COTABATO CITY, Philippines (Philippine Star) - Most members of the Moro National Liberation Front, including thousands now serving in the Philippine National Police and the Armed Forces, remain loyal to the September 2, 1996 government-MNLF peace agreement, according to leaders of the group and public officials.

MANILA STANDARD TODAY (02 September) -- Government negotiators and representatives of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front failed to agree on two remaining issues to complete the talks, but both sides expect to sign a peace agreement before the end of the year, Presidential Peace Adviser Teresita Deles said on Sunday.

 PHILIPPINE STAR/26 August - The government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) have agreed to hold a 10-day formal talk next month to wind up discussions on the contentious power sharing and normalization parameters for a final GPH-MILF final peace deal.



COTABATO CITY -- The Bangsamoro Transition Commission is leaving no stone unturned as it seeks to draft into law the gains of the peace talks between the Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF).

MINDANAO CROSS (12 August) -- The government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front have both assured that the spate of violent incidents in Central Mindanao, including Monday’s deadly roadside bombing in Cotabato City, will not affect the on-going GPH-MILF peace talks.

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