Finish all projects under my term - PRRD to Cabinet execs

Finish all projects under my term - PRRD to Cabinet execs




President Rodrigo Roa Duterte has all the plans to make a change in the country, he knew the things he needed to do before he ran for the presidency in 2016, with the help of his trusted cabinet officials he wants it all project finished as much as possible before he steps down in 2022.

In a speech in Pigcawayan, North Cotabato the Chief Executive told his Cabinet to avoid pursuing projects that cannot be done in his remaining years in office.



Unfortunately though, two years na lang ako. Pero gawin ko. Sabi ko sa lahat ng secretary ng mga departamento (I only have two years left. But I will do my job. I told all department secretaries, ‘Do not go into projects which you cannot finish within the two-year time left for me in office,’” Duterte said.
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte
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Gusto ko, kagaya nung mayor ako. Lahat ng projects ko calibrated in the sense na pagdating ng panahon, pag-alis ko sa opisina malinis lahat (I want it done, just like what happened when I was mayor. All my projects were calibrated in the sense that when I vacate the office, everything was done),” he added.
President Duterte has also repeatedly vowed to cut red tape, which has bred corruption throughout the government.
The Chief Executive has persistently ordered all state agencies to simplify procedures and fast-track public transactions to make it easier for the public to do business with government.


Around PHP9 trillion has been earmarked by the Duterte administration for the implementation of some 100 key infrastructure projects and over 10,000 small infrastructure projects under the “Build, Build, Build” program.
As per government records, around 38 out of the revised list of 100 flagship infrastructure projects would be completed by 2022, while 22 are “partially operational or substantially completed” and the remaining 40 would be done “beyond 2022.”





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