ABUSIVE DAR Director (nagwala, nagsisigaw, nagmura, nanuntok at nanira ng government property)
SIX MONTHS after – still UNREPENTANT and UNPUNISHED
Marami ang bilib kay Pangulong Duterte sapagkat napapatino niya ang mga kawani ng pamahalaan. Lingid sa kaniyang kaalaman, isang Presidential Appointee na mismong si Pangulong Duterte ang nagtalaga sa Department of Agrarian Reform, ay nagpamalas ng hindi kanaisnais na pagkilos para sa isang government official. Ilang buwan na ang nakakalipas at hindi pa rin napaparusahan ang Director ng DAR Press and Media Relations Office na tila malakas ang kapit sa nasabing departamento ng pamahalaan.
Kung filing clerk o office secretary siguro ang nakagawa ng pagwawala, paninigaw, pagmumura, panununtok at pagsira ng pagaari ng gobyerno ay mabilis na siguro nabigyan ng katarungan at nalapatan ng kaukulang kaparusahan. Pero dahil Presidential Appointee nga ay TAKOT ang mismong departamento niyang pitikin man lang ang nakagawa ng kahihiyan. Tanging Pangulo lang daw ang makakatanggal sa kaniya sa pwesto NGUNIT hindi naman nagpapadala ng incident report at recommendation for disciplinary action ang DAR sa Malacanang. Sa madaling salita, delaying tactics ang paraan na ginagamit ng DAR at umaasa sila na sa tagal ng panahon ay magkakalimutan na lang.
Diba pinagyayabang ni Tatay Digong na sa Davao mabilis ang aksyon sa mga reklamo. Tatlong araw lang daw ang dapat para sa mga pangkaraniwang suliranin. Eh bakit sa DAR, anim na buwan na hindi pa kumikilos para mabigyan na ng kaparusahan ang nagkasala. Exempted ba ang DAR sa mga utos ng Presidente? Diba ang DAR ay nasa ilalim ng Executive Department na pinamumunuan ng Pangulo?
Mataas ang popularity rating ng ating Pangulo ngunit ang isang ALTER EGO niya ay nagkakalat ng lagim sa pamamaraan ng maling pagkilos na naghahasik ng takot sa mga nasa ilalim niya sa opisina ng DAR. Kung hahayang makalusot ang nagkasala, anong klaseng halimbawa ang pinapakita natin sa buong Departamento, na okay lang ang mambastos at hindi magpakita ng paggalang sa kapwa tao? Ginoong Pangula manawari ay makarating sa inyo itong pangyayaring ito na pilit itinatago at nililihim sa inyo. Gaya ng nga sabi sa DAR, kayo lang po ang may kapangyarihang iatras ang napirmahan ninyong appointment sa tiwaling Director na ito. Dapat FIRED on the SPOT, SUMMARY DISMISSAL from government service and PERPETUAL DISQUALIFICATION to hold public office.
Mr. President – Please look into the ABUSIVE BEHAVIOR, GRAVE COERCION and DESTRUCTION of GOVERNMENT PROPERTY of your Presidential Appointee at the Department of Agrarian Reform main office with the name of Cleon Lester Chavez, Director of the DAR Press and Media Relations Office. Last February 11, 2019, said political appointee lost his temper, shouted at the top of his voice, mouthed bad words, punched a number of times the person he was berating (the person moved back and avoided being hit). The Director then punched the wall leading to his office which produced a hole. The Office of the Secretary of DAR has not released any judgement in this case six months after the dastardly act. The Director has remained unrepentant and unpunished up to this time. Thank you.
This year is the 31 anniversary of the Department of Agrarian Reform. President Duterte is scheduled to grace the celebration at the DAR main office. It will be recalled that the President took potshots at DAR in a number of his speeches taking the Department to task for allegations of GRAFT and CORRUPTION as well as the slow pace in the distribution of farm lands to farmers. Unfortunately, he merely alluded about DAR shenanigans without actually naming a single DAR official that he repeatedly said would be fired but he never made good his threats. At one point, the President advised the unnamed officials to resign so as to spare the President the task of removing them from public office.
MANILA, Philippines — Sen. Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa on Thursday got furious after a member of the National Union of Students of the Philippines mentioned his stance on the looming release of convicted rapist and murderer Antonio Sanchez during a Senate public hearing into the revival of Reserve Officers’ Training Corps.
Student leader, Dela Rosa clash
NUSP member Raoul Manuel, a resource person on the hearing into the proposed mandatory ROTC bill, said it would be hard to uphold law enforcement and rights awareness if there is a senator who believes that “it is okay” to release a rapist and murderer like Sanchez.
The student group leader also mentioned the drug suspects killed in Oplan Tokhang, formerly initiated Dela Rosa, when he was the Philippine National Police chief.
Manuel did not name Dela Rosa during the hearing but he was referring to the senator who mentioned in a television interview that Sanchez “deserves a second chance.”
The Department of Justice early this week said Sanchez, a former mayor of Calauan, Laguna would likely walk free because of a reduced prison term for good behavior while incarcerated.
Dela Rosa on Wednesday sided with the possible release of Sanchez.
After Manuel’s remark, Dela Rosa then lost his cool and chided the student leader for mentioning an unrelated matter to the hearing that discusses ROTC.
“Ang layo naman ng sinasabi mo. Kasama ba yan sa hearing yung comment na yun? Ang layo naman. That’s an affront,” Dela Rosa said.
(What you are saying is unrelated. Is that comment included in the hearing? That’s unrelated.)
Dela Rosa deemed Manuel’s remarks as a “personal attack” against him.
Sen. Pia Cayetano also said Manuel could’ve used another venue to air his reaction against Dela Rosa.
After the hearing, Dela Rosa explained that he was “insulted” over Manuel’s remarks which he said was “unrelated” and irrelevant to the topic.
For his part, Manuel apologized to the committee. He said he “just relayed the students’ sentiments.”