Is Boracay a war zone?
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“Has Boracay Island suddenly become a war zone that would warrant these extreme measures? Is the government hiding something?” asked NUJP whose acting chairperson, Atty. Jocelyn Clemente urged the government not impose restrictions on journalists who will be covering the island’s closure. The fifth item in the proposed rules states that journalists need permission to cover rehabilitation activities. “Media will be allowed entry subject to prior approval from the Department of Tourism (DOT), with a definite duration and limited movement.”
Golez, P. & Tayona, G. (2018, April 16). Is Boracay a war zone?. Panay News, pp. 1, 18.
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Transparency; Hazards; Restoration; Environmental restoration; Governments; Tourism; Social media; Internet; Rights; National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP); Department of Tourism (DOT); International Press Center; Supreme Court that the National Telecommunications Commission; Duterte, Rodrigo; Clemente, Jocelyn; Macapagal-Arroyo, Gloria; Garcillano, Virgilio
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