Requested from AFP by Jesse Angelo Altez at 03:29 PM on
May 22, 2018.
Purpose: Research and Development
Date of Coverage: 01/01/1970 - 12/31/2017
Tracking no: #AFP-028660188612
March 20, 2019 Dear Jesse Angelo, Greetings! Thank you for your request dated May 22, 2018 under Executive Order No. 2 (s. 2016) on Freedom of Information in the Executive Branch. Your request You asked for The total number of armed conflict (both vertical and horizontal) in the ARMM. Response to your request First, we apologize for the late (very) response to your request. This is because we have just assimilated in the FOI portal and do prefer to receive requests through physical channels. Because of that, and because of the sensitive nature of the information available from us, we do require additional documents from requesting parties. This includes security clearances (NBI/PNP) to be used for routine background checks, and endorsement letter (from academic adviser for student researchers), valid government-issued IDs, Biodata/Resume, and a fully accomplished FOI Request Form foundin the Annex F of the AFP FOI Manual that you can download here: http://www.afp.mil.ph/images/transparency/2018/ afpfoimanual.pdf. Should you still be interested, you may send these to our e-mail email@example.com or to the Western Mindanao Command through email firstname.lastname@example.org Again, we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you and thank you for your continued support to the AFP. YS, PAO, AFP Your right to request a review If you are unhappy with this response to your FOI request, you may ask us to carry out an internal review of the response by writing to email@example.com. Your review request should explain why you are dissatisfied with this response, and should be made within 15 calendar days from the date when you received this letter. We will complete the review and tell you the result within 30 calendar days from the date when we receive your review request. If you are not satisfied with the result of the review, you then have the right to appeal to the Office of the President under Administrative Order No. 22 (s. 2011).
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