This shows how he sees his position not just as a powerful position, but a privilege to represent the country and serve the people. This mind set gives me hope, that he would serve better than the previous officials who have been drowned in the corrupt system.
Posted on March 27, by ilda Oh my God! I just had the biggest epiphany. Noynoy Aquino is the candidate who has the most negative mental attitude among the rest of the presidential candidates!
And his negative outlook towards the whole election process is being fuelled by his own team of supporters. Just think about it. Here is an entry from Wikepedia feel free to debunk these claims: The current administration under President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has been marked by radical and risky moves pushing toward faster and more rapid economic growth.
Inthe Philippine economy grew by 6. The Philippines is still faced with the challenge of generating income internally, as it has the third-highest rate of remittances from overseas in the world.
Duringthe economy posted a 5. President Arroyo had visioned that by the Philippines would be a First World country. By the time of the People Power revolution, the economy had declined, falling severely below the growth of other nations in Southeast Asia. The perception of political instability during the Aquino administration had dampened economic activity.
It looks more and more like this statement can be also used to describe things to come under a Noynoy Aquino presidency. We have a strong economy and a strong fiscal position to withstand global shocks.
We built new modern infrastructure and completed unfinished ones. The economy is more fair to the poor than ever before. We are building a sound base for the next generation.
International authorities have taken notice that we are safer from environmental degradation and man-made disasters. Typhoon Ondoy proved that much of the country including Metro Manila is not that safe from man-made disasters.
But can we really blame all this on Gloria Arroyo?
She has only been president since If we have to do any finger pointing, we need more fingers to do that because we should be including former presidents, Joseph Estrada, Fidel Ramos, Cory Aquino, and Ferdinand Marcos and the rest of the past presidents that ruled us since the granting of our independence by the Americans.
Noynoy Aquino and his camp are also hindering much needed changes that will enable the country to move forward. They are against charter change and switching to a parliamentary system.“BS Aquino is bringing the Filipino people back to the days of martial law with the approval of the Cybercrime Law and the appointment of a member of the defunct Philippine Constabulary to the Claims Board that is tasked to indemnify the victims of the Marcos dictatorship.
Since independence in and the ratification of the Philippine Constitution in the First Republic, there have been 15 presidents. Starting with General Emilio Aguinaldo all the way to current president Benigno Aquino, this article details each president's particular contributions and achievements while in office.
Aquino also indicated the high-stakes engagement that the Philippines was in. New light has been shed on China’s rapid reclamation efforts to build an air strip on Mischief Reef. Philippine President Benigno "Noynoy" S.
Aquino III Session Hall of the House of Representatives Batasan Pambansa Complex, Quezon City In a span of two days, the Leyte water district resumed operations; on the third day, the first gas station opened. pass your paper.” It seems to me, you have felt the true extent of the change that is.
Posted in Uncategorized with tags presidentiables, aquino, mar, mar aquino, mar roxas, marroyo, noynoy power sharing with mar on May 9, by janelee20 This only proves that he .
Named after the Noynoy Aquino-Mar Roxas tandem headquarters in Cubao, the Balay group is composed of Liberal Party stalwarts, former Arroyo Cabinet members dubbed the “Hyatt 10,” and other supporters of the Noynoy-Mar ticket.