TWO senators on Thursday filed their respective resolutions calling for a senate investigation on the reported overpricing and the alleged failure of the contractor to comply with internationally recognized standards on the construction of bunkhouses for the survivors of super typhoon Yolanda.

Senators Miriam Santiago and Ferdinand Marcos Jr., want the proper senate committee to look into the issues surrounding the construction of temporary shelters for typhoon victims and institute corrective measures to ensure the safety and security of those displaced by the said catastrophe.

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