The MNLF signed a peace treaty in 1996 that granted limited self-rule to the south’s Muslim minority. However, the group is opposed to a planned final peace deal between the government and the remaining major Muslim rebel group, the 12,000-strong Moro Islamic Liberation Front. The MNLF believes the deal could leave it sidelined.
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Philippine military says rebellion ‘over’
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