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  • Insert National and Bicol Map to show location of Camsur
  • Grp small and big provinces in this slide. Inludeilocos provinces in grp of small, area and population
  • Headed by AIM Pres and former Sec of Finance Hon. Roberto De Ocampo
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    • 1. HOUSE BILL NO. 4820AN ACT CREATING THE PROVINCE OF NUEVA CAMARINES A PRESENTATION TO THE SENATE November 15, 2011
    • 2. INTRODUCTION HB NO. 4820 WASAPPROVED IN THE HOUSE OF CONGRESS WITH A VOTE OF 229 AGAINST 1 2
    • 3. FOUR (4) CAMARINES SUR CONGRESSMEN JOINTLY SPONSORED HB NO. 48201. Rep. Arnulfo P. Fuentebella (4th District)2. Rep. Luis R. Villafuerte (3rd District)3. Rep. Diosdado Arroyo (2nd District)4. Rep. Rolando R. Andaya, Jr. (1st District)
    • 4. OTHER CONGRESSMEN SPONSORS
    • 5. MAJORITY OF THE LOCAL LEADERS OF CAMARINES SUR SUPPORT HB 4820 24 MAYORS 24 VICE MAYORS MAJORITY OF COUNCILORS MAJORITY OF BARANGAY CAPTAINS NGOS AND CIVIC ORGNIZATIONS BUSINESS SECTOR, AND MANY NON-POLITICAL ORGS./GROUPS
    • 6. MAYORS OF CAMARINES SUR SUPPORTING HB 4820 4TH DISTRICT 3RD DISTRICT1 GOA HON. ANTERO S. LIM 10 CALABANGA HON. EVELYN S. YU 11 BOMBON HON. MA. LUISA DC. ANGELES2 CARAMOAN HON. CONSTANTINO H. CORDIAL, JR. 12 CAMALIGAN HON.EMMANUEL T. PRADO3 PRESENTACION HON. JOEY DELEÑA 13 CANAMAN HON. EMMANUEL S. REQUEJO4 SAGÑAY HON. EVELYN B. FUENTEBELLA 2ND DISTRICT5 SIRUMA HON. KAREN POLINGA 14 GAINZA HON. WILLIAM ABILAY6 TIGAON HON. ARNULF BRIAN B. FUENTEBELLA 15 LIBMANAN HON. MARILYN A. JIMENEZ7 TINAMBAC HON. RUEL T. VELARDE 16 SAN FERNANDO HON. EUGENIO LAGASCA JR. 17 PAMPLONA HON. GEMINO IMPERIAL 5TH DISTRICT 18 MINALABAC HON. LEOVEGILDO BASMAYOR JR.8 IRIGA CITY HON. MADELAINE Y. ALFELOR-GAZMEN 19 PASACAO HON. ASUNCION ARCEO9 BAAO HON. MELQUIADES I. GAITE 20 MILAOR HON. ROGELIO A. FLORES 6
    • 7. BICOL REGIONCOMPARATIVE STATISTICAL DATA PROVINCE LAND AREA POPULATION (Km2) 2007 ALBAY 2,565.80 1,187,185 CAMARINES NORTE 2,320.10 513,785* CAMARINES SUR 5,502.00 1,693,821 CATANDUANES 1,492.20 232,757 MASBATE 4,151.80 768,939 SORSOGON 2,119.00 709,673*CamarinesSur is the largest province in the BicolRegion in terms of Land Area (30.23%) andPopulation (33.17%)Sources: LMB, NSCB &NSO 7
    • 8. PROFILE OF 1 4CAMARINES 2 3SUR 5PARTICULARS CY 2010NO. OF TOWNS 35NO. OF CITIES (Iriga-component, Naga- chartered) 2NO. OF CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS 5NO. OF BARANGAYS 1,036POPULATION 1,693,821 8
    • 9. LEGAL BASIS OF HB NO. 4820 1. Article X, Section 10 of the 1987 Philippine Constitution. 2. Section 461 of R.A. 7160 - 1991 Local Government Code
    • 10. Article X, Section 10 of the1987 Philippine ConstitutionNo province xxx may bexxxDIVIDEDxxx or its boundarysubstantially altered, EXCEPT inaccordance with the CRITERIAestablished in the LOCALGOVERNMENT CODE and subject toapproval by a majority of the votes castin a PLEBISCITE in the political unitsDIRECTLY AFFECTED.
    • 11. SECTION 461 OF R.A. 7160 1991 LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE1. Average income for the last two years of not less than P20M, based on 1991 CPI (present value = P65M);-and either-2. Population of not less than 250,000;-or-3. Land area of not less tha 2,000 sq. km. PROVIDED:1. The division does not reduce the income population, or land area of the LGU to less than the minimum requirements of this Code; and2. The income classification of the original LGU shall not fall below its current classification prior to such division.
    • 12. LEGAL COMPLIANCE OF HB NO. 4820 TO SECTION 461 OF RA 7160(1991 LOCAL GOVERNMENT CODE)
    • 13. COMPLIANCE OF H.B. 4820 TO SECTION 461 OF R.A. 7160BLGF CERTIFICATION – MARCH 10, 2011NSO CERTIFICATION - MARCH 07, 2011LMB CERTIFICATION - APRIL 07, 2011 PARTICULARS REQUIREMENTS COMPLIANCE COMPLIANCE CAMARINES SUR NUEVA (MOTHER PROVINCE) CAMARINES DISTS. 1,2&3 (NEW PROVINCE) DISTS 4 & 5AVE. INCOME (1991 CPI) P20.0 M P283.48 M P223.4 MAND EITHER (2010=P65M)POPULATION OR 250,000 892,203 801,618LAND AREA (sq. km.) 2,000 2,531.60 2,970.4013
    • 14. BLGF COMPUTATION OF THE AVERAGE ANNUAL INCOMETO COMPUTE FOR THE AVE. ANNUAL INCOME FOR2009 & 2010, THE 2009 & 2010 INCOME SHOULD BE DEFLATED BASED ON 1991 CPI THE DEFLATORS WERE ARRIVED AS FOLLOWS: 1991 CPI(2000 as base year) = 53.60 2009 CPI(2000 as base year) = 160.00 2010 CPI(2000 as base year) = 166.10 2009 DEFLATOR = 160.00/53.60 = 2.985 2010 DEFLATOR = 166.10/53.60 = 3.099 14
    • 15. INCOME CLASSIFICATIONTo compute income classification:Get actual income last 4 years (2007-2010)Get the average then compare with income brackets INCOME CLASSIFICATION BRACKET OF PROVINCES 1ST CLASS – P450.0 M OR MORE 2ND CLASS – P360.0 M TO P 450.0 M 3RD CLASS – P270.0 M TO P360.0 M 4TH CLASS – P180.0 M TO P270.0 M 5TH CLASS – P90.0 M TO P180.0 M 6TH CLASS – BELOW P90.0 15
    • 16. MOTHER PROVINCE REMAINS AS A FIRST CLASS PROVINCESECTION 461 OF R.A. 7160 MANDATES THAT THE INCOMECLASSIFICATION OF MOTHER PROVINCE IS NOT REDUCED YEAR INCOME 2007 P 567,475,416.64 2008 P 671,207,205.49 2009 P 848,188,234.55 1ST CLASS 2010 P 848,088,883.09 PER DOF DO TOTALS P 2,934,959,739.09 NO. 23-08 DTD 7/29/09 DIVIDED BY 4 YEARS AVE. INCOME P 733,739,934.94 P450M AverageBLGF Certification dated March 10, 2011 Income for 4 yrs 16
    • 17. NUEVA CAMARINES AS A SEPARATE PROVINCE MAY ALSO BECOME A FIRST CLASS PROVINCE YEAR COMPUTED INCOME 2007 P 478,288,701.38 2008 P 548,315,572.68 2009 P 648,611,023.38 2010 P 689,675,196.63 1ST CLASS PER DOF DO TOTALS P 2,364,890,494.07 NO. 23-08 DIVIDED BY 4 YEARS DTD 7/29/09 AVE. INCOME P 591,222,623.52 P450M AverageBLGF Certification dated March 10, 2011 Income for 4 17 yrs
    • 18. COMPARATIVE DATA ON NEW & ORIGINAL (MOTHER) PROVINCE PARTICULARS MOTHER PROVINCE NUEVA CAMARINES DISTS 1,2&3 DISTS. 4 & 5NO. TOWNS 19 + NAGA CITY 16 + IRIGA CITYPOPULATION 892,203 801,618LAND AREA (sq. km.) 2,531.60 2,970.40AVE. INCOME (1991 CPI) P283.5 M P223.4 MINCOME CLASSIFICATION P733.7 M-1ST CLASS P591.2 M-1ST CLASS COMPUTED RESULTING INCOME(AVERAGE FOUR YEARS INCOME) CLASSIFICATION2010 REGULAR INCOME P 848.1 M P 689.7 MBLGF CERTIFICATION – MARCH 10, 2011NSO CERTIFICATION - MARCH 07, 2011 1LMB CERTIFICATION - APRIL 07, 2011 3 4 2 MOTHER NUEVA PROVINCE 5 CAMARINES Dists. 1,2, & 3 Dists. 4 & 5 18
    • 19. RATIONALE FOR PROPOSING TO CREATE A NEW PROVINCE 1 3 4 2 MOTHER NUEVA PROVINCE 5 CAMARINES Dists. 1,2, & 3 Dists. 4 & 5 1. GOOD GOVERNANCE 2. POVERTY INCIDENCE 19
    • 20. INDICATORS IN DETERMINING GOOD GOVERNANCE• ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE INDEX• POLITICAL GOVERNANCE INDEX• ADMINISTRATIVE GOVERNANCE INDEX A. EDUCATION INDEX B. HEALTH INDEX C. POWER AND ICT INDEX 20
    • 21. PER NATIONAL STATISTICAL COORDINATION BOARD (NSCB) ANALYSIS, THE FOLLOWING ARE INDICATORS OF GOOD GOVERNANCE• ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE INDEX • Total Financial Resources Generated Per Capita • Per Capita Tax and Non-Tax • Per Capita Total Deposits • Per Capita Expenditure on Social Services • Unemployment Rate • Underemployment Rate • Inflation Rate • Poverty Gap • Poverty Incidence
    • 22. INDICATORS OF GOOD GOVERNANCE (C0NTINUED)• POLITICAL GOVERNANCE INDEX •Crime Solution Efficiency Rate •Voter’s Turnout Rate• ADMINISTRATIVE GOVERNANCE INDEX A. EDUCATION INDEX • Elementary Teacher to Pupil Ratio • High School Teacher to student Ratio • No. of Public Elem. Sch. per 1000 School Age population • No. of Public High Sch. per 1000 School Age pop’n
    • 23. INDICATORS OF GOOD GOVERNANCE (C0NTINUED)A. EDUCATION INDEX (continued) • Enrolment in Gov’t. Elem Sch per 1000 Sch. Age Pop’n • Enrolment in Gov’t. HS Sch per 1000 Sch. Age Pop’n • Elementary Pupil-Classroom Ratio • High School Pupil-Classroom RatioB. HEALTH INDEX – Total Health Personnel per 1000 Population – % Birth less than 2500 grams – % Of Household with access to safe water – Barangay Health Station per 100,000 PopulationC. POWER AND ICT INDEX – Power Index/Electrification – ICT Index (Telephone Density per 1000 Population)
    • 24. IN DETERMINING POVERTY LEVEL1. AN ANNUAL FAMILY INCOME OF PhP16,000 and below is classified as “poor” 24
    • 25. PRESENT OUTLOOK OF CAMARINES SUR CAMARINES SUR IS AMONG THE BIGGEST PROVINCES IN THE COUNTRY. IT’S LAND AREA IS 5,502 SQUARE KM WHICH IS ALMOST AS BIG AS THE PROVINCES OF ILOCOS NORTE AND ILOCOS SUR COMBINED (6,100 SQUARE KM) RANKS SECOND TO THE LOWEST IN GOOD GOVERNANCE (78TH OUT OF 79 PROVINCES) MAGUINDANAO BEING THE 79TH. 2ND TO THE HIGHEST POVERTY INCIDENCE IN BICOL REGION AND THIRD OVER ALL IN THE MAGNITUDE OF POOR FAMILIES IN THE PHILIPPINES 25
    • 26. MAGNITUDE OF THE AREAOF THE PROVINCE• Camarines Sur has 1,036 Barangays• There is only 365 DAYS in a year• It will take more than 3 years to visit all barangays 26
    • 27. SMALL AND BIG PROVINCES COMPARED NSCB, 2011 GGI Provinces POVERTY SMALLER Area Pop’n, (79 - which have CLUSTER/ PROVINCES FROM (km2) 2007 INCIDENCE worst) decided to IlocosNorte Ilocos 3,504 547,284 5/12.4% 24 divide in the Ilocos Sur Ilocos 2,596 632,255 4/ 17.0% 12past have done QUIRINO N.Viscaya 2,323 397,837 4/ 12.3% 14 much better in SIQUIJOR Negros Or. 337 87,695 2/ 38.0% 2 terms of good AURORA Quezon 3,147 187,802 3/ 24.2% 17 governance, BILIRAN Leyte 536 150,031 2/ 34.9% 15 poverty GUIMARAS Iloilo 604 151,238 4/ 20.5% 38 alleviation, and KALINGA Kalinga A. 3,231 103,633 3/ 25.9% 3 in governing CAMIGUIN Misamis Or. 237 81,293 2/ 44.6% 1their economic, BIG PROV. MASBATE Sorsogon 4,151 768,939 1/54.2% 76 political and Ambos administrative CAM SUR Cam 5,502 1,693,821 1/ 47.0% 78 affairs. QUEZON 9,069 1,646,510 3/ 32.5% 74 LEYTE 6,515 1,722,036 3/ 34.3% 77 The state of poverty in divided provinces was much 27 better than in Cam Sur.
    • 28. Negative consequences of “BIGNESS” - Public Finance Institute of the Philippines, Headed byAIM President and former Sec. of Finance Hon. Roberto De Ocampo Difficulty of establishing accountability. Too many people involved Residents are at a loss on who is doing what and how redress can be sought when public service is badly delivered. The absence of accountability induces under- performance, abuse of powers, and inefficiencies, and corruption.28
    • 29. BIGGER LGUsDON’T NECESSARILY MEAN BETTERThe Province of Rizal which was broken into smallerlocal government units and was not merely fragmentedinto 2 or 3 separate and independent LGUs, but 15LGUs, namely: 1. Las Pińas 6. Malabon 11. Makati 2. Parańaque 7. Navotas 12. Pasay 3. Muntinglupa 8. Pasig 13. Mandaluyong 4. Taguig 9. Marikina 14. Quezon City 5. Pateros 10.Caloocan 15. San JuanThe Province of Rizal did not lose its financial viabilityand its socio-economic growth stunted. 29
    • 30. LOGODEF STUDY• The primordial concern of the Local Government Code in establishing the minimum standards for creating a new province is to establish a local government system that is capable of local governance and local development. Said minimum standards should not be ignored because that would be anathema to the long-term foundation of robust central-local government relations for development.• The provisions of the Local Government Code establishing criteria or requisites for creation of a new province “CANNOT BE INTERPRETED TO MEAN THAT BIGGER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS ARE BETTER AND MORE VIABLE MECHANISM FOR EFFECTIVE GOVERNANCE”. 30
    • 31. Camarines Sur is poorly governed -- compared to its regional peers and the entire country• Compared to the 79 provinces in the Philippines, Camarines Sur is ranked 78 in good governance in 2008, down by two ranks compared to 2006 (NSCB, 2011)• “Compared to its regional peers,Cam Sur is the worst- run province in the entire Bicol region.”(Prof. Ben Diokno, UP School of Economics, former DBM Secretary) 31
    • 32. Poverty incidence and the number ofpoor people increase in CamarinesSur at rates higher than the national average In 2009, poverty Poverty Magnitude of Poor Change incidence in Incidence People Cam Sur was 2006 2009 2006 2009 % No.47.0, higher than the national Philippines 26.4 26.5 22,173,190 23,142,481 4.4 969,291 average of 26.5 Region V 45.2 45.1 2,335,684 2,422,267 3.7 86,583 and regional Albay 42.8 43.6 512,762 512,079 -0.1 -683 average of 45.1. Cam Norte 41.5 42.3 215,911 232,685 7.8 16,774 Except for Masbate, its Cam Sur 44.9 47.0 760,730 794,832 4.5 34,102 other provincial Catanduanes 44.3 28.5 99,457 66,801 -32.8 -32,656 peers in the Masbate 52 54.2 425,966 441,688 3.7 15,722Bicol region had Sorsogon 44.9 41.3 320,858 374,183 16.6 53,325 addressed poverty much From 2006 to 2009, the number of poor people better. in Cam Sur increased by 2% or by 34,102. 32
    • 33. Cebu, Negros Occidental and Camarines Sur continue tohave the biggest share in the total number of poor families 33
    • 34. Economic Argumentsby: Prof. Benjamin Diokno, UP School of Economics, former DBM SecretaryThe body of evidence is that Camarines Sur is notgoverned well and it has not addressed the welfareof its constituents. The dissatisfaction with thepresent state of affairs explains the clamor for analternative province (Nueva Camarines). This billwill give those who are against the present stateof affairs the right to ‘vote with their feet’ [aphrase coined by Charles M. Tiebout in his seminalarticle “A Pure Theory of Local Expenditures,”Journal of Political Economy 64(October 1956), pp.416-4240] 34
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    • 39. HOW DID CAMSUR PROVINCIALGOV’T SPEND TAXPAYERS MONEY IN 2010? PARTICULARS TOTALS Casuals P 33,571,232.93 Consultancy 22,304,821.10 General Services 120,385,877.69 Other Professional Services 10,460,241.46 Gas, Oil & Lubricants 35,625,319.03 Donations 90,815,330.71 Confidential Expense 40,000,000.00 Food Supplies 97,775,981.28 Security 22,304,821.10 Other Supplies 30,068,549.91 Advertising 4,390,957.64 Drugs and Medicine Expense 133,547.13 Medical, Dental & Laboratory Supplies 97,664.15 39
    • 40. DISCRETIONARY FUNDS OF THE GOVERNOR GOVERNOR’S OTHER PARTICULARS OFFICE PROVINCIAL TOTALS OFFICESCasuals P 6,000,000.00 P P 33,476,000.00 27,476,000.00Consultancy 5,000,000.00 21,570,000.00 16,570,000.00General Services 10,676,201.30 41,190,308.00 51,866,509.30Other Prof. Services 2,000,000.00 6,619,500.00 8,619,500.00Other MOOE 6,049,500.00 174,003,913.96 180,053,413.96Donations 6,967,032.32 65,897,515.52 72,864,547.84Confidential Expense 30,000,000.00 2,368,932.00 32,368,932.00Intelligence Expenses 25,685,697.00 2,000,000.00 27,685,697.00TOTAL DICRETIONARY P92,378,430.62 P336,126,169.48 P428,504,600.10FUNDS OF THE GOV 40
    • 41. BREAKDOWN OF SPECIAL PURPOSE APPROPRIATION (PROVINCIAL ENGINEER’S OFFICE) Particulars Amount %R&M-Office Buildings, School Buildings, Hospitals & 205,000.00 0.10%Health Centers, Other Structures, Office Equipment,Motor Vehicles, Highways and BridgesR&M-Other Public Infrastructure 18,000,000.00 8.43%Construction-School Buildings 10,000,000.00 4.68%Construction-Other Infrastructure 130,900,000.00 61.31%Construction-Other Public Infra 30,000,000.00 14.05%Gasoline, Oil and Lubricants 10,000,000.00 4.68%Land Improvements 1,000,000.00 0.47%Procurement-Motor Vehicle,IT Equipment & Software, 3,100,000.00 1.45%Technical & Scientific Machinery &Eqpt, & Other PPEOthers 10,302,515.57 4.83%Total Special Purpose Appropriation (PEO) 213,507,515.57OUT OF 213 M SPECIAL PURPOSE APPROPRIATION, 188 M OR88% WAS USED ON OTHER PURPOSES WHICH PRACTICALLYAMOUNTS TO AN ADDITIONAL DISCRETIONARY FUND
    • 42. NEGLECT OF BASIC INFRASTRUCTURETHE CY 2011 SPECIAL PURPOSE APPROPRIATIONOF P213.5 MILLION UNDER THE OFFICE OF THEPROVINCIAL ENGINEER ALLOTED A MEASLY P205THOUSAND FOR REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE OF:  OFFICE BUILDING P 1,000.00  SCHOOL BUILDINGS P 1,000.00  HOSPITALS & HEALTH CTR P 1,000.00  OTHER STRUCTURES P 1,000.00  OFFICE EQUIPMENT P 500.00  MOTOR VEHICLES P 500.00  HIGHWAYS & BRIDGES P 200,000.00
    • 43. NEGLECT OF AGRICULTURETHE CY 2011 BUDGET OF P41.4 MILLION OF THEOFFICE OF THE PROVINCIAL AGRICULTURISTALLOTED A MEASLY P1.24 MILLION FOR THEFOLLOWING:  AGRICULTURAL MACHINERIES P 30,000.00  AGRI, FISHERY & FORESTRY EQPT P 50,000.00  OTHER MACHINERIES & EQPT P 10,000.00  OTHER PROPERTY, PLANT & EQPT P 50,000.00  ANIMAL/ZOOLOGICAL SUPPLIES P 1,000,000.00  AGRICULTURE & MARINE SUPPLIES P 100,000.00
    • 44. NEGLECT OF HEALTH SERVICES Budget Allocation Per Person for CY 2011 Total Budget MDL Food Drugs MDL Cooking Population /Pax Eqpt Supplies &Meds Supplies GasCamarines Sur 1,435,322 2.45 0.06 0.56 0.90 0.88 0.07HOSPITALSProvincial Health Office 62,024 5.16 0.32 - 1.61 3.22 -LibmananDistrict 92,839 4.10 0.05 1.35 1.45 1.08 0.17PartidoDistrict 35,768 12.76 0.14 4.75 4.19 3.40 0.28Ragay District 47,743 10.03 0.21 3.35 3.14 3.14 0.19SipocotDistrict 57,861 5.76 0.09 1.73 2.07 1.73 0.14CaramoanMunicipal 39,642 8.00 0.13 2.52 2.65 2.52 0.18OcampoDistrict 36,316 8.31 0.06 1.10 3.30 3.44 0.41San Ramon Community 97,983 0.97 0.02 0.05 0.51 0.36 0.03SirumaCommunity 17,035 11.45 0.29 0.88 4.70 4.70 0.88Garchitorena Medicare 24,825 10.84 0.20 2.42 4.03 4.03 0.16TinambacMunicipal 59,125 3.97 0.17 0.34 1.69 1.69 0.08BuhiCommunity 70,765 1.98 0.07 0.07 1.13 0.64 0.07PresentacionMunicipal 20,266 - - - - - -
    • 45. CONCLUSION1. THE LEGAL REQUIREMENTS HAVE BEEN COMPLIED WITH;2. THE PROCESS OF CONSULTATION WAS FULLY OBSERVED; 45
    • 46. CONCLUSION3. THE OLD CAMARINES SUR HAS BEEN TRYING UNSUCCESSFULLY TO COPE WITH THE PROBLEMS AND NEEDS OF A LARGE AREA (5,502 SQ. KM), AND A BIG NUMBER OF POPULATION (1,693,821), TOWNS (35), CITY (1) AND BARANGAYS (1,036) (EXCLUDING NAGA CITY); 46
    • 47. CONCLUSION4. THE TWO EMERGING PROVINCES WILL DEVELOP AN AREA ROUGHLY 50% OF THE OLD PROVINCE AND SEE TO THE NEEDS OF ALSO ROUGHLY 50% OF ITS POPULATION; 47
    • 48. CONCLUSION5. THE FUNDS TO BE MADE AVAILABLE TO BOTH EMERGING PROVINCES WILL BE MORE THAN THAT OF THE OLD (WHOLE) PROVINCE IN TERMS OF PER CAPITA AND PER SQUARE KM. 48
    • 49. CONCLUSION6. IT IS NOT TRUE THAT DIVIDING A PROVINCE WEAKENS BOTH NEW PROVINCES AS CAN BE SEEN IN THE FIGURES BELOW: REGULAR INCOME INCOME CLASSMOTHER PROVINCE FIRST CLASS– CAMARINES SUR P848.1 M(DIST 1,2&3)NUEVA CAMARINES MAY BECOME(DIST 4&5) P689.7 M BLGF:RESULTING FIRST CLASS COMPUTED INCOME 49
    • 50. CONCLUSION7. DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS WILL BE FOCUSED ON SMALLER AREA AND FEWER LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS; SERVICES WILL BE DELIVERED TO FEWER POPULATION. 50
    • 51. CONCLUSION8. THE CREATION OF THE PROVINCE OF NUEVA CAMARINES WILL ACCELERATE THE POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT THAT WILL GREATLY BENEFIT NOT ONLY THE PEOPLE IN THE PROPOSED PROVINCE, BUT ALSO THOSE IN THE MOTHER PROVINCE OF CAMARINES SUR, NOT TO MENTION THE ENTIRE COUNTRY. 51
    • 52. IN SUMMARY THE CREATION OF NUEVA CAMARINES SHALL BRING ABOUT BETTERGOVERNANCE AND IMPROVED ECONOMIC PROSPECTS WHICH COULD LEAD TO REDUCTION IN POVERTY INCIDENCE. ERGOACCELERATED ECONOMIC, SOCIAL ANDPOLITICAL DEVELOPMENT FOR THE TWO CAMARINES PROVINCES (CAMARINES SUR AND NUEVA CAMARINES) 52
    • 53. THANK YOU 53

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