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AG not saying if Limtiaco up for U.S. Attorney seat

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo's office will not comment on whether the delegate has submitted a nomination to President Barack Obama for the U.S. Attorney position for Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.  U.S. Attorney Lenny Rapadas has been filling the position, but his four-year term has already expired. 

Bordallo's staff would not confirm whether or not the congresswoman submitted Attorney General Alicia Limtiaco's name for the position.  Staffers only said the office does not have any comment on the matter at this time. 

AG's Office Spokesperson Eric Palacios confirms with KUAM that Limtiaco's nomination has not occurred yet.  He could not say whether or not Limtiaco had been asked by the congresswoman to take up that position that requires Senate confirmation.

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