Nat’l ID can help curb terrorism - Malacanang

Nat’l ID can help curb terrorism - Malacanang

The long delayed national ID card was one of the “if” factor during this pandemic period in our history.
Social services and contract tracing during these time of COVID-19 pandemic would have made government efforts much more easier and efficient.

The national ID would also benefit the country in terms of putting the threat of terrorism in check.

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque in one of his virtual pressers said the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys) or national ID system would help prevent identity theft that would make it more difficult to commit crimes and acts of terrorism.

“Malaki po maitutulong niyan. In fact, kailangan natin ng ID system hindi lamang sa laban sa terorismo dahil malalaman na natin kung ang tunay na identity ng isang tao, maiiwasan na po yung mga fake identity (It would be a big help. In fact, we need the ID system not just to fight terrorism but also to find out the real identity of a person to prevent the proliferation of fake identities),” Roque said.
Having a data base for all Filipinos would really make the efforts of the government in times of the distribution of aid in times of calamities or even during this epidemic.

“Nakakatulong din ang national ID system sa pag-distribute ng ayuda para wala nang double beneficiaries (The national ID system can also help in the distribution of aid to ensure there are no double beneficiaries),” Roque said.
He reveals that the implementation of the PhilSys is a priority of President Duterte.
The President is of the belief that there would be no more delays in the identification and distribution of financial assistance to poor Filipino households once PhilSys is fully activated.

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