Section 26 management of bangsamoro historical and

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SECTION 26.Management of Bangsamoro Historical and Cultural Sites. —The National Government shall transfer the management of Bangsamoro historical andcultural sites currently under the jurisdiction of the National Museum of the Philippines,National Historical Commission of the Philippines, or other agencies of the NationalGovernment to the Bangsamoro Commission for the Preservation of Cultural Heritagethrough the intergovernmental relations mechanisms. The Bangsamoro Commission forthe Preservation of Cultural Heritage shall coordinate with relevant agencies of theNational Government on the regulation, excavation, and preservation of cultural artifactsand on the recovery of lost historical and cultural heritage.ARTICLE XBangsamoro Justice SystemSECTION 1.Justice System in the Bangsamoro. — The Bangsamoro justicesystem shall be administered in accordance with the unique cultural and historicalheritage of the Bangsamoro.The dispensation of justice in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region shall be inconsonance with theConstitution,Shari'ah, traditional or tribal laws, and other relevantlaws.Shari'ahor Islamic law forms part of the Islamic tradition derived from religiousprecepts of Islam, particularly the Qur'anand Sunnah.Shari'ahshall apply exclusively to cases involving Muslims. Where a caseinvolves a non-Muslim, Shari'ahlaw may apply only if the non-Muslim voluntarily submitsto the jurisdiction of theShari'ahcourt.The traditional or tribal laws shall be applicable to disputes of indigenous peopleswithin the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region.The provisions of this Article shall not prejudice the rights of non-Muslims andnonindigenous peoples.SECTION 2.Shari'ah Courts. —Shari'ahcourts within the Bangsamoroterritorial jurisdiction shall form part of the Philippine judicial system subject to thesupervision of the Supreme Court. The regular courts within the BangsamoroAutonomous Region shall continue to function under the supervision of the SupremeCourt.The Congress of the Philippines may create additional Shari'ahcourts in theBangsamoro Autonomous Region upon the recommendation of the Supreme Court. Itmay also create Shari'ahcourts outside the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in areaswhere a considerable number of Muslims reside.SECTION 3.Sources of Shari'ah. — The following are the sources of Shari'ah:Principal Sources:(a)Al-Qur'anor the Koran;
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(b)Al-Sunnahor traditions of Prophet Muhammad SAW;Secondary Sources:(a)Al-Ijmaor Consensus; and(b)Al-Qiyasor Analogy.SECTION 4.Power of the Parliament to Enact Laws Pertaining to Shari'ah. —The Parliament shall have the power to enact laws on personal, family, and property lawjurisdiction.The Parliament has the power to enact laws governing commercial and other civilactions not provided for under Presidential Decree No. 1083, as amended, otherwiseknown as the "Code of Muslim Personal Laws of the Philippines,"and criminaljurisdiction on minor offenses punishable byarresto menoror ta'zirwhich must beequivalent to
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