Tuesday, February 16, 2016

UTANG INA YAN! TULO-LAWAY PA RIN SA NANAKAWING UTANG!

Kasama pala sa mga billion peso farm-to-market roads ng DPWH ang hindi raw maiwasan na pagsulputan ng mga lugar ng KANGKANGAN, BROTHELS, sa malapit sa mga road projects AYON SA INQUIRER REPORT.

Sa Marinduque naman ay patuloy pa rin pala ang pagpuslit ng mga ma-anomalyang dokumentos para mai-release KAPAG WALANG NAKATINGIN, ang pondong P300-M na inuutang nga sa DBP. 

Iginigiit na ituloy pa rin ito sa gitna ng katotohanang IPINAPATUPAD NA ANG KALSADA PROJECT ng national government sa 73 provinces kasama ang Marinduque. Sa kabila pa rin ng pagtutol at pagsampa ng kaso laban sa mga opisyales sa kapitolyo. Pinanghahawakan diumano ang pangakong komisyon din sa ilang opisyales ng bangko na may kinalaman sa utang.

Huwag nang ululin kasi ang taumbayan na ALAM na sa halip na sa kalsada pupunta, ang bulto ng inuutang ay GAGAMITIN LAMANG SA PAMIMILI NG MGA BOTO at malawakang pagpalaganap sa Marinduque ng GUNS, GOONS AND GOLD SA ELEKSYON tulad ng nakaraan at nakagawian.

Iba nga lamang ngayon. Harap-harapan, mas garapalan at pakapalan ng mga DATI NANG MAKAKAPAL NA MUKHA ng mga involved na PULITIKO. Walang pakialam na mga P 145-M ang babayarang interes sa utang na ito.

Hindi bababa sa tatlong mayor ng Marinduque ang umamin na ALAM NILA NA KASAMA SA LISTAHAN NG PROPOSED FMR's SA INUUTANG AY KALSADANG MGA TAPOS NA, O SINISIMULAN NA DAHIL MAY IBA PANG PONDONG PINANGGAGALINGAN BUKOD SA PONDONG MANGGAGALING SA 'KALSADA PROJECT' NG DBM/DPWH. Kinumpirma rin ang duplication na ito ng isang Bokal.

Alam rin ng ilan sa mga mayor (at hindi lahat ay sumasang-ayon), na may kapalit na biyaya ang kanilang katahimikan, DERETSO SA BULSA ang BIYAYA - AT 'BAHALA NA KAYO SA BUHAY NYO!'

Farm to market road quality in a Sta. Cruz barangay. Photo: Rommel Galias Salcedo

Ito ang bahagi ng related report mula sa INQUIRER:
PROJECT 'KALSADA':

The source expressed doubts if the DPWH could stop the proliferation of sex businesses in provinces building public works projects.
This year, at least P6.5 billion of the DPWH P401-billion budget allocation will go to the rehabilitation and upgrading of roads in 73 provinces.
The project, dubbed Kalsada—short for “Konkreto at Ayos na Lansangan at Daan Tungo sa Pangkalahatang Kaunlaran”—“aims to institutionalize good governance by shepherding local government units on local road management,” said a DPWH statement.
Under the scheme, provincial roads will be upgraded and transferred permanently to the provincial government, which will maintain them.

Corruption in FMR projects not exclusive to Marinduque.

BROTHELS THRIVE BESIDE PROJECTS OF ‘DAANG MATUWID’

Photo: Ferriersa

Philippine Daily Inquirer, February 16th, 2016
BROTHELS are rising near roads being repaired by the public works department—hardly the sort of projects one would associate with President Aquino’s “Daang Matuwid” (Righteous Path).

A surge in the number of road and bridge construction and rehabilitation projects of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has spawned the operation not just of videoke bars but of brothels and other sex establishments, according to reports reaching the DPWH.

The bad news has prompted Public Works Secretary Rogelio Singson to warn that the DPWH “should not be used as platforms for trafficking in persons,” especially sex workers.

Sex motels an SOP?

A DPWH official who asked not to be identified for lack of authority to speak to media referred to the operation of sex establishments as an “SOP,” or standard operating procedure, in areas where road and other infrastructure projects are being built.

“Such practices have been going on for quite some time,” the source—a DPWH old-timer—said, quoting field personnel.

Another DPWH insider likened brothels to “those catering to US servicemen in former (American) military bases” at Clark Freeport in Pampanga province and the Subic Bay Freeport in Zambales province.

Project ‘Kalsada’

The source expressed doubts if the DPWH could stop the proliferation of sex businesses in provinces building public works projects.

This year, at least P6.5 billion of the DPWH P401-billion budget allocation will go to the rehabilitation and upgrading of roads in 73 provinces.

The project, dubbed Kalsada—short for “Konkreto at Ayos na Lansangan at Daan Tungo sa Pangkalahatang Kaunlaran”—“aims to institutionalize good governance by shepherding local government units on local road management,” said a DPWH statement.

Under the scheme, provincial roads will be upgraded and transferred permanently to the provincial government, which will maintain them.

Projects on line

In the last two years of the current administration, the DPWH has prioritized “rehabilitation over preventive maintenance” of the country’s road network, which is valued at P1.2 trillion. Full story on Inquirer

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