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Philippine National Situation

July 2012
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Khaleesi Tessa Trazona

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Kabataan Partylist
Philippine National Situation
Record-high poverty, hunger,
and lack of employment
ECONOMIC CRISIS
Malacanang: 6.4% "EXTRAORDINARY & INCLUSIVE
economic growth" (GDP)
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Percentage of the population
Number of families
March 2012
December 2011
11.1 million
45%
9.1 million
55%
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Percentage of the population
Number of families
March 2012
December 2011
4.8 million
22.5%
4.5 million
23.8%
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July 2012
How about CCT?
ECONOMIC CRISIS
ACCORDING TO SWS SURVEY:
President
Ave. % of families
20.9%
Arroyo
10%
Hunger Data
Aquino
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14.1%
Estrada
Poverty Data
Hunger Data
Ibon Foundation(2010): 65 million (70% of 93 million people lives with only P104 or less per day
International Labor Organization (ILO): 5.59 million youth workers, 3.03 million child laborers
POEA: 1.4 million OCWs leave the country each year or approximately 4,400 per day(Ibon, 2010)
YEAR
BUDGET
12 B
2011
23 B
2010
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2012
2013
39 B
45 B
(DSWD TARGET)
YEAR
BENEFICIARIES
2011
2.2 M
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2012
2016
3 M
4.3 M
(no. of families)
$805 million debt to Asian Development Bank(ADB)
and International Monetary Fund-World Bank (IMF-WB)
Philippine Government's Debt:
P4.7 trillion(2010) - P5.1 trillion
HOW MUCH DO WE PAY FOR OUR DEBT?
Arroyo : P48.2B per month
Aquino: P60.4B per month
Let them work?
NO AVAILABLE WORK!
2000
2011
Nominal Value
Real Value
P404
P238
P242
Minimum Wage in NCR
P250
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Low Wages, High Prices!
P895.2 B - Average combined profit of all employers w/ at least 20 employees

P135.6 B / 15.1% of profit - Cost of P125 wage hike
P125 wage increase?
Let them go back to the rural areas?
Eviction, Demolition, Arson
In rural areas, 7/10 farmers remain
landless; 21% of all farmlands
owned by 9,000 individuals
Landlessness of urban, rural poor
lack of decent relocation sites
no electricity, plumbing, potable water, health center, schools, available job
trip from CDJ to relocation:P52
Let them study!
ECONOMIC CRISIS
Commercialized education
aggravates impact of worsening
poverty
2/5 HS graduates wont enroll in
college (CHED, 2011)
73% of PH youth stop due
to expensive fees
(UNESCO, 2008)
29,903 families / 107,910 people have lost their homes in 29 demolitions
16,000 families in 20 demolitions in NCR
Government target in the following months:
556,000 families/2.5 M
people
Monopoly of land &
CARPER
"Full land reform" by 2016 through CARP/CARPER
Case of Hacienda Luisita?
Plantations for export products, land for large PPP projects
K+12 is the answer!
will only produce semi-skilled workers and cheap labor
will worsen the quality of education with the lack of funds
will justify the budget cuts in SUCs
will justify the increase in tuition fees and deregulation/ privatization of education
oil (P7.80 overpricing, 61-71% profit in crude oil prices
electricity (highest in Asia, #2 in the whole world
water
toll fees
MRT/LRT
hospital bills
tuition and other miscellaneous fees
DEREGULATION, PRIVATIZATION
AND PRICE HIKES
CJ Corona's Impeachment and
accountability of Gloria Arroyo to the Filipino people
POLITICAL CRISIS
control Supreme Court, the 3 branches of government and consolidate political power (absence of genuine opposition)
almost 3 years of inaction! no filed cases regarding human rights violation, graft and corruption & election fraud to GMA
weak cases that can be bailed; special
treatment and hospital arrest even
when there's no illness
Aquino's Oplan Bayanihan:
PERSISTENT HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION & POSTPONED PEACE TALKS
76 victims of Extra-Judicial Killings
9 victims of enforced disappearance
6 cases of torture
417 cases of illegal arrest
350 political prisoners (since GMA)
Political killings:
Dr. Leonard Co - botanist in Leyte
Dr. Gerry Ortega - Palawan journalist and environmentalist
Willem Geertman - Dutch environmental advocate
Panatag/Scarborough Shoal and China
60% US troops based in Asia-Pacific and Australia
Bigger and frequent Balikatan Exercises
Return of US military bases in Subic and Clark
Installment of US radar/spy base in the Philippines
PH-Australia Status of Visiting Forces Agreement
US INTERVENTION
Military operations carried out in the guise of:
Civil-military operations
Community Development
Token project such as building of wells and medical missions
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