Palace: No slowdown in Manila Bay crackdown
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Malacañang will not let up in its crackdown on business establishments in the Manila Bay area that do not comply with environmental laws, presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo said yesterday. Duterte issued Administrative Order 16 last month, which calls for the rehabilitation and restoration of the coastal and marine ecosystem of Manila Bay. The order also created the Manila Bay Task Force to enforce environmental laws and expedite rehabilitation efforts.
Mendez, C. (2019, March 22). Palace: No slowdown in Manila Bay crackdown. The Philippine Star, p. 14.
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