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Chatto thanks people’s trust, vows continuity

Chatto thanks people’s trust, vows continuity

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Chatto thanks people’s trust, vows continuity

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Gov. Edgar Chatto has thanked in his campaign sorties the Boholanos for strongly believing in his work and reaffirming their trust in his leadership while asserting to continue what competence and good governance have proven.

In different areas of governance, Boholanos gave his administration with Vice Gov. Concepcion Lim even more convincing performance grades up to 22% higher than their ratings last year.

Three-quarters (76%) of the Boholanos were satisfied with the provincial government effort promoting tourism, resulting in 22-point higher net performance satisfaction rating than in 2015, according to the recent Bohol Poll 2016.

Protecting the environment earned additional net 14 points as 63% of the Boholanos got satisfied with the government’s work in this field, the same survey conducted by the Holy Name University – Research Center (HNU-RC) said.

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The provincial government also hauled net satisfaction ratings of +28 from last year survey’s +15 in providing livelihood opportunities and employment and +23 from +11 in supporting the promotion of agriculture.

Boholanos further rated higher than in last survey their satisfaction with capitol’s performances in promoting investments, ensuring adequate food supply, protecting life and property, and controlling graft and corruption.

On how they foresaw their lives 12 months from now, the Boholanos, across variables, gave “high net optimism” to get better.

“Only few agreed” to this survey-given statement, “Adunay miingon nga wala na gyoy paglaum ang Bohol. Kung mahimo lang molangyaw ko sa laing lugar.”

‘MUCH TRUST’ IN THE POLICE

Even sustaining peace and order is gaining higher confidence from the people so that “close to half” of the Boholanos now have “much trust” in the Bohol PNP and been “satisfied” with its fight against illegal drugs.

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Around P66 million worth of shabu has been seized by the PNP, NBI and PDEA in intensified operations netting over 1,100 illegal drug elements since August in 2013 when Police Provincial Director Dennis Agustin took command of Camp Dagohoy.

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Of the nominees for new chief of the Bohol PNP in 2013, Agustin was chosen by the governor after the former presented and assured the latter of a “truly combative” anti-drug plan, provincial Administrator Alfonso Damalerio II recalled.

Sources from law enforcement agencies said Bohol under Chatto has since launched a truly serious war against the illegal drug proliferation, a grave social concern and a crime that begets more crimes appearing just neglected in the past.

“Majority” of the Boholanos were also “satisfied” with the police performance in curbing other forms of criminality, the survey said.

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HUMILITY IN GOOD SERVICE

While humbled by his “selfless servant leadership,” Chatto likewise thanked the Boholanos for rating number one his office among the “top government offices” in term of “most” satisfying services.

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The Bohol Poll 2016 named the other leading offices where Boholanos were “most satisfied” as the City Treasurer’s Office, Carmen Registrar’s Office, Anda COMELEC Office, City Registrar’s Office, Alburquerque Treasurer’s Office and Dauis Senior Citizen’s Office.

Boholanos gave the governor high trust rating of 86% and separate 84% voters’ preference rating while his opponent only got 10% as the survey even predicted a landslide victory for the Chatto-Lim tandem.

The survey result impressed many who thought it likewise effectively indicated that the people did dump the lavish vile black propaganda against the governor and that “slut campaign only validates political lust.”

Opponents and their highly-paid smear campaigners on radio have, by gravest lie, ridiculed Chatto  as “Governor Shabu” and his walking defect (because of childhood polio) to be the “lame effect of shabu overdose.” (Ven rebo Arigo)

 

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