CITY OF MALOLOS, Bulacan – The “Five Pillars of Justice” in this province is giving more emphasis in the protection of environment by strictly implementing the “Environment Code” and other environmental laws in the province.
This was the unified statement of the governmnent leaders belonging to the “Five Pillars” composed of the Provincial Government, the Bulacan Regional Trial Cout, the Provincial Prosecutors Office, the Bulacan Police Provincial Office and the Bulacan Parole and Probation Office.
Bulacan RTC Executive Judge Victoria Fernandez-Bernardo said they have invited Department of Environment and Natural Resources Sec. Roy Cimatu who was represented by DENR Usec Atty. Maria Paz Luna.
Luna said that DENR is now putting more lawyers, one in every Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO), to strictly implement environment laws.
Gov. Alvarado, said that laws were created to give order to the world.
“Para lang basketball yan. Kailangan me mga rules, hindi uubra na puro dribble, pasa at shoot lang, walang patutunguhan at walang panalo kapag walang rules,” he said.
He also scored the destruction of rainforests and mountains in the Seirra Madre mountains.
“We should not allow greed to destroy our natural barriers against natural disasters,” Alvarado said.
Alvarado believes that the destruction of environment in the country will now be properly addressed because of the sincerity of President RodrigoDuterte in saving and protecting the countries natural resources.
“We should act together and help our President because when mother nature strikes back, nothing can stand its wrath,” Alvarado said.
Vice Gov. Fernando for his part said that justice is the weapon of the government in the maintenance of peace and order.
He said the foundation of the “five Pillars of Justice in Bulacan” is strong and solid.
“Huwag nating hayaan na sirain ng anay ang pundasyon at haligi ng katarungan sa ating dakilang lalawigan,” Fernando added. —EMIL G. GAMOS