In paper: What you need to know about martial law in Mindanao

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Here are all the documents related to the declaration of martial law and suspension of writ of habeas corpus in Mindanao.

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, June 14) — The exchange of gunfire in Marawi City is not yet over, four weeks since the first bullet was fired.

President Rodrigo Duterte is also mum on when he will lift martial rule and the suspension of the writ of habeas corpus, despite three petitions calling for its nullification.

The President cut his trip short in Russia and issued Proclamation 216, imposing martial law and suspending the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus in the whole island of Mindanao on May 23, following the attack of the Maute terrorist group in Marawi.

The next day, the Department of National Defense issued the guidelines on the imposition of martial law, saying Proclamation 216 does not suspend the operation of the Constitution, as well as the judiciary and legislative branches.

In his May 25 report submitted to the Congress, Preisdent Duterte said what prompted him to declare martial law in Mindanao was the Maute Group's attempt to establish an ISIS presence there.

READ: Duterte's martial law report: Maute wants full control of Mindanao

Four days after, martial law administrator and Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana issued Arrest Order No. 1, with more than a hundred names on the lookout.

Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre in a press conference said since the people are charged with rebellion, they can be arrested anywhere in the Philippines - even if martial law only covers Mindanao.

READ: More than 100 Maute and Abu Sayyaf members ordered arrested: Justice Dept.

On May 30, the President issued General Order No. 1, specifying the roles of the martial law administrator, the armed forces, and even the media, as regards the imposition of martial law.

Another  order was issued on June 5, ordering the arrest of  185 more persons with alleged links to terror and rebel groups.

READ: Government orders arrest of 185 terror group members on rebellion charges