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Probe bureau submits report on nursing test leakage to Ombud

THE National Bureau of Investigations (NBI) had turned over the investigations on the alleged nursing board examination leakage to the Ombudsman for further inquiry and possible filing of charges against some nursing board examiners and administrators of nursing review centers.

Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita said the Ombudsman is now investigating Board of Nursing members Anesia Dionisio and Virginia Madeja for possible violations of section 15 of Republic Act (RA) 8981, an Act Organizing the Professional Review Commission, and Republic Act 3019, anti-graft and Corrupt Practices Act.

"The Ombudsman is now conducting a preliminary investigation. It (will) also check on the presence of conspiracy, if any, by the review centers. Now I was told by the PRC commissioner (Leonor) Lucero that should they find evidence against the review centers then they will file the appropriate charges to the administrator of these review centers," he said.

Ermita continued to decline to name what review centers are being investigated or suspected of possible involvement in the leakage but he had early on mentioned that it is about three to four companies in Luzon.

He said it would be unfair to name them now while the investigations are on going adding that it would be the administrators who would possibly be charged.

"NBI is saying there is possible conspiracy. I keep on asking if I can mention some companies. I was advised by the NBI and PRC not to mention them. It would be unfair if I make a sweeping statement that a, b and c are the review centers," he added.

Ermita said it would also lead to a lot questions like who attended the review in these companies, what would happen to the examination papers of these students and if they should retake the exams. (JMR/Sunnex)

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