Alcanzare, lead organizer of Yes for Peace, sees the public declaration of the President and Misuari as a go signal for them to follow through their plan to present “A Call for Bayanihan Towards a Peaceful, Progressive and Prosperous Philippines” and a menu of community-based government programs prepared by 18 learners of the Integrated Gabay ng Paglilingkod (I-Gabay) of the Leadership and Management Program (LAMP).
Lalanto, al Haj, adviser of Yes for Peace, disclosed that they have informed Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Secretary Jesus Dureza and Labor Secretary and the government's chief negotiator in talks with the NDFP Silvestre H. Parayno, commanding general of the Civil Relations Service, Armed Forces of the Philippines, hailed the manifesto as a welcome addition to peace initiatives undertaken by various sectors of society to help ensure the success of the ongoing comprehensive peace process.
“Malolos City is expected to be visited by the Australian delegations and are excited to see the home of the first democracy and republic in Asia.
Interestingly, both nations have one thing in common—colony-- as we were under Spain and America; United Kingdom for the Australians as the latter is still under a Commonwealth system of government,” the young City Mayor told local newsmen.
Oxygen, being the most abundant element on the earth’s crust or on the ground, makes up 65 percent of the human body, and carbon, also abundant on the top soil of the ground, is 18 percent, and hydrogen is 10 percent.
Renewal of commitment to peace by President Duterte and Misuari inspires 'Yes' for peace group PLARIDEL, Bulacan, Nov.