By MB Online 

A day after students and teachers of Araullo High School re-painted the vandalized walls of their school, an anarchy symbol was painted on the school’s wall this time on United Nations Avenue in Manila, Wednesday.

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Students and teachers of Araullo High School re-painted the vandalized walls of their school, November 19, 2019. (MANILA PIO / MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO)

No group has come forward to claim responsibility for the new graffiti.

Araullo High School students and teachers have just finished re-painting the school’s walls which were recently vandalized by militant artist group “Panday Sining”.

Manila Mayor Isko Moreno earlier ordered to maintain the orderliness and cleanliness of the city.

Last week, Panday Sining also claimed responsibility for vandalizing the newly painted Lagusnilad underpass of Manila. The local government has since painted over the red slogans.

The local government of Manila has an existing ordinance against vandalism known as the Ordinance No. 7971 or the Anti-Vandalism Law of 1999.

Any person caught violating the ordinance will pay a fine of not less than P1, 000 but not more than P5, 000 of not less than six months nor more than one year or both such fine and imprisonment at the discretion of the court.

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