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Ali Sangki is appointed to the Bangsamoro Transition Authority, making him the 79th member out of the required 80
The Bangsamoro flag embodies its people’s 'identity, history, heritage, struggles, and aspiration,' reads the law
The Duterte administration still has to name 4 more Bangsamoro Transition Authority members, which the Bangsamoro law states must number 80
The Bangsamoro Transition Authority can only initiate the exploration for natural gas and oil in Liguasan Marsh through an executive order, says Interim Chief Minister Murad Ebrahim
The Bangsamoro Interim Cabinet will draft the codes and submit them to the Parliament for deliberation in early October
The Bangsamoro Transition Authority plans to use P30 billion in unprogrammed funds meant for the implementation of the Bangsamoro law to address high student dropout rates and lack of health workers
Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol is seen as 'very anti-Bangsamoro struggle for self-determination' by many people in the new region, says BTA Interim Chief Minister Murad Ebrahim
President Rodrigo Duterte also mentions a 'communication breakdown' between Bangsamoro officials and the national government
Other new appointments include Fernando Borja as special envoy to Japan and Grepor Belgica as Presidential Adviser for Religious Affairs
Let's take a look at the composition of the BTA: How many women and men? Which provinces do the members come from, and what are their areas of expertise?
The Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict urges close cooperation between officials of the Bangsamoro region, the national government, and the military as 'consequences of failure could be devastating'
Malacañang releases the appointment papers of 76 Bangsamoro Transition Authority members
During the turnover ceremony, the outgoing ARMM governor tells BARMM Interim Chief Minister Al-Haj Murad Ebrahim he wants to focus on Basilan, where he is running for congressman
The meeting will be about preparations for the Bangsamoro Transition Authority's inauguration and the first session of the Bangsamoro Parliament
President Rodrigo Duterte and MNLF Chairman Nur Misuari have a brief meeting days after the Chief Executive forms the MILF-dominated Bangsamoro Transition Authority
Who takes charge? What happens to Sulu and the rest of the ARMM? Read this explainer.
The list of 41 names, submitted the week before the Bangsamoro plebiscite, includes at least 3 women, one Christian, and one member of an ethnic group
The ceremonial turnover of the first batch of rebel firearms is postponed to 2015
Both the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front say they are confident the final peace pact will be signed soon
The peace panels of both the Government of the Philippines GPH and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front MILF are set to resume the peace negotiations Monday January 21 in Kuala Lumpur
It is significant that after several decades the MILF the largest armed group representing the Bangsamoro people has finally relinquished its desire to secede and establish its own separate State