NBI files raps vs Aklan mayor, others on Boracay
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The National Bureau of Investigation has filed criminal cases against Malay, Aklan Mayor Ceciro Cawaling and several local officials and corporations at the Department of Justice for their role in the deterioration of world-renowned island-resort Boracay in Aklan. President Rodrigo Duterte earlier ordered the closure of Boracay to tourists for six months starting April 26 to pave the way for its rehabilitation. Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu previously said they found several illegal sewage pipes that directly discharged wastes into Boracay’s seawaters.
NBI files raps vs Aklan mayor, others on Boracay. (2018, July 23). Manila Standard, p. A6
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Environmental restoration; Fishery regulations; Environmental legislation; Ecotourism; Sewage treatment; Environmental protection; Department of Justice (DOJ); National Bureau of Investigation (NBI); Correos Internacionale Inc.; Boracay Island West Coast Management Philippines Inc.; Cawaling, Ceciro; Casidsid, Elizer; Casimero, Erlinda; Yap, John; Rumualdez, Maria Christina; Go, Gene Arthur; Sodusta, Immanuel; Gonzaga, Kennelyn; Aquino, Crisostomo; Aquino, Maria Jovita; Fadullon, Richard Anthony; Duterte, Rodrigo; Cimatu, Roy; Lim, Chee Yong
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