Rody declares Boracay an agrarian reform area
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Commercial establishments in Boracay will have to make do with whatever the government provides to do business on the island, President Duterte said yesterday in declaring the top tourist destination a land reform area. “Let me announce that I am declaring land reform in the entire island of Boracay… The entire island will be declared as a land reform area. I will give it full… give it to the people,” Duterte said in a speech at the Bureau of Customs in Manila.
Mendez, C. (2018, May 31). Rody declares Boracay an agrarian reform area. The Philippine Star, p. 3.
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