DILG files graft charges against officials of Boracay and Aklan
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Interior Undersecretary Epimaco V. Densing III filed graft charges on Wednesday against Aklan Governor Florencio T. Miraflores and 16 other local officials before the Office of the Ombudsman in connection with Boracay’s environmental situation. Criminal charges are also being planned against the respondents for alleged corruption in approving licenses of unqualified parties in the island’s tourism industry. “There is an allegation of conspiracy among the respondents to support the criminal liabilities,” the Department of Interior and Local Government said in a statement.
Tadalan, C. (2018, June 28). DILG files graft charges against officials of Boracay and Aklan. BusinessWorld, p. S1/10.
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Environmental legislation; Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; Ecotourism; Aklan Provincial Environment and Natural Resources; Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG); Densing, Epimaco III; Miraflores, Florencio; Talabero, Valentin; Cawaling, Ciceron; Sualog, Abram; Paderes, Natalie; Gallenero, Jupiter Aelred; Bautista, Frolibar; Maming, Lloyd; Sumndad, Dalidig; Graf, Maylynn; Delos Santos, Danilo; Pagsuguiron, Dante; Salsona, Jen; Sancho, Edgardo; Casidsid, Hector; Gabay, Chona; Sacapaño, Lilibeth
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