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AMBISYON NATIN 2040 The VALUES we need to realize it

ATTY. ALEX LACSON

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19 years ago(2000)

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I wrote a Book

“12 Little ThingsEvery Filipino Can DoTo Help our Country”

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19 years na ang nakalipas

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Is our countrybetter todaythan in 2000?

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May pag-asaba talaga ang ating

Pilipinas?

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Saan, kaninomanggagaling ang PAG-ASA

ng ang ating bansa?

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Our Philippines in the 1960s

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In the next 5 decades,

Singapore South KoreaTaiwan

overtook our Philippines

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In the next 5 decades,

Singapore South KoreaTaiwanBruneiMalaysia

overtook our Philippines

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In the next 5 decades,

Singapore South KoreaTaiwanBruneiMalaysiaThailandIndonesiaVietnam

overtook our Philippines

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Our Country Today

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Poverty Ratio in ASEAN

Source: World Bank Reports,

ADB, CIA World Fact

Absolute PovertyPoverty Line: US$ 1.90

(P95 in 2015)(P105 in 2018)

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

Singapore - - - 5.5 M

East Timor - - - - - -

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POVERTY RATIO

21.6%

Poverty Line$1.90 = P98

earnings per day

2018 World Report

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AMBISYON Natin 2040

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.”

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AMBISYON Natin 2040

MATATAG, MAGINHAWA AT PANATAGna buhay para sa lahat

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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

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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

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GDP Per Capita(in US Dollars)

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

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GDP Per Capita(in US Dollars)

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

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GDP Per Capita(in US Dollars)

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

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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

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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

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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

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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 ?

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To achieveAMBISYON Natin 2040,

we must address theMAJOR CAUSES

of POVERTY

in our country

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What do you thinkare the

MAJOR CAUSESof

POVERTYin our country?

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TOP 3 CAUSES?

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TOP 3 CAUSES

1) Corruption

2) Leadership

3) Greed in Business

But the first is merely a by-product of the second

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CORRUPTION

in many NATIONAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES (NGAs)

LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS (LGUs)

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P372 Billionis lost to Corruption every year

1961 - 2011

Global Financial Integrity2012

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P372 Billion

can employ

3.1 Million Fathers(at P10,000 monthly)

can impact

14 Million Filipinos(at 4.5 members per Family)

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Savings/ Unspent Budget

Unspent Portions of Budget(National Budget)

Sources:

Rep Anthony Bravo, Coop NatcoSen Panfilo Lacson

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?

Where did this money go?

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How much is lostto corruption these days?

40%?60%?

Or more?

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Is Corruption a problem of political system

or form of government?

Or is this a problem of the heart,of conscience, of education,

of enforcing the law?

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Will this problem of Corruptiongo away

or worsen under Federalism?

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LEADERSHIP

POLITICAL DYNASTIESCONTROL our LGUs,

our Political System

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Rural Poverty

Philippines – 40%Vietnam – 17Thailand – 14Malaysia – 8Taiwan – 3Singapore – 0

Source: 2015 PDI Articles of Dr. Cielito Habito,

former NEDA Secretary

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Why is Rural Povertyhigh

in the Philippines?

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Who are the Leaders

of the LGUs?

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Political Dynastiescontrol

most of the LGUs

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A.I.M Policy CenterDr Ronald Mendoza

(2010, 2013, 2016)

76%of Senators & Congressmenbelong to Political Dynasties

82%of Governors & Mayors

belong to Political Dynasties

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There are 178 Political Dynasties

in the country

But they control our politics & government

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Political Dynasties

HAVE CAPTURED

Congress (76%)LGUs (82%)

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Is there acorrelation between

Political Dynasties&

Rural Poverty?

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Poverty is highestin areas controlled

by Political Dynasties

A.I.M Policy Center(2010, 2013, 2016 Elections)

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Our political leadershave become

a BIG PART of our country’s problems

True or False?

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Our political leadersare among the

most powerful, abusive politiciansin the world

True or False?

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The people who need to be disciplined

in our countryare the

Politicians

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Is this a problem of political system

or form of government?

Can a Federal Governmentfix this problem?

Or is this a problem of the heart,of conscience, of education?

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Will the problemof Political Dynasties

go away or worsen

under Federalism?

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GREED

of the Oligarchyand Business Sector

EndoLow Wages, Salaries

High Prices of Basic Goods

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Philippine Economic Growths(GDP)

2010 7.6%2011 3.72012 6.82013 7.2 (world’s 4th highest)

2014 6.72015 5.32016 6.9 (Asia’s 4th highest)

2017 6.7 (Asia’s 4th highest)

2018 6.2

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Philippinesposted the

5th Highest economic growth in Asia (based on GDP) from 2010 - 2017

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The size of Philippine Economy

(based on GDP) grew tremendously

from$199.6 Billions in 2010

to $371.8 Billions in 2018

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Our National Budget grew tremendously

from

P1.5 T in 2010 to

P3.7 T in 2018

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The countrygenerated so much wealth

from 2010 - 2018

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Business was good.

It grew tremendouslyduring that period

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Yet, during the same periodthe POVERTY in the country

was NOT substantially reduced.

Why?

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WHO BENEFITTEDfrom our country’s tremendous

economic growths for many years?

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Dr Ceilito HabitoFormer NEDA Director

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2012 GDP of 6.8%

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76% of the 6.8% Growth in 2012benefitted largely the

Top 40 Richest Families

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Where the Economic Growth went

Japan 2.8%Malaysia 5.3%Thailand 33.6%Philippines 76%

benefit to Top 40 Families

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In past many years,it’s been like that.

Our country’seconomic growths

benefit so much more the Super Rich in our country

(0.01% of our population)

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The wealth of the 12 RICHEST FILIPINOS

more than TRIPLEDfrom 2010-2018

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NAME 2010 2018 Growth

1. Henry Sy 225.5 Billion 935.1 Billion 4x

2. Manuel Villar 17.1 B 255.5 B 15x

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

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The combined wealth of the 15 RICHEST FILIPINOS

more than TRIPLEDfrom 2010-2018

2010 - 824.3 Billion2018 - 3,097 Billion

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What is the Biggest Company

in the country today?

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SM Group of Companies

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SM Group of Companies

Net Income in 2016: P31 Billion

Total Employees: 86,457

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Negros

Hacienderos – Sacadas

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70% Minimum Wage

Workers

30% Higher Salaries

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But the Wages & Salaries of

millions of workers have remained low

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Many of our Oligarchs or Economic Elitepay their employees very low salaries

(Contractuals, Endo)

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Low Salaries & ENDOkeep millions of ordinary workers

poor

They will not get out of poverty even if they keep their present work

for the rest of their lives

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“Many Filipinos have jobs;they work very hard,

but remain poor”

World Bank Report17 June 2016

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It is not entirely the fault of our poor

why they are poor

There are many major forces in societythat make & keep them poor

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Most of our poorare merely victims of the

greed & selfishness of a few,and the inaction of our government

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Is this a problem of political system

or form of government?

Can a Federal Governmentfix this problem?

Or is this a problem of the heart,of conscience, of education?

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Our Country Today

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12 Million Filipinos

“Extreme Hunger”

Philippine Statistics Authority2016

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12.1 Million: “Extreme Hunger”

(PSA, 2016 1st Quarter)

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12.3 Million

Filipinos without job or work

(SWS, 2018)

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Over 10 Million OFWs

Many are suffering under abusive, oppressive employers

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Around 4 Million

Involved in the illegal drug trade

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So what’s theSOLUTION?

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So what’s theThe VALUES we need to attain

AmBisyon Natin 2040

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- There is no corruption if there are no corrupt officials

1. Integrity

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- There is no corruption if there are no corrupt officials

- Corruption is one of our country’s Biggest Problems

1. Integrity

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- 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

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- How do you combat corruption?

- National level- LGU level

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- How do you combat corruption?

- National level- LGU level

- Sandiganbayan: Case vs Sen Bong Revilla

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- How do you combat corruption?

- National level- LGU level

- Sandiganbayan: Case vs Sen Bong Revilla

- Experiences of other countries

- Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew- South Korea’s Park Chung Hee

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Ways to combat Corruption

1) Appoint the Right Persons in Key Positions

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Ways to combat Corruption

1) Appoint the Right Persons in Key Positions2) Intelligence vs Corruption

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Ways to combat Corruption

1) Appoint the Right Persons in Key Positions2) Intelligence vs Corruption3) Strengthen the Agency’s system vs corruption

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Ways to combat Corruption

1) Appoint the Right Persons in Key Positions2) Intelligence vs Corruption3) Strengthen the Agency’s system vs corruption4) Reward system

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Ways to combat Corruption

1) Appoint the Right Persons in Key Positions2) Intelligence vs Corruption3) Strengthen the Agency’s system vs corruption4) Reward system5) Judicial system

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- Story: Prof Solita Monsod, my professor in Economics

2. Support our ownFilipino talent, products, companies (SMEs, Cooperatives)

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- Story: Prof Solita Monsod, my professor in Economics

- Japan: How it built the foundations of its Economy

2. Support our ownFilipino talent, products, companies (MSMEs, Cooperatives)

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- 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 ownFilipino talent, products, companies (SMEs, Cooperatives)

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- Big Income Gap within the Agencycreates poverty among the bottom workers

3. Salary Fairness Law

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- Big Income Gap within the Agencycreates poverty among the bottom workers

- France’s Salary Formula: Not more than 10X

3. Salary Fairness Law

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- Big Income Gap within the Agencycreates 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

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- U.N. 2019 Report: The next 12 Years are crucial

4. Environmental Sustainability

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- U.N. 2019 Report: The next 12 Years are crucial

- Plastics: Stop using Single-Use Plastics

4. Environmental Sustainability

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- U.N. 2019 Report: The next 12 Years are crucial

- Plastics: Stop using Single-Use Plastics

- Paperless office operations

4. Environmental Sustainability

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- U.N. 2019 Report: The next 12 Years are crucial

- Plastics: Stop using Single-Use Plastics

- Paperless office operations

- Suppliers: Environmental compliants

4. Environmental Sustainability

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So what’s theThe SOLUTION?

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Radical Changes

1) Economy - - - - - - Re-Engineer 2) Political System – Overhaul3) Corruption – - - - Eliminate4) Education – - - - - Re-orient5) Police – - - - - - - - Overhaul, Re-train6) Media – - - - - - - - Set limits, boundaries

The SOLUTION?

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Radical Changes

1) 8 Daily Essential Needs of People: Government Involvement

- Housing (Models: Singapore, Germany)- Medicines/Hospitalization (France, Canada, Germany)- Education- Electricity- Transportation- Water- Food- Childcare

ECONOMYRe- Engineer

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Radical Changes

1) 8 Daily Essential Needs of the People2) Business / Corporate Sector

- Salary Fairness Law (France, Germany)

ECONOMYRe- Engineer

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Radical Changes

1) 8 Daily Essential Needs of the People2) Business / Corporate Sector

- Salary Fairness Law (France, Germany)- 40% of Board: Employees’ Representation (Germany)

ECONOMYRe- Engineer

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Radical Changes

1) 8 Daily Essential Needs of the People2) 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

ECONOMYRe- Engineer

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Radical Changes

1) 8 Daily Essential Needs of the People2) Business / Corporate Sector3) People’s / Sovereign Wealth Fund

- Singapore’s Temasek Holdings- China’s CIC (China Investment Company)

ECONOMYRe- Engineer

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Radical Changes

1) 8 Daily Essential Needs of the People2) Business / Corporate Sector3) People’s / Sovereign Wealth Fund4) Large Companies – Government Investment

- Norway- China

ECONOMYRe- Engineer

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Radical Changes

1) 8 Daily Essential Needs of the People2) Business / Corporate Sector3) People’s / Sovereign Wealth Fund4) Large Companies – Government Investment5) Cooperatives: Foundation of the Economy

- Germany, Norway, Skorea, Japan, Taiwan

ECONOMYRe- Engineer

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Radical Changes

1) 8 Daily Essential Needs of the People2) Business / Corporate Sector3) People’s / Sovereign Wealth Fund4) Large Companies – Government Investment5) Cooperatives: Foundation of the Economy6) Wealth Tax – US Proposal

ECONOMYRe- Engineer

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Radical Changes

1) Political Dynasties2) Senatorial Election3) Three-Party System4) 5-year term, 2 terms5) Unity Ticket – P/VP, G/VG, M/VM6) Partylist System

POLITICAL SYSTEMOverhaul

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Radical Changes

1) Economy - - - - - - Re-Engineer 2) Political System – Overhaul3) Corruption – - - - Eliminate4) Education – - - - - Re-orient5) Police – - - - - - - - Overhaul, Re-train6) Media – - - - - - - - Set limits, boundaries

The SOLUTION?

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We must elect

Good Leaders

A Big Partof the

SOLUTION

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In America

ordinary people donate

$10, $20, $50 monthly during campaign period

to help their candidates win

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In Germany,Denmark, Norway, Sweden

same

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Good Leaders

are the DRIVERS of

Progress & Prosperity

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Every Filipinois

part of the Solution

Each one of us holds a Piece of the Puzzle

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Thank You