Just 4 months after the government and former rebel group MILF signed a much-heralded final peace agreement, their respective negotiating panels are back in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to resolve issues that have arisen from Malacañang's review of the draft Bangsamoro basic law | Rappler

"If we are going through this difficulty now, it is because we want the next stages to be less difficult not only between the government and the MILF, but among all the institutions and actors that will be or have been playing a role in the process."

The Palace legal team has found certain provisions in the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law that need to be fine-tuned to ensure smooth passage of the measure when it reaches Congress | Manila Standard Today

A leader of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front said “there will be no peace” in Mindanao until the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region is established before the end of the Aquino administration in 2016 | BusinessWorld

A Mindanao-based grassroots network called on President Benigno Aquino III to live up to his promise of transparency and make public the draft of the Bangsamoro Basic Law crafted by the Bangsamoro Transition Commission and the comments on the proposed legislation by Malacanang’s legal team | InterAksyon.com

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