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Putting weapons beyond use: Former fighters and their families now ready for decommissioning

Babu Psung, 60, from Sultan Sa Barongis, Maguindanao, was among the hundreds of Bangsamoro residents who witnessed the inauguration of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao yesterday. She is the wife of a grizzled MILF combatant.

In an interview, she shared her journey from being a perennial evacuee or “bakwit” of armed conflict to becoming a catalyst of peace and development. She attributes this life-changing transformation to the gains of the peace process.

Babu Psung recalled how she and her family lived in constant fear of when the next armed conflict will break out in the community. She had never gotten used to the sound of gunfire although her husband had been a combatant long before they were married.

This is the reason why she could not hold back her tears when she learned that her family will finally be leaving behind a dark chapter in their lives.

With the formal decommissioning of her husbands and thousands of MILF fighters, she believes that the Bangsamaoro people can look ahead to a brighter future.

Natuntayan nami dn sa noget den a nyabay (decomissioning) na ipedtagu dn su mga tambak ka di ren penggamiten; dikna ip’d-surender uged na ip’dtagu,”she said when asked how she felt about the decommissioning process.

(We already learned that this (decommissioning) will put weapons beyond use. This is not to surrender them but just to set them aside.)

Asked about her expectations on how the next steps of the process will affect them, she answered, “Nya katundug na kabagenggay sa mga project a para sa tanan. Dikna maya ipendwal bu isa-isa uged a project a magamit nu madakel para sa uyag-uyag.”

(The next phase is the implementation of projects for all. These are not dole outs but livelihood projects that will benefit everyone.)

In conclusion, she said her whole family and the rest of their community fully support the Normalization Track, adding they are ready and excited for the decommissioning process to begin.

Former fighters: We are ready

Meanwhile, among the combatants who are set to undergo the decommissioning process is Bapa Imam, 60, who became a combatant since the Martial Law era.

Imam recounted the hardships he and his comrades experienced during the decades-long armed struggle.

Mabagel ged i kab’ng-gyera sa’ntu a timpu, malegen i natala name,” he said.

(Battles were intense during those times. It was a hard time for us.)

When asked on how he felt that the Bangsamoro people have achieved their long held dream of genuine and meaningful self-governance and will be part of the decommissioning process, he said, “Nya nami ganggiginawa samaya na gapyay ginawa nami sa nasampay nami pan inya.”

(We feel genuinely happy that we are able to witness [these milestones].)

Imam concluded by expressing the collective aspirstions of the combatants to be decommissioned: “Kab’nggobyerno anya na mana bun ig – u malebug sa pulu na malebug bun taman sa baba. Pangeni-Ngenin ta na mapya i proseso ka ‘ndu malingaw i katamanan.”

(Governance can be compared to running water; fuzzy water upstream leads to fuzzy water downstream. Let us pray that clear processes will guide us along the way.)

Normalization Track: Sustaining the gains of peace and development

The major components under the Normalization Track are security, socio-economic development, confidence-building and Transitional Justice and Reconciliation.

The Joint Normalization Committee (JNC), which is under the oversight of the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP), will oversee the conduct of activities under the Normalization Track of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro (CAB).

The CAB was signed by the Philippine Government and the MILF  in 2014, which ended more than four decades of armed conflict in Mindanao. ###

By | March 30th, 2019|Features, MILF|0 Comments

PRRD leads BARRM inauguration

COTABATO CITY, March 29, 2019 – With a bang of a gong, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on Friday officially inaugurated the establishment of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) inside the Shariff Kabunsuan Cultural Complex.

The BARMM is an offshoot of the ratification of the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) last February that the President himself campaigned for.

“May I just express in front of you my extreme happiness. It gives me the high that we were able to realize at least a part of what the entire country have wished for the Bangsamoro in Mindanao,” Duterte said referring to the Bangsamoro government at the ceremony.

The President’s statement generated thunderous applause from the audience inside the theater-like complex.

Duterte said he trusts the leaders of the Bangsamoro Transition Authority (BTA), the interim government, to work for the “succeeding generations of the Filipinos especially the Moros in Mindanao.”

“As we enter the transition period, I ask everyone to work towards building lasting peace and inclusive progress that will benefit all Mindanaons and entire country,” the President said.

“As we mark a new chapter in our history I call upon all Bangsamoro to take advantage of this opportunity and finally correct the historical injustice and forget the bitterness of the past so that we embrace each other as Filipinos,” he emphasized.

Before the President ended his speech, he reiterated the promise he made during his last visit in Cotabato City during the campaign for the BOL.

“My solemn promise to you is a sacred one which I also promised to Allah. In my term and for the next three years, we will work and truly work for the benefit of the Bangsamoro,” he said.

On Friday, the members of the BTA conducted their maiden session with the election of a new set of officers of the BARMM.

The BTA elected former Lanao del Sur Congressman Ali Pangalian Balindong as the speaker of the interim parliamentary-form government, while Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) leader Hatimil Hassan was voted as the deputy speaker.

Lanang Ali, Jr. and former executive secretary of the ARMM Laisa Masuhud Alamia were elected as majority and minority floor leader respectively.

The BTA also named Raby Angkal as secretary-general and Dan Dimakenal as sergeant-at-arms.

Al Hajj Ahod Ebrahim or better known as Murad Ebrahim, the interim chief minister, emphasized the five pillars that the BTA will work on under his leadership. These are education, health, economic development, strategic infrastructure, and moral leadership.

“We shall prioritize the approval of the transition plan that will define the organizational structure of the BARMM and gradual phasing out of the offices,” he said in his inaugural speech.

The chief minister said the ceremony marks a history for the Bangsamoro people with a “new kind of jihad–a jihad against poverty, against want, and against neglect.”

“When we started the revolution, we took an oath to the Quran. Today, as we start our governance, we will also do the same,” Ebrahim said as he led the BTA members in an oath on the holy Quran.

Ebrahim said they have been “guided in our armed struggle by the tenets of Islam. We will also be guided by the teaching of Islam in delivering the trust that has been given to us.”

“To run the Bangsamoro Government through the brand of leadership Islam advocates–that is moral governance,” he noted.

“It signifies our collective resolve to institute good governance in the Bangsamoro Region,” he said, adding that “as we start the Bangsmaoro government, we vow to make moral governance as the foundation of this leadership.”

Ebrahim said they will also continue the fight against illegal drugs.

In a statement, Presidential Peace Adviser Carlito G. Galvez Jr. said five years after the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front signed the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro (CAB), “the Moro and non-Moro people in the new autonomous region are now gradually enjoying the peace dividends from the said agreement.”

“At the heart of the peace agreement is the transformation process, which covers not only the establishment of the BARMM, the creation of a new political structure, and the changing of the lives of the people in the area, but also providing social justice, healing, and reconciliation,” he said.

“The Bangsamoro is now undergoing a renaissance period. A new dawn has finally emerged in the region,” he added

The Peace Adviser noted that the only way to truly bring to life the CAB is for everyone to “be on board the peace process and contribute to the success of all the signed Bangsamoro peace agreements.”###

By | March 30th, 2019|MILF, MNLF|0 Comments

Statement of Presidential Peace Adviser Carlito G. Galvez Jr on the Inauguration of the Bangsamoro Parliament

Five years after the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) signed the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro (CAB), the Moro and non-Moro people in the new autonomous region are now gradually enjoying the peace dividends from the said agreement.

The Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) which sets the legal foundation of the CAB, had been passed and ratified by the people. As an offshoot, a new autonomous region called the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) is now in place, with a wider territory and with a stronger political structure reflective of the genuine sentiments of the inhabitants of the area.

The Bangsamoro Transition Authority (BTA), the interim government, is now working under the leadership of the Moro revolutionary leaders and dedicated stakeholders.

On Friday, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte will witness the official inauguration of the new parliamentary form of government in the Bangsamoro. Equally important, the President will also witness the official handover of the list of the MILF combatants who will be decommissioned and their weapons that will be put beyond use under the normalization track of the signed peace agreement.

Soon, the people who have felt the brunt of decades of armed conflict will be undergoing holistic transformation.

At the heart of the peace agreement is the transformation process, which covers not only the establishment of the BARMM, the creation of a new political structure, and the changing of the lives of the people in the area, but also providing social justice, healing, and reconciliation.

The Bangsamoro is now undergoing a renaissance period. A new dawn has finally emerged in the region.

As we move forward, let us not forget the martyrs in this struggle, the men and women who made this change possible. They made the ultimate sacrifice for the achievement of the milestones and developments the people in the new autonomous region will avail.

I encourage everyone to be on board the peace process and contribute to the success of all the signed Bangsamoro peace agreements. In this way we can truly bring to life  the true meaning of the CAB.###

By | March 29th, 2019|MILF, MNLF|0 Comments

Full medical attention being provided to Fernandez, wife – Galvez

March 29, 2019 – Presidential Peace Adviser Carlito G. Galvez Jr. assured on Thursday that National Democratic Front (NDF) consultant Francisco “Frank” Fernandez and his wife Cleofe Lagtapon are being given full medical attention following their arrest on March 24 in Liliw, Laguna.

“I visited the two in the Army General Hospital (AGH) yesterday, and the Philippine Army is providing them the best medical care that they need,” the peace adviser said.

“They also have dedicated nurses to ensure that their medical needs are attended round the clock,”he added.

Fernandez, 71, and Lagtapon, 66, were nabbed along with Ge-Ann Perez, 20, by combined operation of the police and the Army last Sunday and were charged with illegal possession of firearms and explosives, and violation of the election gun ban.

The NDF consultant is also facing four warrants for murder and multiple murder.

Galvez also debunked the claims of human rights group Karapatan in a statement that the couple, along with another arrested NDF consultant Renante Gamara, are being denied access to their legal counsel.

“What they are saying is a brazen lie. I can attest that the couple were able to meet their lawyers. They can always seek guidance from them. We also assure the couple that we will respect their rights,” he said.

The peace adviser guaranteed that the government will respect and follow the couple’s right to due process. ###

By | March 29th, 2019|CPP-NPA-NDF, News|0 Comments
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