The video below is the pitch of the lower house proponents to support the bill that replaced HB 4994
Substitute House Bill 5811: The Basic Law for Bangsamoro Autonomous Region
To better understand the difference between the original bill, HB 4994, to that of HB 5881, here are the highlights of the deleted provisions that were thought to be “unconstitutional”.
I’m sharing this info so our people can weigh on the issues for or against House Bill 5811 or the creation of the Basic Law for Bangsamoro Autonomous Region. In this way, we can form an objective stand and participate intelligently in our democratic space.
Are you for or against the current form of the proposed Basic Law of Bangsamoro Autonomous Region? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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