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Who is the board president of the Central Negros Electric Cooperative now?

Director Edward Gasambelo said yesterday lawyer Vicente Sabornay was ousted as president yesterday after majority of the directors slapped a 30-day preventive suspension order on him, and OIC general manager Erlo Sajo.

Gasambelo said he was installed as president in a board meeting yesterday morning, and he, along with directors Roberto Montelibano and Luis Cuenca, voted to suspend Sabornay for supposedly committing an act of disloyalty.moremoremore

Gov’t center to
finally get power


The Central Negros Electric Cooperative accepted yesterday the payment of the Bacolod City government for the installation of a permanent electric meter at its new Government Center, City Administrator Roger Balo said yesterday.

This means that the government center will already be energized, Balo said.

He said the government center may be supplied electric power on Monday after CENECO installs the electric meter today. The electrical engineers of Hilmarc’s Construction Corp. are arriving on Monday since CENECO requested for their presence, he added.moremoremore

Focus RoR protest
on House – Zubiri
Zubiri in Bacolod yesterday*

Senate Majority Leader  Juan Miguel Zubiri yesterday told the media to focus their protest against the Right of Reply bill on the House of Representatives.

That is because the bill authored by Bacolod Rep. Monico Puentevella in the House has yet to pass second and third reading, Zubiri, who was in Bacolod City, said.

The Senate version authored by Senator Aquilino Pimentel has already passed third reading and it can only be stopped if the House version does not move, or through a veto by the President, Zubiri said.moremoremore

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