Rep. Roman urges for the building of a Center for Bataan Studies

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  • Raffy C. V.
  • 4 years ago

BALANGA CITY, Bataan – First District Representative Geraldine B. Roman is advocating the local government authorities to undertake necessary measure for the setting up of a Center for Bataan Studies inside the capitol compound here.
Speaking before local reporters in a press conference during the observance of the first celebration of the province’s foundation day after 262 years held at Tangway Restaurant last Thursday (January 10), Roman explained the proposed House bill which she will co-author with Representative Jose Enrique S. Garcia lll of Bataan second congressional district would result to an edifice that would rekindle the great achievements of the past generations of Bataan.
Rep. Roman specified the establishment of the Center for Bataan Studies would be the precise location for researchers, professionals, educators, students and other sectors on archeological relics, scientific values, valuable artistic records, cultural and historical documents about the province and its people.
With prime objective of inculcating the rich cultural and historical heritages of the province, the Center would be the best venue for museum, display of unique ancient artifacts, documentary archives, library and other significant manuscripts and materials.
Like other provinces with the same concept, Ms. Roman emphasized that the provincial government would have extensive degree authority for the preservation, safekeeping and maintenance of the center
A group of Bataan Historical Committee members is looking at the lucrative prospect of turning the Center into a tourist spot .

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