The Institute for Autonomy and Governance (IAG), a Mindanao-based policy center that promotes meaningful autonomy as a solution to the Mindanao conflict, has reviewed H.B. 6475 and S.B. 1717 passed by the House of Representatives and the Senate. The approved bills will now be subjected to bicameral proceedings to reconcile their conflicting provisions.

Two Mindanao solons are claiming that the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law could serve as a template of sorts for future federal states in the country | Manila Bulletin

A national conference on the proposed Bangsamoro and how it will fit into the envisioned federal Philippines gathered 250 policy makers, peacebuilders, academics, representatives of the Moro liberation fronts, and key leaders from Mindanao in Makati City today. 

This forum was the second in a series of learning sessions on Charter Change and Federalism, jointly organized by the Congressional Policy and Budget Research Department, Institute for Autonomy and Governance, and International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance.

What are the developments in BBL and federalism? How do we harmonize substance and process of these political developments for Mindanao peace? What model of federalism as to the Bangsamoro will best serve the cause of Mindanao peace and development?

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