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Mar Roxas, Dinky Soliman to Face Proposed Senate Hearing to be chaired by Gordon on Alleged Misuse of Yolanda Funds




Super Typhoon Yolanda (Typhoon Haiyan) made its landfall on November 8, 2013, and has been named as one of the most grounded tropical storms in the nation. In light of authority records, the loss of life is 6,340 however over a thousand people disappeared. This is in spite of the way that the PNoy organization said it has made a few arrangements for such catastrophe.


Evidently, there have been charges of carelessness with respect to then-DILG Secretary Mar Roxas and afterward DSWD Secretary Dinky Soliman. There were additionally reports of expired and spoiled relief goods that were not disseminated to the Yolanda casualties, and allegations of abuse of assets, particularly the help and donations from different nations.

Also, in light of the fact that there is currently an exceptionally solid require a Senate test on Yolanda assets and relief goods, Senate Blue Ribbon Committee seat Senator Richard "Dick" Gordon has arrangements to direct a hearing at the earliest opportunity. At the point when inquired as to whether Roxas and Soliman will be welcome to go to, Sen. Gordon said, “Definitely, yes. And they should come.” [source]

11 comments:

  1. This is a good sign that TRANSPARENCY is being practiced through this investigation. I just hope that this is not one of those farcical initiatives by the Senate where something is 'Staged' for show not for thorough clarification. The parties involved in such an irresponsible manner dealing with the disaster must be taken to task and be made to fully be accountable! Waiting with trepidation!!!

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  2. Never allow those responsible in mishandling the disaster aid to scot-free from the law but serve the justice to the oppressed victims of corruption.

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  3. Bakit Senate ang mag-iimbistiga? Sasampahan ba nila ng kaso? Anong batas pa ba ang k√°ilangan upang gawin ang mandato ng bawat ahensya ng pamahalaan?

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  4. Sa tingin ko sarswela lang nangyayari sa Senado, tele novela, wala namang nangyayari. Puro porma, wala nman natatanggal, o nakukulong o na ko korte. Nakikita mo nman yung nagaakusa eh kurakot din, paano ka rerespeto?

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  5. Whatever must be done, should be done, let it be.

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  6. There should be a law, if non exist yet, to severely punish those who misuse local or international donations,since those who donate always pray that it will reach and serve its purpose of helping those in dire needs. Donations should never be use for personal or political interest, but only...only for those intended for..

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  7. ..."use only to those intended." Yes the people in charge were malicious to have added to the problem of the people affected whose lives were destroyed, lost and made to even more burdens in waiting for the funds that were corrupted and not implemented. They should be made to give back. They should be prosecuted to extend of the law it requires.

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  8. Go ahead and do your Senate hearing....you will find out that there was NO anomaly by Dinky nor Mar. If at all you will find out that Romualdez is guilty of anomaly regarding the Yolanda funds. If you are trying to go against Mar and Dinky, you will be sorely disappointed to find out that they did not commit any anomaly.

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  9. finally!!! sa wakas at mahahalungkat na ang yolabnda funds. 100% guilty yan. pero sana mapasa muna ung dealth penalty. pra d lang kulong. kundi deads.

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