'Senate BBL version denies Bangsamoro control of lakes, rivers'
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The Senate version of the draft Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) would deny control and supervision over fisheries and other resources in lakes, rivers and inland bodies of water in their region to the Bangsamoro government. This was pointed out yesterday by professor Miriam Coronel-Ferrer, the chief government peace negotiator who said "this election in Senate Bill No. is 2894 is troubling." Ferrer headed the government panel that negotiated a peace with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front that would have substance once a law governing a new Bangsamoro entity is signed.
Esplanada, J. (2015, August 26). 'Senate BBL version denies Bangsamoro control of lakes, rivers'. Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A4.
Fishery regulations; Fisheries; Lakes; Rivers; Inland water environment; Governments; Legislation; Inland waters; Hydroelectric power plants; Electric power sources; Power plants; Electricity; Exclusive rights; Property rights; Solar power; Wind power; Moro Islamic Liberation Front; Coronel-Ferrer, Miriam; Marcos, Ferdinand Jr
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