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Institutions in the future Bangsamoro New Political Entity

Options and Considerations

This paper aims to detail the options on how the institutions of the future Bangsamoro may look like and the considerations that are essential guideposts towards making the decisions on which forms to adopt. Specifically, it will post key questions on four major concerns –on the electoral system, on the ministerial form of government, the participation in the governance process of minorities, specifically, indigenous minorities in the region and on the relations between the local and regional governments. more…

Cristita Giangan | December 15, 2013

Kêtindêg, Volume 2 Issue 6

Quarterly Newsletter of the IPDEV Project

Here you can find the IPDEV Project's quarterly Newsletter Kêtindêg covering events and developments of the months of May, June and July 2013. more…

October 1, 2013

Facts and Figures about the Indigenous Population in ARMM

IPDEV Survey Results

In this brochure, the IPDEV project presents the results it gathered from its household survey conducted in 2013. more…

October 1, 2013

Ballots instead of bullets

MILF on track of forming own political party

In Sultan Kudarat, Maguindanao, political officers from the Central Committee of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) and ranking commanders from its armed wing, Bangsamoro Islamic Armed Forces (BIAF), sat down in a four-day seminar geared towards boosting the rebel group’s bid of forming its own political party. more…

Event Reports | September 19, 2013

BTC Seminar on the Ministerial Form of Government and Electoral Systems

From 12-13 August a seminar on the Ministerial Form of Government and Electoral Systems took place for the Bangsamoro Transition Commission BTC in Cotabato City. An original article about the seminar was written by Exective Assistant Atty. Haron Meling and published on the MILF website more…

Event Reports | August 12, 2013