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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2013 11:51 am 
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pwede na mag direct ng for president yan eh

tignan ko lang yabang ng mga ibang politiko

dapat may movement din katulad ng kay panot eh

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2013 11:57 am 
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segurado pag nanalo iyan papangit din at dadami ang kapintasan niyan.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2013 7:38 pm 
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this is the kind of leader the philippines need.. 8)

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2013 8:16 pm 
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not because im from davao :D

strong political will
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may mga weaknesses rin pero matapang at may isang salita :D

i fhe runs, i'll vote for him :D

mas katanggap tanggap si Ed Hagedorn

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2013 8:20 pm 
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P677M spent on Davao hiring binge
By Gil C. Cabacungan
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11:02 pm | Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
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Former Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte went on a hiring spree in the last full year of her term as she signed up 11,000 temporary workers to six-month work contracts, including 110 consultants employed by her office without any proof to show that the personnel deserve their wages.
This was revealed in a Commission on Audit (COA) report on Davao City’s 2012 financial operations released earlier this month that showed that the Duterte administration could provide only a master list of the individuals hired, their fixed wages and positions and the funding source for their salaries but not official contracts or accomplishment reports about their actual service.
The former mayor said in a text message: “I can’t comment. I haven’t read the COA report.”
In the report, Duterte signed the job orders and contracts for 11,000 individuals in the first half of last year and 11,024 in the second half last year, spending more than P677 million in government funds for extra wages on what the COA described as redundant work which could be performed by regular employees.
Without any monitoring report to work on, the COA conducted a sample audit of the casuals supposedly working in Duterte’s office and the Barangay Community and Cultural Affairs Division.
The COA said only 59 of the 275 casuals deployed to Duterte’s office were present (management claimed the rest were out on field work but it did not show any pass slips as proof); none of the 82 barangay auxiliary workers and community volunteers showed up during the validation process (they were said to be working in other barangays but management could not give any deployment plan); and not one of the casuals surveyed was required to submit an accomplishment report which should have served as the basis for their wages.
“The principle of equal work for equal pay is not operational as accountability of hired personnel in terms of producing outputs in return for their wages was not given emphasis or consideration,” the COA said.
“The nonsubmission of accomplishment reports creates doubts as to whether or not funds were used judiciously and conscionably with due regard against waste through improper disposition,” it said.

The city hall human resources management claimed that the heads of each department were monitoring the attendance of the casuals but the COA was adamant that without an accomplishment report, there was no saying that hiring 11,000 people was necessary and advantageous to the government.
Aside from tightening its monitoring, the COA urged the city hall to conduct a comprehensive review of the city’s hiring policy, “with due regard to the actual needs of the office and the availability or nonavailability of such kind of services among the regular employees.”


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alangan namang hindi alam ng tatay yan? 8)

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 29, 2013 8:46 pm 
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dwight wrote:
I will also vote for him... :D

Not because I am from Davao also but because I witnessed how he transformed Davao from being rebel-infested city into a very progressive and peaceful city...

Sadly, I doubt if he'll win considering the regionalistic attitude of Filipinos...

A lot of politicians from Vis-Min areas are far more better than the usual trapos, yet will not win in national stage mainly because they're from the province... :(

tama ka dito mikezobel. flawed religious dogma at biased na CHR ang nagpapabagal sa progress ng pinas.

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P677M spent on Davao hiring binge
By Gil C. Cabacungan
Philippine Daily Inquirer
11:02 pm | Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
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Former Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte went on a hiring spree in the last full year of her term as she signed up 11,000 temporary workers to six-month work contracts, including 110 consultants employed by her office without any proof to show that the personnel deserve their wages.
This was revealed in a Commission on Audit (COA) report on Davao City’s 2012 financial operations released earlier this month that showed that the Duterte administration could provide only a master list of the individuals hired, their fixed wages and positions and the funding source for their salaries but not official contracts or accomplishment reports about their actual service.
The former mayor said in a text message: “I can’t comment. I haven’t read the COA report.”
In the report, Duterte signed the job orders and contracts for 11,000 individuals in the first half of last year and 11,024 in the second half last year, spending more than P677 million in government funds for extra wages on what the COA described as redundant work which could be performed by regular employees.
Without any monitoring report to work on, the COA conducted a sample audit of the casuals supposedly working in Duterte’s office and the Barangay Community and Cultural Affairs Division.
The COA said only 59 of the 275 casuals deployed to Duterte’s office were present (management claimed the rest were out on field work but it did not show any pass slips as proof); none of the 82 barangay auxiliary workers and community volunteers showed up during the validation process (they were said to be working in other barangays but management could not give any deployment plan); and not one of the casuals surveyed was required to submit an accomplishment report which should have served as the basis for their wages.
“The principle of equal work for equal pay is not operational as accountability of hired personnel in terms of producing outputs in return for their wages was not given emphasis or consideration,” the COA said.
“The nonsubmission of accomplishment reports creates doubts as to whether or not funds were used judiciously and conscionably with due regard against waste through improper disposition,” it said.

The city hall human resources management claimed that the heads of each department were monitoring the attendance of the casuals but the COA was adamant that without an accomplishment report, there was no saying that hiring 11,000 people was necessary and advantageous to the government.
Aside from tightening its monitoring, the COA urged the city hall to conduct a comprehensive review of the city’s hiring policy, “with due regard to the actual needs of the office and the availability or nonavailability of such kind of services among the regular employees.”


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alangan namang hindi alam ng tatay yan? 8)


then breakdown mo rin yung kapintasan ng iba and compare pre :D
as what ive said, lahat may mga weaknesses. even hagedorn na gusto, just sayin :D

also compare the political landscape of davao and palawan before and after the their terms. may NPA ba sa palawan? may mga moro extrmists ba?
davao hast the highest insurgency in the 80's. hagedorn is good as well and i voted for that man, but kung political will at accomplishments lang din nman overall, i go with duterte

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Count me in for Rody for president

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2013 8:57 am 
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zeke_gabriel wrote:
rudge wrote:
P677M spent on Davao hiring binge
By Gil C. Cabacungan
Philippine Daily Inquirer
11:02 pm | Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
6 892 855


Former Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte went on a hiring spree in the last full year of her term as she signed up 11,000 temporary workers to six-month work contracts, including 110 consultants employed by her office without any proof to show that the personnel deserve their wages.
This was revealed in a Commission on Audit (COA) report on Davao City’s 2012 financial operations released earlier this month that showed that the Duterte administration could provide only a master list of the individuals hired, their fixed wages and positions and the funding source for their salaries but not official contracts or accomplishment reports about their actual service.
The former mayor said in a text message: “I can’t comment. I haven’t read the COA report.”
In the report, Duterte signed the job orders and contracts for 11,000 individuals in the first half of last year and 11,024 in the second half last year, spending more than P677 million in government funds for extra wages on what the COA described as redundant work which could be performed by regular employees.
Without any monitoring report to work on, the COA conducted a sample audit of the casuals supposedly working in Duterte’s office and the Barangay Community and Cultural Affairs Division.
The COA said only 59 of the 275 casuals deployed to Duterte’s office were present (management claimed the rest were out on field work but it did not show any pass slips as proof); none of the 82 barangay auxiliary workers and community volunteers showed up during the validation process (they were said to be working in other barangays but management could not give any deployment plan); and not one of the casuals surveyed was required to submit an accomplishment report which should have served as the basis for their wages.
“The principle of equal work for equal pay is not operational as accountability of hired personnel in terms of producing outputs in return for their wages was not given emphasis or consideration,” the COA said.
“The nonsubmission of accomplishment reports creates doubts as to whether or not funds were used judiciously and conscionably with due regard against waste through improper disposition,” it said.

The city hall human resources management claimed that the heads of each department were monitoring the attendance of the casuals but the COA was adamant that without an accomplishment report, there was no saying that hiring 11,000 people was necessary and advantageous to the government.
Aside from tightening its monitoring, the COA urged the city hall to conduct a comprehensive review of the city’s hiring policy, “with due regard to the actual needs of the office and the availability or nonavailability of such kind of services among the regular employees.”


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alangan namang hindi alam ng tatay yan? 8)


then breakdown mo rin yung kapintasan ng iba and compare pre :D
as what ive said, lahat may mga weaknesses. even hagedorn na gusto, just sayin :D

also compare the political landscape of davao and palawan before and after the their terms. may NPA ba sa palawan? may mga moro extrmists ba?
davao hast the highest insurgency in the 80's. hagedorn is good as well and i voted for that man, but kung political will at accomplishments lang din nman overall, i go with duterte

granting kung totoo man itong issue na to, isa na itong matibay na katibayan na buhay ang "culture of impunity" kay Duterte. Ang dami nang napatay na mga masasamang loob sa davao at siya ang pinaghihinalaan na mastermind. Akala niya he can get away with it kasi hanggang ngayon malaya pa rin niyang nagagawa yung gusto niyang gawin. At ngayon, pati ang pondo ng bayan pinakaialaman na niya(kung totoo man un). Bakit? kasi hindi siya mahuhuli o kasi naniniwala siya na makakalusot siya. Para sa akin mahirap kung ganyang klase ang magiging presidente. banana republic ang labas ng Pinas. Meron pa naman sigurong mas matino at karapatdapat.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2013 9:04 am 
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ok na yan maraming pinapatay na masamang loob 8)

wag mo ako sagutin na tao pa din yan kahit masasamang loob ang mga yan :lol: :lol:

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dwight wrote:
I will also vote for him... :D

Not because I am from Davao also but because I witnessed how he transformed Davao from being rebel-infested city into a very progressive and peaceful city...

Sadly, I doubt if he'll win considering the regionalistic attitude of Filipinos...

A lot of politicians from Vis-Min areas are far more better than the usual trapos, yet will not win in national stage mainly because they're from the province... :(



Promdi din naman sina Osmena, Marcos, Magsaysay...
Is promdi now of different flavor?
If they've done it, why can't Duterte?
But he needs to state his intentions to run,.. then we'll know if he's really at it or not.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2013 9:25 am 
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ok na yan maraming pinapatay na masamang loob 8)

wag mo ako sagutin na tao pa din yan kahit masasamang loob ang mga yan :lol: :lol:

wala akong problema sa vigilante sa local level pero sa presidente ibang usapan na yan. samahan mo pa ng kagarapalan sa pangungurakot malabo na talaga yan. yang ganyan karaming ghost employees sobrang garapal na yan. akala niya na talaga maloloko niya ang bayan. sabagay wala na sigurong mas gagarapal kay gma. garapal pa din.
:lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 30, 2013 9:32 am 
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i doubt kung makatapak ang COA sa davao city at makauwi pa :lol: :lol:

basta ako bilib ako sa kanya :lol: :lol:

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