A POLICY REVIEW:

Bangsamoro Administrative Code


Estrada & Aquino Law

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Estrada & Aquino Law is a Technical Consultant of Access Bangsamoro. The author may be reached at (02) 8534-8166 or (02) 7719-4089 with address, 2515 High Street South Corporate Plaza Tower 2, 26th St., Coir., 11th Ave., BGC, Taguig City 1634.


INTRODUTION

This policy review is for the purpose of ensuring that the provisions of House Bill No. 60, or the proposed “Bangsamoro Administrative Code” is consistent with the provisions of R.A. 11054 or the “Bangsamoro Organic Law”; in harmony with existing laws and jurisprudence of the Republic of the Philippines; and in conformity to the principles laid down in the 1987 Philippine Constitution.

This brief presents salient provisions of the draft Bill, raises potential legal issues relative to the administration of the Bangsamoro Government, and provides some recommendations that the Bangsamoro Parliament may consider in its final deliberation of the Bill.


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Access Bangsamoro is an online and social media portal that promotes the free flow of information, analysis, and discussions for the effective implementation of the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL) and the successful transition to the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM).

Access Bangsamoro is a project of the Ateneo School of Government (ASOG) through the Ateneo Policy Center, in partnership with the Institute for Autonomy and Governance (IAG) under the Enhancing Political Dialogue for Inclusive Peace in the Bangsamoro (ENPOLD Bangsamoro). The project is made possible with the funding assistance from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Government of Australia.