No dis­missal or­der yet for Que­zon town vice mayor

Palawan News - - TOWNS - By Aira Ge­nesa Mag­dayao Re­porter

The lo­cal of­fice of the Civil Ser­vice Com­mis­sion (CSC) has not yet re­ceived a copy of the dis­missal or­der for Que­zon mu­nic­i­pal­ity Vice Mayor Eu­gene Ayod. “I have yet to re­ceive the copy. Gusto ko muna mabasa kung ano ang nakala­gay sa or­der,” Marissa Barba, CSC pro­vin­cial di­rec­tor told Palawan News in a text mes­sage. Since news of Ayod’s dis­miss- al broke out on Septem­ber 18 for se­ri­ous dis­hon­esty and grave mis­con­duct, the lo­cal CSC main­tains it has not re­ceived its copy to im­ple­ment. The five-page de­ci­sion against Ayod was signed by Ali­cia dela Rosa-Bala and con­curred by Com­mis­sioner Leopoldo Roberto Valderosa Jr., and at­tested by Dolores Boni­fa­cio, di­rec­tor IV Com­mis­sion Sec­re­tariat and Li­ai­son Of­fice. It said Ayod was or­dered dis­missed for a November 17, 2004, case when she was the Que­zon town trea­surer. or­der to be pro­moted to a per­ma­nent po­si­tion from be­ing an as­sis­tant mu­nic­i­pal trea­surer to trea­surer, Ayod al­legedly cheated in the 1997 when she had some­one take the civil ser­vice el­i­gi­bil­ity exam for her. Ayod sub­mit­ted a per­sonal data sheet (PDS) dated June 16, 2004, in­di­cat­ing she had passed the Ca­reer Ser­vice Pro­fes­sional Ex­am­i­na­tion (CSPE) con­ducted on Fe­bru­ary 16, 1997, with a rat­ing of 82.16 per­cent, the CSC or­der said. How­ever, upon ver­i­fi­ca­tion of the pic­ture of the ex­am­i­nee on record in the Pic­ture Seat Plan (PSP), the one who took the ex­am­i­na­tion was a male. The CSC or­der said Ayod’s PDS did not match the record of the male ex­am­i­nee when the ex­am­i­na­tion was held “Thus, it was ob­vi­ous that Ayod caused an­other per­son to take the Fe­bru­ary 16, 1997, CSPE in Puerto Princesa City, for and on her be­half,” a copy of the CSC or­der ob­tained by Palawan News said. In a re­cent in­ter­view, Ayod’s kin said they are taking the case se­ri­ously, they also strongly be­lieve it was po­lit­i­cally mo­ti­vated. “Paulit-ulit na lang ang is­sue na ‘ yan. Alam niyo na­man ang poli­tika, [at] malakas kasi dito si mama at mag­pa­pare-elect siya. Kaya sabi sa amin ng abo­gado, ‘wag na magsalita about dyan kasi malalim na us­apin na ‘yan at ba­lik-ba­lik na lang,” Ayod’s son Leonard Vin­cent, barangay chair­man of Al­fonso Trese, said.

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