MANILA- The Senate on Tuesday adopted a bill in search of to abolish the graft-ridden Twin carriageway Board.
Senators adopted the counterpart measure, Home Invoice 7436, which used to be passed by Home lawmakers on Monday.
The Senate adopts Home Invoice 7436 abolishing the Twin carriageway Board. The bill will now be willing for transmittal to Malacañang for signing by President Duterte. #philippinesenate pic.twitter.com/s3Iwc4Axmq
— Senate of the Philippines (@senatePH) January 22, 2019
The proposed measure will soon be submitted to President Rodrigo Duterte for signing.
The Twin carriageway Board oversees funds from the Motor Vehicle User’s Fee, that are alleged to be aged solely for twin carriageway repairs and enchancment of twin carriageway drainage, installation of site site visitors lights and twin carriageway safety gadgets, and air air pollution decide watch over.
The Commission on Audit alternatively has mentioned the MVUCs were being misappropriated, making it at risk of corruption.
The swift approval of the two chambers of Congress comes after Senate Majority Chief Miguel Zubiri, and Senate President Educated Tempore Ralph Recto met with then Home Majority Chief Rolando Andaya Jr. over the President’s call to abolish the Twin carriageway Board.
Duterte had time and all once more mentioned he wished the Twin carriageway Board abolished.