THE PRO­HI­BI­TIONS DUR­ING STO. NIÑO RIT­U­ALS AND SIN­U­LOG FES­TI­VAL

NO BACK­PACKS, NO SELF­IES, NO PHONE SIG­NALS ON TWO DAYS, NO V.I.P. TREAT­MENT OF POLITI­CIANS BUT THEY ARE NOT BANNED.

Sun.Star Cebu - - TOP OF THE WEEK -

But, sur­prise, no men­tion about drink­ing on the streets, which they re­peat­edly harped on in past Sto. Niño/Sin­u­log cel­e­bra­tions.

TER­ROR IN­CI­DENTS? GOD, FOR­BID. Cebu City Mayor To­mas Os­meña holds him­self re­spon­si­ble for the safety of devo­tees, rev­el­ers and plain cu­rios­ity-seek­ers, na­tives, or vis­i­tors. There has been no bomb­ing for the past 30 years, he said. Po­lice chief Roy­ina Garma, who should be say­ing what Os­meña prom­ises, only says they have fielded enough troops to keep the peace and re­spond to any dis­rup­tion. Pit Senyor!

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