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Comelec chair Bautista may tagong yaman imbestigahan ng NBI


NBI iimbestigahan ang umano’y tagong yaman ni Comelec chair Bautista

Pinaiimbestigahan ng Department of Justice sa National Bureau of Investigation ang umano’y tagong yaman ni Commission on Elections (Comelec) Chairman Andres Bautista.

Iniutos ito ni Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre matapos isiwalat ng misis ni Bautista na si Patricia Paz Bautista ang mga bank accounts at real property na hindi umano idineklara ng Comelec chair sa kaniyang Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth.


Pinatitingnan ni Aguirre ang umano’y ilegal na pagkakamit ng yaman ni Bautista gayun din ang posibleng paglabag sa anti-money laundering law.

“The National Bureau of Investigation, through its Director, is hereby directed and granted authority to conduct investigation and case build-up over the alleged failure to disclose pertinent information required in the Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Networth [sic] (SALN) of Chairperson J. Andres D. Bautista,” pahayag ni Aguirre sa Department Order 517 directing the probe.

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Pinabulaan naman ng Comelec chief ang paratang ng kaniyang asawa. Aniya nagsalita lamang ang kaniyang misis matapos niyang tanggihan ang hinihinging pera.

"To be honest, I don't know but I've been told that there is a political agenda behind this move.... I think that there are other factors that are moving aside from the usual marital problems that married people have to contend with," paliwanag ni Bautista.


"She has been asking for a lot of money and I told her again, these monies do not belong to me. Because they belong to my family members. And I do have substantial money which is shown in my SALN and I was willing to give her fair share of that but she just wants a lot more,” dagdag niya.

Sinabi pa ni Bautsita na suportado siya ng kaniyang pamilya at ng pamilya ng kaniyang asawa.

 “They know that in this situation, I am the victim. I am the victim of betrayal,” patuloy ni Bautista.

 “You know, I never thought that a man could be raped. That is how I felt when I went to my, you know, when I was prevented from entering my own house. When all of a sudden, the cabinets, the locked cabinets that belong to me, were forced open. Documents were taken without my permission, without my consent.”

[Read more: PhilStar]

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