Philippines: New Police Leader in Muslim Mindanao Says “I want peace in my homeland.”

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 (philstar.com) 

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Philippine Police Director General Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa at the symbolic turnover of the ARMM police directorship from Chief Superintendent Reuben Theodore Sindac (middle) to Chief Superintendent Graciano Mijares (left). JOHN UNSON

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MAGUINDANAO, Philippines — The new police director for the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao has vowed to helping push the peace process in the southern Philippines forward.

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Chief Superintendent Graciano Mijares, who graduated from the Philippine Military in 1988, took command of the Police Regional Office-Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao from his PMA upperclassman, the Chief Superintendent Reuben Theodore Sindac.
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Sindac, who belongs to PMA class 1984, served in the Army, the Philippine Constabulary and the Philippine National Police for 37 years.
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Mijares said he will extend the same support Sindac provided to people in the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation…

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3 Responses to Philippines: New Police Leader in Muslim Mindanao Says “I want peace in my homeland.”

  1. You “Bato” is a clever man. Could you, please, make the Middle East Muslims as clever as you and call them to make peace with Israel? Please do.

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