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Solons wary realigned P51.8B will end up as pork’, this time for Arroyo allies

An opposition lawmaker thinks that the realignment of the controversial P51.8 billion infrastructure funds in the proposed 2019 national budget was a struggle over spoils that would lead to a re-division of pork. ACT-Teachers Rep. Antonio Tinio on Wednesday said he believes the P51.8 billion was slashed from the pet projects of lawmakers who are allied with former Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez and would likely only be reallocated to fund projects of lawmakers allied with the current House leader -- form

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