VP Binay, 28 others file SALNs

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President Aquino, Vice President Jejomar Binay and at least 26 top executives in government have filed their SALN

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – Vice President Jejomar Binay filed Monday, April 30, his Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN), putting to at least 29 the total number of top executive officials who have so far filed their SALNs.

President Aquino also filed his SALN last April 24, according to Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda. The deadline for filing is today, April 30.

Lacierda said the following 28 Cabinet Secretaries and top officials in the executive department have filed their SALN as of 2 pm Monday:

  • Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa
  • Transportation Secretary Mar Roxas
  • Energy Secretary Rene Almendras
  • Budget Secretary Florencio Abad Jr.
  • Presidential Management Staff chief Julia Abad
  • Education Secretary Armin Luistro
  • Communications Secretary Ricky Carandang
  • Lacierda
  • Social Welfare  Secretary Dinky Soliman
  • Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Ging Deles
  • Labor Secretary Linda Baldoz
  • National Anti-Poverty Commission chief Joel Rocamora
  • Presidential Political Adviser Ronald Llamas
  • Communications Secretary Sonny Coloma
  • Metropolitan Manila Development Authority chair Francis Tolentino
  • Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala
  • Justice Secretary Leila de Lima
  • Health Secretary Enrique Ona
  • Science and Technology Secretary Mario Montejo
  • Tourism Secretary Ramon Jimenez
  • Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima
  • Commission on Higher Education Patricia Licuanan
  • Agrarian Reform Secretary Gil de los Reyes
  • Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin
  • Foreign Secretary Albert del Rosario
  • Interior and Local Government Secretary Jesse Robredo
  • Economic Planning Secretary Cayetano Paderanga
  • Public Works Secretary Rogelio Singson
 
The SALN becomes all the more relevant at this time due to the impeachment trial of Chief Justice Renato Corona, who is being accused of not declaring and disclosing his real wealth in his previous SALN. – Rappler.com