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Friday, July 29, 2016

WHAT AND WHO ARE THE PEOPLE THAT CAN BE REPORTED IN PRESIDENT DUTERTE'S HOTLINE #8888



WHAT AND WHO ARE THE PEOPLE THAT CAN BE REPORTED IN PRESIDENT DUTERTE'S HOTLINE #8888?




Sinu-sino nga ba at anu-ano ang pwedeng ireklamo sa #8888?

Starting August 1,Emergency Hotline 911 and 8888 will be active for public use nationwide.For the meantime,the telephone companies will charge additional Php5.00 aside from the regular call rates if you will call the said hotlines.NTC is also finding ways to render hotline services for free pretty soon.
National complaints hotline 8888 (formerly 16565) is handling  complaints like:
Dealing or conspiracy with fixers 



-Non-observance of the "no noon break" policy 
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Absence or lack of personnel on public assistance or complaint desks



Lack of "Special Lane" for senior citizens,pregnant women or persons with disability (PWDs)




Non-Issuance of Official Receipts


In general,this hotline is dedicated to monitor the performances and behavior of public officials. Its original purpose is to give access to the people to file their feedbacks or complaints against civil servants allegedly not rendering the good services that they vowed to uphold.

Emergency hotline 911 will handle emergency calls and concerns that need immediate and quick response.Modelled after the Davao City Central 911,its main concern is to bring speedy and precise services for those who are in need in a snap.


With these hotline numbers,Filipinos will have instant access to the services and help in times of need.On the other hand,the government can also monitor how public servants , paid by the taxpayers, perform their duties well and give them the appropriate rewards or reprimands based on their performance.
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Dominador Say, undersecretary of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), said that talks are underway with Chinese embassy officials on this possibility. China’s five major cities, including Beijing, Shanghai and Xiamen will soon be the destination for Filipino domestic workers who are seeking higher income.
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