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Written by Bobby Reyes   
Friday, 13 December 2013 08:20
Talking of congested Metro Manila, many streets that are jeep lines are usually narrow, filled with cars parked on both sides, sidewalk and street vendors plus squatter huts and pedestrians. No need for major natural calamities to witness havoc here. In case of common emergencies, police cars, ambulances, fire-fighter trucks and other remedial facilities would not be able to reach the victims. The residents themselves should clamor their local governments, while national officials must fix these very obvious problems. While President Aquino is being criticized for failure to provide instant relief in the cases of the Bohol earthquake and the Yolanda typhoon, the chronic problems brought by over crowding have long been festering and should be addressed as soon as possible. Otherwise the delights dreamed of for our "Promised Land" may turn out to be nightmares from government deaf and blind syndromes. (As first posted in the https://www.facebook.com/groups/204914952989703/ "FilipinoExodus.com/Schanctuary Project" Facebook Group) Posted by Lourdes Ceballos, now of Las Vegas, NV
 

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