Anti-graft executive resigns to support Noynoy and Mar

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

By Juan Escandor Jr.
Inquirer Southern Luzon

NAGA CITY, Philippines—With the formal launch of the tandem of Senators Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III and Manuel “Mar” Roxas II as standard-bearers of the Liberal Party, an executive officer of the Presidential Anti-Graft Commission (PAGC) has resigned to support the two’s campaign for the 2010 elections.

Commissioner Jaime Jacob revealed Monday that he resigned from the PAGC so that he could freely support the campaign of the LP candidates for the top positions.



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Anonymous said...

Magandang araw po.

Nakakalungkot talagang isipin na sa mahigit na isang dekadang bumoboto ako ay wala halos pinagkaiba ang pangalan na isinusulat ko sa balota. Kung meron may ay wala naman pinagka-iba ang systema.

Now we are going automated election. I would like to inform and remind our voters, especially those who are less fortunate, less educated and used by politician to somehow thru or by your office you could constantly remind them of their power to choose the rightful leader.

It will be also great if Philippine Tv or Radio Network could also allot an hour / daily of RADIO program that will serve ON AIR the CRY and VOICE of the Filipino people thru their text message, internet message, fax and phone message. I think this method is much needed now or during the campaign period that our voters will have a nationwide medium of exchanging their thoughts in shaping and evolving our wanna be leaders.

Through the peoples views and comments, you can evaluate in what aspect our leaders should focus in making the Filipino lives get better.

Here I give you some of my views:
please campaign for ANTI DYNASTY BILL
campaign to VOTE for congressman who supports ANTI DYNASTY BILL
now is the time to change the MENTALITY of congress.
DO NOT VOTE diehard allies of GMA, walang delicadeza, palabra de honor at

1) Disqualify all elected official who has a long list of family in our political arena. Kaya di umasenso bayan natin kasi kamag-anak system.
2) Imprison all local official found guilty of fostering illegal settlers all around metro manila. May “BATAS” na bawal sila duon pero rason ni Mayor o Cong.
“walang relocation” the truth is DAGDAG BOTO para sa kanila yan.
3) Have a lifestyle check sa municipal o local level offices. Ilang mayor na ang nagdaan pero nandun pa rin si City Chief engr at asst. engr. sa municipyo dahil nga may security
of tenure. Ang resulta puro de-presyo na ang mga pirma nila, iskwater dito iskwater duon, kalsadang pang sampung buwan lang itatagal atbp.
4) Ipakulong ang mga mayor o governor na nag-project ng street lighting before election (just to gain vote for a 2nd term at pampapogi) then after winning and having it lighted for about 2 week ay WALA NG PAKINABANG ang mga pailaw nila. Milyon ang nasayang at nabulsa.
5) Kung maari lang ay gumawa ng BATAS KONTRA PUBLIC WORK SIGNAGE o BILLBOARD na may mukha ni PULITIKO. hindi nila pera ang ginagastos diyan at wala rin kaming utang na loob sa kanila. Obligasyon niya ang public service.
6) Don’t re-elect Congressman who made NO effort in
generating jobs in their respective districts. Kaya overcrowded at polluted ang Manila dahil sa migration ng rural habitant.

ang pang huli ay BAWAS-BAWASAN ninyo ang pakikipag-alyansa politikal. Iyan ang sanhi kaya wala pang mapa-kulong na mayor o congressman ukol sa kanyang corruption at negligence in duties.

I hope we will somehow find a way where we-the Filipino people can voice out our disappointments, complains and opinion over the Government. Because as per my observation, the government will not act unless there is a CAMERA right at their face or a MEDIA exposure.

Philippines is a democratic country, the benefits should be FOR the Filipino people and the country’s destiny is BY the Filipino people. If we the people will have no way in the MEDIA airwaves, and only the people in power / broadcaster / actors were constantly ON it. Who do you think most of the people will vote? I say “anyone from them”, the past elections was already a battle of popularity in Media coverage. Now is the time to change it, let the people be heard or be seen so that they may vote WISELY.

MARAMI PONG SALAMAT at napag-bigyan ninyo ng tuon ang aking sulat. God bless.

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