DAVAO CITY – The fourth round of talks between the Philippine government and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines has not yet started, but it is already showing signs of becoming the most challenging.
The opening ceremony of the fourth round of talks should have started on Sunday morning The Netherlands time but it was delayed by several unresolved issues.
President Duterte on Sunday called the government negotiators now in The Netherlands. The details of Duterte’s directive were not clear but sources told the Philippine Daily Inquirer that Duterte directly talked with Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Jesus Dureza, Labor Secretary and peace panel chair Sylvestre Bello III and peace panel member Angela Librado-Trinidad.
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