ARMM executes conviction of transition to Bangsamoro govt next year
John Unson (philstar.com) – November 17, 2018 – 18:30
COTABATO CITY, Philippines – Regional officials are confident of the memory of Monday the 29th anniversary of the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao is the last.
The talk of ARMM's remuneration with a Bangsamoro autonomous region in Muslim Mindanao or BARMM, through the organic team Bangsamoro (BOL), will be released on January 21, 2019.
ARMM officials are optimistic The Supreme Court will reject the bid on Sulu Gov. Abdusakur Tan Jr. to block BOL's implementation, referring to its insufficientity.
"We will vote for BOL during the January 21 negotiation in the proposed BARMM area. It will be a" yes "voice from us, said Muhiv Hataman, now a second regular ARMM regional governor, on Saturday.
He said that their celebration on Monday of the 29th anniversary of ARMM is the region's last.
"We are convinced that a transition from ARMM to BARMM will happen next year," he said.
Once ratified by the 21st of January referendum, BOL with legal involvement will disable ARMM, which is covered by a regional charter, Republic 9054, to pave the way for the establishment of BARMM.
BARMM will be managed by the Moroccan Liberation, which has two peace talks with the National Government — Bangsamoro 2012 Framework Agreement and Bangsamoro Overall Agreement 2014.
"We are looking forward to a move next year. Meanwhile, our concern is to set deadlines for so many pro-people projects we implement to support the peace process," Hataman said.
The ARMM government has intensified assistance for its humanitarian emergency response and response team, or HEART, in the region's five provinces pending the possible dissolution of the quota as a result of the transition process.
HEART workers treated 4 977 medical and dentists in several cities in Maguindanao in the last two weeks, most of them marginalized residents and relatives of MILF members.
The current operation of HEART in Maguindanao was preceded by its extensive medical and dental mission assignments in Basilan, Tawi-Tawi and in Sulu, whose provincial leadership is resistant to the replacement of ARMM with a Bangsamoro unit.
Hataman also said accelerated now their construction of more than a thousand nuclear homes for poor families in ARMM's five provinces under Bangsamoro Regional Inclusive Development for Growth and Empowerment.
Among the recipients of nuclear protection are members of Abu Sayyaf in Basilan who returned to the law of law by request from the ARMM Regional Peace and Order Council.
ARMM 29th birthday on Monday will be shortened by cultural programs showing ethnicity in the region's mixed Muslim, Christian and luman communities.
In an e-mail, ARMM's public information bureau said that Hataman, who strives for the sole congressional seat in Basilan, will deliver its last regional address, or SORA, on December 20.
SORA is an annual activity in the 24th Regional Assembly, which is considered the small congress of the Autonomous Region.