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Marcos vows to look into 'hurdles' CES eligibles face to get eligibility

MANILA, (PIA) -- President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. on Tuesday promised to look into impediments that Career Executive Service (CES) eligibles face in obtaining eligibility.

Let’s work together. This is the kind of thing that we need. As leader, as President, I cannot do my work without all of you, and that’s why you must be the best that you can be,” Pres. Marcos said during the 49th founding anniversary of the Career Executive Service Board (CESB) and 2022 Career Executive Service Lifelong Learning for Leadership Congress at the PICC in Pasay City.

We must give you the best conditions, the best training, the best capabilities, and that is my job," the President added.

"And that is why I need to hear from you, I need to hear from the leadership of the Civil Service, and that way this partnership that we will bring together will have a synergy that will be felt by every Filipino,” he further said.

Marcos then vowed that he will also “review” his Memorandum Circular No. 3, which directs all non-Career Executive Service Officials (CESO) occupying Career Executive Service (CES) positions and contractual or casual employees, to vacate office by the end of 2022 or until they are replaced.

Let me assure our Career Executive Service Board and the affected CESEs occupying 3rd-level positions in the government that the Office of the President is going to review the said memorandum,” he said. (PIA-NCR)

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