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PBBM calls on new gov’t execs to be role models

President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. on Wednesday called on newly appointed government officials and officers to “remain models of excellence and integrity” and be ready for the “challenging but rewarding” responsibility that their respective positions would entail.

Mr. Marcos made the call during the mass oath-taking of new presidential appointees and officials in a ceremony at the Heroes Hall of Malacañan Palace in Manila.

“This is indeed a pivotal moment with you and your loved ones because this is a big break that will change the course of your future. This is also important for the nation and the offices and sectors you represent for with your term comes the promise of new beginnings, new systems, new practices,” the President said in his speech.

“You now have more opportunities to create improvements in your respective workplaces. And as appointed leaders, your unwavering commitment and even your mere presence daily are crucial to the sectors that you serve to the performance of your respective mandates.”

Special Envoy to South Korea for Digital Transformation Dennis Anthony Huang Uy was among those who took oath before Marcos.

The President also administered the oath-taking of newly appointed officials of the Philippine Coast Guard, Bureau of Jail Management and Penology, and National Commission on Indigenous Peoples.

Officers of the Malacañang Press Corps, Malacañang Cameramen Association, the Presidential Photojournalists Association, and the Press Photographers of the Philippines were also sworn in by Marcos.

The Chief Executive assured the new officials of his administration’s support and urged them to help the government in transforming the country into a “new Philippines.”

“This administration will spare no effort to provide the support necessary to address the pressing concerns that hinder development in the sectors of our communities under your authority,” he said.