Issue of February 3, 2019
     
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TRUE OR FALSE

1.    The latest policy implemented by the Armed Forces of the Philippines in its military camp at Camp Allen is simply not pro-people and does not sit well with city culture.

2.    Some members of the city council have selective amnesia for citing local policies that prohibit Burnham Park from trade fairs when they allowed the same in the past years.

3.    The ERS machines bought by the city government for P128 million and supposed to generate funds from compost have not been fully used by the city up to the present.

4.    The P6.5-billion intelligence fund of the Office of the President and the military is still being put to good use despite “failure of intelligence” that led to bombings in the south.

5.    Some local officials in an urban area opted not to encash the post-dated checks issued them by a fellow politician after some of the checks were not honored by a local bank.

6.    The release of the biopic of a senatorial bet for the midterm election is not a form of early campaigning since the aspirant and the lead actor are known allies of Malacañang.

7.    Those behind the bombings of a church in Jolo, Sulu and grenade blast in a mosque in Zamboanga want to create a sectarian conflict among Christians and Muslims.

8.    Several local officials, who are not delighted with the bidding of the revenue-oriented components of Panagbenga, could not hide their disagreement with the chief executive.

9.    A giant mall that failed miserably in its earthballing program will most likely heed the call of citizens to abandon its condo plan within a crucial pine stand within CBD.

10. The police regional command makes sure that the firearms surrendered by politicians and their supporters are not those good for museum display, but those that could kill.

11. Some provinces in the Cordillera could be the sites of regulated marijuana plantation facilities once the bill legalizing marijuana for medical purposes is signed into law.

12. Like the night market, cooking foods in many stalls set up for the Baguio Blooms at Burnham Park should also be prohibited to ensure cleanliness and proper sanitation.
 

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