On March 1-2 representatives of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF), Government of the Philippines (GPH), and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) represented by Indonesian Ambassador Rezlan Jenie, will meet in Bandung, Indonesia reportedly “to find ways to reach mutually-acceptable solutions to the remaining unresolved issues regarding the full implementation of the 1996 Final Peace Agreement (FPA).” While we support the full implementation of the GPH-MNLF FPA, but what we cannot understand, in fact we seriously question, is the wisdom of inputting of new issues that are outside the competence of the FPA and which are already in the official agenda of the GPH-MILF peace negotiation. The GPH-MNLF peace negotiation had officially ended September 2, 1996 when the two parties signed GPH-MNLF Final Peace Agreement, which means that no new agenda will be discussed except those related to the implementation. The OIC had already officially taken the position that Phase I of the FPA, which is the political aspect, had been fully implemented, and only Phase 2, which is the economic side, is still to be fully complied with. But Nur Misuari had never waited for this phase to be fully complied with when he accepted the chairmanship of the Southern Council for Peace and Development (SPCPD) and governorship of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM)? Why a playback to pre-1996 period when the FPA was under negotiation? These are nagging questions that a rationale mind has difficulty understanding!