I read Ceres Doyo’s article titled “No ‘30’ for Sunday Inquirer Magazine” (Opinion, 12/11/14) where she featured the history and evolution of a magazine, including her varied exposures. She narrated that while she never asked for those exposures, the writer in her nevertheless appreciated whatever it was that came her way.
On Dec. 20, we commemorate the death of my loved ones and all those who have perished in the world’s worst sea tragedy, the sinking of MV Doña Paz, when it collided with an oil tanker in Tablas Strait, Mindoro.
There are reports that structures built under the Aquino administration’s “Build Back Better” rehabilitation and rebuilding program for the “Yolanda” survivors and -ravaged areas in Eastern Visayas were destroyed by Typhoon “Ruby.” There should be a thorough investigation into these reports.
I wish to congratulate the Inquirer for choosing a new columnist, a legal expert at that.
Retired commissioner Bartolome C. Fernandez Jr., a legal eagle in his own right and one of the best minds that ever walked the corridors of the Commission on Audit (COA), is pointblank correct in saying that, “Legislative inquiry is but a fact-finding exercise” (Opinion, 11/22/14).