Agreement Sa Filipino

On 24 January 2014, Miriam Coronel Ferer, the Philippine government`s chief negotiator, and Mohagher Iqbal, the philippine`s chief negotiator, signed a peace agreement in Kuala Lumpur. The agreement would pave the way for the creation of the new Muslim autonomous entity called Bangsamoro, according to a law that must be approved by the Philippine Congress. On 15 October 2012, the Philippine government signed a highly mortgaged document, billed as a framework agreement on Bangsamoro, which culminated in the Aquino administration`s efforts to end the deadlock in the peace process. Although the new document establishes only a general framework for the actual peace negotiations, it was announced that “the status quo is unacceptable and that the Bangsamoros will be put in place to replace the Muslim Mindanao Autonomous Region (ARMM). Bangsamoro was the new autonomous political entity (NPE) mentioned in the April 2012 decision points. According to President Aquino, this was the agreement that could “finally seal a real and lasting peace in Mindanao”. [15] with Bangsamoro replaces ARMM, which was described by President Benigno Aquino III as “a failed experiment”. [16] To achieve its goal of freeing bangsamoros, the MNLF involved government forces in large-scale armed clashes[5] culminating in the early 1970s, when rebel blitzes gave them control of a considerable number of communities around Cotabato City and their airport complex. This led the Marcos regime to strengthen the military presence by deploying nearly three-quarters of the army[6] to most Muslim parts of Mindanao. The case took another turn in 1976, when Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi negotiated an agreement[7] that resulted in the signing of the Tripoli Agreement,[8] which introduced the concept of an autonomous Muslim region to Mindanao.

On August 1, 1989, Congress, under the new 1987 Constitution, passed Republic Act 6734,[10″ which approved the creation of the Muslim Mindanao Autonomous Region (ARMM). However, of the 13 provinces and 9 cities that participated in the referendum,[11] only the provinces of Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao, Sulu and Tawi-Tawi have decided to be part of the ARMM. THE ARMM was officially founded on November 6, 1990. [12] The current ARMM charter lists 14 areas outside the jurisdiction of the regional legislator. In this comprehensive peace agreement, the parties list 81 powers reserved for the central government, exclusively for the Bangsamoro, and at the same time with both parties to the division of power. Of the 81 powers, 58 are allocated to Bangsamoro, nine are reserved for the central government and 14 are shared. [2] The framework agreement on the Bangsamoro annexes and four annexes, namely transitional provisions and modalities, yield production and stream distribution, power-sharing and standardization, and the Inland waters addendum of Bangsamoro, are included in the overall agreement. [3] On 24 March, Philippine forces increased the alert status for red numbers in anticipation of the event. Philippine President Benigno Aquino III, President Hadji Mourad Ibrahim and Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak are among the most expected to sign the agreement. [4] The government intends to establish the region by 2016.