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As part of our effort to open the communication between the government and the people through different channels, the Office of MP Rasol Y. Mitmug, Jr. is providing an online resource platform for experts and interest groups to facilitate public access to legislative documents of the Bangsamoro Transition Authority.
Our e-book series features the Bangsamoro Organic Law (RA 11054), the Parliamentary Rules and Procedures of the Bangsamoro Transition Authority (Resolution No. 6), and 3 Priority Codes: the Bangsamoro Administrative Code, the Bangsamoro Civil Service Code, and the Bangsamoro Education Code.
Aligned with people’s right to information and call for moral governance, it is the Office’s goal that these will be valuable resources for students, teachers, lawyers, and everyday citizens who wish to read and understand the new Bangsamoro government.
Bangsamoro Organic Law (R.A. 11054)
Bangsamoro Administrative Code (Bangsamoro Autonomy Act No. 13)
BTA Parliamentary Rules (Resolution No. 6)
Bangsamoro Civil Service Code (Bangsamoro Autonomy Act No. 17)
Bangsamoro Education Code (Bangsamoro Autonomy Act No. 18)
(Updated: September 1, 2021)
RESEARCH/ POLICY PAPERS:
The following papers document our observations, questions, and recommendations on various issues within the Parliament. We hope this proves insightful for both constituents and researchers. Click on the link to download the papers.
- Establishing a Halal Ecosystem in BARMM: Challenges and Recommendations
- Legal Review on the Bangsamoro Education Code
- Notes on the Bangsamoro Civil Service Code
- Notes on the Bangsamoro Administrative Code
- Comparative Matrix on the draft BAC (Bill No. 60) and the 1987 Administrative Code (EO 292)
The links below are a collection of online learning series on the workings of a Parliament in partnership with the Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD). Each course has an assortment of video lectures and readings. We hope these materials help students, researchers, and constituents in general understand better the functions of the Bangsamoro Parliament.
In addition, we have also listed other available resources on other topics of interest (previous talks and webinars):
- Online Privacy & the Open Web
- Data Science Webinar
- Islamic Finance 101 Webinar series
- The Usual Suspects: Counter Terrorism in Moro Communities
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