The Framework Agreement on the Bangsamoro was signed on October 15, 2012 in Manila, Philippines. FURTHER READING: The Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro The draft Bangsamoro Basic Law Below is a copy of the scanned document: Click to download the above as a PDF file.
The Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro was signed on March 27, 2014, which concludes the 17 years of negotiations between the Government of the Philippines and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front.
The 33rd round of Formal Exploratory Talks between the negotiating panels of the Government of the Philippines (GPH) and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) held in Kuala Lumpur on November 12-17, 2012, ended on a positive note.
Ladies and gentlemen, for decades, Malaysia has been home to those who sought refuge from this conflict. Thousands fled in search of safety. Generations have grown up on our shores. Far from the land of their ancestors. It is our abiding hope that the agreement gives them a homeland again. For Mindanao, there can be no more lost generations. So I give my assurance to all the people of the Philippines—we will stand with you to make this agreement work.
Today, we are here to celebrate a victory for the Bangsamoro people and the Filipino nation that is shared by the international community and the Muslim world, the victory earned not by war but by that collective desire tempered by the inner nobility of human nature to restore justice and peace to a troubled land. Today, we are here to put an end to the adversarial relationship between the Bangsamoro and the Philippine nation and what makes this more significant and quite touching on our part is that this is happening under the administration of President Noy-Noy Aquino whose martyred father, Senator Ninoy Aquino, and mother, the late President Cory Aquino fought on the same side of the fence with us against the dictatorship that devastated our homeland and the lives of thousands of our people.
The Philippine Government (GPH) and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) herein referred to as the Parties to this Agreement, have agreed and acknowledged as follows:
I fervently desire that the progress we have made will not stop. Because as a nation, and you as a profession, we must keep our sights firmly set on the future, to build on what is good and work even harder to meet the challenges of what remains to be done.
Signed on August 5, 2008, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, by representatives of the Philippine government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front. It was deemed unconstitutional by the Supreme Court on October 14, 2008.
Signed on September 2, 1996, in Manila, Philippines the agreement effectively ended the Moro National Liberation Front’ rebellion against the Philippine government.
Signed on December 23, 1976, in Tripoli, Libya, the agreement was between representatives of the Government of the Philippines and the representatives of the Moro National Liberation Front:
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