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People's Day in Bohol
« on: June 26, 2019, 06:08:57 PM »
July 8 2010 - Boholanos from all walks of life can talk to and touch their new governor, Edgar Chatto, right on every first office day of the week, Monday, which he has declared the People’s Day at the provincial capitol.

He is effectively bringing to the provincial seat of government his customary interaction with not just even his First District constituents at his Tagbilaran City residence every Saturday during his ‘endearing’ nine years in Congress then.

If possible, no one should leave capitol unattended, declared Chatto during his first weekly capitol convocation program as Bohol’s 25th governor.

The regular convocation program, which immediately follows the weekly flag-raising on the capitol ground, happens to have since been done every Monday morning.

The governor will have pointmen attending to the people if he cannot personally face them at his office for important meeting or trip.

Together with Chatto leading the convocation program were Vice Gov. Concepcion Lim and the board members composing the new set of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan.

On the same occasion, the governor swore in the new (interim) president of the Philippine Councilors’ League (PCL) in Bohol, Councilor Ariel Lungay of Catigbian, who automatically earned an ex-officio seat in the provincial board.

It was Chatto’s first official act on the opening office day of his first full week as governor.

The governor said the People’s Day will last until evening, thereby demanding what he calls “an extra mile of patience” from both the officials and employees.

Echoing Pres. Noynoy Aquino’s regard for the Filipino masses, Chatto reminded his fellows in the provincial government that “they (the people) are our bosses.”

Chatto, whose natural kindness toward the needy and helpless is, to many, already a gift to the Boholanos, said his heart bleeds for the ordinary people.

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