The “Moro Problem” Tracing back, the “Moro problem” was first formally mentioned during the speech of Datu Alaoya Alonto, the Sultan sa Ramain convention delegate who represented Lanao during the 1934 Constitutional Convention.
It should be noted however that as early as 1902, the letters of the Sulu Datus and Sultans addressed to the U. Government show that the Bangsamoro struggle on self-determination has historical, legal, and political claims.
This is the reason why competitions like the Search for the Best Farmer of Trento, Agro-industrial Fair, Socio-Cultural Showcases, Sporting Events, Indigenous Games, Barangayan, and many others are lined up to highlight the weeklong celebration.
These events are anticipated to carve Santikan Festival of Trento as a remarkable annual spectacular.
Region IX was composed of Basilan, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi and Zamboanga del Sur, and the cities of Pagadian and Zamboanga, with Jolo as the Regional Center; while Region XII included the provinces of Lanao del Norte, Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao, North Cotabato and Sultan Kudarat, and the cities of Cotabato, Iligan and Marawi, with Cotabato as the Regional Center.(c)Photo credits to owner Naliyagan Festival which is celebrated every June 12 to 17 in Prosperidad, this festival depicts Agusanon culture and heritage with natives showing off their tribal dances and rituals.While the Municipality of Trento was on its younger age of then 24, it needed for the most appropriate word that will identify the celebration of its founding day.The Regional Consultative Commission (RCC) drafted a bill which was later passed into law as Republic Act No.6734 known as the Organic Act of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao.