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Privilege Speech of the Hon. Tupay Loong, 1st District of Sulu

Bismillahi Rahman nir Rahim.
In the name of Almighty God, the Most Beneficent, and the Most MErciful.

Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmantullahi Taala wa Barakatuhu.
Peace and the Blessing of Almighty God be Upon All of Us.

Mr. Speaker, honorable colleagues, ladies and gentlemen, good day.

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Privilege Speech of Deputy Speaker Pangalian M. Balindong

Mr. Speaker, esteemed colleagues in this House of Representatives, ladies and gentlemen:

I rise on a matter of personal and collective privilege to address you all today, to assert, and to plead for the cause of peace, for this House of Representatives to do what is right and finish the deliberations on the Bangsamoro Basic Law.

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Australia reaffirms support for Philippines peace process

Today I met with the Philippines Presidential Advisor on the Peace Process between the Government of the Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) to reaffirm Australia’s support for the peace process.

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OPAPP distributes 136 boats, nets to E. Samar fishermen

PNA | TACLOBAN CITY -- The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) has distributed 136 boats and fishing nets as livelihood assistance to

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Finding Peace in Bangsamoro

The University of the Philippines released a bi-monthly UP Forum for the months of May-June to July-August 2015 with a special double issue on the prospects of peace in the Bangsamoro communities in Mindanao.

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PRRD sees difficult talks ahead, but open to settlement with Reds

EXTRA MILE FOR PEACE. President Rodrigo Duterte (fourth from left) extends handshake to NDF consultants as gesture of commitment to pursue peace despite the recent sharp exchanges with the communist rebels. Also in this photo are (L-R): GPH panel member Atty.

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Statement of Philippine Peace Adviser Jesus Dureza after end of two-day talks on the Bangsamoro in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Within a record time of just six (6) weeks soon after the start of the Duterte administration, the new architecture for peace between the government and the Bangsamoro has been drawn and crafted with the initial building blocks immediately set in place by the newly launched peace implementing panels of both the Philippine government (GPH) and th

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Opening Statement of Ms. Irene M. Santiago Chair, GPH Implementing Panel for the Bangsamoro Accords 13 August 2016, Palace of the Golden Horses Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Assalamu alaikum.

We are here to implement agreements already made.  It is a different phase of the long peace process. As I look across the room, I see that many of us have been on this road together. It is good to be among friends and fellow travellers to discuss how to bring peace in our land. 

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GPH confident heading towards Oslo talks

The government panel (GPH), which resumes peace negotiations with the National Democratic Front (NDF) in Oslo in Norway, said it is confident most of the detained rebel leaders will be released in time for the formal opening on August 22.

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Press Statement of Secretary Jesus G. Dureza on the Launching of the Implementing Phase of the Bangsamoro Peace Accords

PRESS STATEMENT OF SECRETARY JESUS G. DUREZA
August 13, 2016, Palace of the Golden Horses, Mines, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
On the Launching of the Implementing Phase of the Bangsamoro Peace Accords

 

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GPH, MILF to formally re-launch its peace engagements in KL meeting

Government implementing panel chair Irene Santiago (rightmost) shakes hands with Moro National Liberation Front – Sema faction chair Muslimin Sema (left) after their meeting in Davao City on 9 August 2016. Witnessing them is Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus G.

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