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(From Philippine Daily Inquirer)
Byline: Fernando del Mundo and Margaux C. Ortiz
(Third of a series)
NOWHERE IS THE RECORD OF THE Presidential Commission on Good Government more dismal than in its operation of the largest television networks during the martial law yearsRadio Philippines Network (RPN 9) and Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation (IBC 13).
They are now destined to be consigned to the scrap heap of the industry under present circumstances.
Employees of these two stations say they are struggling to make both ends meet while PCGG-appointed managers enjoy perks beyond that allowed by its own code of ethicsno more than P12,000 a month.
Edwin Fargas, a former RPN 9 vice president, says PCGG appointed officials were getting in the 1990s as much as P30,000 a month quite a lot at that time. But in fact the more contentious …