The 2001 Tripoli Agreement cited the 1997 ceasefire agreement the 1976 Tripoli Agreement and the 1996 Jakarta Agreement between the Philippine government and the MNLF, as well as an OIC resolution calling on the government and MILF to «immediately end armed hostilities and continue peace talks to find a peaceful solution to the problem in Mindanao.» The MOA-AD was then declared unconstitutional by 8 to 7 votes. But the Supreme Court also recognized that it was «an essential part» of a series of agreements needed to implement the Tripoli peace agreement signed in 2001 by the government and MILF with grP-MILF. «It`s no longer the mother`s agreement,» Marcos said at the press conference. That same year, the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, which had separated from the MNLF in 1977, began informal discussions with the Ramos government. However, these were not followed, and milF began to recruit and establish camps and become the dominant Muslim rebel group. Joseph Estrada`s government has called for a firm stance against it; Gloria Macapagal Arroyo tried to sign a peace agreement with him, but it was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court of the Philippines.  Among the mediators of the agreement were members of the four-party ministerial commission of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, headed by Ali Abdussalam Treki, representing Muammar Gaddafi, head of the host country, and the Secretary General of the OIC, Amadou Karim Gaye.  Other members of the Quadrangle Ministerial Committee included, in addition to Treki, representatives from Saudi Arabia, Senegal and Somalia.  Under the leadership of Fidel V.
Ramos, the government and MNLF signed the final peace agreement in Jakarta, Indonesia, in 1996.  He allowed qualified MNLF members to join the Philippine Armed Forces and the Philippine National Police and founded the Southern Philippines Council for Peace and Development, dominated by the MNLF. Misuari then ran for governor of the ARMM.  In 1997, Ramos and Misuari won the peace agreement at the Felix Houphouét-Boigny Peace Prize.  «The Tripoli agreement was successful. We had peace. We stopped fighting with the MNLF. But it was ignored in 1986, so that some of the agreements reached in the Tripoli agreement were not implemented.
He went on the track,» Marcos said at a press conference Saturday afternoon at the Park Inn Hotel. Ferdinand Marcos then implemented the agreement by creating two autonomous regions (instead of one) of ten provinces (instead of thirteen). This led to the collapse of the peace pact and the resumption of hostilities between the MNLF and Philippine government forces.  The 1976 Tripoli Agreement was signed on 23 December 1976 in Tripoli, Libya, by Carmelo Z. Barbero as a representative of the Philippine government and Only Misuari of the Moro National Liberation Front.  The agreement established autonomous administrative units for Muslims in the southern Philippines, the formation of an autonomous government, the Sharia justice system and special security forces, and compliance with a ceasefire.  The autonomous region should have its own economic system, including an Islamic bank.  The agreement provided for the creation of an autonomous region of 13 provinces and the cities of Mindanao and Palawan: Basilan, Davao del Sur, Lanao del Norte, Lanao del Sur, Maguindanao, North Cotabato, South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Sulu, Tawi-tawi, Zamboanga del Norte, Zamboanga del Sur – all in Mindanao – and Palawan and its interior towns. Talks resumed shortly, but found no peace.