Hearing on the Upgrading of LTO Extension Offices and on Public Service Franchises

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At the hearing, Sen. Lacson reminded applicants for renewal of public service franchises not to fall for unscrupulous parties using his name to seek “amounts or favors” in exchange for renewal of their franchises.

Related: Senate Bill 1651: Converting the LTO extension office in Muntinlupa City into a regular LTO district office

“From the early years of my career until today, I have instituted a strict implementation of no-take policy. I have remained steadfast in observing this principle as part of my sturdy crusade against all forms of corruption.

Hence please be informed this representation, as a member of the Committee on Public Services, does not authorize or tolerate anyone or any group to represent me in order to request for any amount or favor in exchange for the approval and/or renewal of franchise.

Should any attempt be made in this regard I encourage you to report it directly to my office at ospml@yahoo.com and/or through my personal email address panfilo.lacson@gmail.com.”