LTO executive director Romeo Vera Cruz said initial findings by a probe team said Nakpil have failed to implement proper procedures in processing the issuance of student’s permit, non-professional and professional driver’s license
Lawyer Ariel Inton jr., founder of Lawyers for Commuters Safety and Protection (LCSP), said this policy had been suspended several times by the Department of Transportation and Department of Public Works and Highways and it’s about time to implement it.
Khevin Yu, campaigner of Greenpeace Philippines, said, “The good ranking of Philippine cities in the global report is not a cause for celebration, as we have the least average number of monitoring stations per city in the region. In fact, the report highlights the urgent need for more comprehensive, governmental, real-time monitoring networks for the public to fully understand the state of air quality in the Philippines.”
In the official report submitted by PNP-Tarlac to the Office of Assistant Secretary and LTO Chief Edgar Galvante, the three were identified as Laudemer Semarang Mondero, of Apsayan, Gerona, Tarlac, Noel Pascual of Partida, Guimba, Nueva Ecija, and Mary Grace De Guzman Garcia.