Several members of the House of Representatives' Social Commission are worried that they will be dragged into the social assistance bribery case. Business people lobbied to participate in the distribution of the aid.
CONVENING at the chamber of the chair of Commission VIII, the House of Representatives’ (DPR) Social Commission, on Wednesday, January 13, a group of legislators deliberated on the case of alleged bribery related to the distribution of aid packages. They reviewed their original discussion regarding a social assistance program for people impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
In attendance were, among others, Social Commission Deputy Chair from...