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I will reconstitute the peace panel with men and women of integrity who the elections, and the issues that
will directly report to me. There was a time when the peace process was face the nation.
doing well until the Arroyo Government began to use the peace
negotiation as prop to political survival. I will see counsel from peace Email Address:
advocates like former OPAPP Secretary Deles, Peace Panel Head
Afable and former Notre Dame University President, Fr. Mercado to put
back on track the credibility needed in the peace process.
I will ensure the participation of various Mindanao stakeholders –
Muslims, Lumad, Christian settlers – in the negotiating panels and
working groups;
I will create a niche for the participation of other Muslim “gatekeepers”
particularly traditional and LGU leaders, MNLF, the Ulama, Bangsamoro
civil society.
Request the Bishops-Ulama Conference to submit a report on the
results of the consultations it conducted in the aftermath of the failed
MOA-AD; likewise with all known civil society organizations and
academic institutions which undertook similar consultations or
researches in the past year, such as the University Network on the
Mindanao Question led by the UP School of Law, the Consortium of
Bangsamoro Civil Society, the Philippine Council for Islam and
Democracy, and the Al Mujadilah Foundation.

The results of all these processes should be collated, with key points of
agreement and contention identified for inputting into the peace
mechanism, as appropriate. On this basis, a mechanism should be
devised for these groups to participate in the continuing dialogue on and
monitoring of their recommendations.

2. MNLF

I will immediately convene the Oversight Committee on the Organic Act


on Muslim Mindanao (RA 9054) and complete a review and assessment
of the implementation of the law. I will issue an Executive Order
reviving/extending the function of the Oversight Committee, which was
last convened before 2004 and which never completed its task, and
impose a deadline for the completion of its work.
I will order the Department of Foreign Affairs, with the Office of the
Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP), to give a report on
the tripartite review of the GRP-MNLF Final Peace Agreement and cull
the “immediate doable” measures that government can undertake.
I will order an inventory of the backlog on assistance to MNLF rebel
returnees, as the basis for determining the requirements and timetable
for addressing the gap and closing the existing program, while a new
program is crafted in cooperation with concerned LGUs and
approximating the international standards on DDR (Disarmament,
Demobilization and Rehabilitation) of former combatants.

3. Indigenous People

We will review the recent appointment of the Commission to ensure they


are in accordance with the law and rationalize the NCIP plantilla to
professionalize the bureaucracy to do its mandate under the law,
including the delineation of ancestral domains (AD) and support the
development of the Natural Resource Management Plan (NRMP).
I will work with IP communities and all land and resource-management
related agencies for a thorough review of all Certificates of Ancestral
Domain Titles (CADTs), Certificate of Ancestral Land Titles (CALTs),
and Certificates of Free Prior and Informed Consent (CFPICs) issued
towards weeding out those issued defectively, fast-tracking decisions on
all pending applications, and providing support for development and
implementation of the ADRMP for areas covered by CADTs.
I will ensure basic education, health, and sanitation facilities and
services for IP communities.
I will look into the immediate situation of security of IP communities in
areas of ongoing armed conflict.

4. Internally Displaced Families

Families displaced by conflict will receive full support to be able to return to


their communities of origin, if they so desire.

I will put up a compensatory fund which will provide shelter, food and
livelihood assistance to enable the estimated 30,000 internally displaced
families to return to their homes.

5. Lawless and Criminal Elements

I will dismantle private armies and take a firm hand against all forms of
lawlessness

I will ensure the prosecution of all identified perpetrators of the


Ampatuan massacre. I am aware that the families of the victims and
witnesses of the crime are vulnerable to harassment as well as bribes to
weaken the case. I will ensure that families of the victims and witnesses
of the crime will receive adequate protection and support as they work
for justice.
The Maguindanao massacre was not just a local Maguindanao problem.
It was abetted by the national government with government policies and
resources. DND should submit immediately the result of its investigation
and inventory of the arms and ammunition confiscated from the
Ampatuans and identify civilian and military leaders responsible for the
build up of arsenal of the Ampatuans.
I will revoke EO546. Never again will public funds be used to support
and maintain a private security force.
KFR incidents are national security concerns. I will commit full budgetary
support to PACER in establishing and implementing an anti-kidnapping
strategy in Mindanao; provide full support for the filing of charges
against suspected perpetrators, including full protection for released
victims and their families.
Under my watch, I will ensure that all security forces will be insulated
from partisan politics. I will implement the Defense Reform Program
started by former DND Secretary Nonong Cruz which aimed to build a
professional AFP. A professional AFP along with a professional PNP
committed solely to defend the constitution and uphold the law is the key
to the dismantling of private armies and implementing the gun control. All
forms of excuses for self-protection can be abandoned only when
citizens trust state security forces.
We will aim to improve the ratio of security forces to our growing
population.
All appointments in the AFP and PNP will be based on merit and
performance.
Forces on the ground will be provided with adequate provisions,
equipment and training to be able to discharge their duties effectively.

Governance
1. Performance Incentives

Setting National Policy: Performance- and outcome-driven over-investments


in education, health, and employment interventions.

I will match every peso invested by 4th and 5th class LGUs in basic
education, maternal and child health care and potable water and
latrines.

Moreover, I will provide additional support to performing LGU’s so they


can fast track filling the gaps in attaining targets for their education,
health and sanitation programs. In education I will support LGU efforts to
attain 100 % basic education enrolment, lowering dropout rates and
increasing completion rates.

2. Transparent and proper use of public funds

I will ensure that all fund releases to all LGUs will be transparent and its
utilization fully accounted for.

I will support DBM’s effort started by former Secretary Emilia Boncodin in


regularly publishing and disseminating all releases to the LGUs.
I commend COA for their fearless reports which exposed politically
sensitive cases such as the Jocjoc Bolante fertilizer scam. I will ensure
adequate support to state auditors for proper and accurate audit reports.
And their reports will not end in filing cabinets. The OP will take the
necessary action on irregularities in the COA reports.

3. Free and honest elections

I will ensure free, honest and orderly elections.

I will release the Mayuga Report to make public the findings on the role
of the military in the controversial 2004 elections.
On the next ARMM election in 2011, I will install measures that will hold
paramount the will of the people of ARMM. The military and the police
will remain strictly politically neutral. They will ensure that the election is
clean, orderly and peaceful.

Development
1. Infrastructure

To transform Mindanao into modern agricultural center and the nation’s food
basket.

I will address infrastructure gap in farm to market roads, irrigation and post
harvest facilities.

Corollary, to substantially reduce post-harvest losses, post-harvest facilities


will be provided to Mindanao corn, coconut and rice farmers while
processing facilities will be made available to coastal fishers and
aquaculturists.

Additional irrigated farms will raise cropping intensity and hence productivity
contributing in the process to the attainment of the goal of self-sufficiency for
specific commodities and bolstering export-competitiveness for others.

During my term, I will improve its total road network by bringing its
current paved road ratio closer to the national average. This will lower
transport costs and post-harvest losses.
Corn driers will be priority of DA under my watch. Every 1,000 hectares
of corn land will be serviced by at least 1 corn drier.
Irrigation coverage will be expanded. Mindanao has about 700,000
hectares of farms that need irrigation. We will expand irrigation facilities
to service half of the area by the end of my term, subject to sound
cost-benefit analysis.

2. Public Investment

In areas of Mindanao where private investors are hesitant to invest due to


high risk and uncertainty, my administration will establish state enterprises
that will partner with potential private investors or extend guarantees to them
to spread the risks. The purpose is to generate investments in these areas
as a way of jump-starting economic activities and providing employment
opportunities so direly needed in these communities. This will be the
government's direct assault on breaking the vicious cycle of lack of jobs,
resulting to greater poverty, in turn partly fuelling the conflict, leading to lack
of investments and lack of jobs.

Among my priority will be government investment in the development of


the Halal Industry. This, first and foremost, will answer the essential
need of Filipino Muslims for access to food and non-food products that is
consistent with their faith. This will also enable local producers, Muslims
and non-Muslims, to partake of the multi-billion dollar world halal market.
I will encourage investments in our energy sector to tap more diverse
sources of power and lower the cost of energy in the long term. In the
short term, I will support moves to mitigate the effects of the power crisis
such as:

Leasing power barges


Contracting additional generating capacity through cooperatives and
private utilities
Allowing the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines to use
ancillary services such as the contracting of back-up generating
capacity
Promoting demand side management

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