Boracay rehab assured despite reelection of dismissed mayor
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The reelection of dismissed Malay town, Aklan mayor, Ciceron Cawaling, will not hamper the rehabilitation of the world-renowned Boracay Island, Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu has assured. The Office of the Ombudsman ordered Cawaling’s dismissal for graft, gross neglect of duty, grave misconduct, conduct unbecoming of a public official, and conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service - in connection with the environmental problems in Boracay. The dismissal order was served by the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) to Cawaling on April 24.
Boracay rehab assured despite reelection of dismissed mayor. (2019, May 27). Daily Guardian, p. 3.
Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; Boracay Inter-Agency Task Force (BIATF); Bella’s Bar and Restaurant; Old Captain Cuisine; Great Wall Inn and Restaurant; Ken Minimart; Ken St.; Island Staff Restaurant; Coco Spa; Kim Ji Man; W Hostel Boracay Dragon; VIP Souvenir Shop; YH World Network Service, Inc.; Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG)-Region VI; Commission on Elections (COMELEC); Cawaling, Ciceron; Cimatu, Roy; Yap, John; Iglesia, Ariel; Boracay; Malay, Aklan
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