The government and Moro Islamic Liberation Front peace panels began Friday afternoon their 10-day meeting to finalize the text of the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law that both parties hope President Benigno Simeon Aquino III will submit and certify as urgent to Congress this month | MindaNews

Continuous communication between the Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front on the true state of peace talks can help diffuse the reported tension in the south arising from the delay of the submission of the Bangsamoro Basic Law to Congress | Manila Bulletin

The government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front peace panels are set to meet in Davao City from August 1 to 10 to continue working on an agreed version of the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law | Philippine Daily Inquirer

The Bangsamoro will have a P25.7-billion budget next year once the Bangsamoro Basic Law is enacted into law, the biggest allocation to a single region in all of Mindanao | Manila Standard Today

Those who were anticipating an important announcement from the President on his supposed “legacy” project — the Bangsamoro, the new autonomous political entity that would replace the ARMM by June 30, 2016 – waited for an hour before he finally talked about it for two minutes out of his 92-minute SONA | MindaNews

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