Pimentel said a meeting with Duterte was set on July 17 with the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) as the official agenda.
The President declared martial law in Mindanao after government troops clashed with members of the Maute Group and the Abu Sayyaf Group in Marawi City on May 23.
"As a Mindanaoan, I support the extension of Martial Law until 2022 to end all the troubles in Mindanao once and for all", Alvarez sad.
The attack prompted Duterte to issue Proclamation 216 declaring martial law and suspending the writ of habeas corpus in Mindanao.
"The President was supposed to go to Marawi City next, but decided not to push through because of inclement weather", PCO added.
"In a few days it will be submitted to the [Defense] secretary for his consideration because he is the administrator of martial law, and that recommendation will make its way up to the commander-in-chief who will be provided an advance copy", he said.
Seven out of 10 Filipinos, or 78 per cent, said they were satisfied with the performance of President Rodrigo "Rody" Duterte particularly his declaration of martial law over the whole of troubled Mindanao, survey findings of a private pollster said on Friday. Mr. Marcos was overthrown in 1986 by a People Power revolution. On July 4, the Supreme Court rejected a challenge to Duterte's declaration brought by several opposition lawmakers, ruling that it was not inconsistent with constitutional provisions and was "necessary for the country's survival".
"Why are some senators and representatives talking about extending martial law in Mindanao when the President has not even officially initiated such extension?" said Lagman. The police and military had attempted to arrest Abu Sayyaf leader Isnilon Hapilon, the supposed "emir" in the Philippines of global terrorist group Islamic State.
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"Now Duterte listens to it to tell him when it will be over", it added.
For its part, the military reckons that its recommendation could come out as early as this week.
"Civil and political rights continue to be violated by checkpoints, random searches by AFP soldiers, threats against the right to express views, and so on", the CPP said. General Restituto Padilla, Jr. said they are still assessing the situation in Marawi on whether or not the said extension befits. The death toll has breached the 500 mark, with 39 civilians killed, 379 terrorists killed, and 89 government troops killed in action.
Almost 400,000 civilians have fled their homes.
"This is a testament of the government's resolve to fully rehabilitate Marawi and help our Maranao brothers and sisters stand and rebuild the city", Galvez said.
The military earlier said Islamist fighters are using children and women as human shields, while earlier reports claim that the Maute group has been training kids, believed to be aged 7 to 16 years old, for combat.
About 300 civilians, including the terrorists' hostages, remain trapped in the battle zone, preventing state forces from going all-out against the enemies.