• Mison named BI chief

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    President Benigno Aquino 3rd has appointed Siegfred Mison as the new commissioner of the Bureau of Immigration (BI).

    Mison’s appointment was signed by the President on December 18, Deputy Presidential Spokesperson Abigail Valte said in a radio interview over dzRB Radyo ng Bayan on Saturday.

    Mison said his appointment was an early Christmas gift from the President.

    The new BI head graduated from the United States Military Academy at WestPoint in New York. He obtained his law degree at the Ateneo De Manila University and earned his masters of law at a university in Southern California.

    The President also appointed former National Bureau of Investigation chief Nonnatus Cesar R. Rojas as Regional Prosecutor for the Office of the Regional Prosecutor in Ilocos Region.

    The Office of the Regional Prosecutor is under the National Prosecution Service of the Department of Justice.

    The President also designated Vicente B. Malano as acting administrator of the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), and Florita R. Villar as undersecretary of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

    Other appointees include Gregorio Ramon A. Tingson as commissioner of the National Youth Commission in Luzon, and Dominador Santos Jr. as new member of the Board of Dentistry under the Professional Regulations Commission. Robertzon Ramirez, PNA

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    1. To Sir Mison,
      I hope your education and training will have a positive impact to the Bureau. Not only that, also that your spirit of nationalism has not changed and that you will initiate reforms in the bureau; so much so that the Philippines joins the League of well-respected Nations because of integrity, honesty, and hard work. Sir, don’t get me wrong. I heard of well-respected personnel, trained, educated and even lived for awhile abroad, who also became corrupt government officials. It seems like it is only when we are away from our native land that we exercise good citizenship and follow strictly the rules. That when we are back home the mindset is to make easy money at maging corrupt na rin or succumb to temptation offered by unscrupulous and well-entrenched bad/corrupt personnel in our system. Sir, I know you heard this “Honor, Courage and Commitment.”
      To all, Happy Holidays!