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Monday, November 10, 2014

Memorandum

Davao City's CCTV Ordinance: a Pioneer in the Country's Effort 
for the Maintenance of Peace and Order








Last September 15, 2014, The Department of Interior and Local Government disseminated DILG Memorandum Circular No. 2014 – 119; “DIRECTING CITIES/CAPITAL TOWNS TO REQUIRE THE INSTALLATION OF CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISIONS (CCTV) FOR CERTAIN BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 16 (GENERAL WELFARE CLAUSE) OF REPUBLIC ACT NO. 7160 TO SUPPORT THE MAINTENANCE OF PEACE AND ORDER AND PUBLIC SAFETY”.

It’s good to know that way back December 4, 2012, the Davao City Council already enacted City Ordinance No. 0407-12: “An Ordinance requiring all establishments, whether commercial, industrial or financial institutions, with capitalization of not less than Three Million Pesos (P3,000,000.00), including, but not limited to, banks, pawnshops, restaurants, shopping malls, hotels, inns, educational institutions, hospital and medical institutions, gaming cockpits (sabungans), private transport terminals on land, air and sea, operating within the City of Davao, to install, operate, and maintain Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras in public/common area/s.

Isn’t this amazing?  This only shows that we are way ahead in terms of technological advancement in relation to the maintenance of peace and order and public safety.  This is something that EVERY DAVAEῇO MUST BE PROUD OF.  Thus, Davao City can be considered as A STANDARD OF PROGRESS AND DEVELOPMENT WHERE ALL OTHER CITIES FOLLOW.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Executive Order No. 44

 Executive Order No. 44
Series of 2014



“An Order Creating the Elderlympics of 2014” or Executive Order No. 44, Series of 2014, was enacted by Hon. City Mayor Rodrigo R. Duterte.  The city is enjoined under the Older Persons Welfare Code of Davao City to actively promote sports activities for the Older Persons through the regular conduct of “Elderlympics” every first week of December.  In connection to this, Davao City will be holding “Elderlympics of 2014” on the 5th, 6th, and 8th of December this year.  This is just one of the many activities to look forward this Christmas month.

Executive Order No. 43

Executive Order No. 43
Series of 2014




Honorable Mayor Rodrigo R. Duterte enacted Executive Order No. 43, Series of 2014; “An Order Constituting the Executive Committee of the 2014 Pasko Fiesta sa Dabaw and for Other Purposes”.  There will be a series of events to be conducted in order to invigorate the Filipino tradition of rejoicing the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ.  Advance Merry Christmas Davaoeῇos!

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Executive Order No. 41

Executive Order No. 41
Series of 2014
Local Integration Program Committee 
for Former New People's Army (NPA) Rebels


This is in line with R.A. No. 7160, wherein Local Government Units (LGUs) are to provide social welfare services to the rebel returnees. Furthermore, the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) and Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process issued Joint Memorandum Circular No. 2014-01, which provides a Comprehensive Local Integration Program (CLIP) for Former New People's Army (NPA) Rebels.
Section 1 - Creation of City Clip Committee
- Chairperson, Co-chairperson, Vice-chairperson and Members
Section 2 - Functions - the CLIP committee shall be responsible for the effective implementation and institutionalization of the City's CLIP.
Section 3 - Secretariat and Technical Working Group - is hereby directed to identify appropriate personnel from his/her office who shall perform all clerical and documentation functions attending the operation of CLIP.
Section 4 - Funding - They are subject to comply with the government accounting and auditing rules and regulations.
Section 5 - Separability
Section 6 -  Effectivity on September 23, 2014





Thursday, October 02, 2014

KOMPRe

Koalisyon ng Mamamayan Para sa Reporma 
(KOMPRe)







Koalisyon ng Mamamayan Para sa Reporma (KOMPRe) hosted an event September 30, 2014, 7th floor (Finster Auditorium), Ateneo de Davao City.
KOMPRe aims to abolish dictatorship and corruption in the government. They fight under the reform of the Pnoy administration with the “Tuwid na Daan” movement.
The event was attended by students, professionals, government officials and other people from various walks of life who believe and hopes for a change in the government for the betterment of our country.
The keynote speaker of the event is the Dept. of Interior and Local Government Secretary, Hon. Manuel Roxas II. He gave an update on the different developments that the Pnoy administration was able to accomplish so far.
The event serves as a workshop as well for people who want to broaden their knowledge. The workshop is divided into 5 different clusters, namely:
Transformational Leadership, Governance and Anti-Corruption, Economic Development , Human Development and Anti-Poverty, Peace and Order, Human Security and Justice and Environment and Climate Change.