Rosin, who heads the committee tasked to evaluate the qualifications of the candidates for members of the Casureco 2 board of Directors said that out of the 10 districts covered by the electric coop, only one is represented in the Board. This is due the expiration of the term of office of the previous members of the board.
Scheduled to have an election this Saturday (February 21) are the districts of Minalabac, Naga North, Naga South, Canaman, Tinambac-Siruma, Pili, Bombon, Milaor, and Calabanga.
Ony the districts of Minalabac and Milaor have qualified candidates for the said election.
For the district of Minalabac Hilario “Larry” D. Basmayor remained to be the lone candidate, while for Milaor district, Gay Pabines is also unopposed.
Msgr. Nono Saniado, a priest here, also filed his Certificate of Candidacy for the Naga South District, but was declared disqualified to run due to lack of pertinent documents required under the guidelines set by the electric cooperative.
Meanwhile, other districts have either no applicants or no qualified applicants.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM