Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Marinduque racing for resurrection of pre-election P 300-M loan; missing funds?

Bukambibig in 2012: "Ang loan ay para sa edukasyon, Pareng Edmund's scholarship program must be revived" - Carmencita Reyes.
Throwback: Habang papalapit ang Eleksyon noong 2012, binalak ng Kapitolyo ng Marinduque ang mangutang sa bangko ng halagang P 300-M. Para raw sa farm-to-market roads, rehabilitation ng Marinduque Airport, construction of a sports complex at sa mismong salita ng Governor Carmencita Reyes, "Education, Pareng Edmund's scholarship program must be revived", aniya.

Nang hindi pinaniwalaan ng sambayanang Marinduqueno at nagsagawa na rin ng pagprotesta sa ibat-ibang paraan ang ibat-ibang grupo, makailang ulit namang binago ng Kapitolyo ang halaga at kung ano ang panibagong paglalaanan ng opisyal na inuutang. Hanggang sa maging P150-M na lamang ang pakay. Subalit dahil marahil sa pangamba na panibagong potential technical malversation na naman ang maganap ay tinalikuran na lamang ng mga kinauukulan ang pangungutang.Pero pagdating ng 2014 lumobo sa P500-M ang gusto namang utangin sa bangko (Landbank) ng kapitolyo. Para raw sa farm-to-market roads (P250-M); Heavy equipment (P75-M); Waterworks (P50-M); Other programs and projects (P75-M).Umalma ang Sangguniang Panlalawigan at isinama mismo sa kanilang 'Joint Committee' Report No. 21-2014, May 14, 2014, ang ilan sa dahilan kung bakit:
"3.  The Provincial Engineer detailed that the province has a total of 120 kilometers provincial road which were not concreted or graveledA kilometer of road to be concreted would cost around P 6-Million; thus the province would need P 720-Million for these roads to be concreted. He also said that, even for the concreting of Farm-to-Market, he said that the P 250-Million allocated from the loan would not be enough...


"4. The Provincial Government has allocated a total of P 77-Million for infrastructure Development under the 20% Development Fund - Annual Investment Program. Out of this according to the Provincial Engineer, only P 14-Million were under the Provincial Engineering Office, and this amount is not being utilized since the Honorable Congresswoman Gina Reyes has secured funding assistance from the National Government amounting to P 214 Million which will be used for the construction of Farm-to-Market roads."
So ulitin natin ang nasa huling linya: 
"P 14-Million were under the Provincial Engineering Office, and this amount is not being utilized since the Honorable Congresswoman Gina Reyes has secured funding assistance from the National Government amounting to P 214 Million which will be used for the construction of Farm-to-Market roads."
Report iyan ng SP noong May 14, 2014. Tanong: Saan napunta ang P 214 Million funding assistance para sa farm-to-market roads?Sinasabing kapag desperado ang problema ay nangangailangan din ito ng mga desperadong solusyones, desperate problems require desperate solutions. At ang laging pinoproblema ay eleksyon at panibagong perang gagamitin sa eleksyon.Sure, puro "development of Marinduque" naman ang maririnig natin kaya dapat anilang ayusin ang mga daanan na nangangailangan ng malaking halaga. Ngani naman, ano po?Nineteen-kopong-kopong ay 'priority' na talaga yaan mandin. Paboritong gatasan yata iyang provincial o barangay roads atbp.Paminsan-minsan nga lamang ay minamalas ang mga tagapagpatupad ng mga tinaguriang barangay road "ghost projects". Sila ang napuputukan, at nakakasuhan.Marami siguro ang nakalimot na sa 2005 barangay road ghost projects sa Torrijos na mga apektadong barangay mismo ang nagreklamo ng mabutikawan nila na may dokumentado sa papeles na mga barangay roads, na natapos na kunyari - pero wala namang ganoong projects sa tunay na buhay. Sa tagal ng panahon tila naglaho na rin ang mga dokumento at reklamo ng mga Torrijos barangays. At  sadyang makakalimutin talaga ang mga tao.May natira naman palang dalawang kaso, iyong sa barangay Payanas at barangay Pakaskasan 'farm-to-market roads'.Ang nasabing mga kasong naganap noong 2005 halimbawa, hanggang ngayon ay usad-pagong pa rin ang takbo sa Ombudsman. Basahin dito. Kasasabay baga ng fertilizer fund scam. 
Program of works in a barangay road "ghost project" in Brgy. Kay Duke, Torrijos
At tila walang pakialam ang mga kinauukulan sa sandamakmak na mga anumalyang ibinulgar ng COA. Ano naman ang relevance nito ngayon?Isinasagawa na naman ngayon nang mabilisan matapos ang matagal na pananahimik ang panibagong pangungutang ng P 300-Milyon ng Kapitolyo ng Marinduque sa DBP naman.Sa isang pulitikal na pamiting sa Sta. Cruz kamakailan, may kinalaman sa parating na eleksyon at dinaluhan ng mga barangay captains ay panay ang pagbibida ng isang opisyal ng Kapitolyo sa mga Kapitan na aprubado na aniya ng bangko ang halagang P 300-M na uutangin at babayaran ng probinsya sa loob ng 13 taon. Tatrabahuhin na lamang ang pagsasaayos ng mga papeles, quiet lang kayo. "Basta may maaasahan na tayo", sabi pa nga raw. Naalaala ko tuloy yung isang blog ko noong September 8, 2012. Isinulat ko noon:
But are they engaged now in a race at troubleshooting of some sort to legalize their blunders? Of course, there’d be arguments that no official agreement has been signed yet, nothing’s been ratified yet by the SP. But shall we just throw up our hands in frustration, or just simply throw up, and there… they go?

And what about the untruths conveyed by the parties concerned to We, The People? Just let it go and pretend we never heard of them, only to be repeated over and over again since we are perceived by her and by them to be ignorant, fearful constituents?

So they now in fact, and very soon for the rest, go the rounds of the campaign trail, while we watch them laugh, tickled to the bone for getting away with their sinister deeds. Just like a walk in the park, it is, plotting to conduct and promote baluktot na daan, in direct defiance to Pnoy’s ‘tuwid na daan’, towards what is now seen as potentially the craziest, most expensive Marinduque election campaign of all time?

She’ll most likely go to great lengths without relent to still pull this one off? Shall we just watch, or speak out as one - for once - against it, against this negative nonsense, this pack of lies, or what now?
One of many sworn statements. This one from the Barangay Captain of Brgy. Buangan.


"Glorify a lie, legalize a lie, arm and equip a lie, consecrate a lie with solemn forms and awful penalties, and after all it is nothing but a lie. It rots a land and corrupts a people like any other lie, and by and by the white light of God's truth shines clear through it, and shows it to be a lie."  - E.H. Chapin, Living Words


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