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(From BusinessWorld (Philippines))
Byline: Argee Guevarra
Thanks to the media and political savvy of former ambassador Roy Seneres who sexed up the otherwise sleepy bureaucratic outpost of the National Labor Relations Commission, the selection of his replacement invited national attention and speculation if only to consider how its ironic twist straightened to the conclusion.
After all, the NLRC chief has found himself in the midst of a labor problem - his own. Three weeks ago, Seneres was subjected to an embarrassing dressing down from President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo who accused the former of involving himself in a cabal plotting to destabilize the government. Not a day passed since then when the two erstwhile allies threw …