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Galvez: Peace agreement with RPA-ABB, a model for localized peace engagements

Jamindan, Capiz, March 26, 2019 –  Presidential Peace Adviser Carlito G. Galvez Jr. underscored on Tuesday that the government’s agreement with the Rebolusyonaryong Partido Ng Manggagawa-Pilipinas/Revolutionary Proletarian Army-Alex Boncayao Brigade-Tabara Paduano Group (RPM-P/RPA-ABB-TPG) is a successful example of the localized peace engagements being advocated by the government. 

During the dialogue with the RPM-P/RPA-ABB-TPG/Kapatiran para sa Progresibong Panlipunan (KAPATIRAN) in this municipality, Galvez noted that the transition plan to be implemented by the government is part of the Whole-of-Nation approach under the EO 70 directive of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte to end local communist insurgency and attain inclusive and sustainable peace. 

KAPATIRAN is an organization composed of members of the RPM-P/RPA/ABB-TPG, which signed a peace agreement with the government in 2000. 

“Sa mga meetings and engagements ko noong nakaraang araw, partikular na ang mga tungkol sa EO 70, lagi kong hinahalimbawa ang pakikipag-usap sa inyong grupo bilang produkto ng tagumpay ng localized peace engagements,” he said. 

(In my recent meetings and engagements, particularly about the EO 70, I always cite our dialogues  with your group as a product of the success of localized peace engagements.)

The peace adviser also said that the success of the implementation of the RPM-P/RPA-ABB-TPG’s various programs can be replicated in the ongoing localized peace engagements with the Communist Party of the Philippines – New People’s Army – National Democratic Front (CPP-NPA-NDF).

The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) and partner national government agencies will be working together on the realization of a three-year plan for the development of RPM-P/RPA-ABB-TPG’s communities and the transformation of its members into productive members of the society. 

“Once na nabigay na ang lahat ng nakapaloob sa agreement, pipirma tayo ng exit agreement by end of 2021 or by early 2022, bago po matapos ang termino ng ating Presidente,” Galvez said. 

(Once we fulfill all components of the agreement, we will be signing an exit agreement by end or 2021 or by early 200, before the President’s term ends.)

During his visit to Negros Occidental last March 8, Galvez said OPAPP has already allocated around Php 500 million in line with the transition plan, which includes social protection programs, capacity development, livelihood and employment assistance, housing assistance and financial assistance to 727 former combatants and their families. 

These programs will support the five components of the Clarificatory Implementing Document (CID), namely: Disposition of Arms and Forces (DAF) and Security Arrangements; Social and Economic Reintegration of the RPMP/RPA/ABB-TPG/KAPATIRAN; Release of the remaining Alleged Political Offenders; Transformation of the members into civilian organization engaging in socio-economic and political activities; and Community Peace Dividends.

The peace adviser noted that the assistance to be given to beneficiaries is part of President Duterte’s commitment to honor all peace agreements during his administration. 

“Napakahalaga na hindi lang natatapos sa isang pirmahan ang usaping pangkapayapaan. Hangarin namin ang pangarap ng ating pangulo na mabigyan kayo ng magandang buhay,” he said. 

(The peace process doesn’t end in the signing of an agreement. We also want to fulfill the President’s dream of giving you a better life).

Joint body overseeing CID implementation pledges support to the transition 

The members of the Joint Enforcement and Monitoring Committee (JEMC), the five-member body tasked to oversee and monitor the implementation of the commitments under the CID has pledged to work hand in hand to fast-track the implementation of the document’s various components. 

Department of National Defense (DND) Undersecretary Cesar Yano assured members of the KAPATIRAN that the government will accelerate the development and delivery of government services. 

“What’s important is action. We assure you that we will work very fast” Yano said. 

Meanwhile, Veronica Tabara, chairperson of the KAPATIRAN, committed that her group will fulfill all their commitments under the disposition of firearms and forces component of the CID. 

Tabara said she will also ensure the “full transformation” of her group’s members. 

“We will continue to help the people and government for us to attain lasting peace in our communities,” she said in Hiligaynon. 

Aside from Yano and Tabara, other members of the JEMC are OPAPP consultant Milo S. Ibrado Jr., Mr. Ramel Farol of KAPATIRAN, and Pastor Noel Villarba as third party representative.

Also present during the event were Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) 3rd Infantry Division Commander, Maj. Gen. Dinoh Dolina who committed the 3rd ID’s support for future activities and initiatives of the group; AFP Peace and Development Office Chief BGen. Cesar De Mesa and Philippine National Police (PNP) Peace Process and Development Office Head Chief Supt. Gerardo Rosales.

Abang-Lingkod Party-list representative Stephen Paduano also graced the gathering where he reiterated his support for the conclusion of the peace process with former RPMP/RPA/ABB-TPG comrades. ###

By | March 26th, 2019|CPP-NPA-NDF, News, RPM-P/RPA/ABB|0 Comments

Whole-of-Nation approach to resolve decades of insurgency

Jamindan, Capiz March 25, 2019 – Ending decades of communist insurgency and attaining inclusive and sustainable peace in the country can be achieved through the concerted efforts of national and local government agencies, local government units, sectoral groups, and the military, Armed of Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Chief of Staff General Benjamin Madrigal Jr. said on Monday.

During the Whole-of-Nation commitment activity held in this municipality, Madrigal expressed optimism the armed conflict between the national government and the rebel group will find closure under the term of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte. 

“Confident tayo lalong lalo na with the creation of National Task Force (to End Local Communist Armed Conflict) kung lahat tayo ay magkakaisa, magsasama-sama, dahil sabi nga hindi lang military ang makakasagot ng problema na ito. Lahat tayo,” he said. 

(We are confident especially with the creation of National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict if we all unite. The military cannot resolve this alone. All of us.)

At the event organized by the 3rd Infantry Division of the Philippine Army (3ID PA),  the representatives from the government and various sectors pledged their commitment to end the communist insurgency in Western Visayas through the Whole-of-Nation approach.

The said approach is anchored on Executive Order 70 issued by President Duterte in December 2018 which seeks to put an end to the armed conflict with the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its armed wing, the New People’s Army (NPA).

Through this multi-pronged strategy, the government will prioritize and harmonize the delivery of basic services and social development packages in conflict-affected and conflict-vulnerable communities, facilitate societal inclusivity, and ensure active participation of all sectors of society in pursuit of the country’s peace agenda.

According to Madrigal, local government units will play a key role in the success of this approach. 

“Pinakamahalaga ang mga local chief executives dahil kailangan magkaroon ng mga champions sa pagpapatupad nito. Sabi nga natin sa mga areas kung saan maganda ang resulta ng ating counter-insurgency efforts, mga local chief executives talaga ang namuno,” Madrigal said. 

(The most important component in this effort are the local chief executives because they are the champions in its implementation. In the areas where the results of our counter-insurgency efforts are successful, they were led by our local chief executives.)

The NPA has been conducting guerilla-styled warfare in the countryside for almost 50 years with the aim of setting-up a socialist form of government by overthrowing the democratically-elected one.

For the past 32 years and over several administrations, the national government and the communist group have held intermittent negotiations but have not produced a peace deal. 

In his message during the event, Presidential Adviser on Peace, Reconciliation, and Unity Carlito Galvez Jr. said his office aims to replicate the gains of the Bangsamoro peace process in the implementation of the local peace engagements. 

“Ang MILF (Moro Islamic Liberation Front) at MNLF (Moro National Liberation Front), hindi po kami magiging successful kung national level lang po ang aming pag-uusap,” he said. 

(Our talks with the MILF and MNLF will not be successful if we limited our talks in the national level.)

Galvez explained that by engaging local actors of conflict, critical peace and security issues on the ground will be better addressed. 

On March 26, the peace adviser will be having a dialogue with the leadership of Rebolusyonaryong Partido ng Manggagawa ng Pilipinas Revolutionary Proletarian Army – Alex Boncayao Brigade (RPMP/RPA/ABB-TPG) to craft the multi-year transition plan which will transform their former members into active and productive members of the society.

Galvez also said that with his office’s expanded scope of work, it will help “break the generational chain of violence through peacebuilding, reconciliation, and unity.”

Meanwhile, Major General Dinoh Dolina, Commander of the 3ID operating in the Visayas region, attributed the increasing number of rebels in the region coming back to the folds of law to the holistic approach in supporting the communities mired by conflict. 

“Kaakibat namin ang iba’t ibang mga government agencies to really address kung ano ang mga problema na nakikita namin upang mabigyan ng agarang solusyon,” he said. 

(We are partnering with different government agencies to really address the problems we are seeing to be given an immediate solution). 

Ilonggos back Whole-of-Nation approach 

 In a message delivered by Maria Lourdes Miado on behalf of Western Visayas National Economic and Development Agency (NEDA) Regional Director Ro-Ann Bacal, the latter called for unity among the people to achieve sustainable peace in the region. 

“Along with other developing countries, our country long for genuine peace and sustainable development. But peace and development in our country, and our region in particular, will remain elusive unless we work together as one,” Bacal said. 

For her part, Western Visayas Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Regional Director Ma. Evelyn Macapobre echoed Bacal’s sentiments, noting that other government agencies aside from the military can also contribute in the work for peace. 

“We work to achieve peace using our ballpens, using our talents, and doing the best that we can to deliver government services,” she said.  

Meanwhile, Archbishop of Capiz Jose Advincula, represented by Father Cyril Villareal, threw the Catholic church’s full support behind the government’s peace efforts. 

“Undeniably, the Whole-of-Nation approach to attain peace is very much aligned with the church’s vision to attain peace.” he said.

By | March 25th, 2019|CPP-NPA-NDF, News, RPM-P/RPA/ABB|0 Comments

GRP Panel to be reconstituted for holistic localized peace engagements

PASIG CITY, March 20, 2019 – The termination of appointments of the members of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) Negotiating Panel will pave the way for the creation of an inclusive panel that will supervise localized peace engagements, Presidential Peace Adviser Carlito Galvez Jr. said on Wednesday.

According to Galvez, the composition of the new panel will be based on the Colombian model which includes representatives from different sectoral groups, local government units, and the military whose presence are essential to the peace negotiations.

“The discontinuance of the services of the members of the GRP panel is in line with the termination of peace talks with the NDFP (National Democratic Front Panel). But we will reconstitute the panel at a national scope in accordance with the whole-of-nation approach we are advocating to achieve inclusive and sustainable peace,” he said.

As contained in a letter from Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea addressed to the GRP panel members, their services were officially terminated by the Office of the President last March 18, Monday.

The peace talks between the government and NDFP, which represents the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its armed wing, the New People’s Army (NPA), has been intermittent since it began in 1986.

From 2016, there has been four rounds of talks between the two parties, but the formal negotiation was terminated along with Joint Agreement on Safety and Immunity Guarantees (JASIG) through Proclamation 360 by President Rodrigo Duterte on November 2017 because of intensified NPA offensives on government forces and private installations.

“For 32 years, we didn’t gain anything from the talks, and it is being used by the CPP-NPA as a leverage for them to strengthen their forces and take advantage of the sincerity of the government,” Galvez noted.

Galvez said that President Duterte has ordered the review of past agreements with the NDFP.

“That is why we are temporarily suspending the implementation of The Hague Joint Declaration and Comprehensive Agreement for the Respect of Human Rights and International Humanitarian Laws (CARHRIHL) until they are fully evaluated by the Office of the President,” he said.

LGUs: Vital partners in peace engagements

The peace adviser also stressed that the participation of the local government in the peace engagements is essential in resolving social issues that have been the root causes of the decades-old insurgency.

“OPAPP and other national government agencies will pour in its resources in support of our local chief executives and local peace bodies in their facilitation of their engagements and interventions,” he said.

In December 2018, President Rodrigo Duterte issued EO 70 which institutionalized a whole-of-nation approach in attaining peace and created a National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict.

During his visit in Negros Occidental last March 8, the peace adviser committed to provide assistance packages to former members and families of Revolutionary Proletarian Army – Alex Boncayao Brigade (RPA-ABB) as well as ex-NPA rebels.

“The EO 70 is very effective in ensuring the delivery of services and social development packages to everyone affected by conflict. We are very confident that the insurgency and its causes will be addressed and resolved under the current administration,” he said.

By | March 20th, 2019|CPP-NPA-NDF, News, RPM-P/RPA/ABB|0 Comments

OPAPP to provide assistance to RPA-ABB members and former NPA rebels

Bacolod City, March 16, 2019 – The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) will be providing around Php 500 million worth of livelihood and social protection assistance to former members of the Revolutionary Proletarian Army – Alex Boncayao Brigade (RPA-ABB) and their families as part of its efforts to achieve inclusive and sustainable peace in the region.

According to Presidential Peace Adviser Carlito G. Galvez Jr. during his visit to Negros Occidental last March 8, the assistance package will include social protection programs, capacity development, livelihood and employment assistance, housing assistance and financial assistance to former combatants and their families.

“We are committed to help former combatants in their transformation to productive and normal civilian lives. We want them to feel the dividends of peace,” he said.

The assistance is part of the implementation of the Clarificatory Implementing Document (CID) to the 2000 Peace Agreement, formulated in consultation with the Rebolusyonaryong Partido ng Manggagawa ng Pilipinas-Revolutionary Proletarian Army-Alex Boncayao Brigade Tabara-Paduano Group and Kapatiran para sa Progresibong Lipunan (RPMP/RPA/ABB-TPG/KAPATIRAN) and concurred by various national government agencies.

The CID have five components, namely: Disposition of Arms and Forces (DAF) and Security Arrangements; Social and Economic Reintegration of the RPMP/RPA/ABB-TPG/KAPATIRAN; Release of the remaining Alleged Political Offenders; Transformation of the members into civilian organization engaging in socio-economic and political activities; and Community Peace Dividends.

While the document is expected to be signed this year, the government have already began  undertaking socio-economic interventions to boost development in the communities.

As part of its Community Peace Dividends (CPD) program, 100 barangays jointly identified by TPG and the Armed Forces of the Philippines and Philippine National Police received grants to support livelihood and enterprise development and community-based impact projects.

Ninety one of these areas are from Region VI while some are located in Davao City (6), Bukidnon (2), and Ilocos Sur (1) where community impact projects were implemented by their respective community livelihood associations.

These 100 associations organized under Payapa at Masaganang Pamayanan – Department of Social Welfare and Development (PAMANA-DSWD) Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) received Php 500,000 seed capital for their own projects.

Under its Socio-Economic Reintegration Program, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) entered into an agreement with the KAPATIRAN for the establishment of Peace Development Community (PDC) sites in 2017 and 2018 to provide support to the social and economic reintegration of their members.

These PDC sites will be provided with housing, tenurial security, access roads, electricity and water, potable water, health services, educational facilities, livelihood assistance and common service facilities.

DENR also engaged with the KAPATIRAN in seedling production and other agro-forestry activities and employed 128 RPA-TPG members as Forest Guards under the National Greening Program.

In the Social Protection Program, 439 members of RPA-TPG and 8,963 individuals from CPD areas are currently beneficiaries of PAMANA-Philhealth Program for 2018 while 60 family members of the group and CPD members are grantees under the PAMANA-Commission on Higher Education (PAMANA-CHED) Study Grant Program.

Meanwhile, Galvez assured members of the New People’s Army (NPA), who opted to return to the mainstream and live a normal and peaceful life, that OPAPP will design an exclusive benefit package aside from the Enhanced-Comprehensive Local Integration Program (E-CLIP) benefits they will be receiving.

“We’re hoping that this will attract more rebels to go back to the folds of law,” he said.

Galvez added that his office will continue supporting localized peace engagements as national government-led peace talks were used by the communist insurgents to “regain lost ground and reconstitute its NPA forces.”

“For more than 30 years of negotiations with the NDF (National Democratic Front), the government has given so much concessions just to build confidence, and for them to abandon their armed struggle. But the government did not gain anything from the peace talks” he said.  

The peace adviser also said that a whole-of-nation approach is the most effective way to end the decades-long insurgency in the countryside.

“The promise of the President to achieve enduring peace will be pursued aggressively through EO 70, a mechanism that is timely and effective, given the current state of insurgency,” he said.

President Rodrigo Duterte issued EO 70 last December 4, 2018 which institutionalize a whole-of-nation approach in attaining peace and creates a National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict.

OPAPP is a member of the task force along with 18 other government agencies. ###

 

By | March 15th, 2019|CPP-NPA-NDF, News, RPM-P/RPA/ABB|0 Comments

Dureza talks peace with Filipinos in New York

MANILA, April 27, 2018 – Presidential Peace Adviser Jesus G. Dureza showcased the inclusive approach of the government in peacebuilding during a briefing with the Filipino community at the Philippine Consulate in New York City yesterday.

Fresh from his speaking engagements during the high-level meeting on peace and sustaining peace at the United Nations (UN) General Assembly, Secretary Dureza met with the group to underscore the importance of incorporating the public in the peace process.

“You have to address the bigger table. The bigger table is the public. Because even if I sign agreements with the smaller table (rebel groups), ‘pag hindi tinanggap ng publiko wala ding mangyayari (nothing will happen if the public does not accept it),” he said.

Citing the failure of the previous Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) to be passed by Congress in 2016, Dureza said legislators vote for measures consistent with the sentiments of their constituents.

Aside from engaging the general public, the peace adviser also emphasized the need to continue the dialogue with rebel groups that already have peace agreements with the government.

Mayroon pa tayong mga nagrebelde sa gobyerno na tumalima na ngayon (There are a number of rebels who have now come back to the folds of the law). We cannot just leave them alone,” he said.

The government is currently working on the completion of the peace process with the Rebolusyonaryong Partido ng Manggagawa ng Pilipinas/Revolutionary Proletarian Army/Alex Boncayao Brigade and the Cordillera People’s Liberation Army/Cordillera Bodong Administration.

Dureza said in all the efforts the government is undertaking, there is also the need to improve the lives of the people affected by conflict.

“Our work for peace is not only negotiations now. It is also a nexus with development. Kailangan nating ma-improve ang lives ng mga tao sa mga areas na yan. Buong bayan sana kung pwede (We need to improve the lives of the people in those areas. The whole country if possible),” he said.  ###

Statement of Presidential Peace Adviser Jesus Dureza on his meeting with President Duterte regarding updates on the peace process with some Cabinet members, including Secretaries Silvestre Bello III, Liza Masa, Judy Taguiwalo, and Rafael Mariano at Malacañang

We met with President Duterte until late last night and discussed the directions and possible next steps in our peace engagements with the Communist Party of the Philippines/New People’s Army/National Democratic Front (CPP/NPA/NDF), the Bangsamoro, the Cordillerans, and the other stakeholders.

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