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Land reform and political dynasty

  1. 1. Can Land Reform Be Successful in the 15th Congress?
  2. 2. Is poverty related to land reform?
  3. 3. Land ReformSuccess Failure Taiwan  Parts of Africa South Korea  Russia Japan  Parts of South America India
  4. 4. History of Land Reform in Philippines Macapagal Administration: Limited land reform was in Central Luzon Marcos Admin: “Masagana 99” Aquino Admin: CARP after 20+ years is considered to be a great waste
  5. 5. Definition of Land ReformA13 S4 1987 Philippine Constitution(The State by law, shall undertakeagrarian reform program founded on theright of the farmers and regular farmworkers, who are landless, to own directlyor collectively the lands they till or receivea just share of the fruits thereof…)
  6. 6. Is there a relationship between Land Reform and Political Dynasty?
  7. 7. Political Dynasty Accordingto The Anti-Political Dynasty Act of 2004(The concentration, perpetuation, consolidation of public office and political power by persons related to one another)
  8. 8. Is Political Dynasty Limited in Philippines?
  9. 9. Is there a political dynasty in Philippines?
  10. 10. CAYETANORenato Cayetano Pia Cayetano Alan Peter Cayetano
  11. 11. COJUANGCO/AQUINO
  12. 12. COJUANGCO
  13. 13. DEFENSOR
  14. 14. DY’s of Isabela
  15. 15. ESTRADA Loi Estrada
  16. 16. GORDON
  17. 17. OSMENA Lito Osmena
  18. 18. PIMENTELAquilino ‘Nene’ Pimentel
  19. 19. SHAHANI
  20. 20. SINGSON
  21. 21. VILLAR
  22. 22. MARCOS
  23. 23. ALBERTO LOPEZ
  24. 24. Ampatuan
  25. 25. Macapagal-Arroyo
  26. 26. Presidents as Political Dynasty All15 presidents belong to Political Dynasty 13 out of 15 presidents’ relatives are still in power and influential, nationally 50% or more of the Philippine presidents are related to each other
  27. 27. Political Dynasty in House of Representatives 13th Congress: 83% 14th Congress: 76% 15th Congress: ???

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