Spanish club Malaga CF have suspended their head coach Victor Sanchez after an x-rated video featuring the 43-year-old emerged online.“Cuesta arriba no te rindas, cuesta abajo no te confíes” #MontesDeMálaga #EntrenamientoPersonal #PedaleaYCrece#AprendiendoEnBicicleta #Orbea #OrbeaOrca #MyOrbea pic.twitter.com/3DZlJeufjr— Víctor SánchezDelAmo (@Victor_SDA) October 31, 2019 “Sharing or disseminating an intimate content of any person without consent is also a crime either through social networks or messages or in any other way. The footage in question involved the former Real Madrid and Deportivo midfielder ‘exposing his penis to camera while wearing a Malaga-branded t-shirt’, according to reports.Sanchez, who took over the Spanish second-tier side in April, has since claimed he was blackmailed over the video. Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without Recharging5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?8 Weird Facts About Coffee That Will Surprise YouThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World8 Addictive And Fun Coffee Facts FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… “We will disclose further information once the facts have been clarified.” “Thank you for your understanding and support.”MCFNews| COMUNICADO OFICIAL https://t.co/jueAjFANP8#Entidad pic.twitter.com/0aqtsMcljl— Málaga CF (@MalagaCF) January 7, 2020Read Also:Barcelona won’t let Chilean star join Inter MilanMalaga CF have also released a statement, confirming that Sanchez has been suspended from his duties until “a fill investigation is carried out.”“In relation to the events that have recently been discovered, and which have not as yet been verified, Malaga CF immediately suspends coach Victor Sanchez del Amo from his duties until a full investigation is carried out.” they said. The former Real Madrid player took to Twitter to release a statement regarding the incident. “The matter is in the hands of the police and I entrust myself to follow their instructions. “I am being subjected to a crime against my privacy with harassment and extortion,” he said.
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Meanwhile, the local chief executive urged the residents to plant vegetables and fruit trees as these could result to better yield compared to sugar cane. Moises Padilla Mayor Ella Celestina Garcia-Yulo conveyed her optimism towards the support of the national government in providing the basic services and filling the gaps in this third class municipality. Garcia-Yulo likewise hoped to partner with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority TESDA and the Department of Agriculture for the conduct of agriculture-related seminars./PN She added that producing vegetables and fruits is cheaper than that of the sugar cane which entailed huge capital for its trucking and production services. To note, Moises Padilla is a third class municipality belonging to Negros Occidental’s fifth district. “We are banking on with the NGAs because they have huge funds. I believe, that we in Moises Padilla, must be prioritized because of the GIDAs,” Garcia-Yulo said in vernacular language. Labeled as a “red alert” and poverty-stricken area, the town also lacked basic social services such as road, water, and rural health physician and facilities, according to the lady Mayor. BACOLOD City – The local government of Moises Padilla in Negros Occidental is banking on the support of the government that will bring further development to the town. In an interview with the media, Garcia-Yulo cited that help from the national government agencies (NGAs) is crucial especially to those municipalities identified under the Geographically Isolated and Disadvantaged Areas (GIDAs).
BACOLOD City – A senior citizen washacked to death in Barangay Asia, Hinoba-an, Negros Occidental. The 60-year-old Vivincio Responte ofBarangay Alim, Hinoba-an died of hack wounds on the body, a police reportshowed. Walog tried to evade arrest but failedwhen barangay officials caught him. He was detained in the lockup facilityof the Hinoba-an municipal police station./PN According to police investigators,Walog was drunk when he hacked Responte around 1:30 a.m. on Jan. 1. But themotive in the incident was not immediately established. Police identified the suspect as30-year-old resident Arnel Walog.
The ERC Inspection Team also verifiedMORE Power’s readiness and capability in the aspects of development, operationand maintenance of distribution systems. An electricity consumer in Iloilo City visits MORE Electric and Power Corp.’s Customer Services Office on General Luna Street to start the processing of her electrical connection. The city’s new power distributor assures all consumers of much easier and less cumbersome requirements. Getting electricity should not be complicated, it stresses. The Commission issued the PA “toprotect consumers’ interest by ensuring uninterrupted electric service…andprevent chaos and confusion…as to who is authorized to operate the distributionsystem in the area.” “It is clear that MORE (Power) is thebona fide and legitimate distribution utility in Iloilo City. As such, (it) isauthorized to implement the last approved distribution charges for Iloiloconsumers,” said ERC chief Agnes Devanadera. PECO’s franchises expired on Jan. 19,2019 yet. MORE Power submitted to the ERC a Writof Possession dated Feb. 27, 2020 issued by the Regional Trial Court, Branch 23authorizing it to take possession of certain properties of PECO in connectionwith the latter’s business of electric power distribution. Furthermore, it submitted to the ERC acopy of the Sheriff’s Return dated March 2, 2020 to inform the latter that theWrit of Possession has been duly served and fully implemented. ILOILO City – To dispel yet again theconfusion as to which company is the legitimate power distributor here, the EnergyRegulatory Commission (ERC) announced in its official website and social mediaaccounts the granting of a provisional Certificate of Public Convenience andNecessity (CPCN) to MORE Electric and Power Corp. (MORE). The ERC, through its technicalpersonnel, conducted an ocular inspection on March 3 and 4 to verify the actualstatus of the distribution network and determine which company is actuallyoperating the said system. “The grant of the PA to MORE (Power) haseffectively revoked the provisional Certificate of Public Convenience andNecessity that ERC granted to Panay Electric Co. (PECO), the former electricpower franchisee in Iloilo City,” according to the ERC announcement. ERC reiterated that in its letterdated March 5, 2020 it issued a Provisional Authority (PA) to MORE Power, authorizingthe latter to operate the electricity distribution network in Iloilo City. President Rodrigo Duterte signed MOREPower’s franchise on Feb. 14, 2019. The new power distributor committed toimprove the power distribution system reliability and minimize franchise-wideoutages. The announcement could be read at thislink: https://www.erc.gov.ph/ContentPage/61945 On the basis of the Inspection Reportsubmitted by the Inspection Team, it was confirmed that MORE Power had gainedfull possession and control of five substations, had prepared for all otheraspects related to electricity distribution, and had Power Supply Contracts inplace with four power suppliers that would ensure continuous supply ofelectricity in the franchise area. It also assured consumers of lowerpower rates./PN
BACOLOD City – The City of Sagay inNegros Occidental has prohibited students from going to internet cafes andsimilar establishments in line with the suspension of classes in all levels inthe city amid the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) threat. According to the city’s public healthadvisory, most of the identified PUMs and PUIs arrived in Negros Occidentalafter the community quarantine was enforced in Metro Manila last week.(With a report from PNA/PN) As of 5 p.m. on March 18, Sagay Cityrecorded a total of 303 persons under monitoring (PUMs) and two patients underinvestigation (PUIs). “The local government unit is doing itsbest to monitor the people coming in and going out of the city, ” Marañonsaid. The new order includes the supplementalguidelines on the suspension of classes in all levels in both private andpublic schools in the city, as stated in EO 11 issued by the mayor on March 16. Marañon directed the Business Permit andLicensing Office and the Economic Enterprise and Management Office, along withthe police and other enforcement units, to inform all Internet shops andcomputer establishments to strictly enforce the order. Meanwhile, he urged all Sagaynons whohave traveled outside of this province to subject themselves to home quarantineand follow safety procedures to help ensure that the city is free of COVID-19. “No students shall be allowed in anyInternet café or computer shops during the relevant period of classsuspension,” Mayor Alfredo Marañon III said in his Executive Order (EO) 12,series of 2020 released March 18. He said reports that have reached hisoffice “seem to indicate that students are taking undue advantage of thesuspension of classes as an opportunity to flock to Internet cafés, computershops and the like, thus, defeating the noble purpose of the order.”
“We would like to clarify that DOHhas never issued any order to stop the census or reporting of deaths, or anycase related to COVID-19 to any health facility,” Duque said in astatement. The DOOH chief also said the DOH isclosely coordinating with the Department of the Interior and Local Government,as well as local government units to ensure that guidelines are followed. “Pasig City and Quezon City havealready designated crematoriums to address this matter, we encourage otherlocal government units to do the same,” he said. “The DOH urged the publicto exercise discretion when sharing information and to verify first throughDOH’s official channels and legitimate sources.” Duque added all hospitals and healthfacilities are mandated to report on admissions and other updates regardingCOVID-19 but vowed to still look on the allegations. DOH secretary Francisco Duque III beliedthe allegations that a hospital based in Metro Manila was “instructed tostop counting COVID-19 deaths” as posted by GMA 7 news anchor ArnoldClavio on his social media account on Saturday. The COVID-19 death toll in the countryhas risen to 247 after the DOH confirmed on Saturday that 26 more people havesuccumbed to the viral disease. There are now 4,428 confirmed COVID-19 cases inthe country, while 157 have recovered./PN MANILA – The Department of Health (DOH)clarified it has never ordered hospitals to conceal the number of patients whohave died due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the country.
* legislative franchise “PECO does not have a legislative franchise and CPCN to continue legally operating,” Treñas pointed out. His Executive Order No. 71 on such was served yesterday by the Business Permits and Licensing Office (BPLO) to PECO’s business office on General Luna Street. The BPLO personnel who served to PECO the executive order was assisted by the Public Safety and Transportation Management Office and Iloilo City Police Office. Congress instead granted the franchise to new power distribution utility MORE Electric and Power Corp. (MORE Power). President Rodrigo Duterte signed the franchise law (Republic Act 11212) on Feb. 14, 2019. Such denial of PECO’s motions, according to Judge Emerald K. Requina-Contreras, aimed to “avoid any further confusion” among consumers as to which entity is now the rightful power distribution utility in Iloilo City. The order, dated May 8, was “effective immediately.” ILOILO City – Mayor Jerry Treñas has revoked the business permit of Panay Electric Co. (PECO). “I understand that there are still legal remedies being undertaken by PECO, but until then, the court leaves it to the ERC the matters which is no longer within the ambit of the court’s jurisdiction. The court recognizes the Energy Regulatory Commission as the lone quasi-judicial entity which has the sole jurisdiction over the operation of electric distribution utilities,” stressed Contreras. In making the ruling, Contreras cited the ERC decision (March 5, 2020) to revoke PECO’s CPCN and instead grant a provisional authority to MORE Power to operate a power distribution network. Its five sub-transmission line substations in as many districts (in Barangay Baldoza, La Paz; Barangay Tabuc Suba, Jaro; Barangay Bolilao, Mandurriao; Barangay Avanceña, Molo;, and General Luna Street, City Proper) were taken over by MORE Power on Feb. 28 this year. In another blow to PECO, the Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 23 hearing the expropriation case that MORE Power filed against PECO denied PECO’s motions questioning MORE Power’s takeover of the latter’s power distribution assets. In this city, a private power distribution utility is required to have the following: PECO’s CPCN was also revoked by ERC. The Commission instead granted it to MORE Power. * Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN) issued by the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) pursuant to Republic Act No. 9136 (Electric Power Industry Reform Act of 2001) PECO was established in 1923 and served the consumers of Iloilo City for 96 years. In recent years, PECO was besieged with complaints from consumers such as erroneous billing, poor customer relations, high rates, and frequent brownouts./PN PECO’s franchise expired on Jan. 19, 2019 and it failed to secure an extension or a new one from Congress.
The respondents would also be facing administrative charges before the Office of the Ombudsman, he added. CIDG Region 6 discovered that some SAP beneficiaries in the region were not qualified to receive the cash assistance./PN Joint Memorandum Circular No. 1 Series of 2020 signed by the implementing departments states that each qualified family can receive between P5,000 to P8,000 per month for two months for basic food, medicine, and toiletries. According to Balmaceda, the charges filed were for violation of Republic Act 3019 (Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act) and violation of Section 4, Paragraph C of Republic Act 11469 (Bayanihan to Heal as One Act). ILOILO City – A total of 147 barangay officials and personnel of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in Western Visayas have been charged for alleged anomalies in the distribution of the national government’s Social Amelioration Program’s (SAP) emergency cash assistance. The program is headed by the DSWD, in cooperation with the Department of Labor and Employment, Department of Trade and Industry, Department of Agriculture, Department of Finance, Department of Budget and Management, and Department of the Interior and Local Government. In Western Visayas, the subsidy is P6,000 for each beneficiary (per family or household basis). Of the 147 respondents, 25 were barangay captains, one Sangguniang Kabataan chairperson, 42 barangay kagawad, 27 barangay secretaries, seven barangay health workers, five purok leaders, six liaison officers, 30 civilians, and four DSWD personnel. The cash emergency subsidy program is mandated by the new law, the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act, which was signed by President Rodrigo Duterte on March 25, 2020 as part of efforts to help people economically displaced by the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. The amount varies, depending on the prevailing regional minimum wage rates and takes into account the other subsidy programs in cash or in-kind, under the DSWD. The government stressed that SAP’s priority are families who need cash assistance the most, particularly those belonging in the informal sector whose livelihood has been most affected by the quarantine. The charges were filed by the Philippine National Police’s Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) Region 6, according to Police Lieutenant Colonel Gervacio Balmaceda Jr., regional director.