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DILG warns vs fake positions under Rev Gov, federalism
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The Department of Interior and Local Government warned local government officials and the public against individuals falsely claiming that they could have people appointed as OIC-barangay and local officials under a federal system of government and a revolutionary government (RevGov) and asking for money in return.

In a meeting with all DILG regional directors last week, DILG Officer-in-Charge Catalino S. Cuy said that numerous reports have reached the central and field offices regarding various groups masquerading to be affiliated or permitted by the government or by the DILG to campaign for federalism or RevGov and claiming that they could have people appointed to local positions.

Cuy directed all DILG field offices to warn all LGUs about this scam that has been going on for some time.

According to aggregated reports, scammers lure both incumbent and aspiring local government officials into being included in a supposed priority list of people to be appointed should the country shift to a federal form of government or undergo a RevGov. In exchange, unwitting victims give money to con groups for membership fees or donations.

Cuy said that President Rodrigo Duterte himself already made it clear on Nov. 21 that claims that a revolutionary government will soon be established are all false.

Newly installed DILG Assistant Secretary for Communications and Capacity Development Jonathan E. Malaya encourages the public to get in touch with his office or with the Local Government Academy at telephone numbers (02) 638-9649 or 634-1906 local 116 or via email to lgamail@lga.gov.ph and rpdd@lga.gov.ph on concerns on the government’s federalism campaign. Several supporters of a revolutionary government last week organized rallies nationwide to drum-up support but only a few peoples participated in said rallies.


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