Stakeholders to the Mindanao peace process are optimistic the reactivation of the Bangsamoro Coordination Forum through the efforts of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation will bind together two rival fronts bickering over each other's different peace blueprints for the decades-old Moro rebellion | Philippine Star
Leaders of the Moro National Liberation Front and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front have agreed to mend their differences, following a convergence meeting initiated by officials of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, late last week in Jeddah | BusinessWorld
The Moro Islamic Liberation Front expects the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law to be passed before Philippine President Benigno Aquino III steps down from his post in 2016, but the Moro National Liberation Front thinks otherwise | BusinessWorld Online
Malacañang says "efforts have already been made to coordinate with the Senate and House leadership to ensure that the draft BBL is submitted to Congress when session resumes in July."
The future Bangsamoro has an early campaigner: Cardinal Orlando Quevedo of the Archdiocese of Cotabato, Mindanao’s first Cardinal | MindaNews