Palace hopes many bar exam passers will join government
Malacañang is hopeful that many of those who passed the 2016 bar examinations will join government service.
“We pray that many of the successful examinees would pursue a career in government and join us in building a progressive and inclusive nation with a trustworthy government run by young people full of idealism, integrity and excellence,” Undersecretary Ernesto Abella, presidential spokesperson, said in a statement on Wednesday.
Earlier in the day, the Supreme Court released the results of the 2016 bar examinations with 3,747 out of 6,344 examinees passing.
Karen Mae Calam, a graduate of the from the University of San Carlos in Cebu, topped the exam with a grade of 89.05 percent. /atm
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