Rappler's latest stories on Mindanao peace talks
Future talks between the two panels will be held in the Philippines says Peace Process Adviser Jesus Dureza
You can t talk peace if there s rape going on and social injustice happening says Environment Secretary Gina Lopez
Ateneo de Davao president Fr Joel Tabora SJ says there are high expectations that President Rodrigo Duterte would finally bring about peace in Mindanao
Mar Roxas and Rodrigo Duterte agree that the Bangsamoro Basic Law must be passed Three out of 5 candidates mention anti poverty programs are critical to peace in Mindanao
A House leader says that without confidence building measures on the part of the MILF the proposed law is not likely to pass in the chamber
While the country celebrates its soldier’s bravery the Moro civilians’ pleas for justice almost always go unheard
This is a nice way to stoke popular anger but before you proceed can I ask how you intend to deal with the hard questions?
Will the MILF led movement eventually replace the clans and truly democratize Muslim Mindanao?
If we are able to address the long running problem of underdevelopment and violence in Mindanao there is no reason why we cannot have peace security and development in the rest of the country
Both the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front say they are confident the final peace pact will be signed soon
The MILF is readying complaints against the government for alleged ceasefire violations
While they had their doubts governors in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao accept a deal that seeks to replace ARMM with a new entity