of “our efforts to give our Moro brothers and sisters the opportunity to take ownership of the landmark measure and finally achieve our dream of genuine and meaningful self-governance.”

As the new peace adviser, Galvez vowed to push the ratification of the BOL.

“Now I am standing here as a brother of peace, making sure the peace agreement is well implemented — starting with the ratification of the Bangsamoro Organic Law,” he said.

Other speakers of the forum included Bangsamoro Transition Commission commissioner Susana Anayati and Dr. Aboulkhair Tarason, the Chairman of the Basilan Ulama Supreme Council (BUSC). ###

By | December 27th, 2018|MILF, MNLF, News|0 Comments

Dureza: Peace process requires dealing with the past

PASAY CITY, October 17, 2018 – Presidential Peace Adviser Jesus Dureza on Tuesday emphasized the importance of dealing with the past in addressing the needs of those who are affected by conflict in the country.

“In the peace process, we need to have social healing by going back to the past. Hindi natin pwedeng kalimutan ‘yan (We must not forget the past),” Dureza said during an Interagency Orientation Workshop spearheaded by the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) in this city on October 16.


By | October 17th, 2018|MILF, News|0 Comments

PAMANA projects to boost Camarines Norte development

LABO, Camarines Norte, October 5, 2018 – The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) lauded the local and national government for working together to implement projects that benefit their constituents in conflict-affected areas.


By | October 5th, 2018|News, PAMANA|0 Comments

Cayetano: I wish OPAPP to become ‘irrelevant’

PICC HALL, MANILA (September 21, 2018) – “I wish I live to see the day you are irrelevant.”

This was the message of Foreign Affairs Secretary Allan Peter Cayetano to executives and personnel of the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace (OPAPP) in his remarks during the celebration of the agency’s 25th Founding Anniversary.


By | September 22nd, 2018|News|0 Comments
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