With only three days left, Senate President Franklin Drilon conceded, saying there is no more time for Congress to pass the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL), as the measure is already dead in the Senate.
bakit di ko makuhang madismaya sa sagot ni bb. pilipinas ms. universe re the u.s. bases. kasi hindi naman nakakagulat. iyan naman mismo ang naghaharing pananaw, in no uncertain terms. good to be reminded what we’re up against.
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