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People’s Initiative seeks law to criminalize pork

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We anti-pork advocates hail the Supreme Court decision declaring that the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) unconstitutional. This is victory of the movement to abolish the pork barrel system.

The High Court first struck out Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF). After legislative pork, our justices hit presidential pork. These are victories that give us hope of achieving success.

But declaring PDAF and DAP unconstitutional does not mean we already uprooted the pork barrel system.  We need a law criminalizing and punishing acts in relation to the pork barrel system.

Below is a PDF copy I uploaded of the statement of the People’s Initiative to Abolish Pork Barrel on the Supreme Court declaration:

Five things you need to know about People’s Initiative to Abolish Pork Barrel
Please share this to all your relatives and friends …

About anol_cebu

As chief digital officer of PRworks Inc., Emmanuel Mongaya manages the digital communications of the public relations agency. He also blogs, writes columns for Sun.Star Cebu and Superbalita, and serves as administrator for “Maghisgot Kitag Politika Bay,” Cebu’s dynamic political community in Facebook.

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