MJ Reyes wants answers from COA: Naibalik na ba ang mga P10-B unliquidated advances of De Lima, Roxas, & others before 2016 election?

Staunch Duterte supporter and international commodities trader MJ Quiambao Reyes just put the Commission on Audit in a hot spot after President Duterte brought up the unliquidated advances of some members of PNoy’s Cabinet during his “Talk To People” public briefing.

By the way, Reyes posted about this 6 days ago.

Naibalik na ba ang mga unliquidated advances (as of Feb 2016, few months before the election)? Reyes asked.

Reyes clarified that she is posting this not to justify corruption and/or future misdeeds but she appealed to COA to refrain from being selective.

Let me be very clear though: My post was not to justify present corruption and/or future misdeeds. Ang sa akin lang, wag selective at wag ningas cogon. Ang lahat ng nangurakot, nagsamantala, at nagpabaya sa pampublikong pondo, noon at ngayon, dapat managot.

Here’s what President Duterte said yesterday.

According to President Duterte, the COA had a audit findings of the previous administration. DOJ under De Lima had an unliquidated P61.7.44-M worth of cash advances in the year 2013.

DILG had an unliquidated P7-B worth of fund transfers to various projects implemented under the term of former DIOLG Sec. Mar Roxas as of Dec. 31, 2014. [Link here]

President Duterte stressed that unliquidated cash advances means the money was “kinuha”.

Comelec, DepEd, DILG, DND, DOJ, DSWD, DA, and others had a total of P10,000,014,000 cash advances.

President Duterte said he was doing this in order for the people to know who really are the thieves.

Here’s how netizens react to Reyes’ FB post.

At least sa ngayon may nakitang napuntahan ng budget. Kung meron mang nakurakot doon na yon sa grassroots level. Kahit ilang beses pang sabihin ni PRRD na huwag mangurakot and setting an example kung ang mga tauhan sa baba ay mga kurakot talaga ano magawa niya? Di nga sinunod ang kautusan ng Diyos na huwag magnakaw, si PRRD pa kaya? At least he sets an example of a clean government. And you’re right COA should be consistent and unbias in doing their job and not be beholden by any person or political party. KUDOS to those COA employees who are maintaining their honesty and integrity in fulfilling their job. I knew a few of them, a netizen literally nodding to every point raised by Reyes in the brief FB post.

This netizen raised the possibility that the area COA Auditor must have looked the other way around and accepted the Disbursement Report of corrupt government officials, politicians albeit fake procurement receipts out of fear?

Hindi kaya pinapalusot ng COA Auditor sa area na yan ang Disbursement Report ng mga magnanakaw maski puro FAKE ang mga Procurement Receipts and/or non-existing Projects maski isang kapirasong pako? Mayaman at asensado na sana ang Pilipinas at hindi na lubog sa utang kung lahat ng mga COA ay may bayag, hindi matakot sa mga politicians at mga non-elected government officials, at huag turuan o doktoren ang mga buwaya kung papaano maging kunwari totoo ang mga JUSTIFICATIONS.Bakit nila ginagawa ito?Paki check nga ang mga Bank Accounts ng mga immediate families nila from here and abroad? Ma-trace naman siguro kung saan ang source ng kanilang deposits. Sa salary lang ba o sa business sales lang?Ang COA ang ugat lahat ng Corruption dahil sa connivance sa kapwa nila magnanakaw.Ang solution ay kung papaano magkaroon ng takot magnakaw na COA workers.

Hinamon nila ang tga Probinsiya…akala cguro nila aatrasan sila ni Tatay Digs…They are wrong! An Eye for An Eye..cg nga…para to sa mga asungot sa COA😂😂😂😂 said another netizen.

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Source: MJ Quiambao Reyes

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