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Leni, Ipinatatawag ng Anti-Corruption Agency dahil sa Diumano’y Maanomalyang Proyekto sa Camarines Sur!

Ayon sa ulat ng The Manila Times, ipinatatawag ng Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC) si Vice President Leonor “Leni” Robredo upang pagpaliwanagin tungkol sa diumano’y maanomalyang proyekto sa Camarines Sur. Ang tinutukoy ng ahensiya ay ang multimillion fishport and ice plant and storage na pinondohan ni Robredo noong ito ay kongresista pa.

“PACC Chairman Dante Jimenez has already given the green light to summon VP Robredo in January next year,” sabi ni PACC Commissioner Manuelito Luna.

Iniimbestigahan ng ahensiya ang Calabanga Fish Port and Terminal Shed, at the Ice Plant and Storage sa in Camarines Sur na pinondohan sa pamamagitan ng Development Assistance Program (DAP) noong Aquino admintration. Ayon kay Luna, si Robredo ang proponent ng nasabing proyekto.

Sa isang artikulo ng website na PUNTO.COM.PH na isinulat ni Ding Cervantes noong 2016, nakasaad ang pahayag ng vice chairperson ng Pambansang Lakas ng Kilusang Mamamalakaya ng Pilipinas (Pamalakaya) na si Salvador France. Ayon kay France, galing daw ang pondo sa iligal na DAP.

“It is peculiar that the port has remained non-existent despite its P64 million funding which included P14 million for its maintenance and repair… Robredo was the proponent of the municipal fish port in Calabanga, the lone fishing municipality of the 3rd District of Camarines Sur. It was given an allocation of P50 million in 2012 by the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) and P78.6 million by the PFDA, both funds derived from the unconstitutional DAP… Out of the P78.6 million, P64 million was released for the Calabanga municipal fish port to cover P50 million for the construction of the port and a 5-toner ice plant and P14 million is for the repair and improvement of breakwater… The Philippine Fisheries Development Authority (PFDA) and Robredo should be held accountable for this. Also, officials of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) should be held accountable for the billions of pesos misused and unspent funds that are supposedly for the welfare of poor fishers,” sabi ni France.

Source: The Manila Times | Punto | Archive

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