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New Report Examines Political Parties in Bangsamoro

April 16, 2014

BangsamoroReportAfter almost 30 years of fighting and multiple rounds of negotiations, peace negotiations with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front in the southern Philippines have led to agreements that include the establishment of a new parliamentary form of government for an autonomous region of Bangsamoro.  A new report from The Asia Foundation assesses the overall state of political parties and the potential for political party system development in the Bangsamoro region and what these parties might look like in the future. Download report.

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  1. The Bangsamoro Global Party duly registered in the Security and Exchange Commission an alternative party and partylist to support the Bangsamoro people both local. national and international Politically, economically and religiouslly

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