Malacañang affirmed Thursday that President Rodrigo Duterte has marked (signed) the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL), after he and his authorities issued clashing articulations about the issue. Presidential representative Harry Roque said in an instant message, "this is to declare that the President has recently marked the BOL into law".

Duterte's long-term helper Christopher Go affirmed in a different instant message that the BOL has been agreed upon. The president initially declared the marking of BOL amid the 69th commemoration of Ipil, a town in Zamboanga Sibugay, at around 5:13 in the afternoon of Thursday.

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The president said that 'the BBL has been marked yet he will go home for a type of a service with (Moro Islamic Liberation Front pioneers (Ghadzali) Jaafar and (Al-Hajj) Murad (Ebrahim))'.

Be that as it may, perplexity emerged after his declaration was negated by his authorities. Minutes after the declaration, Roque sent an instant message expressing that starting at 5:43 in the afternoon the Bangsamoro Organic Law has not yet been marked by the president.

Go put forth a comparative expression in an instant message sent at 5:18 in the afternoon. Amid his visit to flame casualties in Zamboanga City minutes past 7 in the evening, his second open commitment Thursday, Duterte emphasized that he has marked the BOL.

Based on some medias, Duterte stated --- alluding to BOL by its old name, "I signed the BBL (Bangsamoro Basic Law) [already]" (translated from Tagalog). He included that 'he has no desires. Not every person dislike it. They should check whether it can be adjusted. The individuals who are disillusioned may wage a war'.

Duterte should sign the BOL amid his third State of the Nation Address last Monday.

Be that as it may, the House neglected to approve the measure in light of the authority quarrel in the chamber.

The House endorsed the measure last Tuesday. The Presidential Legislative Liaison Office affirmed that the BOL was gotten by Malacañang at 7:30 in the evening last Wednesday. Likewise Thursday, Duterte said he might want to converse with Moro National Liberation Front establishing director Nur Misuari to talk about a peace bargain so it could be acknowledged before the year's over.

He said, "I can make --- so simply like an independence for him.

That is the thing that he needs and pending the government framework usage. He should simply confide in me. I have around three years to hack it".