Excerpt from an article on GMANews.TV:
MANILA, Philippines â€“ Even before it gets off the ground, militant migrants groupsâ€™ â€œno remittance day” campaign is already creating discomfort for the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas and Malacanang.
Deputy presidential spokesman Lorelei Fajardo described the move as â€œirresponsible and tantamount to economic sabotage.”
BSP deputy governor Diwa Gunigundo candidly admitted that non-remittance by overseas Filipino workers would have tremendous impact on the economy.
He appealed to Filipinos overseas to find other ways to express their disgust at the Arroyo government. â€œThis (remittance boycott) will have a big effect to the country. Perhaps they can still find other ways [to express their protest],” he said.
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