Bangsamoro Gov’t names Peace Champion 2020

COTABATO CITY – The Bangsamoro Government, through its Ministry of Public Order and Safety (MPOS), named Esmael Usop Sema from Maguindanao as Bangsamoro Peace Champion 2020. MPOS Minister Hussien P. Muñoz awarded Sema a trophy, plaque of recognition and P50,000 cash reward in a ceremony Monday, Dec. 28, in Cotabato City.   Muñoz said the…

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DepEd Cotabato City, schools in 63 towns in NorthCot now under BARMM

COTABATO CITY – The Department of Education (DepEd-National) officially transferred Monday, Dec. 28, the management and integration of the DepEd Cotabato City Division, along with schools from 63 barangays in North Cotabato, to the Bangsamoro Government’s Education Ministry. Schools Division Office (SDO) of DepEd-Cotabato City turned over a total of 83 schools of which 43…

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5 LGUs in BARMM receive P25-M each for municipal hall construction

COTABATO CITY—Five (5) municipalities in the Bangsamoro region each received P25-million financing and capacity development Thursday from the Bangsamoro Government’s local government ministry (MILG). MILG Minister Atty. Naguib Sinarimbo together signed Memoranda of Agreements with the five mayors for the implementation of their 2-storey municipal government centers. The municipalities of Sultan Dumalondong, Butig, Poona Bayabao,…

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Ebrahim cites challenges in transition, BARMM accomplishments

COTABATO CITY—During the Chief Minister’s Hour on Wednesday, Chief Minister Ahod “Al-Haj Murad” Ebrahim cited several challenges faced by the interim government throughout the transition period, which root the call for its extension from 2022 to 2025. “The transitional environment sets some limitations in instituting changes and reforms in the BARMM,” Ebrahim said. The chief…

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BTA Parliament approves ₱75.6-billion BARMM budget for 2021

COTABATO CITY – Bangsamoro Transition Authority (BTA) Parliament approved Wednesday night, Dec. 23 the proposed ₱75.6-billion budget of the BARMM government for fiscal year 2021. With 55 members voting Yes, zero voting No, and no abstention, the parliament approved BTA Bill No. 73 entitled “An Act Appropriating Funds for the Operation of the Bangsamoro Government…

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