Cavite State University Students forced to attend Binay’s SONA

A memo requiring the 3rd and 4th students of Cavite State University to attend VP Jejomar Binay ‘True’ State of the Nation Address (TSONA) ‘needs explanation’ according to presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda.

“Pres. Divinia Chavez of Cavite State University should perhaps explain why students were required 2 attend VP’s TSONA,” Lacierda said is a tweet post on Monday.


The memo dated July 30, signed by CSU president Divinia Chavez, reads:

“The Central Student Government (CSG) will be sponsoring a STUDENT ASSEMBLY on Aug. 3, 2015, 4:00 pm at the University Gymnasium. All 3rd and 4th year students are required to attend the said activity. Kindly excuse from their classes those who will participate in the said event. Attendance shall be checked by CSG officers. For compliance.”

The Palace probe the Commission on Higher Education to look into a school memo requiring students of CSU to attend VP Binay’s TSONA.

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