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SECOND SESSION OF 6-PART LEARNING SERIES: Electoral System Reform and Design

The second session of the IAG-International IDEA 2018 Learning Sessions on Charter Change and Federalism in Congress is confirmed on May 29th at the House of Representatives and May 31st at the Senate of the Philippines. Speakers for this session will discuss electoral system reform and design.

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House to ask Duterte to certify BBL as urgent

The House of Representatives will once again ask President Rodrigo Duterte to certify as urgent the Bangsamoro Basic Law to expedite the passage of the legislation before Congress goes into its sine die adjournment on June 1 | Philippine Daily Inquirer

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Marathon session on BBL sought

Congress has to fast-track its approval of a viable Bangsamoro Basic Law that would clear the way for President Rodrigo Duterte’s vision for the long-elusive peace in Mindanao and spur rapid economic development particularly in the island’s poorest provinces | Manila Standard

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IAG, International IDEA kick off learning sessions on charter change and federalism in Congress

With concrete proposals out in the open, there is a great need to deepen understanding and analysis of the proposals in the light of the Philippine context and lessons from elsewhere.

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Duterte assures passage of BBL before end of May

President Rodrigo R. Duterte on Wednesday reiterated his promise to fast-track the passage of the Bangsamoro Basic Law, hoping it will be done before end of May | PNA

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