Palace announces new appointees to various govt agencies

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President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. assigned new officials to 17 different government agencies on Wednesday.

The new appointees are:Department of Science and Technology – Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Association Marcelino Q. Villafuerte II National Commission on Muslim Filipinos Sabuddin N. Abdurahim Department of Finance – Social Security System Jesus P. Sale Jr. Department of the Interior and Local Government – Local Government Unit Julio L. Balanag Department of Agrarian Reform Penelope B. De Ausen Department of Education Lou Zenith D.

Reyes Office of the President Antonio R. Tabora Jr. Internal Audit Office Cynthia S. Vergara Office of the Deputy Executive Secretary for Support Services and Auxiliaries Alexander G. Flores Office of the President - Philippine Space Agency Rolando P. Martinez Presidential Communications Office – Philippine Information Agency Elmer Jude F. Mesina Department of Transportation – Land Transportation Office Elmer J.

 

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