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Philippines investigates three senior government officials suspected of violating regulations

China News Service, Manila, January 7th Philippine Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo said at the Presidential Palace Malacañang on the 7th that the President's Anti-Corruption Commission has launched three senior government officials suspected of violating the law. The investigation.

It is reported that the Philippine President's Anti-Corruption Commission received Isidro Lapegna, Minister of Labour, Silvestre Bello III, former Customs Commissioner and current Director of Technical Education and Skills Development (Isidro Lapena) and three officials of the National Aboriginal Council Chairman Leonor T. Oralde-Quintayo complained about the violation and investigated it.

It is reported that the three officials are still in office and are waiting for the results of the investigation.

In recent months, Duterte has fired several government officials, including officers, because they are accused of corruption and abuse of power.

On October 5, 2017, the Philippine Presidential Office issued a statement announcing the establishment of an anti-corruption commission under the President's Office to assist the President in investigating corruption cases of administrative officials in the executive branch.

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