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Byline: Darwin T. Wee
REUNITING the Moro fronts in southern Philippines is seen as a crucial step to address the decades-old problems of instability and violence in the region and pave the way for Bangsamoro self-determination.
This was cited in the exploratory talks in Kuala Lumpur last week between the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF).
"Working with other leaders representing constituents within the Bangsamoro requires sitting down to define goals, articulate interests and agree on common courses of action... but we think we both need to do more than this," government chief negotiator Mario Victor F. Leonen said in his opening …