Bicam members: Who will finalize the Bangsamoro law?


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Bicam members: Who will finalize the Bangsamoro law?
28 senators and representatives are chosen to reconcile conflicting provisions in the bills separately passed by the Senate and the House of Representatives

MANILA, Philippines – The Senate and the House of Representatives passed on 3rd and final reading the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) after marathon hearings this week. 

The next step is for the two chambers to reconcile conflicting provisions in the bills they separately approved. 

The members of the bicameral conference committee include the biggest supporters and the worst critics of the proposed measure. They will finalize the proposed law aimed at implementing a peace agreement with the dominant Muslim rebel group Moro Islamic Liberation Front. 

 Senate  House of Representatives
Juan Miguel Zubiri (Bukidnon)  Rodolfo Fariñas (Ilocos Norte)
Juan Edgardo Angara (Aurora)  Pedro Acharon Jr (South Cotabato)
Aquilino Pimentel III (Cagayan de Oro)  Mauyag Papandayan (Lanao del Sur)
Sherwin Gatchalian (Valenzuela City)  Ruby Sahali (Tawi-Tawi)
Joel Villanueva (Bulacan)  Bai Sandra Sema (Maguindanao)
 Francis Escudero (Sorsogon)  Juan Pablo Bondoc (Pampanga)
 Franklin Drilon (Iloilo) Arthur Defensor Jr (Iloilo)
Risa Hontiveros (Capiz)  Johnny Ty Pimentel (Surigao del Sur)
 Loren Legarda (Antique)  Eugene Michael de Vera (ABS Party List)
 Francis Pangilinan (Quezon City)  Rodolfo Albano III (Isabela)
   Amihilda Sangcopan (AMIN Party List)
   Wilter Palma (Zamboanga Sibugay)
   Celso Lobregat (Zamboanga City)
   Mohamad Khalid Dimaporo (Lanao del Norte)
   Abdullah Dimaporo (Lanao del Norte)
   Romeo Acop (Antipolo City)
   Seth Frederick Jaloslos (Zamboanga del Norte)
   Shernee Abubakar Tan (KUSUG TAUSUG Party List)


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