P5B ‘yan dati! Guanzon says Comelec has trimmed unliquidated advances to P1.6B
The Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Wednesday assured that it would settle in due time liquidation reports on its expenses, which were flagged by the Commission on Audit (COA).

P5B ‘yan dati! Guanzon says Comelec has trimmed unliquidated advances to P1.6B

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The Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Wednesday assured that it would settle in due time liquidation reports on its expenses, which were flagged by the Commission on Audit (COA).

“There have been liquidations already after that report was done by COA. So we are happy that our Finance Department has been working really hard because that used to be more than P5 billion and it went down to P1.6 billion because we are required to liquidate,” Comelec Commissioner Rowena Guanzon said.

On Monday, the COA required the poll body to immediately liquidate its cash advances amounting to over P1.6 billion.

The figure includes expenses in the 2018 Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections totaling to P1.202 billion.

Guanzon said this includes liquidation reports on travel and cash advances.

“The other liquidations that are remaining are the usual ‘yung mga travel, cash advances of Commissioner, Directors…but it will be settled in due time. It’s not really a malversation issue,” Guanzon said in an interview.

“It’s because when you travel you have to liquidate your cash advances by submitting documents, boarding pass, sometimes you know some people lose their boarding passes so it takes time to reconstruct…thing like that,” she added.

Citing a report from the Comelec’s Finance Department, the poll body official said the COA report is no longer accurate. (PNA)

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