Capitol tightens security for inauguration
CAPITOL security is tightened today for the inauguration and oath taking of the newly-elected provincial officials lead by Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson and Vice Governor Jeffrey Ferrer in front of the Provincial Capitol Building.
Venchito Magalona, head of Capitol Security revealed that the South Capitol Road will serve as the main entrance for all the guests and it would be the loading and unloading area while the South Capitol Road will serve as the parking area and at the front Capitol Hostel.
Magalona said that invitations were given to guests who will be allowed inside the venue.
He said that the South Capitol Road will be closed to traffic starting 9:00 a.m. today per permit they acquired from the Bacolod Traffic Authority Office.
Anti- coal rally to usher Inaugurals.
Magalona said that if there should be rallyists, they will be dealt with maximum tolerance.
An anti-coal 'silent rally' at the Capitol Lagoon Park will greet the inauguration today.
Junjun Mojica, one of the organizers of the rally said Coal-free Negros and Youth for Climate Hope will be the lead group in today's mass action that will protest the proposed 300 megawatt coal-fired power plant in San Carlos City.*