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Peace and

Development Roadmap
of the Duterte
Administration
Top Level Policy Dialogue: Prospects for
Peace under the Duterte Administration
11 August 2016, Quezon City

The
Six-Point
SIX-POINT
PEACEOF
AND
DEVELOPMENT
AGENDA
STRUCTURE
THE
PRESENTATION
Peace and Development Agenda

1. Continuity of the GPH-MILF Peace Process


through implementation of the Comprehensive
Peace Agreement (CAB)
2. Closure of the GPH-MNLF
Peace Process

3. Continuity of the
GPH-CPP/NDF/NPA Peace
Process towards a Final
Peace Agreement

6. Promotion of the culture


of peace and conflict
sensitivity in peace building
and development.

5. Development in conflictaffected areas

4. Closure of the peace agreements with


the CPLA and the RPMP-RPA-ABB

1. Meaningful implementation of the FAB and


CAB towards healing in the Bangsamoro
Assessment and formulation of an enhanced approach and
timetable (roadmap) for the implementation of the CAB and
its annexes and sub-agreements

o Conduct of consultation-validation with stakeholders


on proposed roadmap for the implementation of the
MILF peace agreement
o Review, assessment and rationalization
of the presence of existing
peace mechanisms
o Composition of a credible
team that will continuously
engage the MILF

Meaningful implementation of the FAB and


CAB towards healing in the Bangsamoro

Review, rationalization and submission of an enabling


law to congress that is acceptable to the MILF, MNLF,
IPs and the broader stakeholders and national
constituency
Building a climate and consolidation of constituency
supportive of the enabling law and the Bangsamoro
Peace Process

2. Completion of implementation of
remaining commitments under the GPHMNLF Peace Agreement for a just closure
Complete implementation of remaining commitments of
GPH under the MNLF Peace Agreement based on the
result of the Tripartite review within an agreed timeframe
o Establishment of Bangsamoro Development Assistance
Fund (BDAF)
o Creation and operationalization of the Tripartite
Implementation Monitoring Committee (TIMC)
Ensure convergence between the 1996
FPA and the CAB in an enabling law
that will include the 42 consensus
points agreed upon by the GPH and
the MNLF legal panels during the
TRP

3. Accelerated signing and implementation


of peace accords with communist insurgents
Reconstitution of the JASIG list and release of NDFP
consultants and other JASIG protected persons participating
in the negotiations
Release of APOs and PPs on humanitarian grounds
Signing of final peace agreement with CPP-NDF-NPA
Substantial implementation of provisions of the peace
agreement once signed
Amnesty Proclamation for the release of all detained political
prisoners, subject to concurrence by Congress

4. Immediate conclusion of the peace


process with CPLA and RPMP-RPA-ABB

Signing of closure agreement and eventually the exit or


completion agreement with RPMP-RPA-ABB
Immediate releases of APOs and PPs belonging to RPMPRPA-ABB for humanitarian reasons

Full implementation of CPLA closure agreement towards


exit or completion

5. Peace promoting catch-up socioeconomic development in conflict affected


areas
Enhancement of the Peace and Development framework
making social cohesion, conflict transformation and good
governance as cornerstones
Accelerated implementation of peace and development
projects in areas covered by peace agreements
Rationalization, coordination and monitoring of delivery of
socio-economic interventions by donor institutions and
government agencies in conflict affected areas, especially in
Mindanao

6. Building of a culture of peace and


conflict sensitivity

Mainstreaming of peace education and building a


constituency supportive of the peace process with the
Bangsamoro and Communists

Addressing humanitarian concerns resulting from armed


conflict through the integration of DRRM into the peace
process as per RA 10121
Mainstreaming conflict sensitivity and peace promotion
(CSPP) in local governance and in the work of national
agencies

6. Building of a culture of peace and


conflict sensitivity
Continuing the work of integrating gender in the peace
process including the implementation of the National
Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security
Support to and capacity building for local conflict resolution
Integration, healing and reconciliation of former combatants
and conflict affected communities
Harmonization of efforts to address issues and concerns
resulting from armed conflict including the protection of

CIAC, HR-IHL and interfaith and intercultural


dialogue

Peace and Development Roadmap of


the Duterte Administration

THE BANGSAMORO PEACE


AND DEVELOPMENT
ROADMAP

Building Blocks in the Bangsamoro


Peace Process
The Tripoli Agreement was signed in 1976 to start efforts
to establish autonomy in Southern Philippines.
In 1996, the Final Peace Agreement (FPA) with the MNLF
was signed and implemented in two phases:

Phase 1 implementation officially declared completed


RA 9054 (Strengthening and Expanding the Organic Act
for ARMM) was enacted incorporating provisions of the
1996 FPA
The Tripartite Review Process ended in 2016 with 42
consensus points for amendments to RA 9054 identified
and remaining deliverables:
o Establishment of the Bangsamoro Development Assistance Fund
o Creation of the Tripartite Implementation Monitoring Committee
o Resolution of issues on co-management of strategic mineral
resources.

Building Blocks in the Bangsamoro


Peace Process
The Indigenous Peoples Rights Act or RA 8371 was
enacted in 1997 recognizing the rights of indigenous
cultural communities or indigenous people, particularly their
right to self-governance and self-determination
In March 2014, the Comprehensive Agreement on the
Bangsamoro was signed ending the peace negotiations
with the MILF
The Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL), the implementing
mechanism of CAB, failed to pass in the last Congress.
On 18 July, President Rodrigo Duterte approved the
Peace and Development Roadmap for the Bangsamoro
Peace Process

Building Blocks in the Bangsamoro


Peace Process
On 21 July, Presidential Peace Adviser Jesus Dureza
and MILF Chair Al Haj Ebrahim Murad agreed to form
their respective 5-member implementing panels to
discuss the reconstitution of the BTC and other actions to
be taken by GPH and MILF following the implementation
track.

The Bangsamoro
Peace and Development Roadmap
THE BANGSAMORO TRANSITION COMMISSION:
LETS EXPAND IT TO INCLUDE MORE ACTORS
Recasting the Bangsamoro Transition
Commission
To be composed of representatives from MILF,
MNLF, ARMM, Indigenous Peoples, Sultanates,
LGUs and other sectors
Mandate
Recommend amendments to the Constitution
via the federalism project to establish the
Bangsamoro Government
Craft the enabling law for submission to
Congress; and

Spearhead the dialogue and conversation of


people in Mindanao on the Bangsamoro peace
process

The Bangsamoro
Peace and Development Roadmap
TWO SIMULTANEOUS TRACKS:
FEDERALISM + ENABLING LAW APPROACH

LEGISLATIVE TRACK
Consolidate and converge all peace agreements and
legislations
Parking of constitutional issues in the proposed enabling
law and await Supreme Court ruling and ConCon
deliberations
New BTC will call for an inclusive All-Moro Assembly to
consult on the new draft.
New BTC will submit to Congress the new version of
enabling law by July 2017.

FEDERALISM TRACK
New BTC will call for an inclusive All-Moro Assembly to
discuss its submission to ConCon
New BTC will submit proposals compliant with peace
agreements to theba ConCon within six months

Way Forward for the


Bangsamoro Peace Process
1. Conduct of the GPH-MILF Implementing Team
Meeting in Malaysia to discuss how to move the
Roadmap
2. Finalization of the composition of the GPH and
MILF Implementing Teams and members of the
BTC
3. Issuance of an EO to amend the mandate of the
BTC

4. Organizing of the recasted BTC


5. Planning for and conduct of conversations and
listening sessions on the Roadmap and the
enabling law

6. Preparations for the conduct of the All-Moro


Assembly

Way Forward for the


Bangsamoro Peace Process
Inclusivity in processes and continuing
dialogue and confidence building with all
stakeholders.
Accelerated delivery of socio-economic
programs in the Bangsamoro especially in the
far flung, conflict-affected areas.

Constituency building, continuing advocacy


and marketing of the roadmap to all
stakeholders including outside Mindanao and
among non-Moro.

Peace and Development Roadmap of


the Duterte Administration

THE PEACE ROADMAP WITH


COMMUNIST INSURGENTS

Framework for Moving the CPP-NDF-NPA


Negotiations Forward
Accelerated and simultaneous negotiations of
the remaining substantive Agenda
Ceasefire implementation
Calibrated release of alleged political offenders
and political prisoners

Way Forward for CPP - NPA - NDF


Exploratory meeting on 14-15 June in Oslo, Norway for
resumption of peace talks
On 25 July during the SONA, President declared unilateral
ceasefire with the CPP/NPA/NDF and lifted on 30 July 2016

GPH and NDF panels will resume formal peace talks in


Oslo on 20-27 August 2016
Continuing delivery of socio-economic interventions in
conflict affected areas

Thank you!
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTIAL ADVISER
ON THE PEACE PROCESS