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As the Philippine Government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front continue to pave the way towards the establishment of the Bangsamoro, the indigenous peoples incessantly demand to fully include the Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Act in the Bangsamoro Basic Law to ensure the recognition, protection and promotion of their rights in the incoming entity. 


With its inclusive peace framework, the Mindanao Peoples’ Peace Movement supports this position of the Teduray, Lambangian, Dulangan Manobo and Erumanen ne Menuvu. Here’s the full position paper submitted to the Congress.




Full Inclusion of Indigenous Peoples’ Right in the Bangsamoro Basic Law


Timuay Santos Unsad reads the position paper during the Congressional Public Hearing on the Bangsamoro Basic Law in Nuro Municipal Gymnasium, Nuro, Upi, Maguindanao on October 22, 2014.