Aware of the criticisms on his leadership, incumbent FCSC President Eric T. Amarille said that his personal problems affected the performance of his administration.
“Nasabutan ko ‘yung point ng mga yasabi sa ako. And yaamin ko man, lately talaga nagkaigwa akong personal na problema and kinaipo kong maghalayo mun’a sa eskwelahan,” explained Amarille.
But according to him, he left their pending tasks to several FCSC officers whom he assigned to take charge during his absence.
“Habo ko mang mapabayaan ang responsibilidad ko uya kaya naghubon akong tugon sa sakuyang mga official. Pero since graduating na si Vice, nasakitan na rin mag-asikaso,” said Amarille.
“Feeling nila wala na kasi wala nang kumikilos,” he added.
In an interview with the CSU Statesman, one of the student officials said that their plans had been waiting to be implemented after this school year’s semestral break.
The delayed projects are the crafting of policies on the use of the computers donated by CSU Without Borders; implementation of student meal passes; and installation of Wi-Fi connection at the Student Center.
After the sem break, the officers that Amarille designated to finalize the FCSC’s projects were distressed, because they could not contact the president, and transactions cannot be made without him.
“Ngunyan, ‘yung mga unfinished business ko, yabalikan ko na. Ako man syempre ang matapos kaini,” said Eric.
The purchased trash cans have been distributed to the different buildings at CSU.
He added that if any of the recent candidates for presidency throws criticisms at his office, then he’ll face them.
“Presidents are subject to criticisms. Pero sa ako dai man na ‘yon ta bako man ako ang ga-run ngunyang election,” said the incumbent president.
John Ely B. Templonuevo