BY ROGER M. BALANZA
The Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL), seen as a final solution to the Mindanao Moro problem, is facing threats.
The Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF), the first Moro rebel group to sign a peace agreement with the government, could still throw a monkey wrench into efforts to find lasting peace in Mindanao by questioning the legality of the BBL before the Supreme Court.
The MNLF, once the biggest armed Moro rebel group in Mindanao, also has a fighting force that sporadically engages in firefights with government soldiers and attack villages. It is suspected to have links with Mindanao terrorist groups. Nur Misuari, MNLF chairman, is in hiding over rebellion charges.
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