Duterte to meet Gloria Arroyo and Nur Misuari

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MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte is defined to meet up with former President and today Pampanga 2nd District Representative Gloria Macapagal Arroyo and Moro National Liberation Front side chairman Nur Misuari on Monday, November 28, in Malacañang Palace.




This is the first-time Duterte could have a one-on-one ending up in Arroyo in Malacañang. The last period the ex – president was in the Palace, it had been to wait the first National Reliability Council meeting beneath the Duterte administration. Ex – presidents Benigno Aquino III, Fidel Ramos, and Joseph Estrada had been as well at the meeting.

Arroyo has been profuse found in her gratitude for Duterte following the plunder circumstance against her was dismissed by the Supreme Courtroom last July, closing her practically 4 years of hospital arrest.

She had expressed her “heartfelt appreciation” to Duterte for allowing her circumstance to “take its lessons totally unhampered.”

Since that time, Arroyo has vowed to totally support Duterte in Congress.

Alternatively, Misuari’s ending up in Duterte on Monday is definitely the second period he sets foot in Malacañang beneath the Duterte administration.

The 1st time was when he was flown to the Palace from Sulu mere time following the publication of a court order suspending arrest warrants against him.

His short-term freedom is supposed to permit him to take part in the Mindanao peace method. Duterte got declared previously that Misuari had not been to be arrested because of his “fragile” state, despite rebellion fees over the 2013 Zamboanga siege to protest the peace procedure with rival group Moro Islamic Liberation Front side (MILF).




Misuari has thanked Duterte for his “freedom” and promised to activate with the federal government peace panel by drafting his own proposal to amend the powers and territory of the Autonomous Location found in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM).

Duterte promised a far more inclusive peace procedure that could engage more interest groupings found in Mindanao, including MNLF.