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Egalitarian | We will win

With the question of how we change the constitution, the public is saddled with the option of having no election to give way for the charter change to implement federalism, or to delay the implementation of federalism by facilitating first

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Egalitarian | Public goods and federalism

There is a growing concern on how public goods are provided in a federal framework given that the country is used to a unitary setup. Also, it was a source of hot discussions on how the public goods are provided.

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Egalitarian | Theory and practice in public safety and Mindanao development

It was Sunday, and they were not in their uniform. The 48 junior officers, mostly Senior Inspectors, and very few Chief Inspectors going back to school to learn and re-learn managerial skills and leadership qualities as they are set to

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Egalitarian | Federal constitution and strong regional governments

The Constitutional Commission proposed 18 regional governments or others call as States in the federated Republic of the Philippines.

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EGALITARIAN | At the end of the Indigenous Peoples Summit

THE IP SUMMIT which was initiated by the Office of the Cabinet Secretary ended with a very beautiful spectacle. MinDA Chairman, Sec. Datu Abul Khayr Alonto expressed deep joy for seeing the Lumads converging together to discuss concerns that affect them

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Egalitarian | When at the Indigenous Peoples Summit

The venue is full of colorful dresses with designs I have quite seen for a long time. The event is a convergence of Indigenous Peoples from the island of Mindanao.

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Egalitarian | A Singapore for a province

SOME camps claim that the federalization of the country is primarily economic.

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Egalitarian | Agree business: a dedication to the coolest dads

It was a wonderful Sunday. The world just celebrated the Father’s Day, and for all its intention, the Day was able to bring about the great feeling of fatherhood, making us more conscious of our responsibilities and our roles.

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Egalitarian | Economic model that works for Mindanao

As a theoretical economist, I have been talking about creating economic hubs for Mindanao to diffuse concentration of development, create opportunities at the countryside, capture the benefit of value-added production, and increase the marginal productivity of labor.

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Egalitarian | My independence, my heroes, my Mindanao

We have been celebrating Independence Day, for more than one hundred years we have been waving our national flags, but my researcher’s mind rushes to seek out the hypothesis of the celebration. Do we appreciate the worth of our freedom?

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