FORMER Senator Panfilo Lacson said Sunday he was ready to quit his job as Presidential Assistant for Rehabilitation and Recovery after submitting his P170-9-billion master plan to rehabilitate the areas devastated by super typhoon “Yolanda” last year.
“If nothing more, I will ask the permission [of the President] to go,” Lacson said. Manila Standard Today.
Ping Lacson: “I have nothing more to do. I’ve finished my main task, which is to come out with a master rehabilitation plan.I was informed by some United Nations associates that nowhere in the world has anyone come out with a comprehensive master plan regardless of the disaster. They congratulated me.” Manila Standard Today
He acknowledged the delay in coming out with the plan, but said producing it had been difficult.He said they had to innovate. “The first innovation made was we engaged the private sectors, the multilateral sectors and the non-government organizations,” Lacson said. Manila Standard Today