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Baguio curfew edict amendment sought
by PIO release

The city council approved on first reading a proposed ordinance amending Baguio’s Curfew Ordinance.

The ordinance authored by Councilor Elaine Sembrano bans children from loitering, roaming, or playing on the streets, roads, plazas, parks, Internet shops, amusement or gaming facilities, or other public places or establishments in the city between 9 p.m. and 4 a.m. The prevailing curfew for minors in the city is from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m.

Under the ordinance, a child is a person 16 years old.

Sembrano said the proposed amendments is intended at addressing recent developments wherein children are required to conduct researches online and are left with no recourse but to stay late in Internet shops, especially those who have no connections at home.

Students have complained that the 7 p.m. curfew for minors is early considering that there are also some educational institutions that dismiss their afternoon classes close to the scheduled curfew. This is why some are on the streets during the curfew.

Guardians will also be penalized if they allow their wards to loiter, roam, or play in public places during the curfew hours.

Business operators who allow minors to loiter in their establishments during the curfew hours will also be fined P3,000 on first offense; P5,000 on second offense; and closure of the establishment or non-renewal of business permit on third offense.


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