(Lead) Govt's inquiry into sex for flight controversy to be out in July

June 25, 2013 10:18 pm 

MANILA, June 25 — The result of the investigation by the government’s three-man fact-finding committee on the alleged “sex for flight” is set to be out next month.

This, was revealed on Tuesday by Atty. Lea Fortuna, head of the Dept. of Labor and Employment committee that was created by Labor and Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz to look into the allegations involving officials of the Philippine Overseas Labor Offices abroad.

“We will come up with the result of the probe next month,” she said.

Fortuna said that they are going to three countries, Kuwait, Riyadh and Jordan, where the alleged controversy happened to start their investigation.

“Our first stop is Kuwait, we will be going there on June 29 until July 3, then we will fly to Riyadh, we will be there until July 9. Our last stop will be Jordan from July 9 to July 13. Then we will return back to the country to report to the secretary,” she said. (PNA)



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