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Old July 12th, 2019, 08:01 PM   #4421
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The theme song is not that bad, it's not that good either. Hehe. So so lang kumbaga.
Siguro medyo sawa na ako sa mga power ballads.

Meron pa kayang ibang theme song? Nung 2005 kasi meron pa yung Posible ng Rivermaya in addition dun sa kinanta nung batang babae sa opening ceremony na composed by Jose Mari Chan. Actually nung 2005 parang naging unofficial theme din ang Pinoy Ako ng theme song ng PBB kasi lagi siyang pinapatugtog sa mga venue.
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Old July 13th, 2019, 12:18 AM   #4422
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oh please dont be stuck in 2000s. SG2015 had the best theme songs, may angas. ang lakas ng identity. KL2017 was dramatic but very inspiring and memorable. The best so far are from Asian Games 2018, "Meraih Bintang", "Bright as the Sun", "Janger Persahabatan"
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Old July 13th, 2019, 12:20 AM   #4423
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Let me share with you my winning medal design for Lausanne 2020 Youth Olympic Games. I placed 3rd in the design competition among 300 entries from 60 countries. I personally contacted PSC about my proposal to design the medal for SEA Games 2019, pro bono, but they didn't listen.

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Rody nixes Phisgoc Foundation Foundation

Citing government accountability, President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday night shot down efforts by the privately-formed Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) Foundation to snatch the hosting of the 30th Southeast Asian Games from the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) and the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC).

I have to be responsible for this. Give (the SEA Games) to government

Speaking for the first time about the government’s sports program during an exclusive interview by Daily Tribune, Mr. Duterte explicitly said that he would not allow the Phisgoc Foundation to organize the hosting of the SEA Games.

The Games are set from 30 November to 10 December at different venues, with the New Clark City serving as the main hub for centerpiece events athletics and swimming.

“I have to be responsible for this. Give (the SEA Games) to government,” the Chief Executive said in reply to Daily Tribune’s query about the leadership deadlock permeating the hosting chores.
The Philippines attracted the SEA Games hosting following Brunei’s withdrawal from the chore in 2015 before the turnover right after Singapore’s turn at the hosting.

But it was not until 2017 after the end of the Marawi terror siege that the Philippines could assure the SEA Games Federation that it can host the event as government prioritized the reconstruction of what used to be Mindanao’s most prosperous city that was wrecked by the war initiated by the local affiliates of the ISIS terror group.

The first organizing body for the SEA Games led by Miguel Zubiri had also quit chasing the prospect of bringing the SEA Games to the Philippines for the fourth time. The country hosted the Games in 1981, 1991 (when it placed second overall) and in 2005 (when it won the overall championship).

But the government’s resolution of the Marawi armed conflict also changed the complex of the country’s readiness to show its best side to its neighbor countries.

POC President Jose “Peping” Cojuangco seized the opportunity to secure the hosting and appointed then Foreign Affairs Sec. Alan Peter Cayetano to lead what was formed as the Philippine SEA Games Organizing Committee or Phisgoc.

The original Phisgoc had Cayetano as chairman with PSC Chief William “Butch” Ramirez and Cojuangco as co-chairmen.

But a court order to proceed to a re-vote of the POC presidency resulted in the ouster of Cojuangco.

Replacing Cojuangco as POC president, Ricky Vargas immediately forged a partnership with Cayetano. Together, they incorporated the Phisgoc Foundation (not the original Phisgoc in which government was included) with the Securities and Exchange Commission. They also booted out Ramirez from the original leadership composition.

Cayetano’s staff together with Vargas and his men founded Phisgoc Foundation to be able to independently raise funds from the private sector. It took longer than usual for the government to assure the SEA Games hosting with fund as the national budget was delayed.
Cayetano had also resigned from his Department of Foreign Affairs post to seek a congressional seat.

Cayetano sought P7.5 billion from government to fund the SEA Games. But the national budget approved allocated just P5 billion, which was made part of the PSC budget as it is the rightful agency to disburse funding for sports.

Cayetano contested the awarding of the budget to the PSC but to no avail.

Then, he sought a supplementary P1 billion fund from President Duterte.

The Chief Executive gave it his approval but still lodged the money under the PSC’s care.

Cayetano’s Phisgoc Foundation, however, was questioned by the POC executive board, which did not give its imprimatur to the new, private body.

The Council’s leadership also questioned the Phisgoc Foundation’s deal for the supply of uniform and training gears, which seemed overpriced by several hundredfold, including pairs of socks costing nearly P3,000 each. The deal was voided soon after as only the POC can enter into contracts related to the hosting.

The Phisgoc Foundation also made itself the organizing body for all international sports events to be hosted by the Philippines in the future. The POC also countered this as the Foundation does not have the recognition of the SEA Games Federation, the Olympic Council of Asia and the International Olympic Committee.

It, however, resulted to the resignation of Vargas. The POC is expected to hold another round of elections on 28 July.

Asked by Daily Tribune if he is taking immediate action in settling the SEA Games hosting issue, Duterte said he is giving the POC a freehand in organizing the biennial multi-sports event.

“Yes, it should be (the POC),” the President said.

“First, it should be the government,” Duterte reiterated as he referred to the PSC, which has control over the release of the budget for sports. It also determines if purchases related to the event are within bounds of government control and limitations.

“Government is the most interested in winning the medals. That Phisgoc Foundation only muddles up the issue. So many fingers are dipping into the hosting. It should only be government. I want just one, just the government,” the President said.

“This is how it should be. I will execute whoever will be responsible if we do not win medals. That chandelier should be strong enough to hold the bodies of the (PSC chairman and his commissioners) if they don’t deliver,” the President said in jest.

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Old July 13th, 2019, 02:51 PM   #4425
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Yung hosting natin parang naging roller coaster ride na. Hindi na natin alam kung anong mararamdaman talaga natin. The other day we're all gushing dahil nilabas na yung importanteng elements sa hosting, and now this one...
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Sa totoo lang nakakawalang gana na.

We Get Discouraged As One
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Old July 13th, 2019, 10:59 PM   #4427
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and the neighbors are laughing rolling their eyes as they are watching this drama
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Old July 14th, 2019, 05:16 AM   #4428
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nagkakagulo na sila. kasi hosting year. daming kaperahan. haha.

wag na po tayong maghost ng kahit ano next year onwards. napaghahalataan ang kasakiman ng mga namumuno. e ang tatanda na yan ang gagahaman pa, magretire na po kayo. wala naman kayong naidulot in the past 15 years. maliban sa pagmamaniubra sa 2005 SEAG.
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Hahaha. Plan pa nga nila mag bid for the "Asian Games 2030" hosting eh 😎
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Old July 14th, 2019, 09:22 AM   #4430
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Zero accountability


President Rodrigo Duterte delivered a slam-dunk when he told ranking Daily Tribune executives in a meeting late Thursday that the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) Foundation Inc. should have no role in the country’s hosting of the 30th Southeast Asian Games.

He knows that the biennial meet is such a massive endeavor that involves government money. So, putting it in the hands of a purely private entity with no accountability at all surely invites disaster

Obviously, the Chief Executive is aware of what’s going on.

He knows that the biennial meet is such a massive endeavor that involves government money. So, putting it in the hands of a purely private entity with no accountability at all surely invites disaster.

Phisgoc’s leadership structure already tells a lot of stories.

In its Articles of Incorporation, it shows that there are eight original incorporators. Among them are four former Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) officials in Ricky Vargas, Patrick Gregorio, Ed Picson and Tom Carrasco.

The four other incorporators in Donaldo Caringal, Ramon Suzara, Monica Mitra and Dexter Estacio, however, are not part of either the PSC or POC families. They are members of the inner circle of Phisgoc chairman Alan Peter Cayetano. The four are purely private individuals and sports outsiders who could not be held accountable to the funds being released by government.

Caringal is Cayetano’s boyhood pal at La Salle Zobel. Their Physical Education teacher was Suzara, the former Philippine Superliga president whose ties with his volleyball colleagues were severed by financial issues and other accusations hurled against him.

A quick Google search on Caringal and Suzara would definitely yield a lot of “interesting” results.

We’re not really sure about Mitra’s job description with Cayetano. All we know is that she has his ear and you have to go through her first if you want to reach the lawmaker from Taguig, if at all.

Then, there’s Estacio.

Multiple sources said Estacio is just a mere graphic artist at the Taguig City Hall. But he was elected as treasurer of Phisgoc who has control over the billions of pesos that the Foundation would raise through sponsorships, donations, subsidies and, yes, government money.

He was also said to be one of the passengers of the helicopter that took aerial shots of the so-called Hacienda Binay in Rosario town in Batangas. The photos taken there played a crucial role in the demolition plot aimed at thwarting the Presidential bid of former Makati Mayor Jejomar Binay in 2016.

Interestingly, the big boss of the Phisgoc in Cayetano, the former Foreign Affairs Secretary, was not part of Phisgoc Foundation.

In a previous interview, he admitted that they deliberately excluded him from the list of original incorporators “because we didn’t want complications of a government official being in (Phisgoc) board.” Wow! How convenient.

The POC executive board cried over this set up.

They demanded an explanation from Vargas, but instead of shedding light over the matter, the POC chief tendered his irrevocable resignation from the Council.

That resignation is the major problem that the POC is facing right now. Three executive council members followed suit while some of Vargas’ supporters are still claiming that they are still the rightful leaders, prompting the International Olympic Committee and the Olympic Council of Asia to step in and call for special elections.

Anyway, it’s business as usual for Phisgoc.

With Suzara calling the shots, Phisgoc executives organized the second chiefs of mission meeting also last Thursday at a posh hotel in Pasay City. Everybody was present except for a group of men who were supposed to serve as hosts — the POC board members.
Apparently, they were not invited to crucial meetings.

They felt slighted as all they got was an invite to a meaningless dinner.

When Philippine Sports Commission chairman William “Butch” Ramirez told Phisgoc to invite acting POC president Joey Romasanta and secretary general Charlie Ho to the meetings, nobody lifted a finger. He gave the two officials rooms at the hotel as courtesy, but some Phisgoc executives simply brushed off his order.

When Ramirez insisted that Romasanta, the highest-ranking sport official in the eyes of the SEA Games Federation Council, should be in the meeting, all Phisgoc officials did was to come up with an ugly, hand-written nameplate of Romasanta and placed it on the presidential table to send a message that “yes, we invited him, but he didn’t come.”

Few hours later, Duterte made the pronouncement.

He wants the government, meaning the PSC, to take full control of the SEA Games hosting in coordination with the POC, which is the rightful franchise-holder of the biennial meet in the country.

In short, the President wants full accountability over government money.
And it’s something Phisgoc couldn’t provide.

Source: https://tribune.net.ph/index.php/201...ccountability/

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I hope this will enlighten us
Ang gusto ko lang talaga ngayon is assurance na itutuloy as planned yung mga nagawa nang preparations ng PHISGOC for the games. Kung may babaguhin man yung POC/PSC, sana 'di maka-apekto ng malaki sa hosting, hindi na natin afford magbagal-bagal ngayon lalo na't limang buwan na lang...
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agree. continue what Phisgoc had done. delayed muna na naten ang audit. then managot yung mga tao na involve kung meron mang daapt managot.

I presume alam naman nila yung mga ginagawa ng phisgoc so they would not get back to the beginning. yung mga payment, procurement and other preparation for the events siguro naman may idea sila.

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im surprised by the detailed news pointing it out to alan cayetano's "Circle". pero si alan is out of the picture. so weird. I think the tabloid should have ask the other party to comment.
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Btw isang National Artist for Architecture ang gumawa ng design ng official cauldron ng 2019 SEA Games:

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Nobody does it better

Build it and they will come.

The Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee, led by Chairman Rep. Alan Peter Cayetano, Philippine Sports Commission, under Chairman Butch Ramirez, and the Philippine Olympic Committee had put it together and built it from the ground up. Now they’re ready to hang a big Welcome sign.

The Philippine hosting of the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games has all the trimmings of becoming the biggest and most remarkable edition of the 11-country sportsfest.

With 11,000 athletes expected to see action, the Games will feature 56 sports and 530 events in three main venues – Clark, Subic and Metro Manila – which is the most number of disciplines in the history of the Games.

New Clark City (NCC), the first major sports complex being built by the government since the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex in 1934, is the crowning jewel of the Games scheduled Nov. 30-Dec. 11.

Inside the NCC are the New Clark City Stadium, a 20,000-seat track and field oval certified as Class 1 facility by the standards of the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF), and the New Clark City Aquatic Center, which has a 10-lane, 50-meter competi*tion pool and seats 2,000 spectators.

The Aquatic Center, certified by the International Swimming Federation (FINA) as a Class 1 facility, will also have a platform dive pool and an eight-lane, 25-meter training pool.

Within the Clark Special Economic Zone, the NCC is a government land owned by the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA). Out of the 9,450 hectares, only 3,500 hectares are buildable, leaving 6,000 hectares or 60 percent of green and open spaces for upland farming and forest reserves.

Aside from the world-class venues, the NCC has to offer, 42 more competitions sites will be used for the Games.

Credit goes to the SM Mall of Asia, SM MOA Arena, SM Megamall, Filoil Flying V Center, Laus Group Events Center and Vermosa Sports Hub, to name a few, for their contribution for the success of the biennial meet that the Philippines will host for the fourth time.

Team Philippines brought the Games on home turf in 1981, 1991 and 2005, where Filipino athletes captured the overall title for the first time.

Among the new sports are arnis and E-sports, which will respond to the growing popularity of the discipline among the younger audience, not just in the Philippines but globally. E-sports, in particular, will offer six gold medals on various gaming platforms: PC, game console and mobile phone.

This year’s edition will have its opening ceremony at the 50,000-seat Philippine Arena in Bocaue, Bulacan, another first for the SEA Games since it will be held indoors.

Social media networks were abuzz with rumors of the involvement of international performers, but Games Organizers offered no comment.

National artist architect Francisco “Bobby” Mañosa designed the 30th Southeast Asian Games cauldron which will carry the flame throughout the duration of the Games. The cauldron was the last commissioned project of Mañosa before he passed away early this year.

Ryan Cayabyab, another national artist, is composing the theme song of the SEA Games.

“Our goal is to give the public a world-class sports spectacle,” said Ramon Suzara, chief operations officer of the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Committee or PHISGOC. “We are working with the best of the best in the sports industry, from national artists to world-renowned games partners of the Olympics, to elevate the standards of the Southeast Asian Games and showcase the best of the Philippines.”

“This is our opportunity to put the Philippines on the sports map,” he added.

‘We Win As One’

Coined as part of the theme of the Games, “We Win As One” captures the resilient community spirit of Filipinos, according to Suzara.

“The Southeast Asian Games is more than a sports competition. It is a gathering of different peoples and cultures with one common goal – to unite nations and peoples regardless of race, religion or beliefs. A successful Southeast Asian Games can only be because of the entire Southeast Asia community uniting as one, and winning as one,” he added.

Source: https://sports.mb.com.ph/2019/07/14/...oes-it-better/
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Btw isang National Artist for Architecture ang gumawa ng design ng official cauldron ng 2019 SEA Games:

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Nobody does it better

Build it and they will come.

The Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee, led by Chairman Rep. Alan Peter Cayetano, Philippine Sports Commission, under Chairman Butch Ramirez, and the Philippine Olympic Committee had put it together and built it from the ground up. Now they’re ready to hang a big Welcome sign.

The Philippine hosting of the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games has all the trimmings of becoming the biggest and most remarkable edition of the 11-country sportsfest.

With 11,000 athletes expected to see action, the Games will feature 56 sports and 530 events in three main venues – Clark, Subic and Metro Manila – which is the most number of disciplines in the history of the Games.

New Clark City (NCC), the first major sports complex being built by the government since the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex in 1934, is the crowning jewel of the Games scheduled Nov. 30-Dec. 11.

Inside the NCC are the New Clark City Stadium, a 20,000-seat track and field oval certified as Class 1 facility by the standards of the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF), and the New Clark City Aquatic Center, which has a 10-lane, 50-meter competi*tion pool and seats 2,000 spectators.

The Aquatic Center, certified by the International Swimming Federation (FINA) as a Class 1 facility, will also have a platform dive pool and an eight-lane, 25-meter training pool.

Within the Clark Special Economic Zone, the NCC is a government land owned by the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA). Out of the 9,450 hectares, only 3,500 hectares are buildable, leaving 6,000 hectares or 60 percent of green and open spaces for upland farming and forest reserves.

Aside from the world-class venues, the NCC has to offer, 42 more competitions sites will be used for the Games.

Credit goes to the SM Mall of Asia, SM MOA Arena, SM Megamall, Filoil Flying V Center, Laus Group Events Center and Vermosa Sports Hub, to name a few, for their contribution for the success of the biennial meet that the Philippines will host for the fourth time.

Team Philippines brought the Games on home turf in 1981, 1991 and 2005, where Filipino athletes captured the overall title for the first time.

Among the new sports are arnis and E-sports, which will respond to the growing popularity of the discipline among the younger audience, not just in the Philippines but globally. E-sports, in particular, will offer six gold medals on various gaming platforms: PC, game console and mobile phone.

This year’s edition will have its opening ceremony at the 50,000-seat Philippine Arena in Bocaue, Bulacan, another first for the SEA Games since it will be held indoors.

Social media networks were abuzz with rumors of the involvement of international performers, but Games Organizers offered no comment.

National artist architect Francisco “Bobby” Mañosa designed the 30th Southeast Asian Games cauldron which will carry the flame throughout the duration of the Games. The cauldron was the last commissioned project of Mañosa before he passed away early this year.

Ryan Cayabyab, another national artist, is composing the theme song of the SEA Games.

“Our goal is to give the public a world-class sports spectacle,” said Ramon Suzara, chief operations officer of the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Committee or PHISGOC. “We are working with the best of the best in the sports industry, from national artists to world-renowned games partners of the Olympics, to elevate the standards of the Southeast Asian Games and showcase the best of the Philippines.”

“This is our opportunity to put the Philippines on the sports map,” he added.

‘We Win As One’

Coined as part of the theme of the Games, “We Win As One” captures the resilient community spirit of Filipinos, according to Suzara.

“The Southeast Asian Games is more than a sports competition. It is a gathering of different peoples and cultures with one common goal – to unite nations and peoples regardless of race, religion or beliefs. A successful Southeast Asian Games can only be because of the entire Southeast Asia community uniting as one, and winning as one,” he added.

Source: https://sports.mb.com.ph/2019/07/14/...oes-it-better/
Excited na ako makita yung design ng Cauldron
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nagkakagulo na sila. kasi hosting year. daming kaperahan. haha.

wag na po tayong maghost ng kahit ano next year onwards. napaghahalataan ang kasakiman ng mga namumuno. e ang tatanda na yan ang gagahaman pa, magretire na po kayo. wala naman kayong naidulot in the past 15 years. maliban sa pagmamaniubra sa 2005 SEAG.
TRUE. nawalan ako ng gana.
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Source: https://sports.mb.com.ph/2019/07/14/...oes-it-better/
"to elevate the standards of the Southeast Asian Games"

Excuse me Sir but the standards was set in SG2015 and KL2017, wag pangunahan ang pagsabi-sabi ng "the best SEA Games ever".
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I think mas minimal mas magandang design. like this.
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Vital Malacañang meeting up for PSC, Phisgoc


MANILA, Philippines–The Philippine Sports Commission and the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (Phisgoc) will meet in Malacañang to clarify President Rodrigo Duterte’s decision on the management of the country’s hosting of the biennial meet.

Among the concerns that will be raised, Inquirer sources said on Wednesday, will be what to do with a nervous private sector that has committed at least P250 million in sponsorships and who exactly will be in charge of the organization if the Phisgoc is effectively decommissioned.

“There is no transition plan yet,” said a government source. “Everything will depend on the meeting at Malacañang [on Thursday] because that’s when everything could be clarified.”

“Tomorrow’s meeting will be an important guidance for us. I am waiting for the direction of the President (Duterte),” said PSC Chair Butch Ramirez.

Expected to sit at the meeting are Executive Sec. Salvador Medialdea, Ramirez and Phisgoc officials Taguig Rep. Alan Peter Cayetano and chief operating officer Ramon Suzara.

President Duterte on Monday elbowed the Phisgoc out of the SEA Games organization picture, saying the PSC—as the government’s sporting arm responsible for the disbursement of funds—and the POC should handle preparations for the country’s hosting of the event.

But with just four months left before the SEA Games, a change of leadership and direction could prove counter-productive.

On Wednesday, Suzara said “all this talk about another body taking over the organization of the Games at this late period has not only caused apprehension among our athletes, but among our sponsors and private sector partners as well.”

(Disclosure: The Inquirer Group of Companies has signed up as an official media partner of the SEA Games).

The POC, meanwhile, continued a hands-off approach on the Phisgoc, with acting president Joey Romasanta saying the Olympic body has “nothing to do with Phisgoc,” and that the organization “was [created] without POC executive board approval.”

“Phisgoc has been existing without the recognition of the POC,” said Romasanta, a long-time right-hand man of former POC president Jose “Peping” Cojuangco, in a statement sent to media offices. “We only found out its existence in March. So it means that from July last year to March this year, they have been operating without board approval from the POC executive council.”

Suzara and Cayetano, however, have both claimed it was Cojuangco and Romasanta who suggested that the Phisgoc be incorporated.

President Duterte has hinted that corruption is the reason he suggested a change of leadership in the SEA Games organization, a charge Phisgoc hopes to clarify in the Malacañang meeting.

Suzara said Phisgoc “has complied with all the directives issued by President Duterte on the conduct of the biennial sports competition… and has put in place safeguards to ensure that finds for the event are all accounted for and properly spent.”

The SEA Games has a working budget of around P6 billion, and Suzara said that budget is under the control of the PSC.

“All government funds are duly accounted for, and are being disbursed in accordance with government procurement procedures performed either by the PSC or the Procurement Service of the Department of Budget and Management (DBM),” Suzara said in a statement.

https://sports.inquirer.net/357863/v...or-psc-phisgoc

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