TURNING DOWN ABAD'S RESIGNATION BOLSTERS AQUINO IMPEACHMENT 

JULY 11 --President Benigno Aquino III's rejection of Budget Secretary Florencio Abad's resignation offer only strengthens the efforts to impeach the Chief Executive, a lawmaker said. "Non-acceptance of resignation gives further resolve for the impeachment of the President. Betrayal of [public] trust [includes] cronyism and favoritism," Kabataan Party-list Representative Terry Ridon said in his Twitter account. Ridon said this after Aquino announced that he turned down Abad's resignation on Thursday amid the controversy arising from the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP), which was declared partially unconstitutional by the Supreme Court (SC). He said the President's rejection of Abad's resignation "clearly shows that Palace is unrepentant for DAP" despite the high court ruling and public clamor against the budget chief. The youth lawmaker said Abad's resignation is "insincere" since it is not irrevocable. "Bumenta na 'yan. Sec. Petilla did the same gimmick last year," Ridon said in his Twitter account, referring to Energy Secretary Jericho Petilla who offered to resign after missing his self-imposed deadline to bring back power to disaster-hit areas. * READ MORE...

ALSO: Noy turns down Abad resignation

JULY 12 --Under fire for the Disbursement Acceleration Program that he is believed to have engineered, Budget Secretary Florencio Abad tendered a courtesy resignation that was immediately rejected by President Aquino who said the DAP had benefited the people. The Chief Executive made the surprise announcement yesterday morning in a meeting with Cabinet members, wherein the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) chief presented the national budget for 2015. “Secretary Abad gave me a letter (Thursday) tendering his resignation from the Cabinet and I have considered the same and I have decided not to accept his resignation,” Aquino told Cabinet officials at the Aguinaldo State Dining Room. Cabinet officials – except Vice President Jejomar Binay – applauded after Aquino made the announcement. “To accept his resignation is to assign to him a wrong and I cannot accept the notion that doing right by our people is a wrong. Therefore, I have decided not to accept his resignation and I think the whole Cabinet should be made aware of this,” Aquino said. “Even our most vociferous critics grant that DAP has benefited our people,” he added. * READ MOREE...

ALSO: Butch no stranger to quitting Cabinet  

JULY 12 --From rock stars to traitors: Budget Secretary Florencio Abad once used this to describe how they were regarded after he and several Cabinet members resigned en masse from the Arroyo administration over corruption issues. They were called the “Hyatt 10” because 10 of them in the Arroyo Cabinet announced their resignation at the Hyatt Hotel in Pasay City in 2005. A day before their resignation, then President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo announced a major Cabinet revamp, apparently in a preemptive move since she had already been informed of their plan by then Vice President Noli de Castro. De Castro would have replaced Arroyo if moves to oust her had succeeded, according to reports. In the 2010 elections, the group of Abad was then called the “Balay Group” that supported the tandem of President Aquino and Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas II in the 2010 elections. Roxas lost to Vice President Jejomar Binay, who was supported by the “Samar or Noy-Bi Group” of Sen. Francis Escudero and Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa Jr. It was called “Balay” in reference to the house of Roxas in Cubao, Quezon City. The “Samar” group was called such because of its headquarters on Samar Avenue also in Quezon City. The Hyatt 10 was composed of then education secretary Abad, Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Teresita Quintos Deles, who held the same position during the time of Arroyo; then National Anti-Poverty Commission Secretary Imelda Nicolas, Trade Secretary Juan Santos, the late Budget Secretary Emilia Boncodin, Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima, Social Welfare Secretary Corazon Soliman, Land Reform Secretary Rene Villa, Customs Commissioner Alberto Lina and Internal Revenue Commissioner Guillermo Parayno. * READ MORE...

ALSO: Butch Abad ready to explain DAP, but needs clearance from Aquino 

JULY 12 --Buoyed by his boss’ vote of confidence, Budget Secretary Florencio Abad is now ready to face the public and explain the Disbursement Acceleration Program. Abad said Saturday he was prepared to give up his post, but was grateful President Benigno Aquino rejected his resignation. And since the President has decided his fate, Abad said it was useless to talk about why he did not tender an irrevocable resignation. “The Senate hearing will be a good forum to speak about DAP and to respond to the baseless allegations about DAP,” he said in a text message to the Inquirer. Abad said he would honor an invitation from the Senate finance committee to explain the DAP in its July 21 hearing. He would have to clear this with the President, however, he added. “I just need to get a clearance from the President as I will speak on his behalf. If he says yes, I will, of course,” he said. Senator Francis Escudero, finance committee chair, directed Abad to submit a complete list of the special allotment release orders (SAROs) that were disbursed under the DAP, including the amounts of releases and projects. A SARO is issued by the Department of Budget and Management to confirm that a budget request for a certain project has been approved. On Saturday, deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte said the Department of Budget and Management was collating the list of 116 DAP-funded projects and would disclose this at the appropriate time. * READ MORE...

ALSO: UNA urges PNoy to stop defending DAP

JULY 13 --The United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) urged President Benigno Aquino III to move on from defending the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP). In a statement ahead of Aquino’s planned address on Monday, UNA secretary general Toby Tiangco said: “The Supreme Court did not say government should stop because of its decision to declare DAP unconstitutional. Why keep on justifying something that has been unanimously ruled as illegal?” Tiangco said no amount of explanation can justify the DAP, as he urged Aquino to instead focus on upholding the Constitution. “The cardinal principle is simple: No one is above the law. Hindi nga po kayo gumagamit ng wang-wang, pero direkta naman po ninyong nilabag ang Constitution which you are sworn to defend and uphold,” he said. Noting the Aquino administration has only two years left, Tiangco said it is wasting time in pushing an unconstitutional fund. “Sila mismo sa Administrasyon ang nagsabi na the President is committed to continue the reforms in the last two years of his term. I urge the President to use those two years in improving the lives of our people instead of defending DAP. Maraming taong hanggang ngayon ay wala pa ring maayos na malilipatan sa mga lugar na sinalanta ng Yolanda. Maraming umaasa at naghihintay magkaroon ng trabaho,” he added. Tiangco also fears that Executive Order 464 created under former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo will make a comeback in the administration of her top critic. * READ MORE...


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President Benigno Aquino III delivering a televised address last year to defend the Disbursement Acceleration Program. Robert Viñas/Malacanang Photo Bureau

MANILA, JULY 14, 2014 (PHILSTAR) By Louis Bacani — President Benigno Aquino III's rejection of Budget Secretary Florencio Abad's resignation offer only strengthens the efforts to impeach the Chief Executive, a lawmaker said.

"Non-acceptance of resignation gives further resolve for the impeachment of the President. Betrayal of [public] trust [includes] cronyism and favoritism," Kabataan Party-list Representative Terry Ridon said in his Twitter account.

Ridon said this after Aquino announced that he turned down Abad's resignation on Thursday amid the controversy arising from the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP), which was declared partially unconstitutional by the Supreme Court (SC).

He said the President's rejection of Abad's resignation "clearly shows that Palace is unrepentant for DAP" despite the high court ruling and public clamor against the budget chief.

The youth lawmaker said Abad's resignation is "insincere" since it is not irrevocable.

"Bumenta na 'yan. Sec. Petilla did the same gimmick last year," Ridon said in his Twitter account, referring to Energy Secretary Jericho Petilla who offered to resign after missing his self-imposed deadline to bring back power to disaster-hit areas.

* One of the petitioners in the high court against the DAP, Ridon had said they will be preparing all necessary charges against officials involved in the implementation of the controversial stimulus fund scheme.

Ridon said the SC decision on the DAP is a "solid ground" for culpable violation of the Constitution and betrayal of public trust, both of which are impeachable offenses.

Abad, meanwhile, can be charged with malversation of public funds at "the bare minimum" for crafting and implementing the DAP.

The budget chief is considered as the brains behind the DAP, which was introduced by the Aquino administration in 2011 to pump-prime the economy by realigning government savings from slow-moving projects to other programs.

In its 92-page decision, the SC said "authors, proponents and implementors" of the DAP can have criminal, civil, administrative and other liabilities "unless there are concrete findings of good faith in their favor by the proper tribunals."

The Aquino administration has claimed that the DAP was done in good faith and was beneficial to the people.

Noy turns down Abad resignation By Delon Porcalla (The Philippine Star) | Updated July 12, 2014 - 12:00am


Cabinet members react after President Aquino announced that he was rejecting Budget Secretary Florencio Abad’s resignation at a meeting in Malacañang yesterday.

MANILA, Philippines - Under fire for the Disbursement Acceleration Program that he is believed to have engineered, Budget Secretary Florencio Abad tendered a courtesy resignation that was immediately rejected by President Aquino who said the DAP had benefited the people.

The Chief Executive made the surprise announcement yesterday morning in a meeting with Cabinet members, wherein the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) chief presented the national budget for 2015.

“Secretary Abad gave me a letter (Thursday) tendering his resignation from the Cabinet and I have considered the same and I have decided not to accept his resignation,” Aquino told Cabinet officials at the Aguinaldo State Dining Room.

Cabinet officials – except Vice President Jejomar Binay – applauded after Aquino made the announcement.

“To accept his resignation is to assign to him a wrong and I cannot accept the notion that doing right by our people is a wrong. Therefore, I have decided not to accept his resignation and I think the whole Cabinet should be made aware of this,” Aquino said.

“Even our most vociferous critics grant that DAP has benefited our people,” he added.

Butch no stranger to quitting Cabinet By Aurea Calica (The Philippine Star) | Updated July 12, 2014 - 12:00am 0 711 googleplus0 0


Abad

MANILA, Philippines - From rock stars to traitors: Budget Secretary Florencio Abad once used this to describe how they were regarded after he and several Cabinet members resigned en masse from the Arroyo administration over corruption issues.

They were called the “Hyatt 10” because 10 of them in the Arroyo Cabinet announced their resignation at the Hyatt Hotel in Pasay City in 2005.

A day before their resignation, then President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo announced a major Cabinet revamp, apparently in a preemptive move since she had already been informed of their plan by then Vice President Noli de Castro.

De Castro would have replaced Arroyo if moves to oust her had succeeded, according to reports.

In the 2010 elections, the group of Abad was then called the “Balay Group” that supported the tandem of President Aquino and Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas II in the 2010 elections.

Roxas lost to Vice President Jejomar Binay, who was supported by the “Samar or Noy-Bi Group” of Sen. Francis Escudero and Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa Jr.

It was called “Balay” in reference to the house of Roxas in Cubao, Quezon City.

The “Samar” group was called such because of its headquarters on Samar Avenue also in Quezon City.

The Hyatt 10 was composed of then education secretary Abad, Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Teresita Quintos Deles, who held the same position during the time of Arroyo; then National Anti-Poverty Commission Secretary Imelda Nicolas, Trade Secretary Juan Santos, the late Budget Secretary Emilia Boncodin, Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima, Social Welfare Secretary Corazon Soliman, Land Reform Secretary Rene Villa, Customs Commissioner Alberto Lina and Internal Revenue Commissioner Guillermo Parayno.

* Abad, along with Purisima, is credited for his key role in the country’s economic growth under the current administration, while Deles is acknowledged for her contribution to the forging of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro between the government and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front.

Roxas, on the other hand, is seen as possible standard bearer for the Liberal Party and the Balay Group in 2016.

The Balay members also hold vital positions in the Aquino administration, which is seen as an advantage for the presidential candidate they will support in 2016.

Factions?

The situation shows how important it is to assess not just the candidates but the groups behind them as well.

Infighting in the Aquino administration is caused mainly by the existence of two factions, which the Palace denies.

Aquino is perceived as the one shielding his Cabinet members from criticism rather than the other way around and this makes him look better or worse, depending on who is talking.

But for his Cabinet, infighting’s worst effect is felt most during difficult times, including the aftermath of Super Typhoon Yolanda.

One wonders if the President and his Cabinet are pushing each other up or pulling each other down, or if Aquino can still afford to let go of people close to him at this time when his administration only has two years left.

Still, everything depends on the circumstances. During good times, nobody minds the difference between the Balay Group and the Samar Group. But in times of crisis, lines are drawn and those perceived to have messed things up are called to resign or accept termination.

Prayer

Indeed, from rock stars one day, government officials can evolve into something else the next.

Arroyo never recovered from her political crises after the “Hello, Garci” cheating allegations, the Hyatt 10 resignation and corruption scandals one after another.

In her prayer before Abad’s budget presentation at the Palace, Deles revealed more about what the Cabinet members were going through at this time along with Aquino.

“We raise our voice in prayer in this holy month of Ramadan when all humanity is blessed through the fasting, prayer and sacrifice of the Muslim Imam worldwide. God Creator, Jesus Redeemer, Holy Spirit, Sustainer, today we are gathered together at a time more challenging than most. Several issues threaten to engulf the ship of state and thus derail our ‘tuwid na daan’ (straight path),” Deles said.

Aquino, during the meeting, announced his rejection of Abad’s resignation, saying allowing the Department of Budget and Management chief to quit would mean an admission that the DAP implementation was wrong even if no funds had been misused under the program.

“We, individually and as a Cabinet, under the leadership of President Aquino, have embraced public service as our calling. But the season of disquiet and turmoil has so sorely tested our souls. Legal cases have been filed against our fellow Cabinet members ascribing bad faith and more, where there is none,” Deles said in her prayer.

“As we seek the way forward through today’s discussion and debates, we ask three things. The first is to remind us that politics can become friend, not foe. In fact, many of us have wagered on transformational politics, embracing governance as premier arena for social change,” she said.

“Remind us that the power of naming is the power of defining and redefining. Help us in this hour of doubt to hold fast to this vision of a new politics that stands in judgment of the old, even as we know that politics is a two-edged sword. Make us politic enough to become serpents and gentle as doves. Sharpen our skills and keep fresh our vision,” Deles said.

The second thing that Deles sought was for “God Creator, Redeemer, Sustainer” to grant them “humility.”

“Boldly striking out on daang matuwid, we have called the high and mighty to account for wrongdoing through due process. We have instituted reforms across our respective spheres of governance. We have initiated and enriched social programs to fast-track our anti-poverty mandate. But always we must ask ourselves: Have we done enough? Or too little? Or too much? Or too late? Have we done the right thing in a right way? So many of our people still have needs we have not served. Too many of our communities are still sundered and their potential stunted. Give us the humility to heed and honor the lessons from our missed targets and shortcomings,” Deles said.

“The third and final thing we seek today is grace – abiding grace, amazing grace. All of us here have devoted our passions and seasons to making real a credo, the common wealth for the common will. As former activists, some of us, and as government functionaries, all of us, this fire still burns in our belly. But we know that our best can only go so far. We know that life has a way of confounding our best-laid plans. And so we come to you this morning seeking your mercy, your compassion, your grace.”

The President has been under extreme pressure to fire Abad since the Supreme Court’s July 1 ruling declaring certain acts under DAP unconstitutional. Abad is a close friend of Aquino and a stalwart of the ruling Liberal Party.

The President has also been defending Abad – although unofficially – from accusations that the latter was involved in the pork barrel scam.

Asked to comment on Aquino’s rejection of Abad’s resignation offer, Binay said the “President has made a decision and I respect his decision.”

He said “the decision to accept or reject the resignation is the prerogative of the President.” He said officials should be careful about their moves lest the DAP controversy would evolve into a bigger crisis.

Binay earlier said disclosure of all projects funded through DAP would be “a good starting point” for proving “good faith” on the part of officials involved in such projects.

“Let me state as a lawyer that the question of accountabilities of government officials would have to be reckoned as part of the legal and logical consequences of this groundbreaking decision. As you all know, the Supreme Court has placed the onus of proving ‘good faith’ on those who conceived and implemented the DAP,” Binay said in a speech during the regular meeting of the Rotary Club of Manila.

“But where do we start? For me, a good starting point would be to make available to the public all the projects funded by DAP. This is after all, consistent with the tenets of full transparency that is the cornerstone of the Aquino administration and I do hope my colleagues will reconsider a reported decision to withhold the release of the so-called DAP list,” he added.

Mixed reactions

The President’s rejection of Abad’s resignation drew mixed reactions from senators and members of the House of Representatives.

Senators Vicente Sotto III, Antonio Trillanes IV, Grace Poe, Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and Juan Edgardo Angara said they respect the President’s prerogative with regard to Abad’s case.

While it is the President’s prerogative to keep Abad, Poe said the executive department should still be able to explain how the multibillion-peso DAP funds were used.

Poe also batted for a special audit of all disbursements under the DAP.

“That is the President’s exclusive prerogative. I maintain that what is really important now is Secretary Abad’s explanation to the public of the disbursements under DAP and the COA (Commission on Audit) special audit of the same,” Poe said.

“This is the only way the public can be assured and enlightened on how the billions in public money were spent consistent with the government’s claim of good faith,” Poe added.

Angara, for his part, said Abad’s decision shows the latter’s being sensitive to public opinion.

“The resignation of Abad in the wake of the Supreme Court decision striking down the DAP as unconstitutional shows he has a sense of delicadeza and is not insensitive to public opinion,” Angara said.

“As to the President’s rejection of such a resignation, we cannot fault the President if he feels that Sec. Abad is more of an asset than liability serving in his Cabinet,” Angara, chairman of the Senate committee on ways and means, said.

Trillanes said the President’s move reflected the President’s readiness to support his close allies even if such decision would go against public opinion.

“From a leadership perspective, it is the right thing to do. You don’t punish a subordinate for an action that you believe is right and you have adopted yourself,” Trillanes said. “From a political perspective, it will cause a PR crisis. Having said this, I would have done the same.”

Marcos said the DAP issue should have preeminence over the President’s friendship with Abad.

“Now, I can understand that the President values friendship. However, the people are asking – where is this issue headed? For me, this is beyond friendship,” Marcos said.

Marcos pointed out that the DAP is an issue of accountability and that “even the President is accountable to the people.”

Marcos said that while he accepts the President’s decision, he finds it disappointing.

“That just shows that the President is still very much convinced of the rationale put forth by Secretary Abad on the Disbursement Acceleration Program, regardless of what the highest tribunal of the land said,” he said.

He said the President’s next move should be to ask Abad to account for the millions released through DAP.

“The President must do the right thing – at least make Abad answer the nagging questions of the people: where did those funds go? Will Abad be willing to open their records for the people to look at so that there is no more doubt as to where the DAP was used?”

He said until issues are addressed, the DAP controversy is likely to bedevil the administration until the end of its term. “And this is not good for the economy, not good for the people, and especially not good for the country,” Marcos added.

No funds stolen

For Eastern Samar Rep. Ben Evardone, Aquino was right about his decision to reject Abad’s resignation because the latter “has not pocketed a single centavo from DAP.”

“The only mistake of Abad was to put a name to the use of savings to various laudable projects and programs that spurred economic activities,” Evardone said.

He said Abad has been instrumental in “initiating various reforms in budgeting to ensure transparency, accountability and prudent use of public funds.”

Cavite Rep. Elpidio Barzaga said critics are banking too much on the Supreme Court decision that declared only a few portions of the DAP as unconstitutional.

Parañaque City Rep. Gustavo Tambunting, meanwhile, said it was Aquino’s prerogative or even privilege to accept or refuse the resignation of anyone in his Cabinet.

But he said the President’s rejection of Abad’s resignation reinforces perception that the administration’s daang matuwid (straight path) applies only to “other people, especially his political nemeses and not his friends, party-mates and allies.”

Buhay party-list Rep. Lito Atienza called Aquino’s rejection of Abad’s resignation “very disappointing.” He also warned Aquino to watch his back, claiming Abad had betrayed two presidents already – Joseph Estrada and Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.

“What happened has no credibility at all in the eyes of the public as Abad could have made his resignation irrevocable, and PNoy should have accepted it,” Atienza said.

Kabataan party-list Rep. Terry Ridon said the resignation was just a publicity stunt. Paolo Romero, Christina Mendez, Jose Rodel Clapano

FROM THE INQUIRER

Butch Abad ready to explain DAP, but needs clearance from Aquino By TJ Burgonio |Philippine Daily Inquirer 6:00 pm | Saturday, July 12th, 2014


DBM Sec. Butch Abad and the President

MANILA, Philippines—Buoyed by his boss’ vote of confidence, Budget Secretary Florencio Abad is now ready to face the public and explain the Disbursement Acceleration Program.

Abad said Saturday he was prepared to give up his post, but was grateful President Benigno Aquino rejected his resignation. And since the President has decided his fate, Abad said it was useless to talk about why he did not tender an irrevocable resignation.

“The Senate hearing will be a good forum to speak about DAP and to respond to the baseless allegations about DAP,” he said in a text message to the Inquirer.

Abad said he would honor an invitation from the Senate finance committee to explain the DAP in its July 21 hearing. He would have to clear this with the President, however, he added.

“I just need to get a clearance from the President as I will speak on his behalf. If he says yes, I will, of course,” he said.

Senator Francis Escudero, finance committee chair, directed Abad to submit a complete list of the special allotment release orders (SAROs) that were disbursed under the DAP, including the amounts of releases and projects.

A SARO is issued by the Department of Budget and Management to confirm that a budget request for a certain project has been approved.

On Saturday, deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte said the Department of Budget and Management was collating the list of 116 DAP-funded projects and would disclose this at the appropriate time.

* Asked when he intended to disclose details of the DAP, such as sources, releases and projects, Abad said he would defer to Office of the Solicitor General to make the proper determination.

“That will be a consideration in the legal options that our lawyers led by the OSG are contemplating on. I cannot speak for them,’’ he said.

“I will not speculate yet on what I can say or cannot say [in the hearing] as I do not know yet what legal options the government will take, if it will undertake one at all,’’ he said later on.

Malacañang had earlier said it was withholding release of the list of DAP projects pending study of the Supreme Court ruling by the OSG. The government has 15 days to file a motion for reconsideration.

FROM ABS-CBN

UNA urges PNoy to stop defending DAP  ABS-CBNnews.com Posted at 07/13/2014 4:25 PM | Updated as of 07/13/2014 11:52 PM


TIANGCO

MANILA -- The United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) urged President Benigno Aquino III to move on from defending the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP).

In a statement ahead of Aquino’s planned address on Monday, UNA secretary general Toby Tiangco said: “The Supreme Court did not say government should stop because of its decision to declare DAP unconstitutional. Why keep on justifying something that has been unanimously ruled as illegal?”

Tiangco said no amount of explanation can justify the DAP, as he urged Aquino to instead focus on upholding the Constitution.

“The cardinal principle is simple: No one is above the law. Hindi nga po kayo gumagamit ng wang-wang, pero direkta naman po ninyong nilabag ang Constitution which you are sworn to defend and uphold,” he said.

Noting the Aquino administration has only two years left, Tiangco said it is wasting time in pushing an unconstitutional fund.

“Sila mismo sa Administrasyon ang nagsabi na the President is committed to continue the reforms in the last two years of his term. I urge the President to use those two years in improving the lives of our people instead of defending DAP. Maraming taong hanggang ngayon ay wala pa ring maayos na malilipatan sa mga lugar na sinalanta ng Yolanda. Maraming umaasa at naghihintay magkaroon ng trabaho,” he added.

Tiangco also fears that Executive Order 464 created under former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo will make a comeback in the administration of her top critic.

* The Senate has summoned Budget Secretary Florencio Abad, who is widely believed to be the author of the DAP, to appear before it and explain the controversial fund.

“Now Secretary Abad is saying that he has to get clearance from the President before going to the Senate -- wow, parang EO 464. The burden that PNoy carries all the time is that he keeps on defending his men. But now, it has reached a point where he is protecting a constitution offender and in effect he is also violating the law,” Tiangco said.

Aquino announced on Friday he dismissed Abad’s resignation.

“Good faith or even ignorance does not exempt anyone who abused and defied the law. Matalino ang taumbayan, and they can see that the President defending those who are blameworthy and justifying the P170-billion DAP that came from the people’s money. Defending DAP will further pull him down, and they know too well that there is no justification for violating the Constitution,” Tiangco said.


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