JUST IN: Mar Roxas, Dinky Soliman to Face Proposed Senate Hearing to be chaired by Gordon on Alleged Misuse of Yolanda Funds
Super Typhoon Yolanda (Typhoon Haiyan) made its landfall on November 8, 2013, and has been named as one of the most grounded tropical storms in the nation. In light of authority records, the loss of life is 6,340 however over a thousand people disappeared. This is in spite of the way that the PNoy organization said it has made a few arrangements for such catastrophe.
Evidently, there have been charges of carelessness with respect to then-DILG Secretary Mar Roxas and afterward DSWD Secretary Dinky Soliman. There were additionally reports of expired and spoiled relief goods that were not disseminated to the Yolanda casualties, and allegations of abuse of assets, particularly the help and donations from different nations.
Also, in light of the fact that there is currently an exceptionally solid require a Senate test on Yolanda assets and relief goods, Senate Blue Ribbon Committee seat Senator Richard "Dick" Gordon has arrangements to direct a hearing at the earliest opportunity. At the point when inquired as to whether Roxas and Soliman will be welcome to go to, Sen. Gordon said, “Definitely, yes. And they should come.”