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OLD BBL

PREAMBLE
1st par.

The terms used to refer to the subjects


of BBL were Bangsamoro people and
other inhabitants of the Bangsamoro.

REVISED BBL

It adds non-Moro indigenous


peoples and Christian settlers as
the subjects of BBL.

It says within national


sovereignty as well as the
territorial integrity of the Republic
of the Philippines

Removed

Instead of parity of esteem, it


uses national unity.

It is now entitled as Basic Law


of the Bangsamoro Autonomous
Region

It is now Bangsamoro
Autonomous Region.

Removed

2nd par.

Not found

3rd par.

It mentioned the phrases to chart


their political future through
democratic process and as stipulated
under the Comprehensive Agreement
on the Bangsamoro(CAB)

4th par.

It stated that Bangsamoro Basic

Law, through the Congress of the


Republic of the Philippines, as the
basic law of the Bangsamoro that
establishes the asymmetrical
political relationship with the
Central Government founded on
the principles of subsidiarity and
parity of esteem.

ARTICLE 1
Section 1

It was named as Bangsamoro Basic


Law

Section 2

The name of the political entity was


Bangsamoro.

Section 3

It mentioned the phrase their


aspiration to chart their political
future through a democratic process
as one of the purposes of the law.

OLD BBL
ARTICLE 2
Section 1

SAME

Section 2

REVISED BBL

SAME

The sentence there shall be no


discrimination on the basis of
identity, religion, and ethnicity is
added.

SAME

It uses Geographical Area.


It limits only to waters over which
the Bangsamoro Autonomous
Region has jurisdiction.

It uses the term Bangsamoro


Geographical Area.

It adds the City of Lamitan.

It says that a popular ratification


shall also be conducted all the
indigenous peoples, Christian
settlers and other inhabitants.

It adds within the area of


autonomy identified in the 1976
Tripoli Agreement.

It specifies the areas where a


plebiscite can be held by adding
the phrase political units directly
affected.

Not found

Section 3

SAME

ARTICLE III
Section 1
It used the term Territory.
It was defined to include the
maritime, terrestrial, fluvial and
alluvial domains, and the aerial
domain above it.

Section 2

It used the term Core Territory.

Not found

Not mentioned

Section 3

Not found

It provided that the inclusion in the


territory may be effected upon
approval by a majority of the votes
cast in a plebiscite

OLD BBL

Not stated

ARTICLE 4
Section 1

Not mentioned

REVISED BBL

It states the period when to file


petition for inclusion.

It adds the phrase genuine


autonomy and describes selfgovernance as meaningful. It also
says political development as one
of the pursuits of Bangsamoro
people.

It adds the sentence Pursuant to


the rights of 18 women to
meaningful political participation,
women shall be represented in all
19 decision-making bodies of the
Bangsamoro Government.

Instead of ministerial form of


government, it says
parliamentary form of the
government.

It adds the sentence Civilian


authority is, at all times, supreme

Section 2

Not found

Section 3

It stated that the Bangsamoro


Government shall adopt an
electoral system suitable to a
ministerial form of government.

Section 4

Not found

Section 5

It stated that the Bangsamoro

OLD BBL
abides by the principle that the
country renounces war as an
instrument of national policy,
adopts the generally accepted
principles of international law as
part of the law of the land and
adheres to the policy of peace,
equality, justice, freedom,
cooperation, and amity with all
nations.

REVISED BBL
over the military.

Removed

It says Bangsamoro area.

It says National Government.

Section 6

It used the term Bangsamoro.

Section 8

It used the term Central Government.

NOT FOUND

NEW PROVISION :

SEC. 9.
Declaration on the Rights of Non-Moro
Indigenous Peoples. The Bangsamoro
Government recognizes and promotes
the rights of non-Moro indigenous
peoples within the framework of
national unity and development.