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Nursing exam plea not yet in Senate’

‘Nursing exam plea not yet in Senate’
July 05, 2006

By HARLEY PALANGCHAO, Northern Luzon Bureau

BAGUIO CITY - Unless it receives a formal complaint, the Senate cannot look into the alleged leaking of answers of the nursing board exams, Sen. Juan Flavier said on Tuesday.
Flavier, who was at the opening of the new Baguio health department building, said he has not received the copy of the complaint that was reportedly filed by a examinees who took the exams on June 11 and 12 here.
"I haven’t seen a copy of the complaint and there are steps to be considered if it warrants an investigation by the Senate. The Senate is also on recess," Flavier said.
A former health secretary, Flavier is being eyed to lead the investigation of the issue.
The complainants alleged that the answers for sets 3 and 5 of the exams were provided to some examinees by the R.A. Gapuz Review Center, an allegation which it denied.
Rep. Mauricio Domogan said that the investigation could be hastened if the Professional Regulations Commission can look into the "administrative aspect" of the complaint.
Domogan said that the Department of Justice could take charge of the case if there is strong evidence that the test answers were leaked.
The city council earlier decided to ask concerned agencies to investigate the alleged leakage in response to the appeal of members of the Association of Deans of Philippine College of Nursing in Cordillera and the Philippine Nurses Association Baguio chapter.
The complainants urged the commission to put all of the members of the nursing board on preventive suspension pending an inquiry into the controversy.


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