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Ombudsman forms panel on nursing exam leak

Ombudsman forms panel on nursing exam leak

Article posted September 8, 2006, 5:18 pm

The Office of the Ombudsman has formed a five-man panel to investigate the leakage of the nursing board exams last June, GMANews.TV learned Friday.

Overall Deputy Ombudsman Orlando Casimiro was designated as chairman of the panel, while agency director Susan Guillermo, was named vice chair.

Other panel members are director Eulogio Cecilio and Lawyers Silverio Manuel Jr and Mary Antonette Yalao.

Ombudsman Merceditas Gutierrez ordered the creation of the panel after evaluating the findings of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), which already furnished pertinent documents to her office

. Board of Nursing members Anesia Dionisio and Virginia Madeja were found possibly liable for violating Republic Act (RA) 8981, otherwise known as An Act Modernizing the Professional Regulatory Commission, and RA 3019 or the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act.

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), which filed a complaint into the matter before the NBI, earlier recommended administrative sanctions against Madeja and Dionisio.

For his part, Casimiro said the panel will determine if it should begin a fact-finding investigation or to conduct preliminary hearings.

Palace officials are pushing for a retake of the exam, but only in areas where the leakage took place.

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), in its report to MalacaƱang, said most of the areas where the leakage took place were in Luzon.-GMANews.TV

http://www.gmanews.tv/breakingnews.php?sec=2&id=14908



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