80 miyembro ng BTA, nanumpa sa tungkulin

80 miyembro ng BTA, nanumpa sa tungkulin

August 13, 2022 @ 10:00 AM 2 months ago


MANILA, Philippines- Pinangunahan ni Pangulong Ferdinand Marcos Jr. ang oath-taking ceremony ni Bangsamoro Transition Authority ( BTA)  interim chief minister Ahod Ebrahim at 79  iba pang miyembro nito (BTA), araw ng Biyernes, Agosto 12.

Sa nasabing seremonya, kinilala ni Pangulong  Marcos ang  “great deal of work” na dapat ma-accomplish ng BTA sa loob ng tatlong taon , mula sa pagsasabatas ng  fundamental laws at fiscal policy hanggang pagdaraos ng eleksyon.

Binigyang-diin ng Pangulo ang pangangailangan para sa BTA na makapagpasa ng ilang batas gaya ng Electoral Code, Local Government Code, at ilang aspeto ng  fiscal policies bago ang 2025 elections na magbibigay daan naman upang makamit ang kaparapaan, pag-unlad at genuine autonomy sa  Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM).

“Such important laws to be passed in three years is not an easy task, and that’s why I will be here as head of the national government to support BARMM,” ayon kay Pangulong Marcos.

Samantala, mayorya ng   workforce ng BTA  ay kinabibilangan ng mga abogado, lawyer-certified public accountants, engineers, guro, doktor,  architects, media practitioners, politicians, mga dating elected officials sa local levels, at government bureaucrats.

Ang mga ito ay kinatawan mula sa mga lalawigan ng  Maguindanao, Lanao del Sur, Lanao del Norte, Sulu, Basilan, at Tawi-Tawi, at maging miyembro ng  Bangsamoro community sa North Cotabato, indigenous peoples na hindi naman  Moro,  Kalagan o Kagan community sa Davao Oriental, at Christian o settler communities sa Davao City at Cotabato City.

Ang mga bagong  appointed members at nanumpa sa tungkulin ay sina:

  • Ahod Balawag Ebrahim

  • Abdullah Ebus Gayak

  • Abdullah Biston Hashim

  • Abdullah Goldiano Macapaar

  • Abdulraof Abdul Macacua

  • Abdulwahab Mohammad Pak

  • Aida Macalimpas Silongan

  • Akmad Indigay Abas

  • Ali Omar Salik

  • Ali Bangcola Solaiman

  • Amroussi Ampuan Macatanong

  • Anna Tarhata Sumande Basman

  • Bai Maleiha Bajunaid Candao

  • Baileng Simpal Mantawil

  • Basit Sarip Abbas

  • Benjamin Tupay Loon

  • Dan Sala Asnawie

  • Eddie Mapag Alih

  • Eduard Uy Guerra

  • Haron Muhammad Abas

  • Hussein Palma Muñoz

  • Ibrahim Dumaraag Ali

  • Kadil Monera Sinolinding. Jr

  • Lanang Tapodoc Ali. Jr

  • Marjanie Salic Macasalong

  • Mary Ann Madroño Arnado

  • Matarul Matarul Estino

  • Mohagher Mohammad Iqbal

  • Mohammad Shuaib Yacob

  • Mosber Entol Alauddin

  • Mudjib Compania Abu

  • Pangalian Macaorao Balindong

  • Raissa Herradura Jajurie

  • Ramon Alejandro Piang Sr.

  • Said Zamahsari Salendab

  • Said Manggis Shiek

  • Sha Elijah Biruar Dumama-Alba

  • Suharto Sandayan Esmael

  • Suwaib Latip Oranon

  • Tawakal Buga Midtimbang

  • Ubaida Casad Pacasem

  • Ali Montaha Datu Haron Babao

  • Hatimil Esmail Hassan

  • Muslimin Asalim Jakilan

  • Albakil Dasani Jikiri

  • Faisal Guiabar Karon

  • Omar Yasser Crisostomo Sema

  • Adzfar Hailid Usman

  • Abdulkarim Tan Misuari

  • Nurredha Ibrahim Misuari

  • Denmartin Abdukahil Kahalan

  • Abdulaziz Mangandaki Amenodin

  • Hamid Uddin Malik

  • Tarhata Matalam Maglangit

  • Randolph Climaco Parcasio

  • Laisa Masuhud Alamia

  • Rasol Yap Mitmug, Jr.

  • Baintan Adil Ampatuan

  • Jose Iribani Lorena

  • Nabil Alfad Tan

  • Suharto Mastura Ambolodto

  • Don Mustapha Arbison Loong

  • Amilbahar Saddalani Mawallil

  • Rasul Enderez Ismael

  • Susana Salvador Anayatin

  • Romeo Kabuntalan Sema

  • Froilyn Tenorio Mendoza

  • Ishak Veloso Mastura

  • Ali Balayman Sangki

  • Nabila Margarita Pacasum Pangandaman

  • Diamila Disimban Ramos

  • John Anthony Lacbao Lim

  • Hashemi Nur Dilangalen

  • Sittie Fahanie Sindatok Uy-Oyod

  • Jaafar Apollo Mikhail Lintongan Matalam

  • Bassir Dimaukom Utto

  • Khalid Ma-Ampor Hadji Abdullah

  • Michael Enit Midtimbang

  • Mohammad Kelie Ugalingan Antao

  • Paisalin Pangandaman Tago

Ang  Moro Islamic Liberation Front ang nag-domina sa BTA dahil mayroon itong 41 nominado at  39 mula sa gobyerno.

Ayon sa  R.A. 11054 o  Bangsamoro Organic Law, ang BTA “shall be the interim government in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region during the transition period, with legislative and executive powers and functions of the Bangsamoro government.”

Nakasaad pa rin sa BOL na ang “MILF shall lead the BTA, without prejudice to the participation of the MNLF in its membership. It shall be composed of 80 members, who shall be appointed by the President.”

Sa bilang na 80, 41 miyembro ay dapat na magmula sa  Moro Islamic Liberation Front at ang natitirang  39 ay mula naman sa  gobyerno ng Pilipinas.

Ang komposisyon ng  41 MILF members ay produkto ng  consultative process na isinagawa ng MILF sa pamamagitan ng internal review at vetting process.

Ang listahan ay isinumite sa  Office of the President (OP) sa pamamagitan ng Office of the Presidential Adviser on Peace, Reconciliation, and Unity, at “subject” sa  selection at evaluation process ng  Office of the President (OP).

“The BTA is tasked with producing results that will address a variety of challenges, including peace and security concerns, poverty reduction, business and job creation, and stability between ethnic clans and economic classes, among others,” ayon sa ulat.

“This year, the BTA was scheduled to end on June 30 after the regular members of the BARMM parliament will be chosen on May 9 during the national and local elections. However, Congress decided to push back the regional elections until 2025, adding three more years to the BTA. (LTAIS-Public Information, Publication, and Media Relations Division),” ayon pa rin sa ulat. Kris Jose