Group Daang Matuwid representative, Akbayan Rep. Barry Gutierrez, alongside its leading figure Manuel "Deface" Roxas has been requesting Vice President Jejomar "Jojo" Binay to clarify the billions of pesos supposedly got for the Makati Buildings I and II in kickbacks.

His political enemies, including Rodrigo Duterte and his tag along VP wager, Alan Cayateno, who have jumped on the obsolete and bogus report of the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) as reported in the Inquirer for two days running, claiming that the Binay assets were exchanged to charged shams and even utilized Philrem, the same settlement firm utilized as a part of the government evasion trick in the Bangladesh national bank digital heist of $81 million asset exchanges to the RCBC. (See pennant story.)

Yet, the Liberal Party representative and Binay's other political enemies, have not said anything in regards to the Commission on Audit (CoA) on the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) amid Roxas' term.

The United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) has scolded previous DILG Secretary and Liberal Party (LP) leading figure Roxas after the most recent yearly review report of the CoA revealed reserve exchanges amid Roxas' term adding up to an astounding ?7.040 billion that remain unliquidated "because of non-checking of liquidations and accommodation of budgetary reports."

The unliquidated reserve exchanges secured such tasks as the Provision of Potable Water program (Salintubig), Payapa at Masaganang Pamayana (Pamana), Bottom-Up Budgeting (BUB), Rehabilitation Assistance on Yolanda (RAY), and the Public Transport Assistance Program (PTAP).

"This means the DILG neglected to screen the execution of the undertakings," the report said.

"The Receivables accounts collected to an enormous measure of P7.040 billion since administration neglected to screen the liquidations of the asset exchanges and accommodation of the comparing money related reports in spite of CoA Circular No. 94-013," CoA further noted.

Beside the unliquidated store exchanges, some P17 million in loans likewise remains unliquidated, the same report uncovered.

In its 2013 Annual Financial Report, CoA said Roxas' DILG likewise gathered an astounding P1.1 billion in unliquidated loans "conceded for nearby and remote ventures and for unique reason/time-bound endeavors."

"Blemish Roxas' reputation as Secretary of the Interior and Secretary of Transportation and Communication says a lot of his official capacities," UNA representative Mon Ilagan said.

"Indeed, even in activities where he and the DILG have no specialized aptitude, DILG, they get the tasks. Presently, they experience issues in checking and selling," he said.

Ilagan said a Binay administration will concentrate on the correct execution and observing of government tasks and projects.

"At the point when speculators see that undertakings are legitimately executed, this will draw in more capital, create more occupations, and give extra incomes to empower the state to care more for our poor and underestimated kinsmen," he said.

"The Vice President has pledged to select individuals with demonstrated reputation and experience to bureau positions so they can get straight down to business and there will be no all the more expectation to absorb information," he included.

CoA said its Circular No. 94-013 gives that inside 10 days after the end of every month/end of the concurred period for the Project, the Implementing Agency (IA) might present the Report of Checks Issued (RCI) and the Report of Disbursement (RD) to report the use of the assets affirmed by the Head of IA.

"The Source Agency (SA) might draw a JEV (Journal Entry Voucher) to take up the reports and the IA should come back to the SA any unused endless supply of the venture," the report included.

CoA likewise noted in its 2014 review report that "loans allowed to officers and representatives totaling ?17.097 million were not sold inside the recommended period, in spite of CoA Circular Nos. 2012-001 and 2012-004."

Of the P17 million, P5.54 million was from the DILG's Central Office, which likewise houses the Office of the Secretary.

"We prescribed and Management consented to require the quick liquidation and settlement of all the loans and start the documenting of criminal and authoritative charges against the Accountable Officers (AOs) with unliquidated loans allowed before December 31, 2011 in accordance with CoA Circular No. 2012-004," the CoA reviewers said in the report.

The unliquidated loans of Roxas' DILG in 2013 spoke to 10.85 percent of the aggregate P10.14 billion unliquidated that year.

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