Nat’l Amnesty Commissioner Key To Peace Process: Galvez – Kuri007 Detail Explored

Nat’l Amnesty Commissioner Key To Peace Process: Galvez – Kuri007
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The Office of the Presidential Adviser on Peace, Reconciliation and Unity (OPAPRU) said the establishment of the National Reconciliation Commission (NCA) is essential in encouraging the rebels to accept the constitutional peace process. It will also help the government to deal with the causes of the armed conflict, emphasized OPAPRU Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr.

Galvez recalled his experience as a military officer who joined the December 1989 coup attempt against the government of then president Corazon Aquino. He was among those granted amnesty by former President Fidel V Ramos (FVR) in 1996, after spending years in prison at Fort Bonifacio along with other military rebels, some of his class of 1985 at the Philippine Military Academy.

“I will always be grateful to FVR because it gave me and other managers a second chance in life,” said Galvesz. “It was with that amnesty announcement that I was able to renew my military service and become an Army of the Philippines military chief.”

Galvez said this is the reason why OPAPRU under his leadership is pushing for the official establishment of NAC, based on Executive Order No. 125 issued by former President Rodrigo Roa Duterte in February 2021.

Aside from EO 125, Duterte also issued Presidential Proclamation Nos. 1090, 1091, 1092, and 1093, which granted amnesty to members of the Revolutionary Workers’ Party of the Philippines/Revolutionary Proletarian Army/Alex Boncayao Brigade-Tabara Paduano Group (RPM-P/RPA/ABB-TPG) or KAPATIRAN, and Communist Party of the Philippines-New People’s Army-National Democratic Front (CPP-NPA-NDF), respectively.

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The proposal to officially establish the NAC shows that the national government is determined to eliminate the roots of armed conflict in the country and “provide a better life for ex-combatants,” said Galvez.

“With the establishment of NAC, we hope to provide former rebels with the opportunity to fully integrate into society as peaceful, productive and law-abiding people,” he added.

Remembering FVR’s legacy of amnesty, peace

Galvez also paid tribute to Ramos, saying the former president left a strong legacy with his amnesty program and his work to achieve lasting peace in the Philippines.

“What made former President Ramos remarkable as a leader was his contribution to the overall peace process in the Philippines. Although he was a soldier, peace was an important part of his genes,” said Galvez.

Ramos was a government official with “very good appreciation” for the peace process, according to Galvez. “He knew that plans for peace and development must be done simultaneously. This attitude will be the hallmark of his administration. “


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