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DOLE to report on scandal

Department of Labor and Employment Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz yesterday said she and other agency officials will appear in the Senate and the House of Representatives for their conduct of a separate investigation.

This is to explain DOLE’s side and the progress of the investigation on the alleged 'sex-for-flight' in the Middle East,

"We are aware that the Congress is poised to conduct an investigation, in aid of legislation, on the controversy. We are ready to appear before our elected legislators and answer their questions," Baldoz said.

She  also promised that if the three organic personnel involved in the scandal are called by Congress to face its investigation, she will make them readily available.

She also said  the DOLE investigating team for the “sex for flight” issue has 'nearly finished'  its work and ready to submit its report.

"The three organic DOLE personnel who have been required to comment have submitted their comments on the allegations," she said.*PNA


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