Baguio City Congressman Mark Go denied Senator Panfilo “Ping” Lacson’s allegations that there are anomalous allocations in the city’s proposed infrastructure budget in 2020.
The politiko said the P507 million budget prposed for the rehabiliation of Kennon Road does not fall under Baguio City.
“To allay misinterpretations that might cast doubt on my integrity as a person and legislator, I would like to state categorically that the P507 million budget for the rehabilitation of Kennon Road does not cover the City of Baguio. This said project was identified by the DPWH National Capital Region (Central Office) as reflected in the National Expenditure Program (NEP) and the General Appropriation Bill for FY 2020,” said Go.
“This representation believes that every amount of appropriation should specifically indicate the description and scope of work for a certain project,” he added.
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