By Alan Nawal
, Edwin O. Fernandez
Two more clan feuds involving five Muslim Iranun families were settled peacefully in solemn rites here over the weekend, ending armed disputes that reportedly left scores of casualties in years.
By Tarra Quismundo
It’s not as simple as drafting a bill renaming a street.
In the last 27 years, the government and the communist rebels have been holding peace talks on and off, with negotiations getting suspended several times.
By Edwin Fernandez
Thousands of Maguindanaons and Maranaos gathered at the city plaza here Sunday in a peaceful rally and called for the passage of the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law by Philippine Congress.
The Bangsamoro Transition Commission (BTC), composed of representatives from the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), signed on Sunday the final draft of the proposed law for the establishment of the Bangsamoro government in Mindanao, officials said Monday.