‘Tuloy’ says committee formed to suggest consti ammendments

Secretary of the Cabinet Leoncio Evasco Jr. said a committee will be formed tasked to look into the amendments to the Constitution.

Evasco spoke with reporters at the sidelines of the Panagat Festival in Dauis town in Bohol on Tuesday where he was the guest of honor.

He also inspected the on-going construction of the Dauis church which was damaged by the strong 2013 earthquake.

The Cabinet talked about the 25-member commission tasked to look into the possible amendments to the Constitution.

The recommendations will be passed to a Constituent Assembly where the recommendations of the commission will be discussed.

Evasco said the results of the Constituent Assembly will be ratified by the people via a plebicite.




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