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Batangas mayor faces raps after quick US getaway seen on Facebook

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Mar. 11, 19 | 8:44 am

The mayor of San Pascual, Batangas is currently in hot water after posting her unsanctioned family vacation to the United States on Facebook.

Mayor Roanna Conti is now facing charges of grave misconduct and gross ignorance of the law before the Office of the Ombudsman after allegedly failing to inform the municipal council of the trip she took late last year.

Because of the Sangguniang Bayan of San Pascual were not properly notified with regard the overseas vacation, the vice local chief executive at that time, Vice Mayor Antonio Dimayuga was not provided the chance to assume the temporarily vacated post.

Dimayuga is the complainant in the case filed before the Ombudsman.

Attached in the complaint are the Facebook photos of Conti spending Christmas and New Year in Las Vegas, Nevada and La Canada Flintridge, California.

Dimayuga also alleged that the Conti subsequently produce the copy of her application for leave, but did not bear her signature, as well as that of provincial governor Hermilando Mandanas.

The vice mayor also included Rolando Gonzalez, Jr., Human Resources Management Office chief and officer-in-charge administrator, in the complaint for conspiring with Conti.

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