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The proposed law, the elections of the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Resetting Mindanao (BARMM) next year to 2025 was approved by three House committees two days after the Senate voted to pass its version of the bill at second reading.

The House Committees on Suffrage and Electoral Reform, adopted one for Muslim affairs and for peace, reconciliation and unity n Consolidated draft law proposing to postpone the BARMM elections from the original schedule of May 2022 to May 2025.

The approved draft law summarized five different legislative measures adopted by the majority leader and the MP of the 1st district of Leyte, Ferdinand Martin Romualdez, submitted; Deputy Speaker and Antiques Representative Loren Legarda and Reps. Isidro Ungab (3rd District, Davao City); Khalid Dimaporo (1st district, Lanao del Norte) and Esmael Mangudadatu (2nd district, Maguindanao).

Maguindanao Rep. Datu Roonie Sinsuat presented the revised replacement law during the hearing and applied for its approval.

The The bill provides for the BARMM elections to be postponed from the second Monday in May 2022 to the second Monday in May 2025.

The incumbent officials of the Bangsamoro Transition Authority, headed by Prime Minister Murad Ebrahim, will continue to fill their offices, provided they will not be terminated by the President before the 2025 elections.

The President has sole power and discretion to determine the term of office of the appointed BTA members.

Romualdez urged approval of the bill, citing the Need for the people of Bangsamoro to “ensure the continuous growth and development of their region”.

“This will also be enough time for a full and eff More efficient transition of the BARMM and the effective implementation of programs and operations of the BTA, said the official of the House of Representatives due to the deadly coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) of 2019.

“In addition, the BARMM interim government, the Bangsamoro Transition Authority, under the leadership of Bangsamoro Interim Chief Minister Murad Ebrahim, pointed out that the BTA should do more It takes time to build red tape, pass basic codes and help ex-MILF fighters improve their quality of life, “Ungab said. The Davao City legislature said many aspects of the transition were” undeniably delayed by the pandemic “.

For his part, Dimaporo stated that the draft law required” compliance with the normalization annex within the framework of the comprehensive agreement on Bangsamoro and the framework agreement on Bangsamoro for the reintegration of MILF fighters into the majority society ”.

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