‘Winston’ who? PCOO utilizes wrong name for Sen. Gatchalian in news release

'Winston' who? PCOO utilizes wrong name for Sen. Gatchalian in news release‘Winston’ who? PCOO utilizes wrong name for Sen. Gatchalian in news release

Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) has committed a mistake

yet again, and no less than the Senator wrongfully named took notice.

This time, the office erroneously identified Senator Sherwin Gatchalian as “Winston

Gatchalian” in an official release dated June 13.

The lawmaker took to social media to call out the blunder, asking: “May pagasa pa ba

ang PCOO (Is there still hope for the PCOO)???”

As of posting time, the PCOO still can’t seem to redress the blunder on its site.

The slip-up is the most recent in genuine blunders made by the workplace lately.

The workplace prior drew fire over a Facebook post after it called Norway “Norwegia”

and later on erroneously named the late National Security Adviser Roilo Golez as “Rogelio.”

As of posting time, the PCOO presently can’t seem to adjust the mistake on its site.

Blunders made by the workplace

The misstep is the most recent in true blunders made by the workplace lately.

The workplace prior drew fire over a Facebook post after it called Norway “Norwegia”

and later on erroneously named the late National Security Adviser Roilo Golez as “Rogelio.”

US Homeland Security Department said late Saturday the government has reunited 522

children separated from adults as part of a “Zero Tolerance” initiative and plans to reunite

another 16 children over the next 24 hours.

The department said in a statement US Customs and Border Protection expects a small number

of children separated for reasons other than zero tolerance would remain separated, including

if the familial relationship cannot be confirm.

President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order to end his policy of separating immigrant children from their families on the US-Mexico border, after images of youngsters in cages sparked outrage at home and abroad.

As of June 20, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) had 2,053 separate minors being care for in HHS-funded facilities, and it was “working with relevant agency partners to foster communications and work towards reuniting every minor and every parent or guardian via well-establish reunification processes.”

Ensure that family members

HHS also said in a release that it has a process to “ensure that family members know the location of their children and have regular communication after separation.”

A complaint reported by the national news media is that some parents did not know where their children were and had little or no communication with them.

The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency has dedicated the Port Isabel Service Processing Center in Texas as the primary family reunification center.

All parents are give the telephone number of an information line, which is staff Mondays through Fridays from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. And each ICE field office will have “Juvenille Coordinators” to manage reunification cases.

“Zero Tolerance” is a policy US Attorney General Jeff Sessions announce in April, declaring that all immigrants apprehend while crossing the US-Mexico border illegally should be criminally prosecute.

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