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Radio host Mark Lopez mocks Senator Grace Poe on Facebook, calls her chairperson of the senate committee on public disservice? Read why!


Last week, Senator Grace Poe called DOTr Secretary Art Tugade an under-performer for failing to solve Metro Manila’s greatest conundrum – traffic.

On that note, she asked President Duterte to find a replacement for Sec. Tugade asap.

Of course, President Duterte stood by his classmate and friend Art Tugade and ignored the noise created by Sen. Poe’s on mainstream and social media.

Why? Because Senator Poe’s ground for requesting Tugade’s removal from his post was baseless.

Remember, the mandate of DOTr does not include traffic management.

Besides, the 73-year old Tugade is Duterte admin’s best performer, with many achievements tucked under his belt in the three years of his stint at the DOTr.

Less than a week later, the tables have turned and Senator Grace Poe is now under fire on social media, jeered at and called the chairperson of the senate committee on “public disservice.” In fairness to Lopez, he did not call Poe the chairperson of the senate committee on Public Disservice. But one thing is clear, he called her a PUBLIC DISSERVICE.

Yes! You read it right. Radio host and blogger Mark Lopez called Senator Grace Poe a PUBLIC DISSERVICE.

Was Lopez correct?

In a Facebook post published on 16 September 2019, Lopez presented his argument why he made such impertinent remark versus a highly popular senator who ranked as the 2nd highest among senatorial candidates in the 2019 senatorial election.

Lopez asked social media netizens if Poe has ever made a any recommendation or suggestion to fix the issue that the senate committee she served as the chairwoman have investigated?

Lopez recalled that Poe has been the chairwoman of the senate committee on public services since 2013 and fast forward 2019, Poe did not achieve anything. As in nada, zilch, wala, nothing.

You may read Mark Lopez’s original article below.


Si Grace Poe, 2013 pa lang Chairman na sya ng Committee on Public Services sa Senate.

2014, nag imbestiga ang committee nya dun sa naging bulilyaso sa MRT. Nag press release pa yan na sumakay sya ng MRT para personal na malaman ang problema ng mga commuter. Ano nangyari sa imbestigasyon?


2016, nagsabi na ang Duterte Admin na kelangan nila ng emergency powers para matugunan ang problema sa transportation at traffic sa mga pangunahing lungsod. Chairman pa din si Grace Poe ng Public Services. Nag patawag ng hearing yan. Nanghingi ng plano sa DOTr. Based sa records ng office ni Poe, at galing sa kanya mismo sa isang interview, nakapag comply ang DOTr sa hinihingi nya. Nakailang hearing. Ano nangyari?


2017, na approve ang isang traffic crisis bill sa House of Representatives, according kay Harry Roque. Tinanggi yan ni Grace Poe, at this time, ang gusto naman nya eh i certify na URGENT ni PRRD ang Emergency Powers Act. Ulitin natin ha, 2016 pa lang, umaapela na ang Duterte Admin, and a year after, kelangan daw i certify na urgent. Hindi pa ba obvious? So hearing ulet. Ano nangyari?


2018, February eh nag press release na naman si Grace Poe, AT SYA NA MISMO ANG NAGSABI NA KELANGAN NA NG EMERGENCY POWERS ni PRRD to solve the traffic and transport problem. Ano nangyari?


2019, eto na tayo ngayon at ano naman ang demand ni Grace Poe this time? Master plan naman daw. Walang katapusan na hearing at umabot na sa punto na pinersonal na si Secretary Art Tugade ng DOTR. 3 taon na mahigit ang Duterte Admin at umpisa pa lang alam na nila gagawin pero itong si Grace eh every year, iba iba ang hinihingi at kung ano ano ang ginagawa, pero ano suma tutal na nangyari?


Isa pang punto – sa nakaraang 3 taon na panay ang hearing ng kanyang committee, meron ba na kahit isa man lang naimbag si Grace Poe na recommendation, suggestion o panukala para sa pag ayos ng issue? Meron ba syang pinasa na recommendation o findings sa DOTr, or meron ba syang naipasa na batas other than the EP issue na makakatulong sa problema ng traffic at transportation?


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Source: Mark Lopez

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