Mindanaoans and citizens who do not belong to the affluent and vote-rich Metro Manila and Central Luzon always complain about Imperial Manila’s control over government resources and services. This has been the driver of the federalism train, particularly in Mindanao.
There are voices in the Philippine discussion about federalism who predict a disaster if ever a federalist system is established.
Any constitutional reform that foists federalism or enhanced devolution must be accompanied by equivalent legislation that strengthens political parties and disallows dynasties.
THE QUESTION I am often asked by people involved in local governance is: What will happen to the Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) if our country shifts to a federal structure of government?
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