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Rep @JVEjercito filed a resolution to conduct investigation of Anomalous Overpricing of Water Concessionaires Manila Water Company and Maynilad

“In view of the simultaneous price hikes of oil, electricity, and basic commodities, I appeal to the Aquino administration to freeze and conduct an inquiry on the impending water overpricing by Maynilad and Manila Water, and to conduct an inquiry on its issue of syndicated estafa with regard previous cancelled projects,” JV Ejercito-Estrada of San Juan City today urged Malacañang.

House Rep Joseph Victor (JV) Ejercito filed House Resolution 2601 urging the House Committee on Trade and Industry, and/or other Appropriate Committees to Conduct an Inquiry in Aid of Legislation Regarding the Anomalous Overpricing of Water Concessionaires Manila Water Company and Maynilad

Here is a scanned copy of the resolution taken from his facebook page.

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