PEACE PROJECT FOR POLITICAL LEADERS LAUNCHEDAn unprecedented effort to bring together major stakeholders of the peace process in a no-holds-barred open discussion has been realized following a forum held here yesterday with top executive officials of local government units from the island provinces of ARMM in attendance.
JUMPSTARTING GOVERNANCE FOR PEACE AND STABILITY
Officially titled “Promoting Political Climate and Stability for Peace in the Bangsamoro”, The Pro Politics for Peace project will be ceremoniously launched at the Marco Polo Hotel, Davao City on May 10, 2015. It aims to jumpstart the continuing effort to harness the participation of LGUs, PPOCs, and Local Political Leaders in the continuing debate on the concept of autonomy within the broader peace process.
SECURITY AND NORMALIZATION ISSUES OF THE PROVINCE OF LANAO DEL SUR
The summit gathered the Mayors, civil society organizations, media, PNP, AFP, PDEA, as well as Persons With Disabilities (PWD) to a one-day discussion and workshop to tackle the alarming security concerns in the Province of Lanao del Sur. The participants joined the members of the normalization bodies to workout and come up with recommendations by which they can collaborate to address the provincial security and policing concerns.
IAG’S CAB NORMALIZATION FORUM IN BASILAN OPENS NEW PATH TO PEACE
The Institute for Autonomy and Governance (IAG) shone a new ray of peace upon the resource-rich island province when it oriented the members of the provincial peace and order council (PPOC) on the disarmament and socio-economic development features of the two-year old peace agreement between the Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF).
PEACE, SECURITY, AND NORMALIZATION ISSUES OF MAGUINDANAO
The provincial government of Maguindanao convened the Provincial Peace and Order Council (PPOC), Peace and Development Council (PDC), and the Provincial Diasaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC) on 7 October 2015 in Buluan, Maguindanao.
TAWI-TAWI TAKES ON THE PEACE PROCESS: LINKING THE PEACE PROCESS WITH LOCAL PEACE AND SECURITY MECHANISM
The Provincial Government of Tawi-tawi commended Saturday, the efforts of different stakeholders including Civil Society Organizations in extending their support and assistance in addressing the peace and order concerns of the province through the Provincial Peace and Order Council Consultative Meeting last December 5, 2015 in Bongao, Tawi-tawi.
LANAO DEL SUR CITIZENS AND GOVERNMENT SPECIAL BODIES ARTICULATE LOCAL SECURITY ISSUES AND CONCERNS AMID THE NON-PASSAGE OF THE BBL
The growing anxiety over the non-passage of the BBL and the jittery peace and security situation of Lanao del Sur and Marawi City, compelled some concerned citizens and CSOs to call for an up-close dialogue between and among the leaders of government agencies and special bodies, leaders of the civil society, AFP officials, and the Joint Normalization Committee (JNC) of the GPH-MILF talks.
PEACE AND SECURITY EXPERTS ARTICULATED THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE NON-PASSAGE OF THE BBL TO PEACE AND SECURITY
The current peace process between the Government of the Philippines and Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) was apportioned a huge setback in late February 2016 with the non-passage of the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL).
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Representatives of the ARMM led by Regional Governor Mujiv Hataman faced the Senate Committee on Finance (Subcommittee E) chaired by Senator Panfilo Lacson to seek endorsement of the region’s 33.469B budget to the Senate plenary.
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