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Report Legitimate Concerns on How the Government Uses People’s Funds at perangbayan.com

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In line to its mission to be more transparent on how the money of the Filipino people are used and also to be more vigilant against corruption, the Department of Finance launches a website that will provide a feedback mechanisms directly from the citizens. The website is www.perangbayan.com . The name if translated to English is close to “Money of the People”.

The website uses social networking strategy to gather the information about graft, improper action, negligence, lavish lifestyle and other illegal practices that involves the Department of Finance and other government agencies attached to it like the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) and Bureau of Customs (BOC). Aside from reporting negative incidents, citizens are also urged to report positive actions from these agencies.

To know more about the website and how reporting is done, visit the website at www.perangbayan.com .
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  1. Paki imbestigahan po ang ginawa ng SBMA Government sa Subic na nag approved ng LUMPSUM RENT/LEASE SCHEME sa karamihan ng mga Locators nila. Sa biglaang bayad na renta na katumbas lang ng 4 or 5 taon (at Current Lease Rate) eh bayad na agad ng 50 YRS NA RENTA ang isang Locator. Sobrang Lugi po ang estado ng Pilipinas sa ginawa nilang deal na ito last year or bago mag National Elections. Nagtitiwala po na bubusisiin ito ng National Gov't.

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  2. Hi! You can direct your complaints at www.perangbayan.com

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