Cordillera RDC Launches First complete virtual Program to Commemorate 35th Mt. Data Sipat

Thousands of people have witnessed the virtual commemoration program of the 35th Anniversary of the Mount Data Sipat on September 13, put together by the Cordillera Regional Development Council through the Social Preparation of CAR into an Autonomous Region (SPCAR) program and the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA-CAR).  Due to the unprecedented effects of… Read more »

Legislators solidify support to Cordillera autonomy

Baguio City – The 34th Sipat Anniversary celebration organized by the Regional Development Council  (RDC-CAR) through NEDA-CAR last September 13, 2020, was once again a venue for legislators to express their support for the passing of House Bill 5687: An Act Establishing the Autonomous Region of the Cordillera. This year’s celebration included the participation of… Read more »

National officials commend Cordillera for 34 years of Commitment to Peace

National and local peace-keepers expressed their support to the region’s pursuit for peace and development through regional autonomy during the commemoration of the 34th Sipat anniversary last September 13 organized by the Cordillera Regional Development Council through its secretariat, NEDA-CAR. Some of the country’s top peace and security officials in the persons of National Security… Read more »

Cordi gains new autonomy allies

BAGUIO CITY – Cordillera gained three new autonomy allies in the person of National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon, Jr., HOR Majority Leader Martin Romualdez, and Committee on Local Government Chair Noel Villanueva as the region celebrated its 34th Sipat Anniversary last September 13 hosted by the Cordillera Regional Development Council (RDC-CAR). The three delivered their… Read more »

Cordillera gains new autonomy champ in Congress

BAGUIO CITY – House Majority Leader Ferdinand G. Romualdez affirmed his commitment and support to the Cordillera’s quest for self-determination during the 34th Sipat Anniversary Commemoration on September 13, 2020, organized by the Cordillera Regional Development Council (RDC-CAR) through the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) as its secretariat. The First District Representative of Leyte… Read more »

Cordillerans commemorate 34 years of peace

National and local leaders, elders, autonomy advocates, and representatives from various sectors gathered last September 13, 2020, in Baguio City to recollect and discuss the deep meaning of the 34th Mt. Data Peace Accord of 1986. In the program, Regional Development Council Vice Chairman and NEDA-CAR Director Milagros Rimando welcomed the participants, while Agriculture Secretary… Read more »

Sipat @ 34 : Cordillera recall peace and development efforts

BAGUIO CITY—Cordillerans commemorated 34 years of working towards peace and development with the anniversary of the Mt Data Sipat agreement of 1986. Organized by the Cordillera Regional Development Council through NEDA-CAR, national and local officials recalled the peace agreement that led to the creation of the Cordillera Administrative Region and the Constitutional provision for Cordillera… Read more »

Sipat Reminds of the Government’s Debt to the CAR

BAGUIO CITY – Nostalgia permeates the RDC-led 34th Sipat Anniversary Celebration on September 13, 2020. Sadanga Mayor Gabino Ganggangan and Mr. Leonardo Bun-as, surviving witnesses of the Mount Data Sipat, recollect how our Cordillera tribal leaders strongly asserted our rights to land, self-determination, and self-governance during the Marcos administration. They beam with pride as they… Read more »

Cordillera Autonomy advocacy adjust to new normal

BAGUIO CITY – After an eventful July celebrating the founding of the Cordillera Administrative Region, RDC-CAR continued gathering support for House Bill 5687 establishing the Autonomous Region of the Cordillera. Meetings were held in August among Cordillera autonomy advocates, Congressmen, and partners in national offices to strategize ways to advance the legislation and prepare for… Read more »