Idolizes PRRD, Mayor Isko strictly imposes liquor ban

Idolizes PRRD, Mayor Isko strictly imposes liquor ban

Davao city implements it, and it has given the city the benefits it was expecting, why not do the same for the nation’s capital?

Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso in signing the executive order mandating the strict implementation of city ordinances prohibiting the establishments near schools from selling liquor, is lifting another great idea from the Duterte’s playbook in Davao city.

Executive Order No. 17 mandates the Bureau of Permits and License Offce (BPLO), City Treasurer’s Office as well as business establishments to strictly observe these ordinances.
Manila Mayor Isko Moreno and President Duterte (photo credit to owner)

The executive order signed by Domagoso noted that some malls, bars, restaurants have “flagrantly violated” Ordinance No. 3532 and Ordinance No. 8520 in the City of Manila.
Ordinance No. 3532 prohibits the sale of intoxicating liquor in establishments located within 200 meters of schools.
Ordinance No. 8520, meanwhile, prohibits the sale of liquor or any alcoholic beverage to minors in any store, mall, bar, restaurant, eatery or any commercial establishment in Manila.

“Such violations of said city ordinances affect the physical and moral well-being of the Manilenos in general, and the youths and students, in particular, prompting for the strict implementation of said ordinances and imposing the penalties provided therefore,” the executive order read.
The order stated that violators would be subjected to administrative and criminal charges, fines, and revocation of permits and licenses issued by the local government.
The executive order shall take effect immediately upon its issuance.

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