Local groups unite vs Boracay closure: Boracay Fundation, Inc. denies involvement in planned protests
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The Boracay Foundation, Inc. (BFI) denied that it is involved in the planned protests of some civic organizations against the imminent closure of this famed island resort. The local group of Boracay business owners and stakeholders said it " has no affiliation, sponsorship, nor any partnership with any of the organizers" and "does not support any form of protest against upcoming island closure." The BFI also said it wants "to participate and cooperate in order to fast-track the rehabilitation efforts of the government.
Local groups unite vs Boracay closure: Boracay Fundation, Inc. denies involvement in planned protests. (2018, April 13). Panay News, pp. 13, 14.
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