Manila Mayor Moreno calls out UE admin over class suspensions.
Manila Mayor Moreno calls out UE admin over class suspensions !-- -- (Philstar.com) - July 1, 2019 - 5:21pm MANILA, Philippines Manila Mayor Francisco "Isko Moreno" Domagosoon Monday called out the administration of the University of the East for not following his order on suspending classes.
The STAR reported that the newly-elected Manila mayor chided the administration of UE for not adhering to his class suspension order. class="twitter-tweet" .
5239852398524 Manila Mayor Isko Moreno called out the administration of the University of the East on Monday after he received reports that the school only suspended classes up to Grade 12. #WalangPasok. pic.
twitter.com/sz8Pq3Gdb5 The Philippine Star (@PhilippineStar) July 1, 2019 "College students are not frogmen.
Never do that again to us,"Moreno said in Filipino. "Education is important, but the lives and safety of your students are more important.
If you will not follow, those schools, the instructions of the City Government of Manila, you are not welcome to the City of Manila," he added. Moreno announced the suspension of classes in all levels of Manila before 10:00 in the morning.
class="twitter-tweet" .2463768115942 NEWS ADVISORY: Classes in all levels at all public and private schools are declared suspended starting 12 pm today, July 1, 2019.Live video blog available via a#AlertoManileno pic.twitter.
com/OS34qMwgHp Isko Moreno Domagoso (@IskoMoreno) July 1, 2019 The Manila mayor said he based his announcement on PAGASA's latest weather bulletin raisinga yellow rainfall warning in Metro Manila. But the University of the East announced that it would only be suspending classes from kindergarten to senior high school in its Manila campus.
By 1:00 p.m.
, however, UE announced that it is suspending classes in all levels in its Manila and Caloocan campus. Malacaaang Executive Order No.
66, series of 2012 states that "localized cancellation or suspension of classes and work in government offices may be implemented by local chief executives, as chairmen of the Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council concerned." Kristine Joy Patag