Order to suspend Yap as Bohol governor for 90 days handed over

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TAGBILARAN CITY—The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) on Tuesday, Nov. 19,served an order on Bohol Gov. Arthur Yap suspending him for 90 days for alleged involvement in a scam involving pork barrel, or the now notorious Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF).

 

The order was received for Yap by his provincial administrator, Kathyrin Pioquinto, past 3 p.m. Copies were furnished the provincial government’s human resources office and the office of the Vice Governor, who would take over in Yap’s absence.

 

Rene Relampagos, vice governor, would be acting governor.

 

Yap has been charged at the Ombudsman with misusing the pork funds of M…

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