Philippines – The Senate yesterday consistently supported on the third and last perusing a bill that requires the making of a division entrusted with tending to the necessities and worries of abroad Filipino specialists (OFWs), who transmit P3 million consistently.
Casting a ballot 20-0-0, representatives passed Senate Bill 2234, or the proposed Department of Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipinos Act. Sen. Joel Villanueva, one of the bill’s defenders, said the office would fill in as the go-to organization for every one of OFWs’ interests, including enrollment, administrative noise, guideline, crisis reaction, bringing home and reintegration.
Sen. Bong Go, additionally a principle defender of the action, saluted and said thanks to Villanueva for pushing for the section of the action. Their support not really set in stone to furnish our OFWs with their own area of expertise. He knows what their support went through from conversing with different offices and OFW gatherings to accommodating various variants of the bills.
On his part, he can simply pass it on and give it as a present to them to their OFWs, to transient specialists this Christmas.
Go additionally expressed gratitude toward all of his representative partners for their help of the action, particularly Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon for his help and investigation to work on the action fully intent on offering better types of assistance to OFWs.
He noticed that the Department of Migrant Workers is his and President Duterte’s need. They mentioned that the OFWs are near the President’s heart. Truth be told, as of late, President Duterte gave Executive Order 154 to guarantee the foundation and tasks of an OFW medical clinic in San Fernando City, Pampanga.
They generally disapprove of how to take care of their family. Lately and a long time, numerous OFWs have come to our office for help. Some are detained for homicide, some are mishandled by their bosses. Ideally, with the foundation of this division, they can get back to ordinary life. Go said OFWs have since quite a while ago believed OFWs to be present day saints in light of their extraordinary commitment to the economy and local area.