•Tama si Mayor ReyCat ng Capas!!! •Mga kawani sa Gobyerno, konting paalala lang!!!

Tama si Mayor ReyCat ng Capas – Tamang tama naman po si Mayor ReyCat at dapat lang na tutulan niya muna na gawing quarantine area ang Sports Village sa Capas. Bagama’t ito ay pag-aari ng BCDA at National Government, it is of course the duty of the Mayor to first consult its constituents. Hindi niya dapat basta-basta na lang payagan ang mga ganyan na paka-sensitibong bagay kung saan nakasalalay ang kalusugan at posibleng kapahamakan ng mga resident ng Capas at pati na ang kapakanana ng buong sambayanan ng Tarlac. Of course si Madam Gobernadora Susan Yap ay kailangan rin mag-bigay ng kanilang pahintulot together with the Tongressmen este Congressmen of the three (3) districts.
Mahal na Pangulong PRRD Sir, suporta kami sa inyong mga panukala at adhikain bagamat pagdating sa NCOV aba eh, ibang usapan na po yan Mr. President.

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Mga kawani ng Gobyerno, konting paalala lang – Konting paalala lamang sa mga kawani ng gobyerno hinggil sa RA 6713 also known as the code of Conduct for Public Officials and Employees, particular na sa Section 5. Basahin at isaulo lalung-lalo na yung ilang mga miyembro ng PNP jan. Kaya nga kayo nilakihan ng sahod ng ating mahal na pangulong PRRD para sa ikagaganda ng inyong serbisyo publiko at hindi para sa ikalalaki ng inyong ulo!!! Duon nga pala sa mga miyembro ng PNP na ayaw mag-receive ng isang napaka simpleng liham, kung sabagay wala nga namang nakalagay sa RA 6713 na kailangan ninyong mag-receive ng liham at kung sabagay ay wala rin namang nakalagay na hindi kayo dapat mag-receive ng formal and official communiations and/or letters, kaya siguro ang mabuting gawin ninyo ay isangguni ninyo sa kahit kaninong abogago este abogado at pati na rin sa NAPOLCOM at sasabihin sa inyo na katungkulan ninyo na mag-receive ng mga liham na addressed to your office. Kung bakit may mga ibang miyembro ng PNP kasi na ayaw mag-receive ng isang liham na napaka-simple lang naman ang nilalaman. NALPAS!!!
Section 5. Duties of Public Officials and Employees. – In the performance of their duties, all public officials and employees are under obligation to:
(a) Act promptly on letters and requests. – All public officials and employees shall, within fifteen (15) working days from receipt thereof, respond to letters, telegrams or other means of communications sent by the public. The reply must contain the action taken on the request.
(b) Submit annual performance reports. – All heads or other responsible officers of offices and agencies of the government and of government-owned or controlled corporations shall, within forty-five (45) working days from the end of the year, render a performance report of the agency or office or corporation concerned. Such report shall be open and available to the public within regular office hours.
(c) Process documents and papers expeditiously. – All official papers and documents must be processed and completed within a reasonable time from the preparation thereof and must contain, as far as practicable, not more than three (3) signatories therein. In the absence of duly authorized signatories, the official next-in-rank or officer in charge shall sign for and in their behalf.
(d) Act immediately on the public’s personal transactions. – All public officials and employees must attend to anyone who wants to avail himself of the services of their offices and must, at all times, act promptly and expeditiously.
(e) Make documents accessible to the public. – All public documents must be made accessible to, and readily available for inspection by, the public within reasonable working hours.”

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