DAVAO CITY, Philippines – The National Ulama Conference of the Philippines (NUCP) urged for unity and preparation so that the "hearts and minds of the electorate" would be won towards the ratification of the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL). In a statement issued October 7 and released to reporters on ... (Date:10/13/2018 13:56) Read full article >>

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