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AMBISYON NATIN 2040 The VALUES we need to realize it ATTY. ALEX LACSON

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PowerPoint PresentationAMBISYON NATIN 2040 The VALUES we need to realize it
ATTY. ALEX LACSON
19 years ago (2000)
I wrote a Book
“12 Little Things Every Filipino Can Do To Help our Country”
19 years na ang nakalipas
Is our country better today than in 2000?
May pag-asa ba talaga ang ating
Pilipinas?
ng ang ating bansa?
Singapore South Korea Taiwan
Singapore South Korea Taiwan Brunei Malaysia
overtook our Philippines
Singapore South Korea Taiwan Brunei Malaysia Thailand Indonesia Vietnam
overtook our Philippines
Our Country Today
Poverty (2017) Population (2015)
Brunei 0.01% 0.42 Million
Taiwan 1.5 23.4 M
Malaysia 3.8 30.3 M
Indonesia 11.3 257.6 M
Vietnam 11.3 91.7 M
Thailand 12.6 67.9 M
Cambodia 17.7 15.3 M
Philippines 21.6 100.7 M
Laos 23.2 6.8 M
Myanmar 32.7 53.8 M
VISION OF THE FILIPINOS FOR OUR COUNTRY
“The Philippines shall be a country where all citizens are free from hunger and poverty, have equal opportunities, enabled by fair and just society that is governed with order and unity. A nation where families live together, thriving in vibrant, culturally diverse, and resilient communities.”
AMBISYON Natin 2040
AMBISYON Natin 2040
Executive Order # 5 (signed on 11 October 2016 by Pres Duterte)
Triple Per Capita Income
Eradicate Hunger & Poverty by 2040, or sooner
PH as a prosperous, predominantly Middle-Class society where no one is poor
GDP Per Capita (in US Dollars)
1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2015 2016 2040
Philippines 254.4
Thailand 100.7
Malaysia 226.9
Taiwan 140.0
1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2015 2016 2040
Philippines 254.4 186.7
Thailand 100.7 192.1
Malaysia 226.9 357.6
Taiwan 140.0 396.0
1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2015 2016 2040
Philippines 254.4 186.7 684.6
Thailand 100.7 192.1 682.7
Malaysia 226.9 357.6 1,774.7
Taiwan 140.0 396.0 2,367.0
1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2015 2016 2040
Philippines 254.4 186.7 684.6 715.3
Thailand 100.7 192.1 682.7 1,508.3
Malaysia 226.9 357.6 1,774.7 2,440.6
Taiwan 140.0 396.0 2,367.0 8,178.0
GDP Per Capita (in US Dollars)
1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2015 2016 2040
Philippines 254.4 186.7 684.6 715.3 1,038.9
Thailand 100.7 192.1 682.7 1,508.3 2,007.0
Malaysia 226.9 357.6 1,774.7 2,440.6 4,045.2
Taiwan 140.0 396.0 2,367.0 8,178.0 14,877.0
GDP Per Capita (in US Dollars)
1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2015 2016 2040
Philippines 254.4 186.7 684.6 715.3 1,038.9 2,129.5
Thailand 100.7 192.1 682.7 1,508.3 2,007.0 5,337.8
Malaysia 226.9 357.6 1,774.7 2,440.6 4,045.2 8,926.3
Taiwan 140.0 396.0 2,367.0 8,178.0 14,877.0 19,278.0
GDP Per Capita (in US Dollars)
1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2015 2016 2040
Philippines 254.4 186.7 684.6 715.3 1,038.9 2,129.5 2,878.3
Thailand 100.7 192.1 682.7 1,508.3 2,007.0 5,337.8 6,106.7
Malaysia 226.9 357.6 1,774.7 2,440.6 4,045.2 8,926.3 9,666.8
Taiwan 140.0 396.0 2,367.0 8,178.0 14,877.0 19,278.0 22,400.0
GDP Per Capita (in US Dollars)
1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2015 2016 2040
Philippines 254.4 186.7 684.6 715.3 1,038.9 2,129.5 2,878.3 2,951.1 8,853.2
Thailand 100.7 192.1 682.7 1,508.3 2,007.0 5,337.8 6,106.7 6,258.1 ?
Malaysia 226.9 357.6 1,774.7 2,440.6 4,045.2 8,926.3 9,666.8 9,539.9 ?
Taiwan 140.0 396.0 2,367.0 8,178.0 14,877.0 19,278.0 22,400.0 22,592.0 ?
To achieve AMBISYON Natin 2040,
we must address the MAJOR CAUSES
of POVERTY
MAJOR CAUSES of
But the first is merely a by-product of the second
CORRUPTION
LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS (LGUs)
1961 - 2011
can impact
Savings/ Unspent Budget
Sources:
2016 National Budget P596.7 Billion
2017 National Budget 388.4 Billion
2018 National Budget 583.5 Billion
TOTAL 1.568 Trillion
Saan ito napunta?
How much is lost to corruption these days?
40%? 60%?
Or more?
or form of government?
Or is this a problem of the heart, of conscience, of education,
of enforcing the law?
or worsen under Federalism?
our Political System
Rural Poverty
Philippines – 40% Vietnam – 17 Thailand – 14 Malaysia – 8 Taiwan – 3 Singapore – 0
Source: 2015 PDI Articles of Dr. Cielito Habito,
former NEDA Secretary
in the Philippines?
(2010, 2013, 2016)
82% of Governors & Mayors
belong to Political Dynasties
in the country
Political Dynasties
HAVE CAPTURED
Political Dynasties &
Rural Poverty?
by Political Dynasties
Our political leaders have become
a BIG PART of our country’s problems
True or False?
most powerful, abusive politicians in the world
True or False?
in our country are the
Politicians
or form of government?
Can a Federal Government fix this problem?
Or is this a problem of the heart, of conscience, of education?
Will the problem of Political Dynasties
go away or worsen
Endo Low Wages, Salaries
Philippine Economic Growths (GDP)
2010 7.6% 2011 3.7 2012 6.8 2013 7.2 (world’s 4th highest)
2014 6.7 2015 5.3 2016 6.9 (Asia’s 4th highest)
2017 6.7 (Asia’s 4th highest)
2018 6.2
Philippines posted the
5th Highest economic growth in Asia (based on GDP) from 2010 - 2017
The size of Philippine Economy
(based on GDP) grew tremendously
from $199.6 Billions in 2010
to $371.8 Billions in 2018
Our National Budget grew tremendously
from
P3.7 T in 2018
from 2010 - 2018
Business was good.
Yet, during the same period the POVERTY in the country
was NOT substantially reduced.
economic growths for many years?
Dr Ceilito Habito Former NEDA Director
2012 GDP of 6.8%
76% of the 6.8% Growth in 2012 benefitted largely the
Top 40 Richest Families
Japan 2.8% Malaysia 5.3% Thailand 33.6% Philippines 76%
benefit to Top 40 Families
In past many years, it’s been like that.
Our country’s economic growths
benefit so much more the Super Rich in our country
(0.01% of our population)
more than TRIPLED from 2010-2018
NAME 2010 2018 Growth
3. John Gokongwei, Jr 67.6 B 224.8 B 3.3x
4. Jaime Zobel de Ayala 63.1 B 204.4 B 3.2x
5. Enrique Razon 43.9 B 199.3 B 4.5x
6. Tony Tan Caktiong 44.2 B 196.7 B 4.4x
7. Lucio Tan 94.7 B 194.2 B 2.1x
8. Ramon Ang Not in the top 20 Richest 145.6 B 100x?
9. George Ty 36.3 B 140.5 B 3.8x
10. Andrew Tan 54.1 B 132.9 B 2.4x
11. Inigo/Mercedes Zodel 37.3 B 127.8 B 3.4x
12. David Consunji Family 32.3 B 125.2 B 3.8x
13. Lucio Co 50.6 B 76.7 B 1.5x
14. Eduardo Cojuangco 38.8 B 71.5 B Source:
15. Robert Coyiuto 13.9 B 66.4 B Forbes Richest Lists
The combined wealth of the 15 RICHEST FILIPINOS
more than TRIPLED from 2010-2018
2010 - 824.3 Billion 2018 - 3,097 Billion
What is the Biggest Company
in the country today?
SM Group of Companies
SM Group of Companies
Total Employees: 86,457
millions of workers have remained low
Many of our Oligarchs or Economic Elite pay their employees very low salaries
(Contractuals, Endo)
poor
They will not get out of poverty even if they keep their present work
for the rest of their lives
“Many Filipinos have jobs; they work very hard,
but remain poor”
It is not entirely the fault of our poor
why they are poor
There are many major forces in society that make & keep them poor
Most of our poor are merely victims of the
greed & selfishness of a few, and the inaction of our government
Is this a problem of political system
or form of government?
Can a Federal Government fix this problem?
Or is this a problem of the heart, of conscience, of education?
Our Country Today
12 Million Filipinos
(SWS, 2018)
Around 4 Million
So what’s theSOLUTION?
So what’s the The VALUES we need to attain
AmBisyon Natin 2040
- There is no corruption if there are no corrupt officials
1. Integrity
- There is no corruption if there are no corrupt officials
- Corruption is one of our country’s Biggest Problems
1. Integrity
- There is no corruption if there are no corrupt officials
- Corruption is one of our Biggest Problems
- How bad is corruption? - National level - Local level (LGUs)
1. Integrity
- National level - LGU level
- National level - LGU level
- How do you combat corruption?
- National level - LGU level
- Experiences of other countries
- Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew - South Korea’s Park Chung Hee
Ways to combat Corruption
Ways to combat Corruption
1) Appoint the Right Persons in Key Positions 2) Intelligence vs Corruption
Ways to combat Corruption
1) Appoint the Right Persons in Key Positions 2) Intelligence vs Corruption 3) Strengthen the Agency’s system vs corruption
Ways to combat Corruption
1) Appoint the Right Persons in Key Positions 2) Intelligence vs Corruption 3) Strengthen the Agency’s system vs corruption 4) Reward system
Ways to combat Corruption
1) Appoint the Right Persons in Key Positions 2) Intelligence vs Corruption 3) Strengthen the Agency’s system vs corruption 4) Reward system 5) Judicial system
- Story: Prof Solita Monsod, my professor in Economics
2. Support our own Filipino talent, products, companies (SMEs, Cooperatives)
- Story: Prof Solita Monsod, my professor in Economics
- Japan: How it built the foundations of its Economy
2. Support our own Filipino talent, products, companies (MSMEs, Cooperatives)
- Story: Prof Solita Monsod, my professor in Economics
- Japan: How it built the foundations of its Economy
- Germany: Cooperatives as the foundations of its Economy
2. Support our own Filipino talent, products, companies (SMEs, Cooperatives)
- Big Income Gap within the Agency creates poverty among the bottom workers
3. Salary Fairness Law
- Big Income Gap within the Agency creates poverty among the bottom workers
- France’s Salary Formula: Not more than 10X
3. Salary Fairness Law
- Big Income Gap within the Agency creates poverty among the bottom workers
- France’s Salary Formula: Not more than 10X
- Salary Formula: Agency President’s Salary not more than twenty times (20X) the Agency’s lowest employee’s salary
3. Salary Fairness Law
4. Environmental Sustainability
- Plastics: Stop using Single-Use Plastics
4. Environmental Sustainability
- Plastics: Stop using Single-Use Plastics
- Paperless office operations
4. Environmental Sustainability
- Plastics: Stop using Single-Use Plastics
- Paperless office operations
- Suppliers: Environmental compliants
4. Environmental Sustainability
Radical Changes
1) Economy - - - - - - Re-Engineer 2) Political System – Overhaul 3) Corruption – - - - Eliminate 4) Education – - - - - Re-orient 5) Police – - - - - - - - Overhaul, Re-train 6) Media – - - - - - - - Set limits, boundaries
The SOLUTION?
Radical Changes
- Housing (Models: Singapore, Germany) - Medicines/Hospitalization (France, Canada, Germany) - Education - Electricity - Transportation - Water - Food - Childcare
ECONOMY Re- Engineer
Radical Changes
1) 8 Daily Essential Needs of the People 2) Business / Corporate Sector
- Salary Fairness Law (France, Germany)
ECONOMY Re- Engineer
Radical Changes
1) 8 Daily Essential Needs of the People 2) Business / Corporate Sector
- Salary Fairness Law (France, Germany) - 40% of Board: Employees’ Representation (Germany)
ECONOMY Re- Engineer
Radical Changes
1) 8 Daily Essential Needs of the People 2) Business / Corporate Sector
- Salary Fairness Law (France, Germany) - 40% of Board: Employees’ Representation (Germany) - Employees Profit Share from Net Earnings (U.S. in the 1980s)
- 10%: 100% ROI - 20%: 200% ROI - 30%: 300% ROI - 50%: 500% ROI
ECONOMY Re- Engineer
Radical Changes
1) 8 Daily Essential Needs of the People 2) Business / Corporate Sector 3) People’s / Sovereign Wealth Fund
- Singapore’s Temasek Holdings - China’s CIC (China Investment Company)
ECONOMY Re- Engineer
Radical Changes
1) 8 Daily Essential Needs of the People 2) Business / Corporate Sector 3) People’s / Sovereign Wealth Fund 4) Large Companies – Government Investment
- Norway - China
Radical Changes
1) 8 Daily Essential Needs of the People 2) Business / Corporate Sector 3) People’s / Sovereign Wealth Fund 4) Large Companies – Government Investment 5) Cooperatives: Foundation of the Economy
- Germany, Norway, Skorea, Japan, Taiwan
ECONOMY Re- Engineer
Radical Changes
1) 8 Daily Essential Needs of the People 2) Business / Corporate Sector 3) People’s / Sovereign Wealth Fund 4) Large Companies – Government Investment 5) Cooperatives: Foundation of the Economy 6) Wealth Tax – US Proposal
ECONOMY Re- Engineer
Radical Changes
1) Political Dynasties 2) Senatorial Election 3) Three-Party System 4) 5-year term, 2 terms 5) Unity Ticket – P/VP, G/VG, M/VM 6) Partylist System
POLITICAL SYSTEM Overhaul
Radical Changes
1) Economy - - - - - - Re-Engineer 2) Political System – Overhaul 3) Corruption – - - - Eliminate 4) Education – - - - - Re-orient 5) Police – - - - - - - - Overhaul, Re-train 6) Media – - - - - - - - Set limits, boundaries
The SOLUTION?
SOLUTION
to help their candidates win
In Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden
same
Each one of us holds a Piece of the Puzzle
Thank You