Broad coalition to launch Tuesday

FORMER Negros Occidental governor Rafael Coscolluela said the broad coalition against the change in Constitution will be launched Tuesday, March 13.

The coalition was comprised of groups belonging to various sectors.

Coscolluela said the coalition is open to any organization who would like to join and help the people understand charter change and federalism so they can make a decision out of their own personal knowledge and understanding.

The former governor has been cautioning Congress against railroading the proposed charter change that would pave way for a federal form of government.

He said the coalition will focus on information campaign because the people need to know about charter change and federalism.

Coscolluela said the members of the coalition that closely monitors the move to amend the Constitution are opposing the Constituent Assembly to amend the Constitution because they believe it's very susceptible to railroading the process.
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