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'He's our son, he's our flesh and blood. We feel that it should be our right as parents to decide to give him a chance,' his mother Connie Yates says
Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales also wants forfeiture cases filed against the former PNP chief's wife and their children
Carlos offers to pay government P1.2 million instead of P6.4 million, but Ombudsman prosecutors reject this as his forfeiture case continues
Jessie Carlos' wealth ballooned while he was in government. But he also incurred millions of pesos in debt, said authorities, due to his gambling addiction.
In a span of 6 months, the wealth of Vice President Leni Robredo drops by over P2 million
The increase in Duterte's net worth between June and December 2016 is 4 percentage points higher than Aquino's net worth increase during his own first 6 months in office
This resolution comes 12 years after the appeal by the PCGG
A House bill seeks to make the Solicitor General in charge of the PCGG, tasked with recovering the Marcoses' ill-gotten wealth. Solicitor General Jose Calida supported the vice-presidential bid of Ferdinand Marcos Jr.
(UPDATED) The PCGG has so far recovered P170.45 billion in ill-gotten wealth
(UPDATED) Duterte says if Trillanes can prove his accusations in court, he 'will resign as President immediately'
Administration critic Senator Antonio Trillanes IV releases the supposed bank transactions of President Rodrigo Duterte's common-law wife
(UPDATED) 'If Trillanes can show where my alleged P121 million is right now and how it became illegal, kunin natin at ibigay ko sa inyo lahat,' says the Davao City mayor
Businessman Samuel Uy allegedly deposited millions to the accounts of Honeylet Avanceña, Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio, Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte, and Sebastian Duterte from 2011 to 2013, says Senator Antonio Trilllanes IV
(3rd UPDATE) 'It's time to unmask this guy,' says Senator Antonio Trillanes IV of President Rodrigo Duterte, as he revives accusations the President had P2.4 billion in his bank accounts
The jewelry set, worth as much as $153,089, is the 3rd of Imelda Marcos' collections to be forfeited in favor of the government
'The former First Lady must be the one to speak for the family now because she knows more than any of the children,' says former President Fidel V. Ramos
The elder Ampatuan liked to buy houses and lots, cars, and firearms, but the Ombudsman says he spent so much more than he earned
(UPDATED) The former first lady is accused of creating private foundations in Switzerland from 1978 to 1984 when she was governor of Metro Manila
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The wealth of the world's poorest 3.6 billion people is the equivalent to the combined net worth of 6 American businessmen, one from Spain and another from Mexico
We need to protect these assets to make them sustainable,' says World Bank consultant Reynaldo Fulleros
Vince Rapisura says temporary economic migrants should make it a goal to be able to come back after a maximum of 10 years
Jacinto Ligot and his family say the case should be dismissed on the ground of 'forum shopping'
Despite the presentation of 25 witnesses and 400 documentary exhibits over 29 years, the government failed to prove the sequestered properties were ill-gotten wealth, says the anti-graft court
Despite extensions, Imelda Marcos fails to submit her opposition to the government's petition requesting forfeiture of multimillion-dollar artworks
Some 18.5 million households around the world have at least $1 million worth of assets, for a total of $78.8 trillion – around 46% of total global wealth, leaving the rest to be divided by the other 99% of the world's population
(3rd UPDATE) The plan is a 5-year roadmap that lays out targets for each government ministry
An analyst says Saudi Arabia's $3.5 billion investment in Uber signals it will be 'a major player when it comes to sovereign wealth fund investing in the future'
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Binay – whose SALN is received by the Ombudsman 11 days after the April 30 deadline – declares a net worth of P61.48 million for 2015
The growth in Benigno Aquino III's net worth is attributed mainly to properties that he inherited
In his last annual SALN declaration as the country's leader, President Aquino's net worth stands at P68.78 million
The Presidential Commission on Good Government publishes an album of jewels owned by Imelda Marcos and lists the social services that they could have afforded to serve the public instead
Rivals of the presidential race front runner are banking on the Trillanes exposé to give them a fighting chance on May 9
The two aircraft are part of assets recovered from the Marcos family and their alleged crony
Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announces the 'Vision 2030' program, which includes the creation of the world's biggest sovereign wealth fund
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Bongbong Marcos' narrative of denial has gained traction. It exploits the already weak collective memory of Filipinos and has hijacked the unread past.
The amount was from the Arelma funds, a Panamanian registered account of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, father and namesake of the vice presidential candidate
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Former Central Bank governor Jaime Laya executes an affidavit in relation to a 30-year-old forfeiture case against the Marcoses
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Learn more about taxes on documents, new rules for financial statements, and how being an entrepreneur or investing means being taxed less in the long run
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Did you know that the Presidential Commission on Good Government has recovered P170.45 billion so far?
The PCGG-OSG wishes to split the proceedings into 5 sub-trials due to the number of transactions and respondents involved, including the Marcos and Romualdez families
What the entire world knows after 30 years is a mere fraction, and not the entirety, of the Marcos loot
The irony – or tragedy – is that despite overwhelming evidence against them, not one of the Marcoses and their cronies had spent a day in prison for plundering the nation