Dr. Adiong’s work on Moral Governance cited in Manila times

In Manila times’ article: Moral governance as the key ingredient to BARMM’s success, Dr. Nassef M. Adiong, OIC of Policy Research and Legal Services, was cited as a key source in understanding the notion of the Bangsamoro’s Moral Governance Framework:

“Dr. Nassef Manabilang Adiong, an associate professor at the Institute of Islamic Studies of the University of the Philippines, presented the principles of moral governance in the Bangsamoro on YouTube on March 3, 2021 (refer to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k3rVreC9k0Q). At the outset, he stated that many people’s ideas about governance are often related to Western democracy. He added that based on his team’s research, the multilateral organizations’ Western democratic framework of good governance has seven prescriptive criteria or qualities: 1) accountable; 2) consensus-based; 3) equitable, efficient and inclusive; 4) participatory; 5) responsive; 6) transparent; and 7) [upholds] rule of law. These qualities and characteristics are noble and are important to attain a just and humane society.”

Moral Governance framework for BARMM - YouTube

See full story: https://www.manilatimes.net/2021/07/18/opinion/columns/moral-governance-as-the-key-ingredient-to-barmms-success/1807414?fbclid=IwAR2e3KRyOFgO85BKfnqKmZbdkmpQw3B_LIGUKlld9qPj_X7vedWqQemogC4

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