The Issue For Blue Ribbon Committee Continues As Budget Secretary Is Out To Be Arrested

The Senate sergeant-at-arms is out to capture previous financial plan undersecretary Lloyd Christopher Lao since he has been referred to in hatred by the Blue Ribbon panel for scorning its new hearings into billions of pesos worth of supposed peculiar government supply contracts.

Senate President Vicente Sotto III yesterday marked the request for Senate Sergeant-at-Arms Rene Samonte to capture Lao, the previous top of the Procurement Service of the Department of Budget and Management (PS-DBM).

In view of this, The Sergeant-at-Arms is thusly coordinated to do and execute this Order and make a return about inside 24 hours from its requirement,” Sotto said in the mandate, following Lao’s being refered to in hatred last Thursday for reprimanding the last four hearings of the Blue Ribbon committee.?With the capture request legitimate anyplace in the country. This is also what Samonte said the quest for Lao is on.

Nonetheless, he said apparently Lao, who hails from Davao City and is the previous political race attorney of President Duterte, has many locations.




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