PhlPost Defends INC Commemorative Stamps

| June 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Phlpost strongly defended its move of printing those commemorative stamps in honor of the Iglesia Ni Cristo, through its incumbent Postmaster General Josefina dela Cruz. According to her everything was made in good faith and they did not violate any constitutional provision regarding this matter. Therefore, people should not make a big deal insofar as this controversial issue was concerned. She even said that

This is in a way a part of history.

The printing of this commemorative stamp was strongly defended by Phlpost as constitutional.

The printing of this commemorative stamp was strongly defended by Phlpost as constitutional.

Phlpost has further asserted that an evaluation phase has been conducted by them to avoid unwanted inconveniences. In fact, it was unanimously approved by a duly-recognized stamp committee which was composed of National Historical Institute members. Lastly, the staunch official of Phlpost has said.

This is not an arbitrary decision. It passed through the certification of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines,” she said in Filipino. This meant that the INC centennial, including its rich history, was of national historical significance.

Phlpost and the government should cite those pertinent constitutional provisions in relation to the legality of the said move so as to make everything transparent, legal and binding.

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