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SENATORIAL CANDIDATE

Loren Regina Bautista Legarda

Jan. 28, 1960

Aquarius

62 years old

Nationalist People's Coalition

  • BA Broadcast Communications, University of the Philippines Diliman (1981) (Cum Laude)
  • Master's Degree in National Security Administration, National Defense College of the Philippines (1993)

Professional Experience

  • Republic of the Philippines

    2007–2019; 1998–2004 Senator

  • UniTeam

    2021–Present Senate Representative

  • Senate Committee on Finance

    2013–2016; 2016–2019 Chairperson

  • Senate Committee on Climate Change

    2007–2019 Chairperson

  • Senate Committee on Cultural Communities

    2010–2016 Chairperson

  • Senate Committee on Foreign Relations

    2010–2013 Chairperson

  • Legislative Oversight Committee on the Visiting Forces Agreement

    2010–2013 Chairperson

  • Senate Oversight Committee on Climate Change

    2007–2013 Chairperson

  • Committee on Health and Demography

    2010–2013 Chairperson

  • Committee and Agriculture and Food

    2010–2013 Chairperson

  • Congressional Oversight Committee on Agriculture and Fisheries Modernization

    2010–2013 Chairperson

  • Committee on Economic Affairs

    2010–2013 Chairperson

  • Committee on Social Justice and Rural Development

    2010–2013 Chairperson

  • Senate Committee on Rules

    2001–2004 Majority Leader, concurrent Chairperson

  • Senate Committee on Economic Affairs

    1998–2001 Chairperson

  • Senate Committee on Tourism

    1998–2001 Chairperson

  • Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources

    1998–2001 Chairperson

  • Congressional district of Antique

    Representative

Significant Works/Projects

  • Senate of the Philippines

    Senator

    Principal sponsor and author for a significant number of laws, mostly focusing on tourism, health, consumers and especially a great number of environmental laws. Notable examples include Philippine Climate Change Act, Ecological Solid Waste Management Act, and Magna carta for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises.

  • Senate of the Philippines

    Senator

    Handbook on Disaster Preparedness and First Aid

  • Senate of the Philippines

    Senator

    Several documentaries on climate change and disaster risk reduction

  • Senate of the Philippines

    Senator

    Regional Disaster Risk Reduction Workshops

  • Senate of the Philippines

    Senator

    Baybayin Gallery

  • Senate of the Philippines

    Senator

    Hibla ng Lahing Filipino; the Philippines' first permanent textile gallery

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2015 Senator

    Philippines' reutrn to the 2015 Venice Art Biennale and 1st participation in the Venice Architecture Biennale (in collaboration with Department of Foreign Affairs and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts)

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2015 Senator

    Taklub, a 2015 film by Direk Brillante Mendoza (in collaboration with DENR, and Presidental Communications Operations Office-Philippine Information Agency)

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2011 Senator

    Regional assemblies and the first National Indigenous and Cultural Summit

  • SMEs and Livelihood

    • Upgraded "LOREN sa Bawat Barangay" program extends access to government services to every barangay in the country
  • Education

    • "One Tablet, One Student" Bill, providing public elementary, secondary, and university students an electronic learning tablet each student
    • Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act providing free tuition and other school fees in state universities and colleges
  • Environment

    • Preserving's the Philippines natural resources and continuing climate action
  • COVID-19 Response

    • A definite pandemic recovery budget to be allocated for health and economic recovery, to be included in during the annual implementation of the General Appropriations Act

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40 Loren Legarda

Track Record

  • Republic of the Philippines

    2007–2019; 1998–2004

    Senator

  • UniTeam

    2021–Present

    Senate Representative

  • Senate Committee on Finance

    2013–2016; 2016–2019

    Chairperson

  • Senate Committee on Climate Change

    2007–2019

    Chairperson

  • Senate Committee on Cultural Communities

    2010–2016

    Chairperson

  • Senate Committee on Foreign Relations

    2010–2013

    Chairperson

  • Legislative Oversight Committee on the Visiting Forces Agreement

    2010–2013

    Chairperson

  • Senate Oversight Committee on Climate Change

    2007–2013

    Chairperson

  • Committee on Health and Demography

    2010–2013

    Chairperson

  • Committee and Agriculture and Food

    2010–2013

    Chairperson

  • Congressional Oversight Committee on Agriculture and Fisheries Modernization

    2010–2013

    Chairperson

  • Committee on Economic Affairs

    2010–2013

    Chairperson

  • Committee on Social Justice and Rural Development

    2010–2013

    Chairperson

  • Senate Committee on Rules

    2001–2004

    Majority Leader, concurrent Chairperson

  • Senate Committee on Economic Affairs

    1998–2001

    Chairperson

  • Senate Committee on Tourism

    1998–2001

    Chairperson

  • Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources

    1998–2001

    Chairperson

  • Congressional district of Antique

    Representative

Platform Key Points

  • SMEs and Livelihood

    • Upgraded "LOREN sa Bawat Barangay" program extends access to government services to every barangay in the country
  • Education

    • "One Tablet, One Student" Bill, providing public elementary, secondary, and university students an electronic learning tablet each student
    • Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act providing free tuition and other school fees in state universities and colleges
  • Environment

    • Preserving's the Philippines natural resources and continuing climate action
  • COVID-19 Response

    • A definite pandemic recovery budget to be allocated for health and economic recovery, to be included in during the annual implementation of the General Appropriations Act

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1 Abner Afuang

2 Ibrahim Albani

3 Mang Jess Arranza

4 Teddy Baguilat

5 Agnes Bailen

6 Carl Balita

7 Lutz Barbo

8 Bistek Bautista

9 Greco Belgica

10 Silvestre Bello Jr.

11 Jojo Binay

12 Roy Cabonegro

13 John Castriciones

14 Alan Peter Cayetano

15 Melchor Chavez

16 Neri Colmenares

17 David d'Angelo

18 Leila de Lima

19 Monsour del Rosario

20 Fernando Diaz

21 Chel Diokno

22 JV Ejercito

23 Gen. Guillermo Eleazar

24 Ernie Ereno

25 Chiz Escudero

26 Luke Espiritu

27 Jinggoy Estrada

28 Bal Falcone

29 Larry Gadon

30 Win Gatchalian

31 Wow Dick Gordon

32 Samira Gutoc

33 Honasan Gringo

34 Risa Hontiveros

35 RJ Javellana

36 Nur-Mahal Kiram

37 Elmer Labog

38 Kuya Alex Lacson

39 Rey Langit

41 Ariel Lim

42 Emily Malilin

43 Rodante Marcoleta (Withdrawn)

44 Francis Leo Marcos

45 Sonny Matula

46 Marieta Mindalano-Adam

47 Leo Olarte

48 Minguita Padilla

49 Robin Padilla

50 Salvador Panelo

51 Astra Pimentel

52 Manny Piñol

53 Willie Ricablanca Jr.

54 Harry Roque

55 Nur-Ana Sahidulla

56 Jopet Sison

57 Gibo Teodoro

58 Antonio Trillanes IV

59 Idol Raffy Tulfo

60 Rey Valeros

61 Joel Tesdaman Villanueva

62 Mark Villar

63 Carmen Zubiaga

64 Migz Zubiri

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1 Abner Afuang

Track Record

  • Office of the Mayor of Pagsanjan

    1998–2001

    Mayor

  • NBI

    1992–1995

    Agent

  • Philippine National Police (Makati Police)

    1972–1991

    Police Officer

Platform Key Points

  • Anti-Crime

    • In favor of death penalty by firing squad
    • Against lowering of age of criminal responsibility to decrease casualties within the youth
    • Opposed to Duterte's drug war, but in favor to police's "Oplan Tokhang" operation against evil and corrupt narco-politicians in Congress
  • Foreign Policy

    • In favor of a government protecting the Philippines against China and their aggressions
    • Free parking platform is also dedicated to decreasing fee contributions to big foreign capitalist forces (e.g. businesses by the Ayalas, Tans, Gokongweis, etc.)
  • Transportation

    • Free parking for the Philippines; inspired by former Makati mayor Jejomar Binay's policies for Makati
  • Family and Women's Rights

    • Passing divorce law with divorces done in speedy trials, regardless of objections from the religious and their groups
  • Good Governance

    • Upper and lower rungs of the senate should be required to undergo rigorous lie detector tests, especially under devices such as polygraph machines

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Controversies

  • ABS-CBN | April 04, 2014

    Ex-Laguna mayor burns Chinese flag

    Former police officer and Pagsanjan, Laguna Mayor Abner Afuang burned a Chinese flag on Friday to protest China's "bullying" in the disputed West Philippine Sea (South China Sea). After the demonstration, Afuang also challenged leaders of China to a fist fight.

  • Rappler | Oct. 01, 2022

    Abner Afuang calls COVID-19 a "man-made disease"

    During Abner Afuang's official announcement filing COC for senator, he claims that COVID-19 is a "man-made disease" by the Chinese, which is contrary to WHO's phase one findings that the source of the virus is still unknown.

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2 Ibrahim Albani

Track Record

  • Southern Philippines Development Authority (SPDA)

    1992

    Consultant on Seaweed Farms Development

  • Office of the Governor of Tawi-Tawi

    1987–1990

    Consultant on Muslim Affairs

  • World Philosophical Forum - UNESCO

    Present

    Philippine Branch Head, Special Envoy, and Coordinator for Pacific Countries and Oceania

  • Indigenous Group of Industry, Manila

    President

  • Anak-Sug Association

    External Vice President for Region IX

  • Muslim-Christian United Association

    Adviser

  • Sultanate of Sulu & North Borneo

    Senior Adviser on Foreign Investment of the Office of the Secretary-General

  • Sons and Daughters of Philippine Veteran Legion

    Mindanao Commander

  • Christian-Muslim in Lumad Association

    National Adviser

  • FOSSNER

    Executive Director of Finance

  • Kwong On Minerals Trading Corporation

    President (Philippine Branch)

  • Phil-Rus Minerals Trading Corporation

    Chairman

Platform Key Points

  • Poverty Eradication

    • Main focus on cooperativism; establishing cooperatives for barangays to manage projects
    • Entrepreneurship trainings for each barangay to promote the availability of jobs
  • Good Governance

    • Supports transition to federalism as the system promotes national stability through centralizing major cities, therefore putting more attention to neglected regions and allowing them to be better equipped for governance
  • Religious Groups

    • Promoting diversity and unity between Muslim, Christian, indigenous groups, and other religious denominations through an inter-faith department
  • Muslim Representation

    • Reviving the claim on Sabah, because it is the root of Muslim misunderstandings, such as the MNLF and MILF

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3 Mang Jess Arranza

Track Record

  • Business Mirror

    2017–Present

    Writer, Columnist for "Make Sense"

  • Uniwide Holdings Inc. (Real Estate Development & Operations)

    2017

    President

  • DZAR 1026

    Anchor

  • Philippine Electricity Market Corporation Board of Directors

    Independent Director

  • Agana Circle Enterprises, Inc.

    Chairman and President

  • United Coconut Planters Bank's (UCPB) - Marketing and Advertising Department

    1982–1986

    Consultant

  • International Oil Factory (IOF)

    1970–1980

    Vice President

  • Federation of Philippine Industries

    1990

    Chairman

  • FPI Anti-Smuggling Committee

    Chairman

  • Fight Illicit Trade

    Lead Convenor

  • Dangerous Drugs Board

    Consultant

  • Anti-Crime Council of the Philippines

    Present

    Chairman

  • United Coconut Association of the Philippines

    Member

  • Coconut Oil Refiners Association, Inc

    Present

    Chairman

  • Philippine Electricity Market Corporation

    Present

    Director

  • Coconut Industry Investment Fund Oil Mills Group

    2009-2013

    Member

  • Graduate School, University of the East

    2001-2002

    Faculty Member

Platform Key Points

  • Business and Economy

    • Investigative and defensive measures against smuggling within trade and customs processes; prevention of job and wage losses through anti-smuggling methods
    • Support for local inventors and tech creates bigger value to the Philippines' raw materials, encouraging people to "Buy Filipino"
  • Agricultural Sector

    • Self-sufficiency of agricultural sectors and their workers, versus outside forces that benefit from their produce
  • Science and Technology

    • Support Filipino inventors and Filipino technology

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4 Teddy Baguilat

Track Record

  • House of Representatives

    2010–Present

    House of Representatives

  • Province of Ifugao

    2001–2010

    Governor

  • Municipality of Kiangan, Ifugao

    1995–2000

    Mayor

  • Municipality of Kiangan, Ifugao

    1992–1995

    Municipal Councilor

  • House of Representatives Committee Leadership 15th Congress: Committee on National Cultural Communities

    Chairman

  • House of Representatives Committee Leadership 16th Congress: Committee Peace, Reconciliation & Unity

    Vice Chairman

  • House of Representatives Committee Leadership 16th Congress: Committee on National Cultural Communities

    Vice Chairman

  • "House of Representatives Committee Leadership 16th Congress: Congressional Oversight Committee on Agrarian Reform"

    Chairman

  • Kaya Natin! Movement for Good Governance

    Board Member

  • "Philippine Legislators Committee on Population and Development (PLCPD)"

    Vice Chairman for Luzon

  • Asian Forum of Parliamentarians for Population and Development (AFPPD)

    Vice Chairman

  • ASEAN Parliamentarians for Human Rights (APHR)

    Board Member

  • "Philippine Legislators Committee on Population and Development (PLCPD)"

    Chairperson

  • Indigenous Peoples' Academy

    Trainor

Platform Key Points

  • Culture and Indigenous Peoples (IP)

    • Strengthen values education
    • Protect and recognize Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities Conserved Areas and Territories (ICCAs)
    • Establish ICCAs as no-go zones for mining
    • Community-based stewardship of mineral resources
    • Promote Original Pilipino Music
    • Institute protective measures for Filipino musicians
  • Environment

    • Promote green jobs
    • Encourage switch to renewable energy sources and technologies
    • Revoke erroneous titles, permits, and other grants within critical habitats, critical watershed areas, protected areas, important biodiversity areas and key biodiversity areas
    • Formulate national forestry master plan
    • Create municipal forestry board
    • Prescribe community-based forest management strategy
    • Set minimum conditions for production sharing and joint venture agreements for forest resources
    • Eliminate single-use plastics
    • Protect and recognize ICCAs
    • Establish ICCAs as no-go zones for mining
  • Justice

    • Freedom of Information law
    • Mandatory disclosure of SALN of highest public officials
    • Integrate freedom of information and good governance in school curricula
    • Complete the land acquisition and distribution component of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program
    • Include human rights education in school curricula
    • Provide social protection for fisherfolk such as health insurance, housing assistance and legal aid
    • Reverse export-orientation of mining

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  • ABS-CBN News | Aug. 21, 2018

    Baguilat wins graft cases after prosecution fails to file final appeals

    Ifugao Rep. Teodoro Baguilat, Jr. is finally off the hook from his two graft cases at the Sandiganbayan after government prosecutors failed to file petitions for certiorari questioning the dismissal of the cases stemming from the purchase of a government vehicle in 2003.

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5 Agnes Bailen

Track Record

  • Office of Secretary of the Department of Budget and Management

    2016

    Chief of Staff

  • Office of Rep. Lani Mercado-Revilla

    2010–2016

    Chief Political Affairs Officer

  • Office of Rep. Jose V. Yap

    2007–2010

    Chief Political Affairs Officer

  • UP Legal Services, University of the Philippines Diliman

    2006–2007

    Attorney

  • College of Medicine, University of the Philippines Manila

    2006

    Senior Lecturer

  • Office of Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago

    2004–2006

    Chief of Staff

  • International Studies Department, De La Salle University

    2005

    Assistant Professor

  • Antonio R. Bautista & Partners

    2004

    Associate

  • Ramon A. Ilagan, Mayoral Candidate and Winner of the Municipality of Cainta

    2004

    Head of Legal Team

  • College of Dentistry, University of the Philippines

    2001–2004

    Senior Lecturer

  • Office of Associate Justice Artemio V. Panganiban, Supreme Court of the Philippines

    2001–2004

    Judicial Staff Head

  • Department of Political Science, De La Salle University

    2001

    Assistant Professor

  • Office of Associate Justice Artemio V. Panganiban, Supreme Court of the Philippines

    2001

    Court Attorney VI

  • Office of Associate Justice Artemio V. Panganiban, Supreme Court of the Philippines

    2000-2001

    Court Attorney V

  • Office of Associate Justice Artemio V. Panganiban, Supreme Court of the Philippines

    2000

    Court Attorney IV

  • Public Information Office, Supreme Court of the Philippines

    2000

    Supervising Judicial Staff Officer

  • Public Information Office, Supreme Court of the Philippines

    2000

    Executive Assistant IV

  • Center for Leadership, Citizenship and Democracy, College of Public Administration, University of the Philippines

    1998

    Research fellow

  • Center for Leadership, Citizenship and Democracy, College of Public Administration, University of the Philippines

    1997–1998

    University Researcher

  • College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines

    1996–1998

    Senior Lecturer

  • Center for Integrative and Development Studies, University of the Philippines

    1996–1997

    Research Associate

  • Institute for Strategic and Development Studies

    1995–1997

    Research Assistant

  • College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines

    1994–1996

    Instructor

  • WomenHealth Philippines

    1993–1994

    Research Assistant

  • College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines

    1993–1994

    Lecturer

  • St. Scholastica’s College

    1993–1994

    Part-time Faculty

  • UP San Fernando Extension Program

    1993

    Lecturer

  • Philippine Center for Policy Studies

    1993

    Research Assistant

Platform Key Points

  • Good Governance

    • A checklist that needs to be done before approving agency budget proposals:
      • No less than 5% of the budget of Gender and Development's activities (as required by the Magna Carta for Women)
      • No less than 5% of casual emergency positions or contractuals of the DSWD, health, culture, sports, or offices that address social development and government agencies that are connected with social development for PWDs (as required by the Magna Carta for Persons with Disability)
      • Complies with the ideal ratio of barangay healthcare workers (as required by the barangay Health Workers' Benefits and Incentives Act of 1995)
    • Support allocating in the national budget not less than 5% of the GDP for health and not less than 5% of the GDP for infrastructure
    • Strengthening the Local Government Code and implementation of the Mandanas ruling:
      • Establish by law that the five-year Philippine Development Plan comes from the bottom-up;
      • Development Budget Coordination Committee will ensure that barangays, local, and regional government units’ needs are taken into account
      • Support implementation of the Barangay Assembly (per the Local Government code, there should be a Barangay Assembly twice a year for all residents)
  • Health and COVID-19 Response

    • Increase support for health work related to the pandemic and related to the abilities of the people
    • Support and benefit for healthcare workers whether or not a pandemic is going on
    • Increase oversight on programs, projects, and budget allocation of DOH, FDA, DA, Philhealth, PITAHC, and DOST
  • Economy

    • Strengthen financial inclusion, digital transactions, and financial literacy
    • Supporting Micro, Small, and Medium Industries (MSMEs)
  • Justice

    • Ensuring that people respect the rights of minors
    • Strengthen community support to ensure justice is served and enacted against human rights violators
    • Ensuring national security, catch law violators and target crime in the country
    • Promote restorative justice where people found guilty can be reformed, returned to their families, and once again be productive members of society
    • Apply Ramon Magsaysay's approach to rebellion once again for the current situation and to see if it is appropriate
  • Diplomacy and International Relations

    • A platform dedicated to pursuing a genuine independent foreign policy
    • Strengthen diplomatic relations with countries that acknowledge the Hague ruling regarding the West Philippine Sea to emphasize the ruling to those who don't recognize it
    • Establish relations with more international organizations like ASEAN and United Nations for the Philippines to be recognized even more around the world
    • Strengthen the Department of Foreign Affairs and require that career officials have higher positions than political appointees in assigning ambassadors in different countries.
  • Education

    • Strengthening the education sector to encourage them to strengthen our country as functioning Filipino citizens vs. being citizens of other countries
    • Bring back general education, practical arts, and lifelong learning into the curriculum
    • Put more focus on culture, art, and sports aspects of the curriculum
    • Include business and firms when considering education budgets to ensure higher chances of employment for fresh graduates
  • Environment

    • Lean more on tried-and-tested recommendations and studies from various experts to ensure the most proper way of taking care of the environment
    • Include people like indigenous peoples (IP) and other affected people in the discussion of environmental projects, not just investors and big business
    • Using alternative energy resources to decrease usage of fossil fuels as energy as it harms the environment
    • Decrease plastic usage, especially single-use plastics
    • Geographically-accessible work to decrease use of cars and other vehicles

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6 Carl Balita

Track Record

  • Dr. Carl Balita Executive Education Graduate School Program, Panpacific University

    2020–Present

    Director

  • Mahalta Resorts and Convention Center

    2018–Present

    Chairman

  • Pedagogy Learning Center

    2016–Present

    President

  • Carl Balita Review Center

    2017–Present

    President/CEO

  • Radyo Negosyo, DzMM and Teleradyo

    1999–2021

    Host

  • Dominican College

    2001–2007

    Dean

  • CEBAL Center for manpower Development and Research

    1997–2000

    President

  • Executive Center for Professionals

    1998–2000

    President and Training Director

  • UST Nursing Alumni Association, Inc.

    Present

    President

  • UST Alumni Association

    Present

    Board of Trustee

  • Philippine Franchise Association

    Present

    Board of Trustee

  • Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Quezon City

    2016-Present

    Chairman Emeritus

  • Basic Education Committee - Philippine Chamber

    2010-Present

    Chairman

  • Review Center Association of the Philippines

    2014-Present

    Vice President

  • Alliance of Allied Health Organization of the Nation

    2019-Present

    President

  • Vaccine Solidarity Movement

    Co-Convenor

  • Education Task Force

    Member

Platform Key Points

  • Education

    • Free gadgets for all students
    • Free Continuing Professional Development (CPD) sources of professionals
    • Free and computerized Board Licensure Examinations
    • Decreasing or removing entirely the interest rates in loans and capital for those aspiring students
    • Call upon EdCom to evaluate on education and the entire education system for a more prepared population of graduates
    • Increased support for private schools and more scholarships for private school students
    • Increased budget for education
    • Free food for kindergarten students to 3rd grade students from local agricultural producers to prevent worsening malnutrition in children
    • Modern ways of teaching Agriculture, Entrepreneurship, Financial Literacy, and Good Manners and Right Conduct (GMRC) to students
  • Public Welfare

    • Free WiFi in most public places
  • Livelihood

    • Tax-free micro-enterprises and low-middle income earners ( < Php 100k)
    • Free training with allowance for those without a livelihood to prepare them for work or entrepreneurship
    • Decreasing or removing entirely the interest rates in loans and capital for MSMEs 
    • Increase in wages for public and private workers for them to provide a decent living for them and their families
    • Increased budget for agriculture, science, technology, and loans for small businesses
    • An all-out focus on rural development to grow the nation
  • Finance

    • Ease government transactions by digitizing it
  • Healthcare

    • Establish Super Health Centers and Specialty Hospitals to bring quality medical services along with better mental health for the country
    • A comprehensive review on DOH and Philhealth to provide more value for the nation and to combat corruption within those institutions
    • Increase in wages for health workers and teachers in private and public sectors
    • Provide nurses in every school and barangay as well as midwives for every barangay to provide primary healthcare services
  • OFWs

    • Establishing a Department of Overseas Filipinos to address OFW concerns from out-of-country needs to their return to the Philippines
  • Crisis Management

    • Establishing a Crisis Management Commission that will prepare the country for crisis and calamities

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7 Lutz Barbo

Track Record

  • Provincial Government of Eastern Samar

    1976–Present

    Practicing Attorney and Human Rights Lawyer

  • Ateneo School of Government

    2005–2020

    Faculty Member

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2016–2018

    Senate Secretary

  • Office of Sen. Aquilino

    2014–2016

    Chief of Staff

  • Taguig City University

    2011–2013

    University President

  • Philippine Normal University

    2006–2010

    University President and Professor

  • UP College of Public Administration and Governance

    2004

    Guest Lecturer

  • Senate Minority Leader Sen. Aquilino Pimentel and Sen. Koko Pimentel

    Chief of Staff and General Counsel

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2000–2001

    Two-time Senate Secretary

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2000–2001

    Chief of Senate Impeachment Court

  • Provincial Government of Eastern Samar

    1987–1998

    Provincial Governor

  • Integrated Bar of the Philippines

    Member

  • Brotherhood of Nationalistic, Involved and Free Attorneys to Combat Injustice and Oppression (BONIFACIO)

    Deputy General Counsel

  • Partido Demokratiko Pilipino (PDP)

    1984

    Member

Platform Key Points

  • Law

    • Define the meaning & give substance to the Constitution’s mandatory provision: “The State shall guarantee equal access to opportunities for public service and prohibit political dynasties as may be defined by law.” (Art. II, Section 26), enumerated across his entire platform.
    • Flesh out the mandatory Constitutional provision: “The State shall maintain honesty and integrity in the public service and take positive and effective measures against graft and corruption.” (Art. 2, Sec. 27), enumerated across his entire platform.
  • Good Governance

    • Regulating reasonable political expenses using digital billboards, print media, radio, TV, social media, etc.
    • Enumerating & spelling out who or what will constitute a political dynasty; form anti-political dynasty bills
    • Making mandatory SALN (Statement of Assets & Liabilities Net worth) attachment to the COC (Certificate of Candidacy)
    • Giving authority & requiring Anti-Money Laundering Council to divulge questionable bank accounts for reasonable purposes
    • Outlaw "balimbing" or political turncoatism & discourage political butterflies by imposing sanctions. (e.g. An elected public official cannot change his political party during his term of office, or at least, within one (1) year after the elections & one (1) year before the elections)
    • Reform and strengthen Political Party System by government funding of registered and accredited political parties defining & excluding fly by night political parties & nuisance candidates, including Commission on Audit (COA) reportorial requirements
    • Transition to federalism: present a joint resolution calling for the evaluation of the Consultative Committee Report to review the 1987 Constitution, or in the alternative to call for a constitutional convention & federalize the form or system of government
  • Diplomacy and International Relations

    • File Senate Joint Resolution encouraging the Office of the President to rejoin the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court

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8 Bistek Bautista

Track Record

  • Various TV Networks

    1978–Present

    Actor

  • Quezon City Council

    2010–2019

    Mayor

  • Quezon City Council

    2001–2010; 1995–1998

    Vice Mayor

  • Quezon City Council

    1992–1995

    Councilor of the 3rd District

  • Kabataang Barangay National Federation

    1986–1989

    President

Platform Key Points

  • Public Welfare

    Strengthened internet connectivity in the Philippines through the following steps:

    • Expanding the number of telecoms from national telecoms (e.g. Globe, Smart, DITO), to international telecoms
    • Divide distribution of telecoms from national scale to smaller regions (i.e. from Philippines to separate providers each for Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao), mostly coming from foreign investors and/or foreign telecoms
  • Career and Education

    • Strengthened internet connectivity for students and workers, a foresight of a continued use of online platforms and services even after the pandemic
    • Support to youths for their educational, health, and financial literacy needs
  • Laws

    • Amend certain laws so that they are applicable to the current period (e.g. Fisheries Act of 1998, Local Government Code 1991)
  • Livelihood

    • Encourage influx of foreign investors and businesses
    • Help young entrepreneurs to bring more jobs to Filipinos

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9 Greco Belgica

Track Record

  • DZRH

    2016–2019

    Host of Ireklamo kay Greco

  • PTV

    2017

    Co-host of Bagong Pilipinas

  • DZRJ810 AM

    2016

    Host of GrecoLive

  • City of Manila

    2004–2007

    Councilor of the 6th district

  • Anti-Drug Abuse Council of Manila

    2011–2012

    Board member

  • Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC)

    2018

    Commissioner

  • Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC)

    2021

    Chairman

Platform Key Points

  • Livelihood

    • Establishing a Philippine Venture Capital Fund Office and placing Php 100 B for small and medium entrepreneurs to gain access to capital without having to loan for it
    • Prioritizing on research and development of natural resourcesm capabilities, economically and militarily, more than the focus on importation and trade
  • Good Governance; Anti-Corruption

    • Amendment of the Anti-Corruption Law so that people have access to legal aid on the local level
    • Establishment of a National Anti-Corruption Council to place anti-corruption structures in LGU and barangay levels; designating an anti-corruption police for an active and pro-active fight against corruption
    • Continuation of Duterte administration's "war on drugs"
    • Supports reimposition of death penalty for heinous crimes, including drug-related cases and corruption
  • Media

    • Make election campaigns state-sponsored; television and radio companies should allot certain times for these campaigns, promoting that media should be more service than business
  • Law

    • Putting more money in the judiciary so that SC can hire more judges, build more courts, government can hire more prosecutors and investigators commensurate to the case filed within thier jurisdiction
  • Diplomacy and International Relations

    • Strengthen military capabilities and assert leadership in the geopolitical realm; the Philippines will be in the mercy of other countries if it cannot defend itself
  • COVID-19 Response

    • COVID-19 clinics in every provincial hospital
    • Provide patients with free medicine
    • Doctors must be trained with more globally accepted protocols, procedures, and methods
  • Taxation

    • Amend the Local Government Code; push for the removal of annual real property tax

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  • Inquirer | Oct. 24, 2020

    Duty Free Philippines Corp. vs. Greco Belgica

    Grave misconduct, conduct prejudicial to service, gross inexcusable negligence and violations of R.A. 3019 Filed by nine Duty Free Philippines Corp. employees against Belgica over his conduct of the prove into irregularities within DFPC; they alleged that Belgica watered down his report and recommendation on alleged smuggling activities between DFPC officials and entrepreneurs

  • PhilStar | Jan. 06, 2021

    Dr. Chao-Tiao Yumol vs. Greco Belgica

    Grave misconduct, gross neglect of duty, conduct prejudicial to the best interest of the service, violation of R.A. 6713 (Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees) and violation of R.A. 3019 (Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act) Filed by Dr. Chao-Tiao Yumol over Belgica’s lack of action on the alleged involvement of Lamitan City Mayor Rosita Furigay and Vice Mayor Roderick Furigay reported to the PACC in 2019

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10 Silvestre Bello Jr.

Track Record

  • Acesite Hotel Corporation

    2009–2020

    Director

  • Regional Trial Court Caloocan City

    Executive Judge

  • Branch 128, Caloocan City

    Regional Trial Court Judge

  • Branch 24, Echague, Isabela

    1992–1994

    Regional Trial Court Judge

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11 Jojo Binay

Track Record

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2010–2016

    Vice President

  • Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council

    2010–2015

    Vice Chairman

  • OFW Concerns

    2010–2015

    Presidential Adviser

  • Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking

    Chairman Emeritus

  • Task Force on Anti-Illegal Recruitment

    Chairman

  • Urban Triangle Development Commission

    Chairman

  • City Government of Makati

    1986–1998; 2001–2010

    Mayor

  • Metro Manila Development Authority

    1998–2001

    Chairman

  • Laguna Lake Development Authority

    1998–2001

    Board Member

  • Light Railway Transit Authority

    1998–2001

    Board Member

  • Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission

    1998–2001

    Co-Chairman

  • Technological Livelihood & Research Center

    1998–2001

    Board Member

  • Metro Manila Authority

    1990–1992

    Chairman

  • Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System

    1987; 1990–1991

    Director

  • Metropolitan Manila Commission

    1987

    Governor (Concurrent Capacity)

  • Laguna Lake Development Authority

    1987

    Director

  • Light Railway Transit Authority

    1987

    Director

Platform Key Points

  • Economy

    • Raising income tax exemptions for the middle class for Filipinos to cope with economic uncertainties (e.g. Ukraine conflict and the pandemic), and to encourage consumer spending
    • Tax breaks and cash grants to small businesses
    • End red tape and fast track the approval of permits for new power plants; existing power plants cannot meet rising power demands
  • COVID-19 Response

    • Subsidizing COVID-19 testing of MSME workers
    • Provide support to MSMEs affected by the pandemic
    • Enough cash aid for workers to live during the pandemic
    • Provide additional benefits to family members caring for elderly parents
  • Healthcare

    • Free checkups, hospitalization, and medicine for those in need

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  • Ombudsman | Aug. 03, 2017

    Binays face more graft raps for P1.3 billion Makati Science building

    Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales has ordered the filing of multiple counts of Graft and Falsification charges against former Vice-President Jejomar Binay, Sr. and former Makati City Mayor Jejomar Erwin Binay, Jr. for conspiring to rig the procurement processes of the P1.3 Billion Makati Science High School Building located along Kalayaan Avenue in Makati City. The Makati Science Building project for a 10-storey building complete with a four-storey dormitory was completed merely as a 10-storey building.

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12 Roy Cabonegro

Track Record

  • MAKAKALIKASAN (Nature Party Philippines)

    2021–Present

    Chairperson

  • Health 2 Oceans

    2021

    Grants & Governance Consultant

  • UpWork

    2020–2021

    Writer & Consultant

  • Mindoro Biodiversity Conservation Foundation Inc.

    2019–2021

    Partnership and Resource Mobilization Consultant

  • Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines

    2018–2019

    Human Rights Observatory Specialist & Team Leader

  • Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines

    2016–2018

    Policy Research and Advocacy Specialist

  • Department of Environment and Natural Resources - Manila Bay Coordinating Office

    2016–2017

    Organizational Development Consultant

  • Southeast Asia Regional Initiatives for Community Empowerment (SEARICE) Inc.

    2013–2015

    Policy Officer in Charge of Advocacy Campaigns

  • IIRR (International Institute for Rural Reconstruction)-Regional Center for Asia

    2011–2013

    Organization and Partnership Development Office

  • Sustainability Watch

    2007–2011

    Regional Facilitator for Asia

Platform Key Points

  • Green Commune Law/s

    • Creating Green Zones as sustainable rural development for green agro-industries, conservation and green settlements as response to climate displacement and de-urbanization
  • Kalikasan at Kalusugan

    • Sufficient budget and political support for all zoonotic pandemic response and climate change adaptation
    • 100% shift to non-nuclear renewable energy by 2040
    • Put into conservation 30% of coastal areas by 2030 and reforest 45% of each major islands
    • 500% increase in R&D budget for sustainable development & climate actions in the next 5 years and educational reforms and support to creatives and inventors for sustainability solutions
  • Karapatan

    • Full support for global climate justice calls with deep emission cut commitments of zero emission by 2050
    • Pursue all our territorial integrity claims through solidarity with ASEAN countries within ecological security, joint conservation for future use values
      • Green governance reforms including an anti-dynasty, party system reform, jail decongestion & judicial system reform laws and a shift to federal-parliamentary system
    • Support to "Peoples" self-determination for sustainable development and conclusion of all peace talks
  • Kabuhayan at Kontra Kahirapan

    • 100% shift to organic food sovereignty by 2030
    • Shift to circular economy & zero waste by 2050
    • De-urbanize by 30% by 2040 to green communes with free collective green housing for the poorest
    • Reclaim natural patrimony by re-nationalization/re-cooperativize oil, gas, public utilities (energy, water), put mineral mining and quarry into a 10-year moratorium while we fix our green agro-industrialization schemes, including recycling & use of renewable materials
    • Sustainably re-integrate of at least 30% of our OFWs and BPO workers as green investors by 2030
    • Sustainable national financing from wealth, carbon and sin taxes, reclaimed funds from plunderers, OFW & BPO workers green investments and re-channeled debt payments from a national debt moratorium for 10 years
    • Continue population management towards 1% growth rate by 2050 through universal access of reproductive health services and incentivize 2-child per couple with one from adoption

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13 John Castriciones

Track Record

  • Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR)

    2017–2021

    Secretary

  • Land Bank of the Philippines

    2017–2019

    Ex-Officio Director

  • Department of Interior and Local Government

    2016–2017

    Undersecretary for Operations

  • Office of Senator Aquilino Pimentel

    2015–2016

    Legal Consultant

  • Department of Transportation’s Investigation, Security and Law Enforcement Service (ISLES)

    2009

    Director

Platform Key Points

  • Economic Recovery

    • Provide aid and incentives to SME
    • Examine and renew business activities in preparation for COVID-19 variants
    • Strengthen the country’s agricultural industry for economic recovery
  • Agriculture

    • Focus on agriculture for the country’s recovery from the pandemic
    • Craft laws to allow farmers who are tenants of agricultural lands to acquire properties
    • Distribute lands to those who want to work in agriculture
    • Strengthen agricultural industry in the country for food self-sufficiency
  • Political and Legislative Agenda

    • Push for federalism to bring focus and provide opportunities to people living in the provinces, especially in remote areas
    • Bring integrity back to the judicial process through trial by jury where different people can take part in court decisions and the judicial system
    • Create a department of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) to give focus to their interests, rights, and well-being; ensure that it is headed by OFWs as well
    • Pursue international diplomacy based on genuine nationalism
    • Create Magna Carta for Barangays to provide more benefits for barangay officials and workers
    • Push for the country’s industrialization and advancement of technologies for various sectors and industries

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  • The New York Times | Aug. 15, 1982

    PHILIPPINE MILITARY ACADEMY IS UNDER ATTACK

    In the most serious case, Cadet John Rualo Castriciones was sentenced on July 12 by a seven-man military court to five years of hard labor for his part in the hazing death of a fourth-class cadet, Andres Ramos, last November.

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14 Alan Peter Cayetano

Track Record

  • FIrst District of Taguig-Pateros, House of Representatives

    2019–2022; 1998–2007

    Congressman

  • House of Representatives

    2019–2020

    Speaker of the House

  • Philippine SEA Games Organizing Committee (PHISGOC)

    2019

    Chairman

  • Department of Foreign Affairs

    2017–2018

    Secretary of Foreign Affairs

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2013–2016

    Senate Majority Leader

  • Joint Congressional Oversight Committee on the Automated Election System (JCOC-AES)

    2010–2013

    Vice Chairman

  • Committee on Ethics and Privileges

    2010–2013

    Chairman

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2010–2013

    Senate Minority Leader

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2007–2013

    Senator

  • Committee on Mass Media and Information

    2008–2010

    Chairman

  • Committee on Education, Arts and Culture

    2007–2008

    Chairman

  • Senate Blue Ribbon Committee

    2007–2008

    Chairman

  • House of Representatives

    2004–2007

    Senior Deputy Minority Leader

  • Judicial and Bar Council

    2003

    Member

  • Municipality of Taguig

    1995–1998

    Vice Mayor

  • Municipality of Taguig

    1992–1995

    Number One Councilor

  • NCR Chapter of the National Movement of Young Legislators

    1992–1993

    Chairman

Platform Key Points

  • Faith-Based and Values-Oriented Leadership

    • Prioritize programs and services on health, education, livelihood, and Persons with Disabilities and senior citizens with faith-based and values-oriented decision making
    • Focus on legislation that will prioritize public health over profit

     

  • Institutional Reform

    • Push for the passage of the Relief, Reform, Recovery Bill to distribute financial incentives and subsidies to Filipino families in affected sectors
    • Increase budget and improve government processes for the distribution of government aid to affected sectors such as transportation and hospitals
    • Facilitate programs for micro, small, and medium enterprises for economic recovery
    • Push for the 10k Ayuda Bill which proposes to distribute Php 10,000 to poor household in the country
    • Provide interest-free or low-interest loans to MSMEs and farmers
    • Fight corruption and prevent misuse of public funds through government decentralization
    • Distribution of some national government powers to local government units for more transparency, especially in project planning, bidding, and deals
    • Push for countryside development through proper distribution of funds and budget allocation to the provinces

     

  • Agriculture

    • Make agriculture in the country more desirable and profitable for ordinary Filipinos to invest
    • Push for the establishment of agri-business hubs with shared cold storage and food-processing facilities, fertilizers, irrigation, and farm-to-market roads, to help small farmers become farmer-businessmen 
    • Urge the government to provide low-interest loans with grace periods for small farmers

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15 Melchor Chavez

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  • Labor Party of the Philippines

    2019–Present

    Leader

  • Citizens Crime Watch

    2013–Present

    Executive Vice President

  • Association of Commentators and Announcers of the Philippines

    1987–Present

    President

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  • Labor Rights and Economic Development

    • Push for economic development to improve the lives of poor Filipinos
    • Provide jobs for all
    • End contractualization
    • Distribute land for the landless
    • Support industrialization
    • Utilize the country’s natural resources

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  • Philippine Star | Feb. 19, 2004

    Chavez vs Chavez

    Commission on Elections (Comelec) officials got a glimpse of election violence yesterday as protagonists in a disqualification case nearly exchanged blows right in front of them at the case’s resolution. Melchor Chavez, who ran and lost in the 2001 senatorial race, and Buenaventura Miranda, the lawyer for senatorial candidate and former Solicitor General Francisco Chavez got into a staredown in what seemed to be the prelude to fisticuffs until police officers were called in to separate the two.

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16 Neri Colmenares

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  • Bayan Muna Partylist, House of Representatives

    2013–2016

    Senior Deputy Minority Leader

  • Bayan Muna Partylist, House of Representatives

    2007–2013

    Congressman

  • Office or Rep. Satur Ocampo

    2004–2006

    Consultant

  • The University of Melbourne

    2003

    Associate

  • The University of Melbourne

    2002

    Research Assistant

  • National Amnesty Commission

    1996–1999

    Legal Officer

Platform Key Points

  • Raise wages and livelihood

    • Legislate a livable national minimum wage
    • End ENDO and contractualization
    • Increase senior citizens' social pension and SSS and GSIS benefits without an addition to the premium
    • Promote local industries to increase jobs in the Philippines
    • True agrarian reform and support for farmers to provide affordable food for the nation
    • Free and/or affordable housing for the poor
    • People's Green New Deal for sustainable development
  • Free healthcare for all

    • Legislate the Free Public Healthcare Act for free treatment from public hospitals and health facilities
    • Implement a Comprehensive, Effective, Participatory and Humane response to the pandemic
      • Free testing, treatment, and vaccinations
      • Ayuda for those affected by the pandemic, which is Php 10K for those who are laid off from work and Php 15k production subsidy for farmers and fishermen
      • Increased support for community pantries and other forms of pandemic bayanihan
  • Peace Based on Justice and Respect for Rights

    • End EJKs and other human rights violations
    • Allow investigations and processes of the International Criminal Court and UN Human Rights Council
    • Bring back ABS-CBN's franchise
    • Pass the Pass the SOGIE Bill and Human Rights Defenders Bill
    • Revive GRP-NDFP peace talks to address the root cause of armed conflicts

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  • Rappler | April 27, 2021

    Calida red-tags Colmenares, progressives before Supreme Court

    Solicitor General Jose Calida red-tagged progressive lawyer Neri Colmenares and other progressive groups during his opening statement to the Supreme Court in the anti-terror law oral arguments held online on Tuesday, April 27.

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17 David d'Angelo

Track Record

  • Climate Reality Leadership Corps

    2021–Present

    Climate Reality Leader

  • Rotary Club of Alabang Madrigal Business Park (RCAMBP)

    2021–Present

    Director for Online Event Management and Public Relations for Environment Advocacies

  • World Cleanup Day

    2021–Present

    Participant and Local Organizer

  • GPP Kalikasan Muna (Green Party of the Philippines)

    2020–Present

    National President

  • Upper Marikina Watershed Coalition

    2020–Present

    Chairperson, Political Affairs and Lobbying Committee

  • Asia Pacific Greens Federation (APGF)

    2020–Present

    Council Representative

  • Aksyon Kalikasan (Eco Actions PH), Inc.

    2019–Present

    Director for Digital Projects

  • Green Convergence for Safe Food, Healthy Environment and Sustainable Economy

    2019–Present

    Member

  • Ako at ang Kalikasan TV (AKTV)

    2019–Present

    Program Manager, Director and Regular Host

  • Luntian Center for Environmental Governance

    2017–Present

    Member of the Board

  • Bayanihan Para sa Kalikasan Movement, Inc.

    President, Board of Trustee, and Incorporator

Platform Key Points

  • Climate Justice

    • nationwide assessment of climate danger zones
    • moratorium on mining
    • increased funding for environmental research and sustainable infrastructure and transportation
    • passage of mutliple bills focusing on environmental security, protection, and restoration
    • introduction of bill regulating harmful refrigerant in commerical and industrial application
  • Labor Security

    • Ending ENDO for major enterprises
    • Adjusting laws on minimum wage to fit situations in particular communities accordingly
    • support for green enterprises and initiatives
    • Insitutionalizing reduction of on-site work and increase of remote work
  • Education

    • strengthening education on environmental justice and sustainability
    • equal pay for teachers
    • quality control of educational materials
    • access to free education for indigent Filipinos
  • Covid-19 Response

    • Enhancement of healthcare system and facilities and disease response
    • Better welfare and financial compensation for frontliners
  • National Security

    • Mutual protection agreement for the West Philippine Sea

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18 Leila de Lima

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  • Senate of the Philippines

    2016–Present

    Senator

  • Department of Justice (DOJ)

    2010–2015

    Secretary

  • Commission on Human Rights (CHR)

    2008–2010

    Chairperson

  • Roco Buñag Kapunan & Migallos Law Offices De Lima Law Firm

    1996–2008

    Founding and Senior Partner

  • San Beda College of Law

    2006–2007; 1986–1994

    Law Professor

  • House of Representatives Electoral Tribunal

    1993–1995

    Secretary

  • Roco Buñag Kapunan & Migallos Law Offices De Lima Law Firm

    1989–1992

    Junior Partner

  • Supreme Court Associate Justice Isagani A. Cruz.

    1986–1989

    Legal Staff Member

Platform Key Points

  • Governance

    • Advocating for transparency and political accountability
    • Re-examine procurement laws and strengthening law enformencement
    • Speeding up of government cases
    • Protection of human rights defenders
  • Food and Health Security

    • Protection of farmlands from overexploitation
    • Increasing border security to stop food smuggling
    • Magna Carta for barangay health workers
    • Support for local manufacturing of medical equipment
  • Jail Management

    • Passage of a Comprehensive Prison Reform Law
    • Decongestion of prisons and provision of adequate needs for the welfare of PDLs

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  • CNN Philippines | March 16, 2021

    TIMELINE: De Lima's four-year struggle in prison

    Senator Leila De Lima, one of the staunchest critics of President Rodrigo Duterte, has been in jail since 2017 on allegations she used drug money for her senatorial campaign in 2016, when she was Justice secretary.

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19 Monsour del Rosario

Track Record

  • Martial Arts Combat Sports Council of the Philippines

    2016–Present

    Founding Chairman

  • Philippine Taekwondo Association

    2010–Present

    President/Secretary General

  • 2019 Southeast Asian Games

    2019

    Head of Philippine Taekwondo Team

  • 1st District of Makati City, House of Representatives

    2016–2019

    Congressman

  • Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG)

    2017

    Chef de Mission

  • Makati City

    2010–2016

    City Councilor

Platform Key Points

  • Agriculture

    • Establish a Agricultural Inter-Agency Monitoring and Compliance council to push for the development and modernization of the agricultural industry in the country
  • People with Special Needs

    • Ensure schools in each region for kids with special needs
  • Athletes

    • Push for pension, retirement funds, and other benefits for national athletes 
    • Set up sports programs for athletes in the country
  • Healthcare Workers

    • Set up Healthcare Heroes Card program to provide discounts and benefits to healthcare workers
    • Increase salaries of healthcare workers

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20 Fernando Diaz

Track Record

  • Kilusang Bagong Lipunan

    Spokesman

  • Imelda Marcos

    2000–2014

    Spokesman

Platform Key Points

  • Food Security

    • Focus on local production to provide adequate food to Filipinos by developing the agricultural industry in the country
    • Export of food to other countries as an agriculutral country
  • Economy

    • Provide subsidies to SMEs for economic recovery
    • Push for government policies and support such as tax relief to make it easier for businesses to re-open in the pandemic
  • Healthcare Workers

    • Push for better treatment and support for healthcare workers 
  • Good Governance

    • Enact harsh laws and fix judicial system to punish corrupt government officials
  • Energy Security

    • Ensure sustainable supply of energy by utilizing and maximizing the country’s natural resources

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21 Chel Diokno

Track Record

  • Free Legal Assistance Group

    2003–Present

    Chairperson

  • International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes

    2015–2021

    Member, Panel of Arbitrators

  • Presidential Adviser on Human Rights

    2017–2019

    Integrated Bar of the Philippines

  • De La Salle University College of Law

    2010–2019

    Founding Dean

  • Asian Development Bank Project on capacity development for members of the Constitutional Fiscal Autonomy Group (CFAG)

    2015

    Fiscal Autonomy Expert

  • Core Committee of the National Conference for the Revision of the Rules of Civil Procedure, Chair of the Post-Trial Cluster Technical Working Group

    2013

    Appointed by the Supreme Court as Member

  • “The Model Pleadings of Jose W. Diokno (2020) and “Diokno on Trial: Techniques and Ideals of the Filipino Lawyer”

    2007

    Publisher and Editor

  • Senate Blue Ribbon Committee

    2001–2004

    General Counsel

Platform Key Points

  • Law

    Strengthen the Barangay Justice System; give access to free legal services for Filipinos to have their legal inquiries addressed:

    • Ensure that the Pacification Committees (the Lupon ng Tagapamayapa) work efficiently and professionally
    • Establish a Training Center to train members of said committees to hone mediation, conciliation and arbitration skills, as well as record-keeping and administrative skills
    • Give committee members just compensation
    • Strengthen committees through attorneys that can supply them with legal acumen and guidance with legal issues like the Atty. Chel Diokno's Free Legal Helpdesk
    • Adequate support for the logistical and administrative needs of the committees
  • COVID-19 Response

    • Making the Pandemic Management Law, reforming the healthcare system, and giving adequate benefits for healthcare frontliners
  • Labor and Worker's Rights

    • Support for ordinary workers and MSMEs; ayuda distribution, unemployment insurance, business loans, and modernaization of agriculture and local industries
    • End ENDO
  • Good Governance

    • Strenghten Anti-Corruption Laws to ensure that abusive and corrupt public officials and police are held accountable
    • Legislate the Freedom of Information Law so the people know where the nation's funds are going
  • Public Welfare

    • Creating laws for adequate and decent housing for the poor
  • Education

    • Improving public education, especially for public school teachers
  • Human Rights

    • Legislate Anti-Discrimination Law for Filipinos to have equal access to education and work opportunities
  • Transportation

    • Create an efficient and green public transportation; establish bike lanes, e-vehicles, and increased development of renewable energy sources

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22 JV Ejercito

Track Record

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2013–Present

    Senator

  • Committee on Health and Demography

    2016–2019

    Chairman

  • Committee on Urban Planning, Housing, and Resettlement

    2013–2019

    Chairman

  • Senate Economic Affairs

    2013–2016

    Chairman

  • District of San Juan, House of Representatives

    2010–2013

    Congressman

  • San Juan

    2001–2010

    Mayor

Platform Key Points

  • Healthcare

    • Ensure the implementation of the Universal Healthcare Law which he sponsored and authored
    • Better healthcare facilities, proper benefits and privileges for healthcare workers, and address mismanagement of the PhilHealth program through the implementation of the Universal Healthcare Law
  • Infrastructure

    • File the Comprehensive Master Plan, a blueprint for infrastructure development to stimulate economic growth
    • Push for long-term plans of infrastructure development and mass transit for the growth of provinces and rural areas
    • Upgrading the Bicol Express Line to boost economy and tourism
    • Push for the construction of the Mindanao Railway System to address insurgencies, poverty, and provide jobs and opportunities to rural areas

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  • Rappler | Dec. 22, 2016

    JV Ejercito, 5 others acquitted of graft

    The 5th division of the anti-graft court Sandiganbayan on Thursday, December 22, acquitted Senator Joseph Victor Ejercito and 5 co-accused of graft charges over the supposed misuse of San Juan City calamity funds when the senator was its mayor. Sandiganbayan Associate Justice Roland Jurado, in a 45-page resolution, granted a demurrer to evidence because the prosecution’s evidence failed to overcome the presumption of innocence.

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23 Gen. Guillermo Eleazar

Track Record

  • Philippine National Police

    2021

    Police Chief

  • Philippine National Police

    2020–2021

    Deputy Chief for Administration

  • Philippine National Police

    2020

    Deputy Chief for Operations

  • Philippine National Police - Joint Task Force COVID-19 Shield

    2020

    Commander

  • Philippine National Police

    2019–2020

    Chief of Directorial Staff

  • Philippine National Police - National Capital Region Police Office

    2018–2019

    Regional Director

  • Philippine National Police - Regional Office 4A

    2018

    Regional Director

  • Philippine National Police - Quezon City Police District

    2016–2018

    District Director

  • Philippine National Police - San Pedro, Laguna

    Chief of Police

  • Criminal Investigation and Detection Group - Batangas and Laguna

    Provincial Officer

  • Police Anti-Crime and Emergency Response (PACER)

    Chief Investigator

  • Criminal Investigation and Detection Group - Central Luzon and Central Vizayas

    Regional Chief

Platform Key Points

  • Healthcare

    • A health and life insurance system for barangay tanods
  • Justice; Police and Anti-Crime

    • Incentive systems for security guards to ensure that criminals are held accountable and security guard licenses are more valid
    • Independence of the PNP-Internal Affairs Service to strengthen accountability and punishment of unproductive police
    • Modernization of police services
    • Greater funds for police body-worn cameras
    • Strengthen the Anti-Cybercrime Group of PNP to hold greater accountability to entities such as online scammers, online sex predators, and other cybercrimes
    • Legislation of QR codes in recruitment systems in all government agencies to topple down a corrupt system

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24 Ernie Ereno

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  • Balikatan 777 Inc

    2021

    President; CEO

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25 Chiz Escudero

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  • Government of Sorsogon

    2019–Present

    Governor

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2017–2019

    Committee Chairperson - Education, Arts and Culture

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2016–2019; 2011–2012

    Committee Chairperson - Financial Institutions and Currencies

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2007–2019

    Senator

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2013–2015

    Committee Chairperson - Finance

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2007–2013

    Committee Chairperson - Justice and Human Rights

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2007–2010

    Committee Chairperson - Ways and Means

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2010

    Committee Chairperson - National Defense and Security

  • House of Representatives

    1998–2007

    Representative, 1st District of Sorsogon

  • House of Representatives

    2004–2007

    House Minority Floor Leader

  • House of Representatives

    1998–2001

    House Assistant Majority Floor Leader

Platform Key Points

  • Empowerment of local governments

    • Call on the national government to distribute more resources to LGUs for a better response to COVID-19

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  • Philippine Star | April 15, 2019

    DQ filed vs Chiz Escudero, partymates

    Sen. Francis “Chiz” Escudero is facing possible disqualification from the Sorsogon gubernatorial race for allegedly violating election regulations. Cause-oriented group Bayan at Mamamayan (BM) on Friday filed with the Commission on Elections (Comelec) a petition seeking the disqualification not only of Escudero, but also of his partymates Mayor Manuel Fortes, Rep. Evelina Escudero and congressional aspirant Ditas Ramos of the Nationalist People Coalition (NPC). The group accused Escudero and his companions of donating P50,000 to the Our Lady of Peñafrancia Seminary (OLPS) as payment for the use of the church’s premises in a proclamation rally.

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26 Luke Espiritu

Track Record

  • Private Legal Practitioner

    2008–Present

    Lawyer

  • Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino

    2014–Present

    Labor Organizer

  • Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino

    2018–2021

    National President

  • Solidarity of Unions in the Philippines for Empowerment and Reform

    2015–2020

    National President

  • Bukluran ng Manggagawang Pilipino

    2015–2018

    Official Spokesperson

  • Freedom from Debt Coalition

    2010–2013

    Board of Trustees member; Legal counsel

  • Partido Lakas ng Masa

    2008–2013

    National Executive Council Member

  • Chavez Miranda Aseoche Law Offices

    2006–2008

    Senior Associate

  • Chavez Miranda Aseoche Law Offices

    2004–2006

    Associate

Platform Key Points

  • Education; Student and Teacher Rights

    • Raise the minimum wage for public teachers in SG-15; legislate Php 10k across-the-board increase
    • Ayuda for teachers and staff that are tested positive for COVID-19 since March 2020
    • Pay the government's debt from Magna Carta for Teachers
    • Hospitals for teachers
    • Legislate the 25 student class size limit and allocate school materials and facilities according to this
    • Increase teachers, guidance counselors and non-teaching personnel according to the school's needs
    • Decrease ancillary and clerical tasks for teachers to increase focus on teaching; give them free laptops and internet connectivity
    • Strengthen the art, culture, and history curriculum at all levels
    • Reform GSIS; establish a separate insurance for teachers
    • Give classroom teachers abilities to participate in policy-making bodies in their own sector
    • Establish a fair merit and promotion system for teachers
    • Protect the rights of private school teachers by ensuring their security of tenure and right to self-organization
    • Give adequate funds to ensure a safe and secure back-to-school protocol
  • Environment

    • Fossil fuel phaseout
    • Shift to low-carbon economy
    • Energy democracy
    • Just transition to a low-carbon economy
    • Active government intervention in the shift to a low-carbon economy
  • Labor and Worker's Rights

    • Legislating the Security of Tenure Law
    • Stronger protection of unionism or the right to self-organize
    • Public employment guarantee
    • Php 750 per day national minimum wage
    • Abolish the Regional Wage Boards
    • End ENDO
  • Economy

    • Wealth Tax
    • Repeal the Rice Tarrification Law and Complete Agrarian Reform
    • Repeal TRAIN and E-VAT
  • Justice

    • SOGIE Protection Bill
    • Repeal Anti-Terror Law

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27 Jinggoy Estrada

Track Record

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2005–2016

    Senator

  • Senate of the Philippines

    June 15–30, 2013

    Acting Senate President

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2007, 2010

    Senate President pro tempore

  • San Juan City Government

    1988–1992

    Vice Mayor

Platform Key Points

  • Trabaho

    Security of Tenure Law

    Stronger protection of Unionism

    Public Employment Guarantee

  • Ekonomiya

    Wealth Tax

    Repeal Rice Tarfication Law and Complete Agrarian Reform

    Repeal TRAIN and E-VAT

  • Sahod

    PHP750+ National Minimum Wage

    Abolish Regional Wage Boards

  • Karapatan

    SOGIE Protection Bill

    Fossil-fuel phase out with just transition

    Repeal Anti-Terror Law

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  • Inquirer | July 17, 2017

    Day One of Jinggoy Estrada’s trial for plunder

    Estrada is charged with allegedly receiving P183 million in kickbacks from his Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF), which was allegedly spent for ghost projects facilitated by bogus foundations of accused mastermind Janet Lim Napoles.

  • Rappler | Sept. 15, 2017

    Sandiganbayan grants bail to Jinggoy Estrada

    The Sandiganbayan ‪Special 5th Division says in its resolution that it granted the former senator's bail petition because the evidence, so far, does not point to him as a 'main plunderer'

  • Inquirer | Jan. 12, 2015

    Cash, checks traced from Napoles to Jinggoy Estrada

    Sen. Jinggoy Estrada, detained on plunder charges, allegedly received kickbacks, coursed through bank dummies in cash and checks totaling more than P150 million over six years, from his pork barrel allocations, official documents made available to the Inquirer revealed.

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28 Bal Falcone

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  • Democratic Party of the Philippines/ Democratic Party of the Poor

    National President

  • Millenium Industrial Commercial Corporation

    President

  • Sagip Bansa Filipinas Foundation Inc.

    Executive Director

  • Global Interphase Security Services Provider, Inc

    Vice President

Platform Key Points

  • Securitization

    • Pool and redistribute national assets in order to increase provincial revenues and decrease population unemployment 

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29 Larry Gadon

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  • Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Quezon City Chapter

    Founding Director

  • Pro-Duterte Constitutional Reformers to Federalism (PDu30-CORE to Federalism)

    President

  • Sison-Gadon Law Firm

    Senior Partner

  • Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo Legal Team

    2012–2016

    Legal counsel

Platform Key Points

  • Government System

    • Advocates for the transition to a Federalism government
    • Limitation of Senatorial 
  • Education

    • Improve technical and vocational education and training
    • Free tertiary education
    • Government printing of educational books
  • Infrastructure

    • Building of dams, water supplies for hydropower electricity
    • Building of railways for transportation of people and goods
  • Technology and Modernization

    • Provide technology to farmers
    • Modernize rice milling industries to increase food security and lower food prices
    • Lowering of price on electricity with the revision of the Electric Power Industry Reform Act

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  • Rappler | Jan. 04, 2022

    SC suspends Gadon over video swearing at journalist

    The Supreme Court (SC) on Tuesday, January 4, said it was suspending lawyer Larry Gadon for hurling expletives at journalist Raissa Robles – an incident captured on video. The suspension is effective until lifted by the SC.

  • ABS-CBN News | Oct. 04, 2019

    Gadon failed to attend mandatory seminars for lawyers for 10 years – SC certification

    In a certification dated October 2, 2019, the MCLE Office said Gadon had only attended 1 MCLE training on May 25, 2009 which was credited to the first compliance period from April 2001 to 2004, valid until April 2007. Since then, Gadon has not attended MCLEs for the second up to the sixth compliance periods from April 2004 to April 2019.

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30 Win Gatchalian

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  • Senate of the Philippines

    2016–Present

    Senator

  • House of Representatives

    2013–2016; 2001–2004

    Representative of the 1st District of Valenzuela City

  • The Wellex Group

    1996–2001

    Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

  • Waterfront Philippines Inc.

    1999–2001

    Vice Chairman

  • Air Philippines Corporation

    1998–1999

    Vice Chairman and Director

Platform Key Points

  • Education

    • Fixing of the K-12 System
    • Increase pay of both private and public teachers
    • Tax relief on private schools
    • Safe return to face-to-face classes
  • Energy

    • Cheaper electricity
    • Modernize the Pantawid Pasada program to provide assistance to the transport sector during oil price hikes
    • Reduce dependence on imported oil

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31 Wow Dick Gordon

Track Record

  • Senate Blue Ribbon Committee

    2017–Present; 2004–2010

    Chairman

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2016–Present; 2004–2010

    Senate

  • Philippine Red Cross

    2004–Present

    Chairman

  • Department of Tourism

    2001–2004

    Secretary

  • Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority

    1992–1998

    Chairman

  • Philippine Red Cross

    1987

    Governor

  • Olongapo City

    1988–1993; 1980–1986

    Mayor

  • Angara Cruz concepcion Abello and Associates Law Office

    1975–1989

    Associate

  • Constitutional Convention of the Philippines

    1971

    Delegate

Platform Key Points

  • Infrastructure

    • Push for Regional Investment and Infastructure Coordinating Hub (RICH) in Central Luzon
    • Build airports and seaports

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  • The Lawphil Project | Jan. 18, 2011

    Liban vs. Gordon

    Petition to declare Gordon as having forfeited his seat in the Senate after accepting the chairmanship of the Philippine National Red Cross Board of Governors, in violation of Sec. 13, Article VI of the Constitution. The Supreme Court declared that the office of the chairman of PNRC is not a government office or an office in a GOCC for purposes of the prohibition in Sec. 13, Article VI of the Constitution

  • The Lawphil Project | Sept. 18, 1998

    Executive Secretary vs. Gordon

    Petition to declare Gordon and two others in contempt of court, due to alleged forum shopping by Gordon in the two petitions he filed to prevent his ouster as chairman of the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority upon the change of administration from President Fidel V. Ramos to President Joseph Ejercito Estrada. On Nov. 18, 1998, the Supreme Court dismissed the petition, ruling that Gordon had filed a notice of withdrawal of the first petition which was later granted

  • The Lawphil Project | June 22, 1993

    Flores, et al. vs. Drilon, Gordon

    The constitutionality of Sec. 13, par. (d), of the "Bases Conversion and Development Act of 1992," under which Mayor Gordon of Olongapo City was appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the SBMA was challenged in a petition for prohibition "to prevent useless and unnecessary expenditures of public funds by way of salaries and other operational expenses attached to the office. On June 22, 1993, the Supreme Court declared that Gordon remains Mayor of Olongapo City, and his acts as SBMA official are not necessarily null and void; he may be considered a de facto officer Any and all per diems, allowances and other emoluments which may have been received by Gordon pursuant to his appointment may be retained by him.

  • The Lawphil Project | Sept. 08, 1988

    Gordon vs. Judge Veridiano

    The issue before the Court is the conflict between the Food and Drug Administration and the mayor of Olongapo City over the power to grant and revoke licenses for the operation of drug stores in the said city. While conceding that the FDA possesses such power, the mayor claims he may nevertheless, in the exercise of his own power, prevent the operation of drug stores previously permitted by the former. The Supreme Court declared that the challenged Orders are MODIFIED in the sense that the suspension of Mayor's Permit No. 1955 shall be considered valid but drug stores return to their original sites as specified in the FDA licenses and the mayor's permits or until the request for transfer, if made by the private respondents/owners, is approved by the petitioner/Mayor Gordon.

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32 Samira Gutoc

Track Record

  • ARMM Regional Legislative Assembly

    Assemblywoman

  • Bangsamoro Transition Commission (BTC)

    Member

  • ARMM Government

    Regional Legislative Assemblywoman

  • Local School Board - Marawi

    Member

  • UP Muslim Students Association

    President

  • Muslim Youth and Students Alliance

    President

  • Asian Peace Alliance

    Founding Member

  • Asia-Pacific Peace Research Association

    Member

  • AMANAH - Asian Muslim Action Network

    Contributor

  • Young Moro Professionals Network (YMPN)

    Mindanao Coordinator

  • Philippine Center for Islam and Democracy

    Convenor

  • Al-Amanah Islamic Investment Bank of the Philippines

    Director

  • Marawi Resort Hotel, Inc.

    Director

Platform Key Points

  • Upholding Displaced Persons' Rights

    • Provide compensation for Marawi residents who lost their property
    • Provide framework on how to assist and protect individuals forced out of their homes due to violence and conflict; the proposed bill will also include a framework for displaced individuals due to natural disasters and calamities
    • Institutionalize and systematize how authorities would keep tabs on missing persons and ensure the proper treatment of remains of victims of conflicts and disasters
  • Accessibility for Healthcare & Utilities

    • Making healthcare more accessible
    • Proposes an audit of the pandemic funds, particularly for the spending in Marawi City. Speaks of lack of healthcare spending in Marawi City, compared to hospitals in Metro Manila
    • Lowering price of electricity
  • Education

    • Free tertiary education
  • Women's Rights & Empowerment

    • Called for the inclusion of women in combatting terrorism and in the decision-making and discussion of peace and security
    • Vowed to push for bills that would require local government units to establish local women’s councils and a comprehensive anti-discrimination policy
  • Anti-discrimination against Muslims

    • Ensure that the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos would be active in giving Muslims, especially those outside Muslim Mindanao, access to burials that respect their traditions

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  • Inquirer | Feb. 10, 2020

    DOJ dismisses sedition raps vs Robredo, 2019 opposition bets

    – The Department of Justice (DOJ) has cleared Vice President Leni Robredo and members of the 2019 Senate opposition slate Otso Diretso of involvement in the “Ang Totoong Narcolist” videos. Members of the Otso Diretso slate included in the complaint by the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) are former Magdalo party-list Representative Gary Alejano, former Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino, former Solicitor General Florin Hilbay, Robredo’s election lawyer Atty. Romulo Macalintal, former Quezon Rep. Lorenzo Tañada III, Samira Gutoc-Tomawis and human rights lawyer Chel Diokno. Aside from the Otso Diretso members, also cleared are Senator Leila de Lima, former Senator Risa Hontiveros, Archbishop Socrates Villegas, Bishop Pablo Virgilio David, Bishop Honesto Ongtioco, Bishop Teodoro Bacani Jr., Fr. Ruben Reyes, Brother Armin Luistro, human rights lawyer Theodore Te, former Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) national president Atty. Abdiel Dan Elijah Fajardo, IBP’s incumbent national president Atty. Domingo Egon Cayosa. Also cleared are Atty. Minerva Ambrosio, Yolly Villanueva Ong, Danilo Songco, Atty. Philip Sawali and Atty. Serafin Salvador.

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33 Honasan Gringo

Track Record

  • Senate of the Philippines

    1995

    Senator

  • Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP)

    Lieutenant

  • Reform of the Armed Forces Movement (RAM)

    Leader

  • Philippine Army Training Command

    1986–1987

    Commandant of Special Operations School

  • Philippine Army

    1983

    Colonel

Platform Key Points

  • Anti-corruption

    Previous Platform:

    • In 2016, he vowed that he and Binay would go after criminals and those involved in corruption, even while he and running mate Binay were were struck with allegations of anomalous activities as senator and Makati Mayor, respectively
  • Employment Opportunities Through Infrastructure

    Previous Platform:

    • In 2016, he proposed to generate rural employment through labor-intensive infrastructure projects like farm-to-market roads, and irrigation facilities

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  • Inquirer | Jan. 14, 2021

    Sandigan junks graft cases vs Honasan over alleged PDAF misuse

    The Sandiganbayan has junked graft cases against now Department of Information and Communication Technology Secretary Gregorio Honasan and his co-accused in relation to the alleged misuse of his Priority Development Assistance Funds (PDAF) when he was still senator in 2012. In its 52-page ruling, the anti-graft court’s 2nd Division granted the demurrer to evidence filed by Honasan, Michael Benjamin, Mehol Kiram Sadain, Fedelina Aldanese, Olga Sajise Galido, Giovanni Manuel Gaerlan, Galay Makalinggan, and Aurora Aragon-Mabang. The court said, “the evidence of the prosecution failed to sufficiently establish the essential elements of the crime charged and to overcome the presumption of innocence in favor of the accused.”

  • VOA News | Oct. 31, 2009

    Former Philippine Senator Arrested on Rebellion Charges

    Honasan, who also is a former army colonel, faces rebellion charges for his alleged roll in February's failed coup, as well as involvement in a 2003 mutiny by junior military officers demanding President Arroyo's resignation.

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34 Risa Hontiveros

Track Record

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2016–Present

    Senator

  • Committee on Women, Children, Family Relations, Gender Equality

    2019–2022

    Chairperson

  • Commission on Appointments

    2018–2021

    Member

  • Akbayan Party

    2012–2021

    Chairperson

  • Committee on Cooperatives

    2016–2019

    Vice Chairperson

  • Philippine Legislators Committee on Population and Development

    2016–2019

    Co-Chairperson

  • Committee on Health

    2016–2017

    Chairperson

  • PhilHealth

    2015–2016

    Director

  • Koalisyon ng Daang Matuwid

    2016

    Senatorial Candidate

  • Philippine Health Insurance Corporation

    2014–2015

    Member of the Board of Directors

  • PhilHealth

    2014

    Trustee

  • House of Representatives

    2004–2010

    Representative, Akbayan Party

  • Akbayan Party

    2004–2010

    Partylist Representative

  • Government Panel for Peace Talks with the NDF

    2001–2004; 1999

    Member

  • Coalition for Peace

    1988–1992

    Secretary-General

  • Foundation for Development Alternatives

    1987–1988

    Community Organizer

Platform Key Points

  • Labor/Worker's Issues

    • WFH Arrangement for BPO and other workers during oil price crisis
    • Better benefits and incentives for 22,000 Barangay Health Workers through the Bibong BHW Bill
  • Family, Women and Children

    • Legislation of Expanded Solo Parents Welfare Bill
    • Strict implementation of Expanded Maternity Leave Law
  • Housing

    • Humane relocation sites for informal settlers through Senate Bill 167 Resettlement Program Act
  • Health

    • Healthy Buhay at Hanapbuhay: accessible nationwide healthcare
    • Continuation and expansion of existing Healthy Pinas Mobile clinics giving free medical services all across the Philippines

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  • Philippine News Agency | Dec. 23, 2021

    Pasay prosecutor files wiretapping raps vs. Hontiveros

    P36,000 bail posted by Hontiveros on Dec. 28, 2021. Source: https://www.rappler.com/nation/senator-risa-hontiveros-posts-bail-aguirre-wiretapping-case/ Aguirre claims that Hontiveros broke wiretapping laws when she called out Aguirre over text messages he was sending during a Senate hearing on the death of Kian de Los Santos. The text messages were seen by Hontiveros through photos taken of Aguirre by media during the hearing. In the messages, Aguirre appears to be urging former Negros Oriental Rep. Jacinto Paras to expedite legal action against Hontiveros.

  • Inquirer | Sept. 03, 2021

    Pharmally employee files cases vs Hontiveros for alleged sedition, perjury

    Case filed by Pharmally Pharmaceutical Corp. employee accusing Hontiveros of conspiring to commit sedition, subornation of perjury, offering false evidence and violating the norms of conduct of public officials Vega claims that Hontiveros bribed his co-worker, Veejay Almira, to tell the Senate blue ribbonpanel under oath on Sept. 24, 2021, that Pharmally instructed employees to tamper with the expiry dates of medical-grade face shields Hontiveros denied these allegations and presented evidence to reporters showing that the Pharmally employee who testified on face shields approached her office first and was thoroughly vetted before he was asked to record a statement under oath

  • Inquirer | Feb. 10, 2020

    DOJ dismisses sedition raps vs Robredo, 2019 opposition bets

    The Department of Justice (DOJ) has cleared Vice President Leni Robredo and members of the 2019 Senate opposition slate Otso Diretso of involvement in the “Ang Totoong Narcolist” videos. Members of the Otso Diretso slate included in the complaint by the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) are former Magdalo party-list Representative Gary Alejano, former Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino, former Solicitor General Florin Hilbay, Robredo’s election lawyer Atty. Romulo Macalintal, former Quezon Rep. Lorenzo Tañada III, Samira Gutoc-Tomawis and human rights lawyer Chel Diokno. Aside from the Otso Diretso members, also cleared are Senator Leila de Lima, former Senator Risa Hontiveros, Archbishop Socrates Villegas, Bishop Pablo Virgilio David, Bishop Honesto Ongtioco, Bishop Teodoro Bacani Jr., Fr. Ruben Reyes, Brother Armin Luistro, human rights lawyer Theodore Te, former Integrated Bar of the Philippines (IBP) national president Atty. Abdiel Dan Elijah Fajardo, IBP’s incumbent national president Atty. Domingo Egon Cayosa. Also cleared are Atty. Minerva Ambrosio, Yolly Villanueva Ong, Danilo Songco, Atty. Philip Sawali and Atty. Serafin Salvador.

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35 RJ Javellana

Track Record

  • Katipunan ng Demokratikong Pilipino

    Present

    Partylist Representative

  • Water for All Refund Movement-United Filipino Consumers and Commuters (WARM-UFCC)

    Present

    President

  • Luntiang Pangarap, Inc.

    Present

    Co-founder, Secretary-General

  • United Filipino Consumers and Commuters

    2015–Present

    President

  • Brgy. 798 San Andres Bukid, City of Manila

    1986

    Brgy. Kagawad

Platform Key Points

  • Taxation

    • Repeal or suspend TRAIN 1 Law
    • Repeal 12% EVAT
  • Agriculture

    • Repeal or suspend Sugar Excise Tax
  • Public Property, Privatization, and Foreign Policy

    • Against the Duterte Administration's amendment of the Public Service Act that allow foreigners full ownership of telcos, airlines and railways
    • Against the Duterte Administration's legislation of RA11600 and RA11601, granting franchises for Maynilad and Manila Water extending beyond Metro Manila (i.e. Cavite and Rizal)
    • Strict implementation of Article 7 Section 17 and 18
  • Commuter's Welfare

    • Regulation and decrease of oil prices
    • Repeal or suspend Fuel Excise Tax

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  • BlogWatch | July 13, 2014

    Ombudsman Intervenes At Supreme Court For Plunder Raps Vs. MWSS, Maynilad & Manila Water

    Last May, Maynilad and Maynilad CFO Randolph Estrallado filed libel raps against WARM and WARM’s president, Rodolfo Javellana, and the Manila Times. The two libel complaints are pending before two prosecutors, one at Quezon City and another at Makati City, based on the same allegedly libelous article published by the Manila Times.

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36 Nur-Mahal Kiram

Track Record

  • Jinggoy Adang SALIH ACCW Anti-Crime Community Watch

    2019–Present

    Vice President

  • Ahlus Suluk Development Corporation

    Marketing Director

  • Junca Group of Companies

    President

  • Smart Brain Philippines

    Co-owner/Director

  • World Foundation Inc.

    Director

  • Task Force Kasanag

    Consultant

  • National Environmental Development Federal Party of the Philippines

    2019

    Executive Director

Platform Key Points

  • Security

    • Peace, unity, and security in Mindanao
    • Decrease Muslim resentment against the Philippine government
  • Mindanao and Muslim Representation

    • Awareness and education of Mindanao and Mindanao Muslim issues
    • Awareness, education, and inclusivity of Mindanao and Mindanao Muslim minority and tribes; fight against Mindanao and Muslim discrimination

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37 Elmer Labog

Track Record

  • Kilusang Mayo Uno

    2003–Present

    Chairperson

  • International League of People's Struggle-Philippines

    2011–Present

    Chairperson

  • International Labor Organization

    2016

    Head of Labor Delegation

  • Genuine Labor Organization in Hotel, Restaurant, and Allied Industries

    1977

    Federation National President

  • The Regent of Manila Hotel Chapter -- National Union of Workers in Hotel, Restaurant, and Allied Industries

    1977

    Union President

  • Bagong Alyansang Makabayan

    Vice President

  • UP Varrons

    Member

Platform Key Points

  • Housing

    • Stop demolition of settlers' homes for commercial purposes
  • Labor/Worker's Issues

    • Abolishing ENDO and ending contractualization and RA6727
    • Emphasizing importance of workers' right to unionize
    • National minimum wage
    • Union Independence Bill
  • Disaster Response

    • Improve National Disaster Response Centers for situations like the pandemic and the Taal eruptions
  • COVID-19 Pandemic

    • Improve and strictly implement ayuda packages; needs to be higher than PHP 200 a month
    • Science-backed COVID-19 response
  • Transportation

    • Abolish Fuel Excise Tax

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38 Kuya Alex Lacson

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  • Malcolm Law

    2001–Present

    Partner and Co-Founder

  • Lawyers as Agents of Social Change

    2006–2009

    MCLE Lecturer; UP Law Center; Legal Advantage Group; The Good Lawyer Project

  • The Practice Magazine: A Magazine for Lawyers

    2003–2005

    Editor-in-chief

  • People's Task Force for Victims of Toxic Waste Contamination in Clark and Subic

    1999–2004

    Legal Counsel

  • United Nations Development Program (Phils)

    1999–2000

    Legal Consultant

  • Civil Service Commission's Multi-Sector Advisory Council

    Former Chairman

  • Institute of Solidarity Asia (ISA)

    CEO

  • Pilipino Movement for Transformational Leadership (PMTL)

    Co-Founder, Former President

Platform Key Points

  • Family

    • Family Health Card of PHP 100,000 per Family per Year
  • Agriculture

    • Negosyong Pampamilya sa Agrikultura
    • National Dairy Program, increases the wages of the 4m farmer families and use local produce for school feeding programs
  • Businesses

    • Franchise Reform Law
    • Center for Youth Entrepreneurship
  • Labor Rights/Worker's Issues

    • Work-from-Home (WFH) setup for employees to save workers' money from traffic and solve a declining economy

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39 Rey Langit

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  • Kasangga Mo Ang Langit & Biyaheng Langit (RJDigiTV)

    Present

    Producer-Host

  • DWIZ 882 AM

    Vice President/Station Manager

  • KBP Metro Manila Chapter

    Chairman Emeritus

  • Multi Sectoral Board of Adviser 355th AEW Unit, PAF

    Adviser

  • Aliw Broadcasting Corporation

    Broad of Trustees

Platform Key Points

  • Broadcast Journalism

    • Raising the standards of broadcast journalism, especially with the standard of transparency in journalism
  • Good Governance

    • Transparency in governance
  • OFWs

    • Protection of OFWs and their rights; promoting more awareness regarding OFW issues
  • Agriculture

    • Investigation of Rice Tarrification Law and the condition of Filipino farmers
  • Health

    • Continued response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Sustainable Development

    • Strengthening cooperatives
    • Increasing foreign investors; improvement in select sectors that will attract more foreign direct investment
  • Family

    • Material assistance for bereaved families

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  • ABS-CBN News | March 22, 2022

    Party formed to oppose Marcos now endorses son Bongbong

    Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi, PDP-Laban chairman, holds up the resolution announcing their endorsement of Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos Jr. as the party’s candidate for president for the May 9 election, at a gathering of the faction of the party at a hotel in Quezon City on Tuesday. The party was founded in the early 80s to oppose the authoritarian government of Ferdinand Marcos, Bongbong's father.

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41 Ariel Lim

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  • United Transport Alliance of the Philippines

    2019–Present

    Chairperson

  • Senate Committee on Public Services

    2018–Present

    Senate Committee on Public Services

  • National Confederation of Tricycle and Transport Operators and Drivers Association of the Philippines

    1993–Present

    President

  • League of Cities of the Philippines

    2010–2013

    Consultant on Public Transportation

  • Malacanang Palace

    2002–2010

    Presidential Assistant on Public Transportation

  • House of Representatives

    1997–1998

    Political Assistant

  • Meycauayan City Government Public Transportation

    Consultant

Platform Key Points

  • Transportation

    • An efficient transportation system
    • Defending workers in transportation
    • A new law to change Land Transportation Law

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42 Emily Malilin

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  • People's National Coalition Towards Bayanihan Federalism

    2020–Present

    Member

  • Philippine Solar Energy Society

    2020–Present

    Board of Trustee

  • Tuguegarao City Development Council

    2016–Present

    Civil Society Organizations Representative

  • Katipunan ng Kamalayang Kayumanggi Party

    2014–Present

    Treasurer

  • Victorious Children of Mary Enthroned

    2000–Present

    Founding Director

  • Federation of National Greening Program of People's Organization of Isabela, Inc.

    Secretary-General

  • Pamathalaan ng Buhay, Inc.

    Board of Trustee/Treasurer

  • Katipunan ng mga Rizalista at Espiritual sa Pilipinas, Inc.

    Board of Trustee/Treasurer

  • Philippine National Coalition-Region 2 Coalition for Bayanihan Federalism

    President

Platform Key Points

  • Good Governance

    • Adapting the PRRD/Puno Federalism Constitution
    • Encouraging participation in POs, NGOs and CSOs for peace and order
  • Education

    • Sufficient funds for education, from elementary to doctorate degree
    • Adding skills training courses to official national curriculum to boost future employment
    • Values transformation education: teaching children Filipino forms of respect, faith in God, and patriotism
  • Family and Women's Rights

    • Jobless Mother Allowance of Php 3000 per month
    • Uphold a law for a standard of a family living wage
  • Eradicating Poverty

    • Setting up Local Business Corporations/Enterprises (LBCs) administered by the upcoming Local Bayanihan Investment Development (LBIDA). Empowers local agricultural industries in each LGU
    • Bagsakan Centers for small business to market products linked to livelihood projects
  • Eradicating Poverty

    • Share of Stock Option; company allows employees to buy shares of stocks

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43 Rodante Marcoleta (Withdrawn)

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  • SAGIP Party-list

    2016–Present

    Congressman

  • House of Representatives

    2019–Present

    Deputy Speaker

  • Alagad Party-list

    2010–2013; 2004–2007

    Congressman

Platform Key Points

  • Economy

    • Reduce electricity prices
  • Education

    • Increase focus in public school education
  • Good Governance

    • Improved measures battling government corruption

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  • PhilStar | Sept. 13, 2017

    Who moved to give the CHR a budget of P1,000?

    On Tuesday evening, 119 members of the House of Representatives voted to give the constitutional Commission on Human Rights a measly budget of only P1,000. 1SAGIP party-list Rep. Rodante Marcoleta, a member of the House supermajority, forwarded the motion to slash the budget of the CHR. Only 32 lawmakers voted against his motion.

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44 Francis Leo Marcos

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  • Health

    • Boost the morale of public nurses and doctors, proper usage of government budget to giving livable wages to public nurses and doctors
  • Agriculture

    • Encourage production of local produce vs. importing from other countries

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  • PhilStar | May 19, 2020

    NBI arrests internet personality Francis Leo Marcos

    Agents of NBI-Cybercrime Division (CCD) arrested Marcos in Quezon City, following the warrant issued by a Baguio City court over his supposed violation of Republic Act 8050, or the revised Optometry Law of 1985. NBI CCD chief Victor Lorenzo told reporters that the case stemmed from Marcos’ distribution of eyeglasses without prior approval and permission from professional associations.

  • Securities and Exchange Commission | Aug. 31, 2021

    he Commission warns the public against FRANCIS LEO MARCOS...

    It has come to the attention of the Commission that the entity operating under the name FILIPINO FAMILY CLUB INTERNATIONAL INC.formerly or a variation of theFRANCIS LEO MARCOS FAMILY CLUB INCORPORATED or FLM FAMILY CLUB, INC. by FRANCIS LEO A. MARCOS orNORMAN A. MANGUSIN is continuously soliciting donations from public for its dubious humanitarian activities through its supposed officers...

  • Politiko | June 20, 2020

    More human trafficking victims surface vs. Francis Leo Marcos

    Online sensation Francis Leon Marcos, whose real name is Norman Mangusin, faces more qualified human trafficking cases, said National Bureau of Investigation-Cyber Crime Division (NBI-CCD) Chief Victor Lorenzo said on Saturday (June 20).

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45 Sonny Matula

Track Record

  • Federation of Free Workers

    2011–Present

    President

  • National Tripartite Industrial Peace Council

    2010–Present

    Workers Representative

  • Social Security Commission

    2006–2010

    Chief of Staff

  • University of Perpetual Help College of Law

    Professor of Constitutional Law and Labor Law

  • University of Manila College of Law

    Professor of Constitutional Law and Labor Law

  • Manuel L. Quezon University College of Law

    Professor of Constitutional Law and Labor Law

  • NAGKAISA Labor Coalition

    Chairman

  • Philippine Delegation of International Labor Conferences

    2009–2021

    Delegate and Adviser

  • Center for Agrarian Reform and Rural Development

    Trustee

  • Pambansang Kilusan ng Samahang Magsasaka

    Legal Counsel

  • Lakas Magsasakang Pilipino

    Legal Counsel

  • Federation of Free Workers

    1998–Present

    National President, National Vice President, Chief Legal Counsel

  • Office of the President

    Executive Assistant

  • Executive Director

    2001–2002

    Presidential Anti-Graft Commission

  • University of Perpetual Help College of Law

    Professor of Constitutional Law and Labor Law

  • University of Manila College of Law

    Professor of Constitutional Law and Labor Law

  • Manuel L. Quezon University College of Law

    Professor of Constitutional Law and Labor Law

  • NAGKAISA Labor Coalition

    Chairman

  • Philippine Delegation of International Labor Conferences

    2009–2021

    Delegate and Adviser

  • Center for Agrarian Reform and Rural Development

    Trustee

  • Pambansang Kilusan ng Samahang Magsasaka

    Legal Counsel

  • Lakas Magsasakang Pilipino

    Legal Counsel

  • Federation of Free Workers

    1998–Present

    National President, National Vice President, Chief Legal Counsel

  • Office of the President

    Executive Assistant

  • Executive Director

    2001–2002

    Presidential Anti-Graft Commission

  • Pedro Abad Santos Social Institute

    Deputy Director

  • Institute of Social Order - Ateneo de Manila University

    Labor Desk Officer

Platform Key Points

  • Labor and Worker's Rights

    • Increasing the national minimum wage 
    • Legislating the Security of Tenure Law 
    • PHP 10,000 per month subsidy for laid-off employees and implementation of unemployment insurance 
    • Wage subsidies for no-work and no-pay policies
    • More jobs to encourage OFWs to work in the country 
  • Human Rights

    • Universal health care with a wider coverage 
    • Improving workers and human's rights 
  • Environment

    • More Green Jobs and Climate Jobs for the environment

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46 Marieta Mindalano-Adam

Track Record

  • Bureau on Cultural Heritage

    2016–2017

    Division Chief

  • Former Office of the Regional Governor of Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao

    1993–1996

    Executive Assistant II

Platform Key Points

  • Political and Government reforms

    • Shift to federalism
    • Prohibition of political dynasties
    • Strengthen international relations
  • Human Rights

    • Protection and prioritization of Indigenous Peoples
    • Prioritization of women's rights, children's rights, senior citizen's benefit rights
  • Economy

    • Economic recovery from the pandemic
  • Labor

    • Creation of a Film Commission for the protection of film industry workers
    • Creation of an OFW Department to promote welfare for OFWs and their children

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47 Leo Olarte

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  • Clean Air Philippines Movement Incorporated

    Present

    President

  • Philippine Medical Association

    2013–2014

    President

  • Philippine Hospital Association

    Former Vice President

  • UE College of Law

    Professor of Law

  • FEU Institute of Law

    Professor of Law

  • FEU-NRMF Institute of Medicine

    Professor of Legal Medicine

Platform Key Points

  • COVID-19 Response

    • Focus on research and development for the country to provide local vaccines and supplements against COVID-19
  • Health

    • Health insurance for all Filipinos
  • Education

    • Improve quality of education, specifically in science and technology
    • Free primary and secondary education for students
    • Free snacks and lunch to all students

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  • Inquirer | March 27, 2014

    PMA chief Olarte slapped with tax evasion rap

    The BIR said its investigators discovered that Olarte has been deriving compensation income concurrently from two or more employers and from the exercise of his profession for the said period amounting to P 569, 825.88 in 2006, P221, 206.22 in 2007, P226, 186.90 in 2008, P774. 990.59 in 2009, P715, 515.62 in 2010, P992, 298.84 in 2011 and P1, 919,576.01 in 2012. His tax liability is P2.93 million.

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48 Minguita Padilla

Track Record

  • Association of Eye Banks in Asia

    2021–Present

    President

  • Eye Bank Foundation of the Philippines

    Present

    President and CEO

  • Asia Cornea Society

    Present

    Founding Council member

  • DOH Philippine Organ Donation and Transportation Program (PODTP)

    Present

    Technical adviser

  • Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Philippine General Hospital, UP College of Medicine

    Clinical Associate Professor

  • St. Luke’s Medical Center-Global City

    Consultant

  • St. Luke’s Medical Center-Global City

    Head, Committee on Ethics and Discipline

  • St. Luke’s Medical Center-Global City

    Head, Ocular Tissue Transplant Service

  • St. Luke’s Medical Center-Global City

    Member, advisory board to the president

  • Philippine Health Insurance Corp.

    2015-2016

    Head Executive Staff

  • Department of Health

    2014-2015

    Consultant

  • Eye Bank Foundation of the Philippines

    Founder

Platform Key Points

  • COVID-19 Response

    • Hasten COVID-19 Response and response to other pandemics
  • Healthcare

    • Reforms in PhilHealth's system
    • Ensure free medicine through universal healthcare
    • Reforms for supply chain management
    • Combat fake news regarding medicine
    • Mental health support, especially for the youth
    • Prioritize organ donation
  • National Security

    • Emphasize our sovereignty; West Philippine Sea

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49 Robin Padilla

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  • Strategic Communications Committee of the Philippine Army Multi-Sectoral Advisory Board

    2020–2021

    Chairperson

Platform Key Points

  • Unity

    Unity between Muslims and Christians, focus on the common goal of peace and progress

  • Equality

     

    Support of gender equality, LGBTQ rights

    Passing of the Security of Tenure and End Endo Act of 2018

  • Government Systems

    Supports federalism

  • Poverty, aid

     

    Improvement of wages for teachers and healthcare workers

     

    Better implementation of existing laws for regulation of mining and environmental proection

     

    Mining to be state-owned

    Focus on generating jobs and employment instead of dependence on financial aid

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50 Salvador Panelo

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  • "Centro Escolar University University of the East Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila"

    2013–Present

    Law Professor

  • Office of the President

    2016–2021

    Chief Presidential Legal Counsel

  • Office of the President

    2018–2020

    Presidential Spokesperson

  • United Laboratories

    1977–1987

    In-house legal officer

  • Integrated Bar of the Philippines - Rizal Chapter

    1985

    President

  • Integrated Bar of the Philippines

    1983

    Director

Platform Key Points

  • Education

    • Free legal education and services
  • Government Systems

    • Endorses PDP-Laban's proposals to shift to federalism and parliamentary system

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  • Supreme Court of the Philippines | Dec. 02, 2020

    Felicidad L. Barcena Vs. Atty. Salvador S. Panelo

    Administrative complaint filed by Felicidad L. Barcena for alleged violation of Bar Matter No. 1922 and ignorance of the law, relating to a complaint and letter signed and filed by Panelo in 2011 as legal counsel in which Panelo failed to correctly indicate the date and number of his Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Compliance Certificate as required under BM No. 1922

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51 Astra Pimentel

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  • Department of Energy

    2021

    Undersecretary

  • Commission on Filipinos Overseas

    2018–2021

    Executive Director and Undersecretary

  • PDP Laban

    Expelled in July 2021, re-elected in August 2021

    National Chairperson of the Committee on Membership

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  • Overseas Filipino Workers

    • Support OFWs through pension plans, easy access housings, discount benefits, and education programs for children

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52 Manny Piñol

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  • Mindanao Development Authority

    2019–2021

    Chair

  • National Food Council

    2019–2019

    Chairman

  • Department of Agriculture

    2016–2019

    Secretary of Agriculture

  • Cotabato Government

    2007–2010

    Vice Governor

  • North Cotabato Government

    2004–2007; 2001–2004; 1998–2001

    Governor

  • M'lang Cotabato

    1995–1998

    Mayor

Platform Key Points

  • Food Security, Agriculture

    • Ensurance of food sufficiency
    • Development of the agriculture and fisheries sectors
    • Eliminate dependence on imported agriculture products, such as rice and poultry
    • Amendment of the Rice Tariffication Law
    • Finish 12,000km farm-to-market roads

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53 Willie Ricablanca Jr.

Track Record

  • Partido Maharlika

    2021–Present

    Chairman

  • Civilian Intelligence Network (Regional Intelligence Unit - NCR Camp Crame Quezon City)

    2010–Present

    Chief Monitoring Officer

  • Pastors Association for the Restoration & Tranformation Inc. (PARTI)

    2006–Present

    President, Chairman Emeritus

  • Community Force Multipliers for Peace Inc. (CFMPI)

    2008–Present

    Founding Chairman

Platform Key Points

  • Legalisation Support

    • Supports Republic Act 8371, protection of the rights of indigenous cultural communities and other minorities
    • Supports RA 9994, mandatory benefits and privileges for senior citizens
    • Supports RA 8972, free education for children of solo parents
    • Supports RA 7277, delivery of funds allocated to persons with disabilities
  • Advocacies

    • Provide support for NGOs
    • Support pastors and ministers by providing free education and health benefits for their children

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54 Harry Roque

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  • Academy of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Washington College of Law of American University

    2011–Present

    Adjunct Professor

  • Institute of Judicial Administration, UP Law Center

    2002–Present

    Lecturer

  • IATF-EID

    2020–2021

    Spokesperson

  • Office of the President

    2020–2021; 2017–2018

    Presidential Spokesperson

  • Asian Society of International Law

    2017–2019

    President

  • House of Representatives

    2016–2017

    Kabayan Party-List Representative

  • Roque & Butuyan Law Offices

    1991–2017

    Partner

  • Philippine Judicial Academy, Supreme Court

    2006–2016

    Professor, Department of International and Human Rights Law

  • Institute of International Legal Studies, University of the Philippines-Diliman Law Center

    2011–2015; 2005–2008

    Director

  • Center for International Law

    2005–2015

    Chairperson and co-founder

  • University of the Philippines-Diliman

    2007–2015

    Associate Professor

  • Onesimo Foundation Inc.

    1996

    Founder

Platform Key Points

  • Government Reform, Systems

    • File bills for stricter implementation of Philippine Health Insurance Corp. processes
  • Public Health

    • Supports the "no-vax, no-ride" policy of the Duterte Administration
    • Pushes for improvement of protection of women's health

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55 Nur-Ana Sahidulla

Track Record

  • Philippine National Red Cross-Sulu Chapter

    2004–2019

    Chairperson

  • Citizen National Guard

    2017–2018

    President

  • House of Representatives

    2010–2013

    Representative of the 2nd District of Sulu

  • Government of Sulu

    2007–2010; 2004–2007

    Vice Governor

  • Banguingui, Sulu

    2001–2003; 1998–2001

    Mayor

  • Anak Ilo Foundation Incorporated

    1995

    Founder

Platform Key Points

  • Labor and Worker's Rights

    • Protect employees from being easily dismissed from work
    • Remove the working-age limit
    • Impose a per-hour wage system, like the US
    • On business, consolidate all taxes paid by businesses into a single, flat, equal tax imposed on all businesses regardless of size
    • Ensure equal opportunity for all, regardless of religion, gender, educational attainment, especially in employment and business
  • Muslim Representation

    • Promotes unification of muslims and non-muslims

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  • ABS-CBN News | Dec. 11, 2018

    Ex-Sulu lawmaker on misdeclared SALN case: I was politicized

    enatorial aspirant and former Sulu Rep. Nur-Ana "Princess Lady Ann" Sahidulla on Tuesday denied misdeclaring her joint 2009 Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net worth (SALN) for which she was indicted by the Ombudsman. "Na-politicize ako, ginawan lang ako, pinaimbestigahan na yung tao, walang nagsasabi na may ganitong pangalan, from different municipality wala din. Parang political distraction lang yun," she told radio DZMM's senatorial candidates' interview "Ikaw Na Ba." (I was politicized, it was made up, the person was investigated but no one said that there was a name like this, even from a different municipality. It was just like a political distraction.)

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56 Jopet Sison

Track Record

  • FIRMAMENT Development Corporation

    2013–Present

    President

  • Ipaglaban Mo Foundation and Sison Law

    1989–Present

    Trustee/Consultant

  • Kapag Nasa Katwiran, Ipaglaban Mo

    2014–Present

    Co-Host

  • Secretariat for the National Summit on Housing and Urban Development

    2015–2016

    Head

  • National Home Mortgage Finance Corporation

    2005–2012

    President

  • National Housing Authority

    2001–2005

    Assistant General Manager

  • 4th District of Quezon City

    1992–1998

    Councilor

  • Brgy. Pinagkaisahan, Quezon City

    1989–1992

    Barangay Kagawad

Platform Key Points

  • Government Reform

    • Supports the shift to a federalized and unicameral form of government
    • Passage of the Freedom of Information Bill
    • Line-item budgeting, detailed use of every peso spent by the government
    • Uniform standards and checklist for grants
  • Housing

    • Continuation of the Build, Build, Build Program with the inclusion of hospitals, schools, and housing
  • Transportation

    • Passage of the Public Utility Employees Act to protect drivers
    • Improvement of the transportation department
    • Improvement of the Land Transportation Office and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board
  • Modernization

    • Digitization promotion and education
    • Support and promote Internet use, artificial intelligence, and blockchain
    • Unified ID system

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57 Gibo Teodoro

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  • Philippine Geothermal Production Company

    Present

    Independent Director

  • Alphaland Corporation

    Present

    Independent Director

  • Philippine Air Force Multi-Sector Governance Council

    Present

    Chairperson

  • Sagittarius Mines Incorporated

    2015–Present

    Chairman of the Board of Directors

  • Indophil Resources Incorporated

    2015–Present

    Chairman of the Board of Directors

  • BDO Unibank, Inc.,

    2014–2021

    Independent Director

  • Department of National Defense and concurrent head of the NDCC

    2007–2009

    Secretary

  • House of Representatives

    1998–2007

    Representative, 1st District of Tarlac

  • House of Representatives

    1998–2001

    Assistant Majority Leader

Platform Key Points

  • COVID-19 Response

    • Expedite vaccine administration to reopen the economy
    • More efficient modes of transporting vaccines
    • Vaccine education
    • More funds to LGUs for vaccine efforts
  • Modernization, Technology

    • Investing in research and development in technology
  • Education

    • Free or affordable higher education
    • Improve K-12 System

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58 Antonio Trillanes IV

Track Record

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2013–2019; 2007–2013

    Senator

Platform Key Points

  • COVID-19 Response

    • Prioritize economic recovery
  • Government reform

    • Livestream public biddings in government agencies
  • Foreign Policy

    • Harness support from ASEAN and the United Nations regarding West Philippine Sea dispute

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  • Rappler | May 31, 2021

    Trillanes guilty of libel for accusing Junjun Binay of buying off CA

    A Makati Regional Trial Court (RTC) found former senator Antonio Trillanes IV guilty of libel for accusing former Makati mayor Junjun Binay in 2015 of buying off Court of Appeals (CA) justices to obtain favorable orders. Makati RTC Branch 148 Judge Andres Soriano fined Trillanes P100,000 and ordered the former senator to pay Binay P500,000 in moral damages and costs of suit. There was no jailtime imposed.

  • PNA | May 16, 2018

    SC affirms QC court ruling to proceed damage suit vs. Trillanes

    The Supreme Court has denied the petition of Senator Antonio Trillanes IV seeking to reverse the decision of Quezon City court to proceed with the damage suit filed by a businessman accused by the lawmaker of being a “dummy” of former Vice President Jejomar Binay in the purchase of a 150-hectare property in Rosario, Batangas.

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59 Idol Raffy Tulfo

Track Record

  • Wanted sa Radyo - Radyo5 92.3 FM

    2011–Present

    Host

Platform Key Points

  • Labor Rights

    • Protection of laborers from wage theft
    • Creation of Migrant Workers Department
  • Media

    • Creation and passage of a magna carta for media workers
    • Support for media workers protection
    • Grant of permit for media workers to carry firearms if evidence of harassment and receipt of death threats is clear, and with proper training in gun handling

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60 Rey Valeros

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  • No to Mandatory Vaccination Group

    Present

    Founder

  • Anti-Narcotics International Assistance Group

    Present

    Director

Platform Key Points

  • Public Health

    • Promotion of natural preventive medicines
    • Avoidance of lockdowns and protocols
    • Promotion of natural resources exploration

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  • Philippine News Agency | Jan. 12, 2022

    "Anti-vaccine rallyists sued for ordinance, law violations "

    The Manila Police District (MPD) on Wednesday subjected to inquest proceedings six persons who conducted an anti-vaccine rally without wearing or improperly wearing a face mask, and charged them with violation of city ordinances and for disobedience to a person in authority.

  • PhilStar | Jan. 13, 2022

    Cases filed against anti-vaccine protesters for quarantine violations

    To recall, "more or less 150 persons" affiliated with anti-vaccination group Gising Maharlika took to the Liwasang Bonifacio Shrine in Ermita, Manila City on Tuesday to "publicly question government action against [the] COVID-19 pandemic and encourage their members to refuse vaccination."

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61 Joel Tesdaman Villanueva

Track Record

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2016–Present

    Senator

  • Technical Education and Skills Development Authority

    2010–2015

    Director General

Platform Key Points

  • Economy, Job Creation

    • Unemployment insurance
    • Supports flexible employment arrangements, in support of voluntary work and freelancers
  • Labor Rights

    • Protection of worker's rights
    • Re-file the End Endo Bill

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62 Mark Villar

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  • Inter-Agency Task Force for Emerging Infectious Diseases

    2020–2021

    Isolation Czar

  • Department of Public Works and Highways

    2016–2021

    Secretary

  • Global Interphase Security Services Provider

    Vice-President

  • House of Representatives

    2010–2016

    Representative of the lone District of Las Piñas

  • Vista Land & Lifescapes

    Managing Director

  • Crown Asia Corp.

    President

Platform Key Points

  • Infastructure

    • Continuation of the BBB Program to improve connectivity and economic growth
    • Prioritize job generation

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63 Carmen Zubiaga

Track Record

  • Gender, Equality, Disability, and Social Inclusion

    2019–Present

    Consultant

  • National Council on Disability Affair

    2012–2019

    Acting Executive Director

  • Tanay, Rizal

    2004–2012

    Social Welfare Officer

  • Women with Disabilities Leap to Social and Economic Progress

    2000–2004

    President and Chief Executive Officer

  • National Center for the Disabled, Ministry of Social Affairs, Cambodia (through the UN Volunteer Program)

    1996–1999

    Technical Adviser

Platform Key Points

  • Inclusivity, Equality

    • Pass the Family Protection and Security Act to support and protect families with disabilities, adopted children, and same-sex couples
    • Creation of safe spaces for all including children, women, PWDs, LGBTQ persons, and the elderly in public spaces including transport, facilities, and the workplace
  • Rehabilitation

    • Early intervention and education centers for children with disabilities
    • Assistive devices and technology
    • Community-based mental health programs
    • Disability support for all tertiary schools

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64 Migz Zubiri

Track Record

  • 17th and 18th Congress

    2018–Present

    Senate Majority Leader

  • Senate of the Philippines

    2016–Present; 2007–2011

    Senator

  • Philippine Red Cross

    2018–2020

    Vice Chairman

  • 14th Congress

    2008–2010

    Senate Majority Leader

  • House of Representatives

    1998–2007

    Representative of the 3rd District of Bukidnon

Platform Key Points

  • COVID-19 Response

    • Increase vaccination efforts and testing
    • Passage of Bayanihan 3
  • Government Transparency

    • Access to Statements of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth of all government officials
    • Strengthen the Office of the Ombudsman with more facilities and personnel
  • Disaster Response

    • Creation of Typhoon Odette fund
    • Marawi Siege Compensation Act
  • Public Health

    • Easier access to health care facilities

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  • Inquirer | Aug. 03, 2011

    Zubiri resigns amid poll fraud scandal

    Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri announced his resignation from his post on Wednesday, saying he and his family were deeply hurt by fraud allegation and trial by publicity being waged by his rival, lawyer Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III, who lost against him for the 12th slot in the 2007 senatorial elections.

  • Inquirer | July 14, 2011

    Aquilino Pimentel calls for Zubiri’s resignation

    Pimentel, whose son, Aquilino “Koko” III, filed an election protest against Zubiri for alleged electoral fraud, said the testimony of Ampatuan and Lintang Bedol, a former Maguindanao elections supervisor of the Commission on Elections, on elections boosted his claim that Koko had been cheated.

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