The Local Government Leadership Award (LGLA).(Opinion &Amp; Editorial)
ON October 17, the awarding ceremonies for 19 outstanding local government leaders will take place at the Senate Hall with Senate President Franklin Drilon who will confer the awards together with Senator Aquilino Pimentel.
From the 19 leaders, the National Selection Committee has chosen the Most Outstanding Governor, Most Outstanding City Mayor and Most Outstanding Municipal Mayor. The Awards Process was a very rigorous one. It entailed validation and crossvalidation of documents. One candidate remarked that he has a great deal of respect for the Award because the sponsoring agencies are credible. Besides, one did not have to pay the awards-giver in order to be nominated. He recalled that in some of the previous awards activities one had to provide a cash contribution to be considered. The entire LGLA process had taken over a year - from the development of criteria and methodologies in conducting the search process to actual nominations which came out with an original list of 128 nominees in the three categories; meetings with the National Selection …
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Publication information: Article title: The Local Government Leadership Award (LGLA).(Opinion &Amp; Editorial). Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Manila Bulletin. Publication date: October 13, 2002. Page number: Not available. © 2009 Manila Bulletin Publishing Corp. COPYRIGHT 2002 Gale Group.
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