17 officials sued over Boracay woes
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Seventeen officials of Aklan province are accused of allegedly neglecting their duties that led to Boracay Island’s environmental crisis. Punong Barangays Hector Casidsid of Barangay Gabay of Manoc-Manoc and Lilibeth Sacapaño of Balabag. All 17 respondents were administratively charged for violation of the Local Government Code, specifically gross neglect of duty, conduct unbecoming of public officer, conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service, and grave misconduct.
Rendon, J. P. & Conserva, L. H. (2018, June 28). 17 officials sued over Boracay woes. The Daily Guardian, pp. 1, 14.
Environmental legislation; Environmental restoration; Environmental protection; Governments; Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG); Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Officer (MENRO); Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO); Miraflores, Florencio; Talabero, Valentin; Cawaling, Ciceron; Sualog, Abram; Cawaling-Paderes, Natalie; Gallenero, Jupiter Aelfred; Bautista, Frolibar; Maming, Lloyd; Sumndad, Dalidig; Aguirre-Graf, Maylynn; delos Santos, Danilo; Pagsuguiron, Dante; Salsona, Jen; Sancho, Edgardo; Does, John; Does, Jane; Duterte, Rodrigo; Aguirre, Rowen; Nuyda, Anthony; Densing, Epimaco III
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