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DILG Undersecretary Martin Diño clarifies his earlier statement on community pantries: Community pantries don't need to get permits from local government units. | via @jervismanahan 

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The latest memo – reiterating that only Secretary Año and Undersecretary Malaya can speak for the agency – comes in between controversial interviews given by undersecretaries Epimaco Densing and Martin Diño

The latest memo – reiterating that only Secretary Año and Undersecretary Malaya can speak for the agency – comes in between controversial interviews given by undersecretaries Epimaco Densing and Martin Diño

JUST IN: DILG Undersecretary Martin Diño said those planning to put up community pantries would now need a permit from their LGUs or barangays to ensure social distancing rules and other safety protocols will be followed. | @CMRamosINQ 

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DILG Undersecretary Martin Diño clarifies his earlier statement re: permits. Community pantries don't need to get permits from local government units. | via @jervismanahan 

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Community pantry organizers would need a permit from local authorities in order to ensure that social distancing and other health and safety protocols are followed, DILG Undersecretary for Barangay Affairs Martin Diño said. | @CMRamosINQ 

DILG Undersecretary Martin Diño on Tuesday said organizers of community pantries should now seek permission from the local governments.

PH Interior Undersecretary Martin Diño: Community pantries may need permits now to ensure health protocols are not violated. #ANCHeadstart 

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An agency official says Interior Undersecretary Martin Diño's comments were his "personal opinion."

Interior Undersecretary Martin Diño asserts that community pantry organizers must secure a permit from the mayor or barangay's office. He argues that community pantries are prone to COVID-19 transmissions due to overcrowding. | via @newsdwight 

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DILG Undersecretary Martin Diño wants police to arrest street beggars as part of efforts to contain #COVID19  spread in the country. READ:

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Interior Undersecretary Martin Diño suggested starting a “shame campaign” against those who would not take COVID-19 seriously. | @CMarquezINQ 

Interior Undersecretary Martin Diño said he was disappointed at some infected people who would ignore the COVID-19 crisis.

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Marikina police say the brother-in-law of DILG undersecretary Martin Diño was selling shabu inside a house raided by authorities. #PHNews 

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