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House to delay passage of Bangsamoro law


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Deliberations in the House of Representatives on the Bangsamoro Basic Law are suspended indefinitely to give way to a probe into the Mamasapano operation that resulted in the death of 44 elite cops. Cagayan de Oro Representative Rufus Rodriguez, chair of the ad hoc committee tackling the proposed bill, said the resumption of deliberations will depend on probe findings. Prior to the clash, the committee was eyeing February 9 for the passage of the bill at committee level, and February 16 for discussion in plenary. Left hanging are key provisions on transition, and 4 others related to security: public order, the army, the police, and how troops will return to post-war life.

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