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Frascos miabaga sa honoraria sa barangay workers

ISIP tabang sa kahimtang sa barangay workers sa Liloan nga wala makadawat sa ilang honoraria human wala gihatag sa Kapitolyo niadtong Lunes, Marso 11, sila si Liloan Mayor Christina Frasco ug iyang bana nga si kanhi mayor Duke Frasco mao ang ninghatag sa allowances ngadto sa 131 ka barangay workers niadtong Sabado, Marso 16.

Ang kantidad bugti sa gitanggong nga honorarium sa matag kawani, sumala sa pamahayag sa magtiayong Frasco nga gipadala sa Superbalita Cebu pagka Dominggo, Marso 17.

“Amo nalang gitubos ang obligasyon sa Capitol. Kay dili mi makatugot nga daug-daugon lang ni Vice Governor Magpale ang among mga barangay workers tungod kay mas gituman nila ang ilang trabaho sama sa measles vaccination kaysa sa mo-attend ug political rally,” dason sa pamahayag ni Mayor Frasco.

Tungod niini, ang mayor nagkanayon nga ang barangay tanods, health workers, lupong tagapamayapa ug ubang trabahante nga naapektuhan mahimong mopasaka og legal nga aksiyon batok kang Vice Gov. Magpale tungod sa pagdumili sa pagluwat sa incentives, matod pa, “immediate liquidation” ang gikinahanglan sa dili pa sila makapadayon sa ubang kalungsoran.

Gipasabot sa mayor nga ang disbursement ug liquidation sa cash advances nasulod sa Commission on Audit Circular No. 97-002, as amended, Section 5.1 diin nga ang accountable officer mohimo sa pag-liquidate sa iyang cash advances (for Salaries, Wages, etc.) “within five days after each fifteen day/end of the month pay period.”

“Apparently, the requirement of liquidation is not “immediate” as Magpale claims it to be. The barangay workers, having failed to receive their pay on March 8 (Friday), could very well claim it on March 11 (Monday) and can still claim it until March 20, following COA Rules,” dugang ni Mayor Frasco, kinsa usa ka abogada.

Sa pagpasabot sa pagdumili sa Kapitolyo sa pagluwat sa honoraria niadtong napakyas sa pagtambong sa ilang distribution uban sa local candidates sa Liloan, matod ni Magpale nga dili sila maka-disburse payments sa ubang mga lungsod kon dili hingpit tanan ma-liquidate ang payments alang sa Liloan.

“And yet, after their distribution rally in Liloan, Magpale and Davide proceeded to conduct distribution in Consolacion and Compostela on the same day. If the alleged prerequisite of a full liquidation per town is true, how then could they have proceeded to 2 other towns without having conducted liquidation immediately prior? The fact remains: there is an annual budget or allocation for the honorarium of ALL barangay workers. The money is there. COA Rules say it should and can be paid until March 20. Why does Magpale refuse to pay the barangay workers of Liloan who were doing simply doing their duty?,” dugang pamahayag.

Gihimakak ni Mayor Frasco ang mga alegasyon ni Magpale nga “politicking ” ug giingong nakadawat siya og suwat bahin sa distribution sa honoraria.

“Assuming for the sake of argument that I received the letter, this still does not does not erase the fact that we have an ongoing measles vaccination for kids in all barangays, not to mention all our other ongoing health and peace and order programs which our barangay workers are duty bound to carry out. The measles epidemic poses a clear and prsent danger to the public, especially our young. Who in their right upstanding non-politicking minds would knowingly prioritize a political rally over protecting the lives of our children?” pagpasabot ni Mayor Frasco. (RRM, PR)


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