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SK chair stops ‘term sharing’

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The Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) federation in Negros Oriental has rejected the resignation of the SK chairman of Dauin to stop to the practice of “term-sharing” among SK officials.

The six-month “term-sharing” scheme of the SK chairmen in Dauin and Zamboanguita towns was brought to the fore when the Provincial SK leader put his foot down on the practice.

In its monthly regular meeting early this week in Bayawan City, the SK federation headed by Scott Wayne Husain refused to accept the resignation of Jerick Deleña of Dauin to give way to another SK chairman to sit as ex-officio member of the Sangguniang Bayan of the municipality.

Ayungon SK chairman Jezza Dayanan, at the same time secretary of the Federation, said Deleña took over the place of the first SK chairman Rode Gadiana who resigned after six months, and last Monday Deleña would have tendered his resignation as SK chair of Dauin but was not accepted by the SK federation of the province.

Reasons cited by Deleña is his inability to fully represent the entire youth of Dauin because he is loaded with his studies, but he later admitted it was part of a term-sharing scheme.

SK federation officials of the province say they have just realized that it is not provided for in their constitution and by-laws.

In Zamboanguita, SK chair Claire Ann Elnar was also reported to have resigned to give way to another SK chairman as part of the term-sharing scheme. (PNA/Juancho Gallarde)

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