Mala­cañang of­fers new com­pro­mise deal on Malam­paya

Palawan News - - PROVINCE -

Re­s­plen­dor Padilla Mag­gay - Why should there be a "com­pro­mise deal" when there was an orig­i­nal deal be­tween the na­tional gov't, the oil com­pany, and the province of Palawan rep­re­sented by then Speaker of the House Ramon Mi­tra and Gov­er­nor Sal­vador Socrates. The cur­rent govern­ment of Palawan should look into this and as­sert Palawan's right to its proper share of one half per one cen­tavo earned by the oil wells and gas pipe­line. Dpe Gold­wings - Malam­paya fund share for Palawan was al­ready spent by the cor­rupt politi­cians of the province. And th­ese politi­cians are still be­ing voted by the peo­ple in Palawan. The rest for the Na­tional gov’t was al­ready spent by GMA. The re­main­ing re­serve of Malam­paya is less than 7 years. The power plants in Batan­gas us­ing the nat­u­ral gas is al­ready con­vert­ing to an­other im­ported fuel be­cause the sup­ply of Malam­paya is al­ready low. This is a good of­fer from the gov’t due to the power short­age in the whole province with no so­lu­tion from the Napocor.

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