Rep. Rafael Mariano, pinakamahirap na kongresista; Manny Pacquiao, nag-iisang bilyonaryong mambabatas sa Kamara

admin   •   May 24, 2013   •   5068

GRAPHICS: Top 5 Poorest  Congressmen (UNTV News)

GRAPHICS: Top 5 Poorest Congressmen (UNTV News)

MANILA, Philippines — Hindi ikinahihiya ni Anakpawis Representative Rafael Mariano na siya ang pinakamahirap na mambabatas batay sa inilabas na Statement of Assets Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN) ng House of Reprensentatives.

Batay sa kanyang 2012 SALN, may networth lamang si Cong. Mariano ng P92,507.

Mula pa noong 2004 sa 13th Congress, si Mariano na ang may pinakamaliit na networth sa lahat ng mga mambabatas.

Pahayag ng mambabatas, ikinararangal niya kung anoman ang kalagayan niya sa buhay sa kasalukuyan dahil isa lamang siyang anak ng magsasaka sa Quezon Province.

Sinabi pa nito na ang pagiging mambabatas ay hindi nasusukat kung ikaw ay milyonaryo o bilyonaryo.

Aniya, ang mahalaga aniya sa kabila ng pagiging mahirap ay may mga batas siyang naisulong para sa mga marginalized and underrepresented sector na kinakatawan nya sa Kongreso.

“Ang mahalaga ay masigasig kang naglilingkod sa masa yung nararamdaman mo yung kanilang mainit ay mayamang pagmamahal nila sa mga lider at kinatawan ang Anakpawis.”

Bukod kay Mariano, lima pang mambabatas ang may pinakamaliit na net worth.

Narito ang listahan ng Top 5 poorest congressmen:

1. Rep. Rafael Mariano                         P 92, 507

2. Rep. Daisy Fuentes                           P 118,000

3. Rep. Raymond Palatino                 P 205,000

4. Rep. Arlene Bag-ao                           P 230,788.96

5. Rep. Teddy Casiño                            P 446,389.95

 

Samantala, sa ikatlong pagkakataon si Saranggani Rep. Manny Pacquiao pa rin ang pinakamayamang mambabatas at nag-iisang bilyonaryo sa mababang kapulungan ng Kongreso.

Base sa kanyang SALN, si Congressman Pacquiao ay mayroong net worth na P1.7 billion pesos at walang liabilities o utang.

Narito ang listahan ng Top 5 Richest Congressmen:

  1. Rep. Manny Pacquiao                              P 1.7 billion
  2. Rep. Imelda Marcos                                 P 922.8 million
  3. Rep. Feliciano Belmonte Jr.                  P 817 million
  4. Rep. Alfredo Benitez                                P 702 million
  5. Rep. Julio Ledesma IV                           P 590 million

 

Samantala, ayon naman kay House Secretary General Atty. Marilyn Baura-Yap, natagalan bago  naisapubliko ang SALN ng mga mambabatas dahil kinailangan pa nilang i-review kung tama ang pag-fill up nila sa dokumento. (Grace Casin & Ruth Navales, UNTV News)

Villar, Pacquiao among billionaire senators in 2020

Marje Pelayo   •   September 21, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — Senator Cynthia Villar remains the richest senator based on the 2020 Statements of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN).

Based on the SALN released by the Senate of the Philippines, Villar has a net worth of P3.87 billion followed by boxing Senator Manny Pacquiao who has a net worth of P3.18 billion.

Meanwhile, detained Senator Leila de Lima ranked the poorest among senators with a net worth of P9.54 million.

The release of SALNs has been a practice to inform the public of the assets of government officials for transparency.

Though recently, Malacañang has been arguing against it saying President Rodrigo Duterte may opt not to release his SALN and leave the matter to the Office of the Ombudsman.

List of richest, poorest senators based on 2020 SALN:

Cynthia Villa P3,875,696,435
Manny Pacquiao – P3,187,092,600
Ralph Recto – P581,071,657
Juan Miguel Zubiri – P220,736,702
Ramon Revilla – P179,958,909
Juan Edgardo Angara – P150,898,358
Franklin Drilon – P106,862,853
Grace Poe – P101,327,620
Sherwin Gatchalian – 91,213,596
Vicente Sotto III – P85,643,477
Pia Cayetano – P84,891,678
Richard Gordon – P77,569,572
Manuel Lapid – P74,948,572
Francis Tolentino – P59,582,000
Nancy Binay – P59,770,251
Panfilo Lacson – P58,330,268
Aquilino Pimentel III – P37,203,400
Imee Marcos – P36,270,467
Ronald Dela Rosa – P34,383,136
Joel Villanueva – P33,029,725
Francis Pangilinan – P23,941,333
Christopher Lawrence Go – P22,274,508
Risa Hontiveros – P16,720, 359
Leila De Lima – P9,544,111

DOTr orders department officials to submit SALN to anti-corruption task force

Aileen Cerrudo   •   November 23, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — In accordance with the national government’s initiative to curb graft and corruption in all government departments, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has ordered its officials to submit their Statement of Assets Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN) to the anti-graft task force.

DOTr Secretary Arthur Tugade said the department supports the government and has already ordered all the heads of agencies and other DOTr officials, including officials’ chief-of-staff, secretaries, executive assistants, to submit their SALN.

“Makikiisa kami d’yan sa mega task force. Nag-meeting na kami [at susundin namin ang requirement ng PACC (Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission) para sa ganoon, maipakita na kaisa kami dun sa pagwalis at pag-address ng corruption sa gobyerno (We will support the mega task force. We already had a meeting and agreed to comply with the requirement asked for by the PACC so we can show that we are cooperating with the government in addressing and eradicating corruption),” he said.

President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the Department of Justice (DOJ) last October to probe graft and corruption in all government offices. AAC

Roque to ask Duterte if he wants to release his SALN

Marje Pelayo   •   October 30, 2020

 MANILA, Philippines — Members of the opposition have questioned Malacañang anew why it cannot release to the public the details of President Rodrigo Duterte’s statement of assets, liabilities and network (SALN) following the release of the senators’ SALN.

To end further speculations on the issue, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said he will discuss the matter with the President and ask him if he wants his SALN to be made public.

“Mag-uusap po kami ng ating presidente. Para matapos na po itong issue na ito ay tatanungin ko po baka naman po magbigay ng permiso ang presidente para isapubliko ang kaniyang SALN, [I will talk to the President. To end this issue, I will ask him if he would permit making his SALN public],” Roque said.

“Pero wala pong itinatago ang ating presidente. Bago po maglabas ng ganitong guidelines ang Ombdusman, taon-taon naman po inilalabas ng presidente ang kaniyang SALN, [But the president is not hiding anything. Before the Ombudsman released its guidelines, the President had been releasing his SALN to the public],” he added.

In a report released by the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ), the last time President Duterte’s SALN was made public was in 2016 and 2017 but it was no longer available in 2018 and 2019.

Malacañang insists that the Chief Executive is only following the guidelines issued by the Office of the Ombudsman over his SALN.

“Tatanungin po natin iyan sa Presidente. Kasi ang kaniyang posisyon bilang isang abogado, sundin namin ang guidelines ng Ombudsman [We will ask the President because his position as a lawyer is to follow the guidelines of the Ombudsman],” Roque said. MNP (with details from Rosalie Coz)

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