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POSITION PAPER OF THE GPH PEACE PANEL

Submitted to the Senate Committee on Local Government


18 May 2015
Preliminary
The Government Peace Negotiating Panel (GPH Peace Panel) for talks with the Moro Islamic
Liberation Front (MILF) respectfully submits the following position paper to the Senate
Committee on Local Government headed by the Honorable Senator Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr.
containing some clarifications on important issues that have been raised during the last two
public hearings on Senate Bill no. 2408 or the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL), especially as
they relate with the subject of today's hearing with the representatives and supporters of the
Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF), as well as for the coming hearing with the Sultanates,
the Indigenous Peoples (IPs), and the local government executives.
At the outset, we wish to affirm and reiterate our unwavering commitment in supporting the
legislative process for the enactment of the BBL. We are one with our honorable Senators in
advocating for the passage of a Basic Law for the Bangsamoro that is just, comprehensive and
truly responsive to the needs of the peace and development in Muslim Mindanao. Thus, we laud
and sincerely appreciate the vigorous and dynamic efforts of the Senate in holding public
hearings and consultations with the various stakeholders.
On the Matter of Public Consultations
Like the Senate, we in the GPH Panel also believe that wide-based and meaningful consultations
with various stakeholders constitute a significant foundation to sound public policy. It is, as it
has always been our practice, consistent with the memorandum of instructions to us of His
Excellency President Benigno Simeon Aquino III, to listen to and take heed from the widest
possible constituency of concerned groups and individuals when it comes to the Bangsamoro
proposal, in particular, and the larger peace process, in general.
As far back as the early stages of the peace negotiations with the MILF under the present
administration up until the signing of the last document that culminated in the forging of the
Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro (CAB), and later, during the drafting of the BBL,
the GPH Panel has consistently conducted or participated in extensive consultation activities
with various individuals and groups from both within and without the prospective Bangsamoro
territory. The records, which we are providing the honorable Senate Committee thru this
position paper, will bear this fact out.
While it is truly unfortunate that some groups and individuals feel that they have not been
consulted, we would like to submit to the Honorable Senate Committee the fact that, from 2010
until 17 May 2015, the GPH Peace Panel has conducted or participated in a total of five hundred
fifty three (553) consultation activities (e.g. meetings, workshops, fora, and briefings) in order
to shed light on the developments in the peace process with the MILF as well as to share and
gather information, positions, and insights from the various stakeholders.
Significantly, out of these 553 consultation activities, the GPH Panel has met ten (10) times on
different occasions with representatives and supporters of the Moro National Liberation Front
(MNLF) (see Table I), six (6) times with the Sultanates in Mindanao (see Table II), thirty two (32)

times with the IPs (see Table III), and one hundred (100) times with leaders and officials of local
government units (LGUs) (see Table IV). In all of these engagements and interactions with the
different affected stakeholders, the GPH Peace Panel has taken into consideration their positions,
insights and suggestions relative to our peace efforts with the MILF.
Convergence of MNLF and MILF Peace Process
With respect to the concerns of the MNLF, in particular, the above data on our consultation
efforts with them also illustrates how, under the Aquino administration, it has been our policy
to exert all possible efforts to ensure that the substance of the negotiations with the MILF is in
harmony and convergence with the full implementation of the 1996 Final Peace Agreement with
the MNLF. In view of this policy, several meetings and convergence workshops were held with
MNLF cadres in 2011. These workshops aimed to inform representatives from the MNLF about
substantial developments in the talks with the MILF and to solicit their inputs thereto as well.
This convergence is also in line with the Organisation of Islamic Cooperations (OIC) efforts to
unite the ranks of the MNLF and the MILF in their search for a political settlement with the
Philippine Government. It will be recalled that during the 37th Session of the OIC Council of
Foreign Ministers (CFM) in December 2010, the OIC adopted a resolution on Muslim
Communities and Minorities in Non-OIC Member States urging the MNLF and MILF to unite
their efforts for peace and development in the Bangsamoro. The Office of the Presidential
Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) is in full support of this call.
Parenthetically, the inclusion of the OIC in the MILF peace process by way of being formally
invited as observers in the GPH-MILF peace negotiations in March 2012 is in no small part due
to their role in the MNLF peace process and in keeping with the desire for convergence between
the two peace tracks. The OIC has since been consistently invited by the Malaysian Facilitator to
attend the GPH-MILF talks in Kuala Lumpur. The OIC first attended the negotiations during the
28th GPH-MILF Formal Exploratory Talks in May 2012, where OICPSCP representative Ali
Demirci, political officer of the office of OIC Sec. Gen. hsanolu sat as observer. In the 39th and
40th Sessions of the OIC CFM, held in November 2012 and December 2013, respectively, the
peace efforts between the GPH and the MILF were welcomed, expressing the hope that the
Agreement between the two parties would be in line with the 1976 Tripoli Agreement.
Unfortunately, the efforts towards convergence of the MNLF and MILF peace tracks has been
admittedly strained by the Sabah standoff of February 2013 and the Zamboanga City crisis of
September 2013. Be that as it may, the OPAPP has remained in close cooperation with the OIC,
the MNLF and the MILF in furtherance of the desire for convergence. The same remains true up
to the present.
On 15 October 2014, the Bangsamoro Coordination Forum (BCF) was activated, as agreed upon
during the meeting of the chairpersons of the MNLF and MILF and the OIC Secretary General.
The BCF, as stated in its meeting report, shall serve as the mechanism for the MNLF and the
MILF to coordinate their movements toward achieving the aspiration of the Bangsamoro
people towards just and lasting peace, and peaceful resolution of their problems. In April 2015,
OIC Secretary General Iyad Ameen Madani visited the Philippines and met leaders of the MNLF
and the MILF to jointly discuss through the BCF on how to best move forward in harmonizing
the Mindanao Peace Processes and the agreements they signed separately with the GPH.

Substantive Provisions of the BBL affecting the MNLF, the Sultanates and the IPs
The desire to make the Bangsamoro proposal as inclusive as possible for the various affected
stakeholders extends beyond the process of consulting with them and soliciting their inputs.
The results of the many engagements and interactions with them have since found their way
into the substance of the proposed BBL.
Relative to the concern on the access to seats of political power in the prospective Bangsamoro
regional government, for instance, the proposal contained in the draft BBL in Article VII, Section
5 thereof on party seats in the Bangsamoro Parliament to be filled by proportional
representation as well as the system of reserved seats are deemed significant entry points for
the MNLF, the Sultanates and the IPs, among others, to directly participate in the governance
and administration of the autonomous region. These special stakeholder groups may organize
themselves into regional political parties and vie for seats as Members of Parliament in the
Bangsamoro. Parenthetically, the non-Moro IPs within the territory of the Bangsamoro can also
field candidates for the parliamentary seats reserved for them under the proposed law. All of
these special mechanisms for winning seats in the Bangsamoro Parliament shall be without
prejudice still to the special stakeholders participating in the district seats contest in the same
Bangsamoro Parliament. Clearly, the BBL offers a wide range of opportunities and openings for
the special stakeholder groups such as the MNLF, Sultanates and the IPs to have a real and
meaningful access to political power in the autonomous regional government.
Thru the Council of Leaders a body that shall serve as the advisors of the Chief Minister on
matters of governance there is yet another opening for these special stakeholder groups to be
involved in the governance of the autonomous region since the bill mandates, in Article VI,
Section 5 thereof, that representatives of other sectors must be included in its composition. To
be sure, the important sectors of the MNLF, the Sultanates and the IPs have to be considered in
the membership of the Council when the Bangsamoro Parliament enacts the relevant
implementing legislation for the operationalization of the Council of Leaders.
For the Sultanates, additionally, the draft BBL in Article IX, Section 19 provides for the
establishment of a Bangsamoro commission for the preservation of the history, culture, arts,
tradition and rich cultural heritage of the Sultanates. This is in full recognition of the vast role,
influence and contributions of the various Sultanates in the Bangsamoro. Significantly,
moreover, the BBL in Article X, Section 26 on the Bangsamoro Justice System also puts primacy
on the institutionalization of traditional systems of dispute resolution in connection with the
mandate therein for the Bangsamoro to evolve a system of Alternate Disposition Resolution
(ADR). The traditional roles of the Sultanates in dispute resolution by way of conciliation or
mediation would surely figure prominently in the ADR system that the Bangsamoro Parliament
shall enact.
Further to the policy of convergence with the MNLF, on the other hand, the provisions of the
draft BBL have also incorporated the so-called 42 Consensus Points of the GPH-MNLF-OIC

Tripartite Implementation Review of the 1996 Final Peace Agreement. These consensus points
are spread along five (5) themes, namely: (1) on Shari'ah and Judiciary; (2) on Special Regional
Security Force and Unified Command in the Autonomous Region; (3) on Education; (4) on
Natural Resources and Economic Development; and (5) on Political System and Right of
Representation. All of these have been considered in the parallel subjects of the draft BBL,
particularly in Articles VI, VII, IX, X, XI, XII and XIII thereof. In this manner, it is hoped the
proposed BBL can become an effective vehicle for the convergence of the MNLF and MILF peace
tracks. We wish only to underscore that the impetus for the inclusion of the product of the GPHMNLF-OIC Tripartite Implementation Review in the draft BBL was a product of the
consultations with the MNLF representatives and members as well as of other stakeholders.
As for the IPs, finally, we find that the various sections of the draft BBL amply provides for
recognition, protection and promotion of IP rights and interests in the Bangsamoro. Drawing
from the existing corpus of IP rights that are articulated in domestic and international legal
sources such as Republic Act no. 8371 or the Indigenous Peoples Rights Act of 1997 (IPRA),
International Labor Organization (ILO) Convention 169, and the United Nations Declaration on
the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UN-DRIP), the draft BBL provides for the base or minimum
substantive protections and guarantees of IP rights and interests from which the future
Bangsamoro Parliament, in crafting its own indigenous peoples rights law, cannot diminish or
subtract. Although the full application of the IPRA per se is not expressly provided in the draft
law, the bundle of rights that are set forth therein have since been disaggregated and
integrated into the proposed BBL as follows:

Right to Ancestral Domains and Ancestral Lands (e.g. Article V, Section 4 [d]; Article IX,
Section 5);
Right to Self-Governance and Empowerment (e.g. Article VII, Sections 5-6; Article IX,
Section 5; Article X, Sections 23-24; Article XII, Section 34; Article XIII, Section 12);
Right to Social Justice and Human Rights (e.g. Article IX, Sections 1, 2, 5, 6, & 8); and
Right to Cultural Integrity (e.g. Article IX, Sections 5 & 19-21), among others.

These provisions of the draft BBL illustrate the clear and manifest intent of the proposed law to
lean heavily in favor of recognizing, protecting and promoting the interests and rights of the IPs
in the prospective Bangsamoro territory. Importantly, there is nothing in the draft law that
professes to derogate from nor otherwise diminish the existing rights of the IPs. While a more
secure language in the text of the draft BBL could be introduced in order to carry this intent
through or to further enhance its import, it has never been the case that the proposed
Bangsamoro law endeavored to gloss over or weaken the existing rights of IPs, contrary to what
has been claimed by some during the public hearings.

Support to the BBL: SWS Survey Results


Amidst claims that there is no support to the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) in the
island provinces, the results of the Special Mindanao Survey conducted by the Social Weather

Stations (SWS) in February 20151 demonstrate that there is indeed significant support for the
approval of the proposed bill. Based on the survey, more than half in Basilan (59%) and TawiTawi (52%) are in favor of the passage of the BBL with only 12% in Basilan and 22% in TawiTawi opposing it (see Figure I). In Sulu, 31% said that they approve the bill while only 14%
claimed that they do not support it. In Isabela City, 38% said they support the bill versus 20%
who said they oppose it.

FIGURE I.
While there is a significant margin of undecided constituents, the results demonstrate that
claims of widespread or homogenous disapproval of the BBL may have little empirical basis.
What the survey results show is a significant number of Filipinos in the core areas both in
mainland areas and the island provinces who consider the passage of the bill as a necessary
measure to bring in peace and development to conflict-affected Muslim Mindanao.
The results highlight that majority in Sulu (59%), Basilan (70%) and Tawi-Tawi (80%) agree
with the proposed replacement of the ARMM with an expanded autonomous area called the
Bangsamoro (see Figure II). In these areas, only 15% in Sulu, 10% in Basilan and 7% in TawiTawi do not approve of the proposed dissolution of the ARMM. Meanwhile, mainland areas of
the core territory consistently show high public support to the establishment of the
Bangsamoro. Based in the survey results, 8 out of 10 in these areas in Central Mindanao agree
with the replacement of the ARMM by the proposed Bangsamoro (see Figure III).
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The results of the survey, Filipino Public Opinion on the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) and the Mamasapano
Incident, were presented in Balay Kalinaw, University of the Philippines Diliman on 15 May 2015.

OPINION ON THE FAB PROPOSAL: The dissolution of ARMM which will


be replaced by an expanded autonomous area which will be called
Bangsamoro, BASULTA, NOV 2012 TO FEB 2015
Agree

Undecided

Nov2012

47

49

Feb2015

59

Nov2012

Nov2012
Feb2015
Nov2012

TawiTawi Feb2014

Feb2015

28

70

40

29

+58

+55

33

60

+44

15

41
21

57

Feb2015

+94
+46

27

65

Basilan Feb2014

Net*

60

94

Sulu Feb2014

Isabela
City Feb2014

Disagree

10

+60

+53
+10

30

49

43
72

25

75

14

+69

+69

+72

18

80

+42

*Net figures (% Agree minus % Disagree) correctly rounded.


Filipino Public Opinion on
Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL)
and the Mamasapano Incident

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FIGURE II.

OPINION ON THE FAB PROPOSAL: The dissolution of ARMM which will


be replaced by an expanded autonomous area which will be called
Bangsamoro, CENTRAL MINDANAO, NOV 2012 TO FEB 2015
Agree
Lanao Nov2012
Del sur Feb2014
Feb2015
Nov2012
MaguinFeb2014
danao
Feb2015

Cotabato Nov2012
Feb2014
City

Feb2015

Lanao Nov2012
near Feb2014
ARMM Feb2015
Cotabato Nov2012
near Feb2014
ARMM Feb2015

Undecided Disagree Net*


6

88
83
88
79
87
88

6
6
5

+82
+77
+83

6
6
8 4

+73
+82
+84

12
7
13
6
4
11
9
8
7
11
8
12

+73
+75
+82

11

7
13
8

80
81
86
83
81
80
91
77
85

11

4 5
7
15
1

+75
+71
+68
+87
+70
+84

*Net figures (% Agree minus % Disagree) correctly rounded.


Filipino Public Opinion on
Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL)
and the Mamasapano Incident

FIGURE III.

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Although hope that the proposed Bangsamoro will bring peace and development ranges from
slightly to extremely positive in the core territories with areas in Central Mindanao as the
most hopeful and Sulu fairly hopeful (see figure IV) it can be noted that only a slim margin
claim that they are not hopeful at all that the creation of the Bangsamoro will lead to peace and
development in the area. It is significant to highlight that there is indeed no overwhelmingly
negative perception towards the ability of the proposed Bangsamoro to be an avenue for lasting
peace and development in Muslim Mindanao.

FIGURE IV.
These figures further accentuate with how majority of the constituents in the core areas in
Central Mindanao and BASULTA perceive that pursuing the peace talks between the
Government and the MILF despite the Mamasapano incident is indeed beneficial. In Central
Mindanao and BASULTA, generally 9 out 10 say that there is benefit from continuing the peace
talks with the MILF (see Figure V). Among these areas, mainland areas are extremely positive
that the peace talks with the MILF will benefit the Filipinos while BASULTA areas feel that it
would only be moderately beneficial.

FIGURE V.
Indeed, it cannot be denied that the Mamasapano incident has greatly affected the general
perception on the peace process with the MILF, leaving only a fifth of Filipinos still supportive of
the BBL as of February 2015. However, this sentiment as observed in the survey results is
clearly not equally shared in core areas in Central Mindanao and BASULTA, where support to
the BBL still remain net positive. Residents in the core territories also remain highly optimistic
that Congress can pass the proposed bill despite the Mamasapano incident.
The passage of the proposed BBL and the eventual establishment of the Bangsamoro should be
subject to the consent of the governed. The BBL as a legislative measure is seen as part of the
whole democratic process, the sentiments of the constituents in the core areas should be
equally accorded attention as part and parcel of the democratically governed body politic. The
BBL gives life to the spirit in which social justice and autonomy are provided for in the
Constitution. Thus, we sincerely hope that a BBL that is just and truly responsive to the needs of
the peace and development in Muslim Mindanao will be passed by the Senate.

TABLE I. Meetings/Briefings/Fora/Workshops/Consultations with the MNLF


NO.
1

DATE
11 April
2011

EVENT
Convergence
Workshop on the
Mindanao Peace
Process (Part I)

ORGANIZER
GPNP-MILF
(Government
Peace
Negotiating Panel
for Talks with the
MILF)

VENUE
O-Bistro, 5F
Oracle Hotel,
Katipunan Ave.,
Quezon City

REPRESENTATIVE
FROM
GPNP-MILF/OPAPP
GPH Panel (Dean Marvic
Leonen, Prof. Miriam
Coronel Ferrer, Sec.
Senen Bacani, Ramon
Piang, Dr. Hamid Barra)

AUDIENCE
MNLF Womens Committee: Bainon
Karon;
Former Local Government
Officials: Bai Nurmallah Lucman,
Tahira Ismael-Sansawi;
LGU: Barry Macaumbos Datu Jubair
L. Macaumbos;
CSO: Mr. Ismael G. Kuliat, Adzfar H.
Usman, Said Ali, Noraida C. Abu,
Edmund Gumbahali, Naque B.
Amad, Salem C. Demuna, Baileng
Mantawil, Rubina Macabnar

02 June
2011

Meeting with the


Junior Cadres of the
MNLF

GPNP-MILF

Asian Center
Conference Hall,
UP Diliman,
Quezon City

GPH Panel (Dean Marvic


Leonen, Prof. Miriam
Coronel, Sec. Senen
Bacani, Dr. Hamid Barra)

MNLF Junior Cadres: Hji. Wati


Hussin, Hji. Nizam Alsad, Moh. John
Usman, Hji. Abbas Tangkian,
Nursad Wahi, Rajis Halipa, Jadjurie
Arasa, Saudi Zapanta, Nasser
Halipa, Ustadz Abdulkabir Musa,
Saber Sarail, Alimatar Alfad,
Sammy Arsad, Kernibi Jalali

16 June
2011

Convergence
Workshop on the
Mindanao Peace
Process (Part II)

GPNP-MILF,
MNLF, MILF

Oracle Hotel,
Katipunan
Avenue, Quezon
City

16
November
2011

Roundtable
Discussion on the
"Mindanao Peace
Processes: Issues and
Prospects" (MNLFMILF Convergence
Workshop Part III)

GPNP-MILF

Richmonde Hotel, GPH Panel (Dean Marvic


Ortigas Center,
Leonen, Prof. Miriam
Pasig City
Coronel Ferrer, Sec.
Senen Bacani)

MNLF, CSOs, Academe, Religious

02
December
2012

Provincial Forum on
the Framework
Agreement on the
Bangsamoro

Provincial Multipurpose Gym,


Patikul, Sulu

Usec. Jose Lorena


(OPAPP)

19
February
2013

Multi-stakeholders
forum on the FAB

Notre Dame
Dadiangas
University
Auditorium,
General Santos
City

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer

Gov. Abdusakur Tan (Sulu), Usec.


Nabil Tan (OP), Chairman Nur
Misuari (MNLF), Hji Toks Ebrahim
(MILF), Gov. Jum Akbar (Basilan),
Gov. Sadikul Sahali (Tawi-Tawi),
Gov. Esmael Toto Mangundadatu
(Maguindanao), Comm. Edilwasif
Baddiri (NCMF), Rep. Habib Tupay,
CSOs, Academe
Barangay officials, purok officials,
elders, youth, women, farmers,
fishermen, teachers, barangay
health workers, religious leaders,
traditional leaders, Moro National
Liberation Front and ordinary

Governor Miguel
Rene Dominguez,
Sarangani

10

Sec. Ging Deles and GPH


Panel (Dean Marvic
Leonen, Prof. Miriam
Coronel Ferrer, Sec.
Senen C. Bacani, Dr.
Hamid Barra)

Ustadz Anwar Radiamoda, Ustadz


Ali Omar, Ustadz Musa Macapasir,
Ustadz Nasrodin Didaagun, Ustadz
Samsodin Mindalano, Ustadz
Camaludden Abdulhamid, Ustadz
Usman Casanguan, Ustadz Jaafar
Ali, Ustadz Abdulwahab Ayao,
Ustadz Bajunaid Ibrahim, Ustadz
Ahmad Mal

27
September
2013

Roundtable
Discussion (RTD)on
the Zamboanga Crisis

01
February
2014

Public Forum on the


Framework
Agreement on the
Bangsamoro (FAB)

07 June
2014

10

20 January
2015

citizens from Region 12;


SocSarGen Peace Network, Kalina
MNLF, CSOs, Academe

UP Institute of
Islamic Studies
and Initiatives for
International
Dialogue (IID)
Aksyon para sa
Kapayapaan at
Katarungan
(AKKAPKA)

UP Asian Center
Auditorium

Usec. Jose Luis Gascon


(Chair, GPH TWG on
Power Sharing)

Blue Mosque
Cultural Center,
Taguig

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer, Sec. Senen
Bacani, Usec. Yasmin
Busran-Lao, Atty. Anna
Tarhata Basman (Head,
GPH Legal)

Jadjurie Arasa (Blue Mosque


administrator and former MNLF
senior leader), MNLF Former
Commander Nikaburin Andah,
MNLF Junior Official Benj Saudi,
around 100 participants from
CSOs, religious leaders, and local
residents and community leaders

Interreligious and
Intercultural
Conference Peace is
Living together:
Religions and
Cultures in Dialogue
for Peace and
Reconciliation in
Mindanao

The Archdiocese
of Cotabato

Notre Dame
University,
Cotabato

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer

MNLF, ARMM,NGOs, Lumad,


Political and Religious Leaders

HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL Hearing:
Representatives from
MNLF and its
different factions,
MILF, BIFF

House of
Representatives

Nograles Hall,
South Wing
Annex, HOR,
Batasan Complex,
Quezon City

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer, Sec. Senen
Bacani, Atty. Anna
Tarhata Basman (Head,
GPH Legal)

HOR, MNLF

11

TABLE II. Meetings/Briefings/Fora/Workshops/Consultations with Sultanates in Mindanao


NO.

DATE

EVENT

ORGANIZER

14 March
2011

Briefing on Sulu
Sultanate

GPNP-MILF

09 June
2011

Meeting with
Representatives from
the Sultanate of Sulu

GPNP-MILF

09 February
2013

Maharadjah
Tabunaway
Descendants
Council of the
Philippines, Inc.
(MTDCP)

18 March
2013

FAB Briefing with


Hadja Bai Putri
Marieta Nor-Aisha
Mindalano,
Maharadjah
Tabunaway
Descendants Council
of the Philippines, Inc.
Sabah Forum

UP Institute of
Islamic Studies

VENUE
UP College of
Law, University of
the Philippines
Diliman, Quezon
City
Richmonde Hotel,
San Miguel Ave.,
Ortigas Center,
Pasig City
El Manuel
Convention
Center, Parang
Rd., Cotabato City

UP College of
Social Work and
Development,
University of the
Philippines
Diliman, Quezon
City

12

REPRESENTATIVE
FROM
GPNP-MILF/OPAPP
GPH Panel (Dean Marvic
Leonen, Prof. Miriam
Coronel Ferrer, Sec.
Senen Bacani)

AUDIENCE
DFA Asec. Ed Malaya, Milet
Mendoza, Vic Taylor, Abe
Idjirani (Sultanate of Sulu)

Dean Marvic Leonen,


Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer

Sultanate of Sulu: Sultan Jamalul


Kiram III, Sultan Esmail Kiram,
Rajah Muda Agbimuddin Kiram

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer

Maharadjah Tabunaway: Hadja


Bai Putri Marieta Nor-Aisha
Mindalano

GPH Panel (Prof. Miriam


Coronel Ferrer, Sec.
Mehol Sadain, Use.
Yasmin Busran-Lao)

Royal Houses, Academe, CSOs,


LGUs
Sultanate of Sulu: Sec. Gen.
Abraham Idjirani;
Academe: Dean Julkipli Wadi (UP
IIS), Prof. Carmen Abubakar (UP
IIS), Dean Merlin Magallona (UP
Law), Prof. Prospero De Vera

(NCPAG), Dean Carolyn


Sobritchea (Asian Center), Prof.
Amado Mendoza Jr. (CSSP);
FSI: Kadatuan Usop; Former UN
Amb. Lauro Baja Jr., Atty.
Leonard de Vera,
Public Officials: Rep. Tupay
Loong, F/Vice Pres. Teofisto
Guingona II, F/Gov. Tillah
5

28
December
2013

Sulu Forum

OPAPP

17 May
2015

Meeting with
GPNP-MILF
Sultanate of Sulu Sec.
Gen. Abraham Idjirani

Provincial Capitol
Ace Building,
Patikul, Sulu

GPH Panel (Usec. Yasmin


Busran-Lao, Sec. Mehol
Sadain), Sec. Ging Deles,
Usec. Jose Lorena
(OPAPP)

Gov. Abdusakur Tan, Rep. Tupay


Loong, Hon. Miriam Arbison,
BTC Comm. Asani Tammang,
OES Usec. Nabil Tan, NCMF
Comm. Edilwassif Baddiri,
ARMM LGUs,Religious, Academe,
Youth, AFP, Sultanate of Sulu,
CSOs

Sentro, Serendra,
Bonifacio Global
City, Taguig City

Sec. Senen Bacani, Dir.


Hadzer Birowa

Sultanate of Sulu: Sec. Gen.


Abraham Idjirani

TABLE III. Meetings/Briefings/Fora/Workshops/Consultations with Indigenous Peoples (IPs)


NO.
1

DATE
19 October
2010

EVENT
Consultation with NonIslamized IPs of ARMM
and Sultan Kudarat

ORGANIZER

VENUE

National Solidarity Marco Polo Hotel,


Conference on
Davao City
Mindanao

13

REPRESENTATIVE FROM
GPNP-MILF/OPAPP
GPH Panel (Dean Marvic
Leonen, Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Ramon Piang, Dr.

AUDIENCE
IPs

28 May
2011

Consultation with IP
Leaders at the
Mindanao Human
Rights Action Center
(MinHRAC)
Focus Group Discussion
with IP Leaders

Mindanao Human
Rights Action
Center (MinHRAC)

02
September
2011
07
February
2012

Consultation with the


LGU of Upi

LGU of Upi

28 April
2012
03 March
2012

Meeting with Davao


CSOs
Meeting with
Indigenous Peoples in
Mindanao

GPNP-MILF

04 May
2012

05 May
2012

Consultation with
Teachers' Dignity
Coalition-Mindanao
Meeting with Kilos
Kapayapaan and CSOs

18 May
2012

5
6

Caucus with Multistakeholders on the


Mindanao Peace
Process

Mayor Ramon
Piang

NCIP and
Mindanao
Peoples Peace
Movement
(MPPM)

Kilos Kapayapaan

Mindanao Human
Rights Action
Center
(MinHRAC),
Cotabato City
Koresco Hotel,
Cagayan de Oro
City
Upi Municipal
Hall, Maguindanao
Coffee for Peace
Caf, Davao City
Aviary Restaurant,
The Farm,
Koronadal City,
South Cotabato
Punta Isla Resort,
Lake Sebu, South
Cotabato
Manila Room, 15
Floor Regalia
Tower Suites, P.
Tuazon Avenue
Cubao Quezon
City, Philippines
Bishops-Ulama
Conference, 4/F
Karpentrade Bldg.,
McArthur

14

Hamid Barra)
GPH Panel (Dean Marvic
Leonen, Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Ramon Piang, Dr.
Hamid Barra)

IPs, CSOs

Mayor Ramon Piang

IPs

GPH Panel (Prof. Miriam


Coronel Ferrer, Sec. Senen
Bacani, Usec, Yasmin BusranLao, Mayor Ramon Piang)
Prof. Miriam Coronel Ferrer

LGUs, IPs

Prof. Miriam Coronel Ferrer

IPs, Other government


agencies, CSOs, Military

Prof. Miriam Coronel Ferrer

Academe, IPs, Military

Sec. Senen Bacani

CSOs, IPs

Dean Marvic Leonen

CSOs, IPs

CSOs, IPs

10

24
November
2012

FAB presentation
during the Peace Week
forum

11

07
December
2012

12

09 January
2013

13

12 January
2013

14

13 March
2013

Q&A on the FAB during


the National Conference
of Kilos Kapayapaan
and Waging Peace
Philippines
RTD with academe and
CSOs on the
Bangsamoro Basic Law
Regional Indigenous
Peoples Consultative
Assembly
NCMF Partnership
Forum

15

22 May
2013

16

10/11/2013 Gathering with IP


advocates to share
developments of the
GPH-MILF peace
processes
20
7th Mindanao Peoples
December
Peace Summit
2013
Presentation on
Government

17

Seminar on the FAB

Interreligious
Solidarity
Movement for
Peace
Kilos Kapayapaan
and Waging Peace
Philippines

LGU of Upi
NCMF Visayas

NCIP c/o Ms.


Alzareth Barton
Jimid Mansayagan,
Chairperson,
Lumad Mindanaw
Peoples
Federation
Mindanao
Peoples' Peace
Movement
(MPPM)

Highway, Matina,
Davao City
Marcian Business
Hotel, Zamboanga
City

Atty. Johaira Wahab (Head,


GPH Legal Team)

CSOs, IPs

ISO, Ateneo de
Manila University

Sec. Ging Deles, Prof. Miriam


Coronel Ferrer

CSOs, IPs

Alnor Suites,
Cotabato City

Atty. Johaira Wahab (Head,


GPH Legal Team)

Academe, IPs,
Religious, CSOs, Media

Upi, Maguindanao

Prof. Miriam Coronel Ferrer,


Sec. Senen Bacani, Usec.
Yasmin Busran-Lao
Cebu International Usec. Yasmin Busran-Lao
Convention
Center, Mandaue
City
The Royal
Atty. Anna Tarhata Basman
Mandaya Hotel,
(Head, GPH Legal Team)
Palma Gil, Davao
Eden Natures
Atty. Armi Beatriz Bayot
Park & Resort
(Member, GPH Legal Team)

IPs, LGUs

Mindanao Civic
Center (MCC),
Tubod, Lanao del
Norte

CSOs, IPs

15

Atty. Armi Beatriz Bayot


(Member, GPH Legal Team)

IPs, CSOs

IPs
IPs

Perspectives on the
GPH-MILF Peace
Process
BARUG NA! Tribal
Conference on Self
Determination and the
Peace Process

18

27
December
2013

19

28
January
2014
06 February
2014

Meeting with IP leaders

21

24 February
2014

RTD with NCIP

22

07 June
2014

20

23

Meeting with IP groups

Interreligious and
Intercultural
Conference Peace is
Living together:
Religions and Cultures
in Dialogue for Peace
and Reconciliation in
Mindanao
25 July 2014 Meeting with Initiatives
for International
Dialogue (IID) and Key
IP Leaders (Teduray,

Initiatives for
International
Dialogue (IID) and
Mindanao
Indigenous
Peoples Forum
(MIPF)
Initiatives for
International
Dialogue (IID)
Initiatives for
International
Dialogue (IID)
NCIP

The Archdiocese
of Cotabato

Lyndee Prieto

University of
Southern
Mindanao (USM)
Hostel, Kabacan,
Cotabato

Dir. Iona Gracia Jalijali (Head,


GPH Panel Secretariat)

IPs

Cotabato City

Dir. Iona Gracia Jalijali (Head,


GPH Panel Secretariat)

IPs

Alnor Suites,
Cotabato City

Prof. Miriam Coronel Ferrer,


Sec. Senen Bacani, Usec.
Yasmin Busran-Lao
Sec. Senen Bacani, Usec.
Yasmin Busran-Lao, Atty. Anna
Tarhata Basman (GPH Legal
Team), Atty. Armi Bayot (GPH
Legal)
Prof. Miriam Coronel Ferrer

IPs

Sec. Ging Deles, Wendell


Orbeso (GPH Panel
Secretariat)

IPs

NCIP Conference
Room, 2F N. dela
Merced Bldg.,
West cor. Quezon
Ave., Quezon City
Notre Dame
University,
Cotabato

OPAPP

16

IPs

MNLF, ARMM, NGOs,


IPs, LGUs, Religious

Lambangian, Erumanen
Menuvu)
International Day of
Peace Discussion on
some salient points of
the BBL and status of
GPH-MILF peace
process

24

19
September
2014

25

25
September
2014

Lakbay Tribo para sa


Karapatan sa Sariling
Pagpapasya - Sept 2526

26

26
September
2014

Inter-tribal IP Peace
Summit

27

13
October
2014

28

17
October
2014

Mindanao Peoples
Peace Movement Inc.
Conversations with the
IPs
5th State of the
Indigenous Peoples
Address (SIPA)
Dialogue with OPAPP

29

24
October
2014

HOR Ad Hoc Committee


on the BBL public
consultation

Dir. Rodel
Ambangan, IPDSSCC
Chair, Mindanao
Peoples Peace
Movement
(MPPC)
Mindanao
Peoples Peace
Movement, Inc.

Teduray
Lambangian
Womens
Organization, Inc.
TLWOI
MPPCI Matet
Norbe
NCIP

House of
Representatives

AVC Hall,
Southern
Christian College,
Midsayap,
Cotabato

Atty. Mohammad Al-Amin


Julkipli (Member, GPH Legal
Team)

CSOs, IPs

Pagadian City
ZamSurEco Gym
Dinas, Zamboanga
del Sur Dinas
Catholic
Formation
Municipal Gym,
Upi, Nuro Upi,
Maguindanao

Atty. Jesus Doque IV (Member,


GPH Legal Team)

CSOs, IPs

Prof. Miriam Coronel Ferrer

IPs, CSOs

Multi Media
Room, College of
Science

Atty. Mohammad Al-Amin


Julkipli (Member, GPH Legal
Team)

CSOs, IPs

NCIP Central
Office, 2F N. dela
Merced Building,
cor. West and
Quezon Aves,
Quezon City
General Santos
City, South
Cotabato

Atty. Mohammad Al-Amin


Julkipli (Member, GPH Legal
Team)

IPs, CSOs

Usec. Jose Lorena (OPAPP)

CSOs, IPs

17

30
31
32

24
October
2014
24
October
2014
11
May 2015

HOR Ad Hoc Committee


on the BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc Committee
on the BBL public
consultation
Orientation and
Workshop on the CAB
and BBL to Indigenous
People Groups

House of
Representatives

Koronadal City,
South Cotabato

House of
Representatives

Tacurong City,
Sultan Kudarat

OPAPP

Woodland Resort
and Restaurant,
Zambowood Rd,
Zamboanga,

Atty. Mohammad Al-Amin


Julkipli (Member, GPH Legal
Team)
Atty. Anna Tarhata Basman
(Head, GPH Legal Team)

CSOs, IPs
CSOs, IPs
CSOs and IPs

TABLE IV. Meetings/Briefings/Fora/Workshops/Consultations with LGUs


NO.

DATE

16/11/2010

08/03/2011

EVENT

ORGANIZER

Meeting with LGU


officials of Lanao del
Norte and Marawi
City
Planning Meeting for
LGU Consultation

GPNP-MILF

13/04/2011

Consultation with
Local Government
Officials of
Maguindanao

GPNP-MILF

14/04/2011

Consultation with
Local Government

GPNP-MILF

GPNP-MILF

REPRESENTATIVE
FROM
GPNP-MILF/OPAPP
Elena Tower Inn, Iligan Prof. Miriam Coronel
City
Ferrer, Mayor Ramon
Piang
VENUE

Kwago Function Room,


Waterfront Insular
Hotel, Lanang, Davao
City
Genalin Resort,
Barangay Calean,
Tacurong City, Sultan
Kudarat

Mayor Ramon Piang

Provincial Capitol,
Isulan, Sultan Kudarat

Dean Marvic Leonen,


Prof. Miriam Coronel

18

Dean Marvic Leonen,


Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,
Mayor Ramon Piang, Dr.
Hamid Barra

AUDIENCE
LGU of Lanao del Norte and
Marawi City
LGUs:
3 Mayors; 1 Vice Mayor and
representative of Mayor of
Isulan
LGUs of Maguindanao:
Gov. Toto Mangudadatu, 5
Provincial Board Members,
24 Mayors, 19 Vice-Mayors,
9 ABC Presidents and 2 SK
Federation Presidents
LGU of Sultan Kudarat:
Rep. Arnulfo Go, Vice-Gov.

officials of Sultan
Kudarat

Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,


Mayor Ramon Piang, Dr.
Hamid Barra
Dean Marvic Leonen,
Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,
Mayor Ramon Piang, Dr.
Hamid Barra

16/05/2011

Consultation with
Local Government
Officials of Basilan

GPNP-MILF

Provincial Capitol,
Isabela City

17/05/2011

Consultation
Meeting with
Zamboanga City
Mayor and the City
Council

GPNP-MILF

Sangguniang
Panglungsod Session
Hall, City Hall,
Zamboanga City

Dean Marvic Leonen,


Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Dr. Hamid Barra

18/05/2011

Consultation with
Local Government
Officials of Sulu

GPNP-MILF

Lantaka Hotel,
Zamboanga City

Dean Marvic Leonen,


Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Dr. Hamid Barra

07/06/2011

Consultation with
Local Government
Officials of TawiTawi

GPNP-MILF

Sangguniang
Panlalawigan Session
Hall, Provincial
Capitol, Bongao, TawiTawi

Dean Marvic Leonen,


Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,
Dr. Hamid Barra

29/08/2011

Consultation with
Christian Leaders

Marco Polo Hotel,


Davao City

Dean Marvic Leonen

19

Ernesto Fontanilla, 10
Mayors, 8 Vice-Mayors, 7
ABC Presidents
LGU of Basilan:
Gov. Jum Akbar, Vice-Gov.
Al-Rasheed Sakkalahul, 2
Provincial Board Members,
9 Mayors, 4 Vice-Mayors, 1
PCL President, 3 ABC
Presidents and 2 SK
Federation Presidents
LGU of Zamboanga:
Mayor Celso Lobregat, ViceMayor Cesar Iturralde, 9
Councilors and ABC
President Abdurahman
Nuo
LGU of Sulu:
Vice-Governor Benjamin T.
Loong, 3 Provincial Board
Members, 9 Mayors, 5 ViceMayors
LGU of Tawi-Tawi:
Gov. Sadikul Sahali, ViceGov. Rubi Sahali-Tan, 3
Provincial Board Members,
8 Mayors, 4 Vice-Mayors, 7
ABC Presidents
Religious, LGUs, Military:
Former Gov. Manny Piol,
Former Gov. Grace Padaca,
Gov. Miguel Dominguez,

10

07/09/2011

Consultation with
Governors and
Chartered City
Mayors

GPNP-MILF

Marco Polo Hotel,


Davao City

Dean Marvic Leonen,


Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,
Sec. Ging Deles

11

06/10/2011

Region-wide (Region Region 12 LGU


12) LGU
Consultations

Provincial Capitol,
Kidapawan City, North
Cotabato

Dean Marvic Leonen,


Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,
Mayor Ramon Piang, Dr.
Hamid Barra

12

07/02/2012

Consultation with
the LGU of Upi

LGU of Upi

Upi Municipal Hall,


Maguindanao

13

02/05/2012

Meeting with Gov.


Arthur Pingoy Jr.

GPNP-MILF

South Cotabato
Provincial Capitol

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,
Usec. Yasmin Busran-Lao,
Mayor Ramon Piang, Dr.
Hamid Barra, Atty.
Johaira Wahab (Head,
GPH Legal Team)
Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer

20

Gen. Ariel Bernardo, Gen.


Alan Luga, Gen. Roa, Maj.
Carlos Sol
LGUs:
Sultan Kudarat Gov. Suharto
T. Mangudadatu, N.
Cotabato Gov. Emmylou J.
Talio-Mendoza, S.
Cotabato Gov. Arthur Y.
Pingoy, Jr., Sarangani Gov.
Miguel Rene A. Dominguez,
Zamboanga Sibugay Gov.
Rommel A. Jalosjos,
Zamboanga del Sur Gov.
Antonio H. Cerilles
LGUs:
Gov. Emmylou TalioMendoza, 12 Mayors and 7
Vice Mayors Sultan Kudarat
Vice Gov. Ernesto F. Matias,
M.D., 2 Mayors, 1 ViceMayor and 1 Provincial
Board Member
LGUs, IPs:
Upi Vice-Mayor, SB
Members

LGUs:
Gov. Arthur Pingoy Jr., Vice-

and local executives


in South Cotabato

14

11/05/2012

Peace and Order


Council Meeting
Consultation with
Zamboanga City
executives

Iligan City LGU

15

17/05/2012

16

SP Session Hall, Iligan


City
Zamboanga City Hall

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer
Sec. Ging Deles, Dean
Marvic Leonen

07/06/2012

ARMM RLA
Executive Session

ARMM RLA

Executive Lounge,
RLA Building, Cotabato

Consultation with
Gov. Lala Talio and
North Cotabato
Mayors and Board
Members
Briefing with CG, 6th
ID and ARMM OIC
Governor

GPNP-MILF

Governor's Office,
Cotabato Provincial
Capitol, Amas,
Kidapawan City

Dean Marvic Leonen,


Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,
Usec. Yasmin Busran-Lao,
Atty. Johaira Wahab
(Head, GPH Legal Team)
Dean Marvic Leonen,
Atty. Johaira Wahab
(Head, GPH Legal Team)

17

31/07/2012

18

15/08/2012

GPNP-MILF

6th ID, Cotabato City

Dean Marvic Leonen,


Atty. Johaira Wahab
(Head, GPH Legal Team)

19

18/09/2012

Consultation with

GPNP-MILF

The Podium, ADB Ave.,

Sec. Ging Deles, Dean

OPAPP

21

Governor Elmo B. Toloso,


Provincial Legal Officer
Atty. Romeo Sucaldito Jr.,
LMT Jose Madunguit (Board
Member), Former Cong.
Piol (Consultant in DAR),
10th ID BGen. Ariel
Bernardo, GPH-CCCH
Secretariat Head Major
Carlos Sol,
LGUs
LGUs:
Congresswoman Beng
Climaco, Vice Mayor Cesar
S. Iturralde, city councilors
of two districts
LGUs, RLA

Gov. Lala Talio-Mendoza,


Cotabato Mayors and Board
Members, Officers of 6th ID,
AHJAG, and CCCH, Senior
Military Adviser
LGUs, Military:
ARMM OIC Governor,
Officers of AHJAG, CCCH and
SMA
Gov. Lala Talio-Mendoza

Cotabato Gov. Lala


Talio-Mendoza
Meeting with the
ARMM Governors

OPAPP

Ortigas Center,
Mandaluyong City
CYMA, MAkati

Marvic Leonen, Asec.


Rosalie Romero
Sec. Ging Deles

20

09/10/2012

21

09/10/2012

Media consultation
on the FAB

Office of the
Regional
Governor,
ARMM

Office of the Regional


Usec. Yasmin Busran-Lao
Governor, ARMM
Complex, Cotabato City

22

10/10/2012

Talk on FAB during a


peace rally by the
Consortium of
Bangsamoro Civil
Society

Consortium of
Bangsamoro
Civil Society

Cotabato City

Usec. Yasmin Busran-Lao

23

17/10/2012

Consultation with
ARMM RLA

ARMM RLA

OPAPP

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer, Usec. Yasmin
Busran-Lao, Atty. Johaira
Wahab (Head, GPH Legal
Team)

24

02/12/2012

Provincial Forum on
the Framework

Provincial Multipurpose Gym, Patikul,

Usec. Jose Lorena


(OPAPP)

22

LGUs:
Gov. Esmael Mangudadatu,
Gov. Jum Akbar, Gov
Abdusakur Tan, Gov.
Sadikul Sahali, Gov
Mamintal Bombit Adiong
LGUs:
RG Mujiv Hataman, CSOs,
ARMM local government
officials
LGUs, CSOs:
RG Hataman, RVGov Bainon
Karon, RLA Speaker Rasul
Matmug, Jr., RLA
Assemblyman Romeo Sema,
other members of the RLA
and Cabinet, members of
Consortium of Bangsamoro
Civil Society
Assy. Abdel Anni, Rahima
Alba, Deonato Mokudef,
Mohammad Sarapuddin,
Sittie Norhanie Lao, Juni
Kimin, Dayang Jumaide,
Irene Tiillah, Rodolfo
Bawasanta, Rasol Mitmug
Jr., Samira Gutoc, Rajam
Akbar, Mahendra Madjilon,
Romeo Sema
LGUs, CSOs, Community,
Religious, MNLF, academe:

Agreement on the
Bangsamoro

Sulu

Gov. Abdusakur Tan (Sulu),


Usec. Nabil Tan (OP),
Chairman Nur Misuari
(MNLF), Hji Toks Ebrahim
(MILF), Gov. Jum Akbar
(Basilan), Gov. Sadikul
Sahali (Tawi-Tawi), Gov.
Esmael Toto Mangundadatu
(Maguindanao), Com.
Edilwasif Baddiri (NCMF),
Cong. Dr. Hamid Barraib
Tupay
LGUs, CSOs, Constituents:
Gov. Abdusakur Tan (Sulu),
Usec. Nabil Tan (OP),
Chairman Nur Misuari
(MNLF), Hji Toks Ebrahim
(MILF), Gov. Jum Akbar
(Basilan), Gov. Sadikul
Sahali (Tawi-Tawi), Gov.
Esmael Toto Mangundadatu
(Maguindanao), Com.
Edilwasif Baddiri (NCMF),
Cong. Dr. Hamid Barraib
Tupay
LGUs members of RPOC

25

04/12/2012

Regional Forum on
the Framework
Agreement on the
Bangsamoro

LGU of Sulu

Provincial Multipurpose Gym, Patikul,


Sulu

Usec. Jose Lorena


(OPAPP)

26

04/12/2012

RPOC

Davao City

Usec. Jose Luis Martin


Gascon (Chair, GPH TWG
on Power Sharing)

27

06/12/2012

Basilan State College

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer

LGUs, Academe, Religious

28

10/01/2013

Briefing for the


Regional Peace and
Order Council
(RCPOC)
FAB presentation
during the Peace
Conference 2012
Second Regional

Buluan Municipal Gym,

Prof. Miriam Coronel

LGU:

Province of

23

Forum on the
Framework
Agreement on the
Bangsamoro
Regional Indigenous
Peoples Consultative
Assembly
Wao Consultation on
the FAB

Maguindanao

Buluan, Maguindanao

Ferrer

Gov. Esmael Mangudadatu

GPNP-MILF

Upi, Maguindanao

IPs, LGUs

LGU of LDS /
LDS Provincial
Government
Office

Wao, Lanao del Sur

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,
Usec. Yasmin Busran-Lao
Sec. Mehol Sadain

29

12/01/2013

30

13/01/2013

31

29/01/2013

Provincial Peace and


Order Council
(PPOC) Meeting

PPOC

Tubod, Lanao del


Norte

Sec. Ging Deles, Prof.


Miriam Coronel Ferrer

32

04/02/2013

ARMM RLA

Cotabato City

Atty. Johaira Wahab


(Head, GPH Legal Team)

33

19/02/2013

Presentation to the
ARMM RLA on the
FAB in relation to
IPRA
Multi-stakeholders
forum on the FAB

LGUs, religious, youth:


RG Mujiv Hataman, Gov.
Bombit Adiong, Mayor of
Wao, religious leaders,
students, barangay officials
and representatives,
municipal council
LGUs, Other government
agencies:
Gov. Khalid Dimaporo, Atty.
Rene Burdeos (Regional
Director, DILG, Region X),
PPOC Secretariat
LGU:
ARMM RLA Members

Notre Dame Dadiangas


University Auditorium,
General Santos City

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer

LGUs, Youth, Community,


CSOs, Religious, MNLF

34

12/03/2013

LGU of
Sarangani /
Governor
Miguel Rene
Dominguez,
Sarangani
ARMM Regional
Assembly

RLA Executive Lounge,


ORG Compound,
Cotabato

Atty. Armi Bayot


(Member, GPH Legal
Team)

LGU: ARMM RLA

RLA 3rd Committee


Hearing on
Resolution No. 133

24

35

30/04/2013

36

05/08/2013

37

13/12/2013

38

18/12/2013

39

28/12/2013

Inter-Faith Dialogue:
Forum on
Responsible Voting
and Orientation on
the Bangsamoro
Framework
Agreement
Meeting with Iligan
City Mayor Celso
Regencia
Orientation on the
FAB and the MNLF
Final Peace
Agreement (FPA)
participated by the
Municipal,
Provincial Officials
and other peace
partners in
Sarangani Province
City Government
Forum (updates on
the peace process)

Province of
Sarangani

Municipal Gym,
Maasin, Sarangani

Usec. Yasmin Busran-Lao

LGUs, Community:

Iligan City LGU

Mayor's Office, Iligan


City Hall

LGUs

Sarangani
Province, Office
of the Governor
(through IEC)

Sarangani Highlands,
Sarangania Hall,
Tambler, General
Santos City

Prof. Miriam Coronel, Sec.


Senen Bacani, Usec.
Yasmin Busran Lao
Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,
Sec. Mehol Sadain

IEC-OPAPP

Zamboanga City Hall

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,
Sec. Mehol Sadain

Sulu Forum

OPAPP

Provincial Capitol Ace


Building, Patikul, Sulu

Sec. Ging Deles, Usec.


Yasmin Busran-Lao, Sec.
Mehol Sadain, Usec. Jose
Lorena (OPAPP)

LGUs:
Mayor Beng ClimacoSalazar, Vice Mayor Cesar
Iturralde, city councilors
LGUs, Religious, Academe,
Youth, AFP, Royal Houses,
CSOs, Community:

LGUs and constituents from


Sarangani

LGUs:
Elected officials of
Sarangani

Gov. Abdulsakur Tan, Hon.


Tupay Loong, Hon. Miriam
Arbison, BTC Comm. Asani
Tammang, OES Usec Nabil
Tan, NCMF Comm.

25

40

05/02/2014

Briefing during the


Joint Provincial
Development
Council (PDC) and
Provincial Peace and
Order Council
(PPOC) meeting

North Cotabato
PPOC

Capitol Rooftop, Amas,


Kidapawan City

41

11/02/2014

ARMM LGU Summit

Waterfront Insular
Hotel, Davao City
Senate, Pasay City

42

18/02/2014

Public Hearing on
Proposed Senate
Resolution No. 471

Senate

43

05/03/2014

House Committee on
Mindanao Affairs
briefing re FAB and
Annexes

House of
Nograles Hall, South
Representatives Wing Annex, HOR
Committee on
Mindanao
Affaris

44

11/03/2014

GPH Panel and BTC


Lanao del Sur
Provincial

LDS Provincial
Gov Office and
OPAPP

Provincial Capitol
Gym, Marawi City

26

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,
Usec. Yasmin Busran-Lao

Sec. Mehol Sadain, Usec.


Yasmin Busran-Lao
Sec. Ging Deles, Prof.
Miriam Coronel Ferrer,
Usec. Yasmin Busran-Lao,
Usec. Chito Gascon (Chair,
GPH TWG on Power
Sharing), Atty. Anna
Basman (Head, GPH Legal
Team)
Sec. Ging Deles, Prof.
Miriam Coronel Ferrer,
Sec. Mehol Sadain, Usec
Chito Gascon (Chair GPH
TWG on Power Sharing),
Atty. Anna Tarhata
Basman (Head, GPH Legal
Team)
Sec. Ging Deles, Prof.
Miriam Coronel Ferrer,
Sec. Mehol Sadain, Usec.

Edilwassif Baddiri, ARMM


LCEs
LGUs, Other government
agencies:
Gov. Lala Talino-Mendoza,
VGov Gregorio Ipong, Rep.
Jose Tejada, municipal and
city mayors, board
members, cooperatives,
Hon. Kelie Antao (board
member/chair)
LGUs
Senate, LGUs

HOR, LGUs

LGUs, Religious, Academe,


Youth, Traditional Leaders,
CSOs, Community

Consultation

Chito Gascon (Chair, GPH


TWG on Power Sharing)
Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,
Usec. Yasmin Busran-Lao

45

11/03/2014

Consultation with
Lanao del Norte
Mayors

GPH CCCH /
GPNP-MILF

Hotel Alemania, Iligan


City

46

12/03/2014

GPH CCCH /
GPNP-MILF

47

17/03/2014

Mayor's Office,
Kauswagan, Lanao del
Norte
Grand Astoria Hotel,
Zamboanga City

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,
Usec. Yasmin Busran-Lao
Usec. Yasmin Busran-Lao

48

19/03/2014

Cooperative
Development
Authority

Subic Bay, Travellers


Hotel, Subic Bay

Usec. Yasmin Busran-Lao

LGUs

49

21/03/2014

101st BDE,
Philippine
Army

Top Plaza Hotel,


Dipolog City

Atty. Armi Bayot (Head,


GPH Legal Team)

Military, LGUs

50

21/04/2014

Consultation with
Mayor Rommel
Arnado
WMSU Engagement
with Conciliation
Resources to discuss
the Final Agreement
on the Bangsamoro
peace process
Briefing for the 3rd
National Human
Resource
Development (HRD)
Briefing during the
Provincial Peace and
Order Council
Meeting of
Zamboanga del
Norte
Consultation at Wao,
Lanao del Sur

Wao Public Plaza,


Muncipality of Wao,
Lanao del Sur

Sec. Senen Bacani

51

05/06/2014

GPNP-MILF
with Lihok Wao
and Lanao del
Sur Provincial
Government
NEDA Regional

Audio Visual Room,

Prof. Miriam Coronel

LGUs, Community:
Comm. Peter Eisma, Comm.
Said Shiek, Gov. Mamintal
Alonto Adiong III, Mayor
Elvino Balicao, Jr.
LGUs, Other government

RDC Zamboanga

Western
Mindanao State
University
(WMSU)

27

LGUs:
Mayor Fatima Tomawis
(Tangkal, Lanao del Norte),
Mayor Ibrahim Tuano
(Tagaloan, Lanao del
Norte),
LGUs
LGUs, CSOs, community,
Academe

52

07/06/2014

53

25/06/2014

54

23/07/2014

55

06/08/2014

56

07/08/2014

57

09/08/2014

147th RDC IX
meeting re CAtty.
Armi Bayot
(Member, GPH Legal
Team)riefing
Interreligious and
Intercultural
Conference Peace is
Living together:
Religions and
Cultures in Dialogue
for Peace and
Reconciliation in
Mindanao
RDC XII 46th
Regular Meeting Re
CAB Briefing

Office IX

Claret College, Isabela


City

Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani

agencies

The
Archdiocese of
Cotabato

Notre Dame
University, Cotabato

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer

MNLF, ARMM, NGOs, IPs,


LGUs, Religious

RDC XII

Atty. Armi Bayot


(Member, GPH Legal
Team)

LGUs

Region XII LGA


Orientation
Workshop on CAB
Region IX LGA
Orientation
Workshop on CAB
BASULTA LGA
Orientation
Workshop on CAB
Discussion on the
Bangsamoro
political entity and
its impact to
peacebuilding in
Mindanao

Nasif
Mangotara

Provincial Capitol
Rooftop, Amas,
Kidapawan City,
Cotabato
General Santos City

Atty. Mohammad Al-Amin


(Member, GPH Legal
Team)
Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer

LGUs

Nasif
Mangotara

Zamboanga City

Nasif
Mangotara

Zamboanga City

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer

LGUs

Municipal Gymnasium
of Pangantucan,
Bukidnon

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer

LGUs, CSOs, Community

28

LGUs

58

11/08/2014

Maguindanao, LDS
LGA Orientation
Workshop on CAB
BASULTA LGA
Orientation
Workshop
Region 10 LGA
Orientation
Workshop
Region 9 LGA
Orientation
Workshop
CARAGA LGA
Orientation
Workshop
HoR Public
Consultation (Initial
Public Consultation
on the Bangsamoro
Basic Law)
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
OMI Provincial
Congress re BBL

Nasif
Mangotara

Cotabato City

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer

LGUs

59

01/09/2014

Nasif
Mangotara

Zamboanga City

LGUs

Nasif
Mangotara

Harbor Lights Hotel,


CDO

Nasif
Mangotara

Zamboanga City

Nasif
Mangotara

Butuan City

HOR (Office of
Rep. Vicente
Belmonte)

Celadon Pensionne
House, Pala-o, Iligan

Atty. Mohammad Al-Amin


(Member, GPH Legal
Team)
Atty. Anna Tarhata
Basman (Head, GPH Legal
Team)
Atty. Mohammad Al-Amin
(Member, GPH Legal
Team)
Atty. Mohammad Al-Amin
(Member, GPH Legal
Team)
Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani

60

10/09/2014

61

24/09/2014

62

25/09/2014

63

16/10/2014

64

22/10/2014

HOR

Upi, Maguindanao

Asec. Howard Cafagauan


(OPAPP)

LGUs, CSOs, Community

65

22/10/2014

Fr. Bert

Binoligan Retreat
Center, Kidapawan

LGUs

23/10/2014

Senate Public
Hearing

Senate

Marawi Provincial
Capitol

23/10/2014

HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public

HOR

Polytechnic College
Gym, Cotabato City

Atty. Anna Tarhata


Basman (Head, GPH Legal
Team)
Atty. Mohammad Al-Amin
(Member, GPH Legal
Team)
Atty. Anna Tarhata
Basman (Head, GPH Legal
Team)

66
67

29

LGUs
LGUs
LGUs
LGUs, CSOs, Community

LGUs, CSOs, Community


LGUs, CSOs, Community

68

24/10/2014

69

24/10/2014

70

24/10/2014

71

24/10/2014

72

11/11/2014

73

13/11/2014

74

14/11/2014

75

18/11/2014

76

19/11/2014

consultation
LGA Orientation
Workshop on the
CAB
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
Senate Public
Hearing on the BBL
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
CAB Orientation for
DILG Reg XIII RPOC,
PPOCs and CPOC
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the

Region XI

Metropolitan Suites,
Davao

Atty Jesus Doque Iv


(Member, GPH Panel
Legal Team)
Usec. Jose Lorena
(OPAPP)

LGUs

HOR

General Santos City,


South Cotabato

HOR

Koronadal City, South


Cotabato

Atty. Mohammad Al-Amin


(Member, GPH Legal
Team)

LGUs, CSOs, IPs

HOR

Tacurong City, Sultan


Kudarat

Atty. Anna Tarhata


Basman (Head, GPH Legal
Team)

LGUs, CSOs, IPs

Senate

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer, Usec. Jose Lorena
(OPAPP), Atty. Al Julkipli

LGUs, CSOs, NGOs,


Community

HOR

Sandbar Lepa
Convention Center,
Pasiagan, Bongao,
Tawi-Tawi
Tawi-Tawi

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer, Usec. Jose Lorena
(OPAPP), Atty. Al Julkipli

LGUs, CSOs, Community

HOR

Zamboanga City

Usec. Jose Lorena


(OPAPP), Atty. Al Julkipli

LGUs, CSOs, Community

Region XIII

Butuan City, Agusan


Del Norte

HOR

Jolo, Sulu

30

LGUs, CSOs, IPs

LGUs, Other government


agencies
Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Usec. Jose Lorena

LGUs, CSOs, NGOS,


Community

77

20/11/2014

78

21/11/2014

79

27/11/2014

80

28/11/2014

81

28/11/2014

82

29/11/2014

83

29/11/2014

84

05/12/2014

BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public

HOR

Isabela City, Basilan

HOR

Provincial Capitol
Gym, Ipil Heights, Ipil,
Zamboanga Sibugay

HOR

Marawi City

HOR

(OPAPP), Atty. Anna


Tarhata Basman
Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Atty. Anna
Tarhata Basman

LGUs, CSOs, Community

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer, Usec. Jose Lorena
(OPAPP), Atty. Anna
Tarhata Basman
Atty. Anan Tarhata
Basman

LGUs, CSOs, Community

Tubod, Lanao del


Norte

Sec. Senen Bacani

LGUs, CSOs, Community

HOR

Iligan City

Atty. Anna Tarhata


Basman

LGUs, CSOs, Community

HOR

Pagadian City

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer

LGUs, CSOs, Community

HOR

Cagayan de Oro City

Sec. Senen Bacani, Atty.


Anna Tarhata Basman

LGUs, CSOs, Community

HOR

Northern Christian
College, Laoag City,
Ilocos Norte

Atty. Al Julkipli

LGUs, CSOs, Community

31

LGUs, CSOs, Community

85

05/12/2014

86

10/12/2014

87

11/12/2014

88

12/12/2014

89

13/12/2014

90

15/12/2014

91

15/12/2014

92

21/01/2015

consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR Ad Hoc
Committee on the
BBL public
consultation
HOR BBL Committee
Hearing: Mayors,
Vice Mayors,
Governors of certain

HOR

Baguio City National


High School, Baguio,
Benguet,

Usec. Jose Lorena


(OPAPP)

LGUs, CSOs, Community

HOR

Municipal
Gym, .Buluan,
Magiundanao

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani

LGUs, CSOs, Community

HOR

CAP Auditorium,
Davao City

Usec. Jose Lorena, Atty.


Anna Tarhata Basman

LGUs, CSOs, Community

HOR

Midsayap Municipal
Gym, North Cotabato

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,
Usec. Jose Lorena

LGUs, CSOs, Community

HOR

CARAGA State
University Gym,
Butuan City

Atty. Mohammad Al-Amin


Julkipli

LGUs, CSOs, Community

HOR

JSU-PSU Mariner's
Court, Quezon
Boulevard, Cebu City

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer

LGUs, CSOs, Community

HOR

Session Hall, Provincial Usec. Jose Lorena, Atty.


Capitol, Iloilo City
Mohammad Al-Amin
Julkipli

LGUs, CSOs, Community

HOR

House of
Representatives Batasan Complex, IBP
Rd, Diliman, Quezon

HOR, LGUs

32

Prof. Miriam Coronel


Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani,
Usec. Jose Lorena

areas in Mindanao/
ARMM
Lanao del Sur
Provincial IEC
Program
Province of
Sarangani's
Interfaith Prayer
Rally and Peace
Forum
2015 LMP General
Assembly

93

28/01/2015

94

31/03/2015

95

14/04/2015

96

18/04/2015

Symposium on BBL
and FOI

97

10/05/2015

98

13/05/2015

Promoting Political
Climate and Stability
for Peace in the
Bangsamoro and
Forum on
Governance and
Politics for Peace in
the Evolving
Bangsamoro
Senate Public
Hearing on the BBL

City
OPAPP

Marawi City Provincial


Capitol

Province of
Sarangani

Provincial Gymnasium,
Capitol Compound,
Alabel, Sarangani
Province

Atty. Mohammad Al-Amin


(Member, GPH Legal
Team)
Prof. Miriam Coronel
Ferrer, Sec. Senen Bacani

League of
Municipalities
of the
Philippines

LGUs, CSOs, Academe,


Youth, and other
government agencies
LGUs, Religious, CSOs,
Community

Manila Hotel, Bonifacio Atty. Mohammad Al-Amin


Drive,One Rizal
(Member, GPH Legal
Park,Manila
Team), Atty. Sittie Amirah
Pendatun (Member, GPH
Legal Team)
HOR BBL Ad
Oroquieta City,
Atty. Anna Tarhata
Hoc Committee Misamis Occidental,
Basman (Head, GPH Legal
& Committee on
Team), Atty. Sittie Amirah
Public
Pendatun (Member, GPH
Information
Legal Team)
IAG, LOGODEF, Marco Polo Davao, C.
Prof. Miriam Coronel
PCID, and
M. Recto Street,
Ferrer
ZABIDA
Poblacion District,
Davao City

LGUs

Senate

Senate, CSOs, LGUs

Sulu Provincial Capitol,


Patikul, Sulu

33

Usec. Jose Lorena


(OPAPP), Atty. Al Julkipli
(Member, GPH Legal
Team)

HOR, LGUs, CSOs, and Media

CSOs and LGUs

99

14/05/2015

Senate Public
Hearing on the BBL

Senate

100

17/05/2015

Cotabato Provincial
Peace Assembly

Cotabato
Provincial
Government

Royce Convention Hall,


Grand Astoria Hotel,
Zamboanga

Usec. Jose Lorena


(OPAPP), Atty. Al Julkipli
(Member, GPH Legal
Team)
Pigcawayan Town Hall, Prof. Miriam Coronel
Pigawayan, North
Ferrer
Cotabato

34

Senate, CSOs, LGUs

Cotabato Provincial
Government: Sangguniang
Panlalawigan, local
chapters of league of Board
Members and Barangay
Captains (Dulia Sultan, Kelly
Antao, Eliseo Garcesa,
Loreto Cabaya Jr.);
Pigcawayan LGU: Mayor
Herminio; Bangsamoro
communities from
Maguindanao and North
Cotabato

35

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