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Status of the Complaint for Inciting to Sedition and Treason filed against OPAPP Secretary Deles and members of Peace Negotiating Panel

The Complaint for Inciting to Sedition and Treason filed by complainants Jose Atienza, Jr., Jonathan Dela Cruz, Jose Romero, Jr., and Jeremy Gatdula (“complainants”) against our clients, the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process and the members of the Government Peace Negotiating Panel, has not yet been decided and is pending resolution befo

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Women play key roles in preserving Bangsamoro peace gains

QUEZON CITY – Peace advocates and civil society organization leaders are giving major recognition to the important role that women play in transforming conflict-affected areas back into productive communities and in sustaining the gains of the Bangsamoro peace process to ensure its continuation in the next Administration despite the 16th Congres

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Peace camp opens its doors to all student leaders

PASIG CITY – Be a peace master!

This is the challenge of the Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) and the Rotary Club – International to all student leaders on their call for applications for the MasterPEACE Boot Camp to be held on April 04 to 07 in Tagaytay City and Cotabato City.

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OIC urges Muslim-Filipino solidarity amidst non-passage of BBL

JEDDAH, SAUDI ARABIA – Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Secretary General Iyad Ameed Madani has called on the Bangsamoro people to unite and remain committed to the peace process after Congress’ failure to enact the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) which would have been vital in ending the Mindanao armed conflict.

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Bangsamoro peace monitors see transitional justice, reconciliation as means forward in peace process

PASIG CITY – The Third Party Monitoring Team (TPMT) of the Bangsamoro peace process between the Government of the Philippines (GPH) and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) believes that transitional justice and reconciliation will play a vital role in the country’s continued quest for peace and development in Mindanao, following the failure

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Statement of Government of the Philippines (GPH) Chief Negotiator Professor Miriam Coronel-Ferrer on the release of the Third Annual Report of the Third Party Monitoring Team (TPMT) 26 February 2016

The Government of the Philippines negotiating panel for talks with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) extends its gratitude to the Third Party Monitoring Team headed by Chair Alistair MacDonald for its continued assistance to the Bangsamoro peace process.

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International community vital to sustaining Bangsamoro peace process

PASAY CITY – The support of the international community will provide the necessary fuel in preserving and sustaining the gains of the Bangsamoro peace process as the legislative track involving the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) has been put on hold with the bill’s non-passage during the 16th Congress, Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Un

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