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  • 1. Benigno SimeonCojuangcoAquino III
  • 2. Benigno Simeon Cojuangco Aquino III• Is a Filipino politician who has been the 15th and current President of the Philippines since June 30 2010.[
  • 3. • Born February 8, 1960• Also known as Noynoy Aquino or Pnoy• Aquino finished his Bachelor of Arts Major in Economics from Ateneo de Manila University in 1981• In 1998, he was elected to the House of Representatives as Representative of the 2nd district of Tarlac province.
  • 4. House of Representatives Aquino was elected to the House of Representatives of the Philippines in 1998, representing the 2nd district of Tarlac.[3][8] Aquino won re-election in 2001 and 2004, and served until 2007.[ Aquino passed numerous house bills and resolutions:
  • 5. • House Bill No. 4251, granting annual productivity incentives to all workers in the private sector.• House Bill No. 4397, strengthening the regulatory power of the Department of Trade and Industry to effectively enforce consumer laws.• House Bill No. 4252, increasing the penalties for non-compliance of the prescribed increases and adjustments in the wage rates of workers.• House Bill No. 3616, extending the reglementary period for the educational qualification for the Philippine National Police.• House Bill No. 1842, providing for the codification of criminal laws.• House Resolution No. 65, inquiry in aid of legislation into the policies and processes of the Energy Regulatory Commission in granting rate increases to electric utilities.• House Resolution No. 788, a house bill Aquino is reportedly proudest of, which created a Congressional Oversight Committee to check and study the use of intelligence funds by government agencies, thus ensuring that allocated funds are actually used for the purposes they were originally intended for.[16]
  • 6. Senate bills• The Budget Impoundment and Control Act (Senate Bill 3121), wherein "impoundment" refers to the power of the President to refuse the release of funds appropriated by the Congress of the Philippines.• Senate Bill 2035, which is the Preservation of Public Infrastructures bill, seeking to raise standards in the construction of all public infrastructures by penalizing contractors of defective infrastructures.• Amending the Government Procurement Act (SB 2160), which applies to all government procurement activities regardless of source of funds whether local or foreign; only treaties or international/executive agreements entered into by the government prior to its enactment shall be exempt from coverage.
  • 7. S O. N. A. .• In his last years SONA, President Aquino emphasized about the "wang- wangs" both in the streets and in the government process and his aim to stop those violators to bring greater good to more Filipinos.• He also cited his achievements in the past year including discoveries of doubtful government transactions, decreased in unemployment rate, and continuous efforts to eliminate corruption •In the third SONA of President Noynoy Aquino 2012, it is expected that he will mention recent events including the impeachment of Chief Justice Renato Corona, the failed flight of former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, the K to 12 basic education program, continuous SALN investigations, and improvements in disaster management.
  • 8. • first quarter of 2012, GDP growth 6.4%• Base sa listahan ng DSWD: May 1,672,977 na mga inang regular nang nagpapacheck-up. 1,672,814 na mga batang napabakunahan laban sa diarrhea, polio, tigdas at iba pa. 4.57 million na estudyanteng hindi na napipilitang mag-absent dahil sa kahirapan.• Ang maganda pa rito: ang 5.2 million na pinakamahirap na kabahayang tinukoy ng ating National Household Targeting System, buong-buo at walang-bayad nang makikinabang sa benepisyo ng PhilHealth. Dahil sa No Balance Billing policy ng Department of Health, ang lunas para sa dengue, pneumonia, asthma, katarata, gayundin ang pagpapagamot sa mga catastrophic disease tulad ng breast cancer, prostate cancer, at acute leukemia, makukuha na nang libre ng mga pinakamahirap nating kababayan.
  • 9. • Sinubok natin ang bisa ng mosquito traps sa mga lugar kung saan naitala ang pinakamataas na insidente ng dengue. Sa buong probinsya ng Bukidnon noong 2010, may 1,216 na kaso. Nang inilagay ang mga mosquito trap noong 2011: bumaba ito sa tatlumput pito; 97 percent reduction po ito. Sa bayan ng Ballesteros at Claveria sa Cagayan, may 228 na kaso ng dengue noong 2010. Pagdating ng 2011, walo na lang ang naitala. Sa Catarman, Northern Samar: 434 na kaso ng dengue noong 2010, naging apat na lang noong 2011.
  • 10. • para naman po hindi mapag-iwanan ang ating mga State Universities and Colleges, mayroon tayong panukalang 43.61 percent na pag-angat sa kanilang budget para sa susunod na taon. Paalala lang po: lahat ng ginagawa natin, may direksyon; may kaakibat na kondisyon ang dagdag-budget na ito. Kailangang ipatupad ang napagkasunduang SUC Reform Roadmap ng CHED, upang siguruhing de-kalidad ang magiging produkto ng mga pamantasang pinopondohan ng estado. Kung mataas ang grado ninyo sa assignment na ito, asahan ninyong dodoblehin din namin ang kayod para matugunan ang mga natitirang pangangailangan ninyo.
  • 11. • Panay addition po ang nagaganap sa ating budget sa edukasyon. Isipin po ninyo: ang budget ng DepEd na ipinamana sa atin noong 2010, 177 billion pesos. Ang panukala natin para sa 2013: 292.7 billion pesos. Noong 2010, 21.03 billion pesos ang budget para sa SUCs. Taunan po iyang dinagdagan upang umabot na sa 37.13 billion pesos na panukala natin para sa 2013. Sa kabila nito, ngayon pa lang, may nagpaplano nang magcutting-classes para mag-piket sa Mendiola. Ganito po kasimple: ang 292.7 ay mas malaki sa 177, at ang 37.13 ay mas malaki sa 21.03. Kaya kung may magsabi pa ring binawasan natin ang budget ng edukasyon, kukumbinsihin na lang namin ang inyong mga paaralan na maghandog ng remedial math class para sa inyo. At pakiusap po, pasukan naman ninyo.
  • 12. • Training for Work Scholarship Program. Kongkretong tagumpay din po ang hatid ng TESDA Specialista Technopreneurship Program. Biruin po ninyo: Bawat isa sa 5,240 na sertipikadong Specialistas, kumikita na ngayon ng 562 pesos kada araw o 11,240 pesos kada buwan. Mas malaki po ito sa minimum wage.

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