Anti-Epal Bill by Sen. Miriam-Defensor Santiago

Actually, this is so embarassing for me that we have to pass a kind of law just to stop those politicians or bureaucrats from claiming the credit of the project made in their post though we all know that the money used for those projects came from our (taxpayers) own sweat and hardship.

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I totally agree on Senator Miriam-Defensor Santiago's bill to be pass to the Senate. Anti-Epal came from the word "Epal," simply means "Mapapel," a bill specifically made for Politicians.

This Senate Bill No. 1967 is formally titled "AN ACT PROHIBITING PUBLIC OFFICERS FROM CLAIMING CREDIT THROUGH SIGNAGE ANNOUNCING A PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT."

To know the full content of the "Senate Bill No. 1967" or simply "Anti-Epal Bill" you may click here.

Source: senate.gov.ph

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