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The OPAPRU peace roadmap will lead the next administration.

MANILA – Once the new officials take office, the Office of the Presidential Adviser on Peace, Reconciliation, and Unity (OPAPRU) will transfer over its peace roadmap to the next administration.

President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration has “strengthened the foundations where a just and long-lasting peace can take root and blossom,” according to OPAPRU Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr.

“Once the new administration takes office, we will hand over a suggested peace policy agenda and a revamped three-year plan of the peace tables and support programs that expand on the peace process’s accomplishments,” Galvez said in a statement.

He thinks that the roadmap will assist the new administration in developing its own peace and development agenda as well as “moving the broader Philippine peace process forward.”

“During President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration, many milestones have been achieved. “We hope and pray that the new administration will continue to safeguard, support, and improve on the country’s peace processes,” Galvez added.

He went on to say, “I am extremely certain that the new administration will lead in our common drive for a just and sustainable peace in the country.”

In support of the Philippine Development Plan 2017-2022, dubbed Malasakit, Pagbabago at Patuloy na Pag-unlad, the Duterte administration is implementing the Six-Point Peace and Development Agenda, which serves as a guide for the government’s peace process initiatives, peace agreements, and protection and development of conflict-affected and vulnerable communities (Compassion, Change, and Continuous Change).

Galvez also urged the population to put differences aside and work with the next administration to improve the country.

“We’re calling on all Filipinos to come together.” The election is concluded. As we proceed toward national healing and reconciliation, let us strive together to pull down the barriers of partisan politics’ divisiveness, hate, and animosity,” he urged.

Opponents were also instructed to “accept the majority’s choice and assist the new administration as it takes up the reins of nation-building,” according to Galvez.

“I urge our peace partners and former rebel organizations to continue working for peace, particularly in Mindanao,” Galvez said, noting that the presumptive President’s spokesperson had previously stated that “peace and progress in Mindanao is one of their goals under their unifying vision.”

According to Galvez, the Duterte administration is “leaving a legacy of peace.”

“May the next administration continue this legacy of peace so that we can build a better, brighter, and peaceful future for future generations,” he added.

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