Official pushes for better set-up in Capitol compound

TO avoid theft incidents inside the Capitol compound, there should be proper communication and coordination among the different offices, an official said.

Capitol consultant Roberto Legaspi said they will still allow private cars to go inside the Capitol compound even after a barrel of fuel was stolen there the other week.

He said they cannot limit the entry of cars and persons since there are other departments and government offices inside the Capitol compound. (Angel Mae Bellita, USJ-R Intern)
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