Another coercion, oppression complaint filed vs Treñas, et al.

first_imgShe also included in her complaintCity Administrator Melchor Tan, Assistant City Administrator and ExecutiveAssistant Noel Panaguiton, Assistant Department Head II Josephine Agudo, andHuman Resource Management Officer Leo Elevencione. Treñas and the other respondents couldnot be reached for comment as of this writing. The complainant was Special OperationsOfficer III Rosita Camacho of the Office of Senior Citizens Affairs and whomTreñas described during the midterm election campaign as a mayordoma of his rival and estranged brother-in-law, then mayorJose Espinosa III. Camacho claimed she was forced to takea leave of absence. Mayor Jerry Trenas * July 11 to July 31 (with leavecredits) She reluctantly complied, she said, onthe following dates: ILOILO City – Mayor Jerry Treñas hasbeen slapped with another complaint at the Office of the Ombudsman for allegedgrave coercion, violation of the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act, gravemisconduct, oppression, and conduct prejudicial to the best interest of theservice. Camacho was the third employee at cityhall to file administrative and criminal charges against Treñas and severalother city government officials. The two others were Book Binder II Joe MariEsteral under the civil registry office and Dr. Bernard Caspe, chief of theCity Health Office. In the weeks leading to the May 13midterm elections, according to Camacho, Treñas kept bringing up her name inderogatory and embarrassing terms.center_img * Aug. 5 to Aug. 16 (with leavecredits) “The experience left me in constantanxiety, deep depression, shame, sleepless nights,” Camacho lamented. Camacho claimed that her applicationfor leave from Sept. 1 to Dec. 31 was prepared, signed and approved byAgudo, Elevencione and Treñas. On Aug. 23, according to Camacho,Panaguiton told her, “Ros, Mayor Jerry is firm in his decision, everything isready if you don’t comply, NBI (National Bureau of Investigation), CIDG(Criminal Investigation and Detection Group), lawyers, and even funds for thecases against you.” * Sept.  1 to Dec. 31, 2019 (122days without pay) * Aug. 19 to Aug. 30 (leave creditsused up already, thus no pay) On July 3, 2019, according to Camacho,she was summoned by Tan and was told to take a six-month leave or charges wouldbe filed against her. However, in recent interviewsregarding the Ombudsman complaints of Esteral and Caspe, Treñas said the CityLegal Office would be taking care of the complaints./PNlast_img