Charges of politicking over the conveyance of money honorarium for barangay specialists are warming things up at the Capitol as the May 13 races move close.
Barangay specialists allegedly voyage 20.7 kilometers from their homes in the northern town of Liloan on Monday, March 11, to guarantee their money honorarium from the Provincial Government just to be turned down.
Cotcot, Liloan Barangay Captain Lorena Yungco regretted that in spite of the fact that the conveyance was simply held last Friday, March 8, the explanation behind retention their honorarium was that the cash had been sold.
The wellspring of this data was a press explanation sent to nearby papers Monday, March 11.
A few calls were made by SunStar Cebu to Yungco, however she was not accessible as of press time.
The press proclamation, however, cited the town boss and two tanods from Barangay Jubay.
As indicated by the press proclamation, Yungco had asked Capitol money dispensing division boss Yolly Cabando to issue a note expressing the refusal to discharge, yet the last alluded her rather to attorney Ramil Abing, the official executive of the Cebu Provincial Sports Commission.
"Abing was occupied with gatherings so Yungco drew closer (Cebu Provincial Legal Officer) legal counselor Orvi Ortega about it, however Ortega revealed to her it was not inside his ward so he will in any case get some information about it. Yungco and her 35 specialists left the Capitol with next to nothing by early afternoon," the press explanation said.
SunStar Cebu likewise attempted to reach Cabando for input, yet she was not accessible as of press time.
Prior that day, tanods, wellbeing specialists and lupong tagapamayapa from Barangays Jubay, Tayud and San Vicente, all in Liloan, likewise purportedly endured a similar situation.
After Cotcot, specialists from the mountain barangay of Mulao likewise purportedly visited the Capitol for a similar reason.
"Alejandro Bughaw, a tanod from Barangay Jubay, said they left the town at sunrise without having breakfast so they could be at the Capitol assembling even before the Monday morning banner service. Another tanod, Romie Estay, said it is 'inconceivable' that the cash, which was at that point dispensed, could be returned to the general store that quick, realizing that the discharging for different laborers was done last Friday," the press explanation said.
Bughaw asserted that they were having a workshop on firefighting, while the wellbeing specialists were planned to direct measles immunization when Gov. Hilario Davide III and Vice Gov. Agnes Magpale drove the dispersion of in Barangay Catarman.
Town applicants in Liloan aligned with the Davide organization were additionally purportedly present amid the appropriation of money honorarium.
Liloan is driven by re-electionist Mayor Christina Garcia-Frasco, little girl of Third District Rep. Gwen Garcia.
The gubernatorial race is a fight among Garcia and Magpale, the two scions of conspicuous political families.
"In the first place, in what manner can the cash be 'exchanged' as of now when the general population who should get and sign for the cash DID NOT get the cash? Where did the cash go? Second, Magpale, Davide, and their neighborhood slate in Liloan held a political rally in Barangay Catarman on Friday in the appearance of a dispersion of honoraria. As indicated by our barangay commanders, a large number of our barangay frontliners couldn't go to in light of the fact that they were doing measles immunization for children, and others actualizing recently booked wellbeing and harmony and request programs. For what reason are they being rebuffed for organizing their work for our networks over the political plan of a couple?" Frasco said in an instant message to SunStar Cebu.
At the Capitol, Davide gave a false representation of allegations that his organization was denying non-supporters of the budgetary impetus program.
The Capitol gives monetary guide to help crafted by barangay specialists who are in the cutting edge in the conveyance of fundamental administrations.
Tanods get P1,500 each while barangay wellbeing specialists, day care laborers, barangay sustenance researchers and creature wellbeing helper get P2,400 each. Lupons, then again, get P1,500 each.
The senator's camp likewise gotten reports that the individuals who neglected to go to the money conveyance last Friday were disallowed from doing as such.
"Along these lines, kinsa man ang namolitika ana (who is transforming this thing into a political issue)?" Davide said.
Magpale, as far as concerns her, said budgetary motivating forces are taken from loan exchanges, which require quick liquidation before they can continue with the conveyance of honorarium in the following town.
"Og dili mahuman (If they don't complete with the appropriation) on that day, dili sila maka-exchange (they can't sell). The next day, we need to go to another town. Mao na nga lisod jud kaayo nga I-delay (That's the reason it's hard to delay). We realized that they were there, so gi-report ni Marian (work force accountable for appropriation) nga kutob ra gyud karong adlawa (March 8) (declared that they would just circulate the honorarium that day) yet the individuals who tailed us to (neighboring town) Consolacion got it. Dili masakripisyo ang ubang lungsod tungod lang sa kapricho nila nga silay namolitika (We can't forfeit the barangay laborers in alternate towns as a result of certain individuals who are politicking)," she said.
As reported SunStar