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House dangerous drugs panel wants to replace Customs bureau -

The House of Representatives dangerous drugs committee which investigated the P6.4 billion shabu shipment had a quick solution to the rampant corruption in the Bureau of Customs (BOC) — replace the bureau with another agency. This was one of the ...and more »

Barbers committee wants Faeldon charged over P6.4-B shabu -

The House of Representatives committee on dangerous drugs found resigned-Customs commissioner Nicanor Faeldon liable for graft, planting of evidence and bungling of evidence in connection with the P6.4 billion in shabu that was smuggled into the ...and more »

New Customs chief to employees: 'You're either with me or against me' - CNN Philippines

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, August 30) — New Bureau of Customs Commissioner Isidro Lapeña gave a stern warning Wednesday to employees in the agency, which is under fire for corruption, including the smuggling of ₱6.4 billion of shabu into the ...and more »

House panel wants Customs abolished - The Manila Times

The House Committee on Dangerous Drugs is recommending the passage of a law that would replace the Bureau of Customs (BoC) with a new tariff collection agency, after several hearings on the P6.4 billion worth of illegal drugs smuggled into the country ...and more »

Lapeña: Zero tolerance for corruption at BOC -

Newly appointed Customs Commissioner Isidro Lapeña on Wednesday vowed to arrest people who would use his name to collect money or ask favors at the Bureau of Customs (BOC). “There are people going around collecting money on my behalf.and more »

BOC deputy commissioner Nepomuceno resigns - Manila Bulletin

By Charina Clarisse Echaluce. Customs Deputy Commissioner for Enforcement Ariel Nepomuceno has filed a courtesy resignation to let new Customs Commissioner Isidro Lapeña “freely choose a replacement that he can trust.” Customs deputy ...and more »

House panel: Pass legislation replacing BOC - GMA News

The House Committee on Dangerous Drugs has recommended the passing of legislation that will replace the Bureau of Customs as a revenue-collecting agency. This, amid the controversy surrounding the illegal entry of P6.4-billion worth of shabu into the ...and more »