The Office of MP Rasol Y. Mitmug, Jr. is launching its fourth e-book, this time on the Bangsamoro Civil Service Code.
The BCSC, or Bangsamoro Autonomy Act No. 17, was passed in February of this year. It is one of the priority codes of the Bangsamoro Transition Authority, and covers the conduct of civil servants, qualifications for non-elective positions, the merit and fitness system, among others.
Unique provisions within the BCSC enable mujahideen and mujahidat to avail employment opportunities with the Bangsamoro Government during its transition period.
MP Mitmug hopes this will be a valuable resource for students, teachers, lawyers, and everyday citizens who wish to read and understand the new Bangsamoro government.
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Bangsamoro Civil Service Code (Bangsamoro Autonomy Act No. 17) EPUB | PDF
Keep up-to-date with the current numbers and record of the Bangsamoro Parliament with facts and figures.
The Office of MP Rasol Mitmug Jr. launched a statistical digest of the work of the Bangsamoro Transition Authority.
The statistical breakdown includes updates on the number of bills and resolutions categorized under filed, pending and passed.
This page also contains a Counter on the finished session days for the third regular session. The legislative calendar which was recently approved is comprised of a total of 60 plenary sessions. The third regular session was opened on June 15, 2021.
Click this link to direct you to the parliamentary statistics: bta-updates.rasmitmug.com
The calendar for the third regular session for 2021-2022 was approved by the Members of the Parliament on Wednesday.
With the resumption of the third regular session on June 16, 2021, the parliament approved proposed resolution no. 447 adopting calendar of session with 60 plenary sessions. Before its adoption, members of the parliament expressed their concerns on the timetable of passing of the priority codes during the specified schedule in the proposed calendar. MP Lorena asked Majority Floor Leader Lanang Ali if consultations to accomplish the priority codes have been considered in the two-week sessions, emphasizing that the BTA should double time for the passage of the codes. To that, MP Ali answered that the priority codes will be passed within this year and that the Chief Minister may call a special session for that purpose on the first and second week of the month. The majority leader also added that his Office and SUBATRA are planning to hold a “strategic and operational planning” on parliamentary procedures focusing on the timetable for deliberating and passing legislations.
Minority Floor Leader Baintan Ampatuan raised that enumeration [of dates] should be linked with a plan to accommodate a lot of pending legislations. She also made a point of inquiry on whether a notice or advisory is still mandatory from the Secretary General considering the calendar has already been set. MP Ali answered that the calendar is a reminder for all MPs about the schedule of sessions and that the Secretary General may send notice beforehand. MP Nabil Tan qualified to move for the approval of the matter in discussion but also asserted that rules can be amended anytime, and he may add dates [in the calendar] during the strategic planning session.
On the query of holidays by MP Saliga, majority leader said that no session will be held when it falls during holidays. In answer to MP Rasol Mitmug’s question about the proposed planning session of the BTA, MP Ali explained that the strategic planning was supposed to be scheduled in May but was postponed to June due to covid-19 surge in the city and neighboring areas but it did not materialize. As of now, the tentative schedule is on the first and second week of July. It was also said that the amendment of house rules is imperative prior to the amendment of the calendar. Speaker Adiong and MP Tago both agreed that legislative agenda should be tackled first in the Committee of Rules. Consequently, the legislative calendar could be enhanced during the planning session.
Calendar can be accessed here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Z8WOwB75tkZ9ulm9-_Zez59nU6rtEQew