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Opinion

Red tape is still there

THE EAR - The Freeman

IT DEPENDS. A man who wanted to get records from an office bureau for his aunt who is overseas was told to get some documents. When he asked if anything else was needed the young man in charge said that was it.

A few weeks later he returned to the office to see that that young man had been replaced by a cranky old woman who gave him a list of even more documents to get. That means even more time and effort to coordinate with his overseas aunt.

“Pagkainutil aning opisinaha,” the man was heard saying, “lain-lain ang requirements depende sa kinsa’y mo-duty anang adlawa.”

RED TAPE

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