While acting post-haste on complaints against Vice President Jejomar Binay, the Commission on Audit (COA) is turtle-paced in the graft charges against President Benigno Aquino’s party men involved in the scandalous misuse of millions of pesos of the PDAF [Priority Development Assistance Fund] and DAP [Disbursement Acceleration Program].
COA’s recent release to the Ombudsman of an incomplete special audit report on the Makati City Hall Building 2 has drawn severe criticism from the camp of Binay.
Binay, standard bearer of the opposition United Nationalist Alliance (UNA), is being probed for alleged anomalies in connection with the construction of the building when he was the mayor of Makati City.
He said the charges against him are black propaganda out to derail his presidential bid in the May election.
UNA president Toby Tiangco said COA and the Ombudsman are part of the “demolition by perception” orchestrated by Malacanang against Binay.