Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon sought on Sunday a revamp of the Bureau of Customs (BOC), including the firing of Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon, in the aftermath of the questionable release of a P6.4 billion “shabu” (crystal meth) shipment from China in May.
“A major revamp in the customs is made necessary by what happened. We can no longer trust the competence of its officials led by Commissioner Faeldon,” Drilon said in a statement.
Drilon also said those involved in smuggling the 605 kilograms of shabu that ended up in a warehouse in Valenzuela City should be held accountable.
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