MANILA, Philippines – As part of Rappler’s coverage of the annual deadline for the filing of assets and liabilities disclosures of government officials and employees, Rappler sent out researchers to the House of Representatives to get the following:
- the list of solons who submitted (and those who didn’t submit) SALNs to the House Secretary General; and
- copies of the SALNs from the Secretary General’s office and the offices of individual congressmen.
We were told by staff at the SecGen’s office that they could not give us the list yet because Secretary General Marilyn Yap is still out of the country. Copies of the disclosure documents along with the list of those who submitted will be released, we were told, within 10 working days from submission as required by law.
Rappler was able to get copies of SALNs directly from the offices of 5 congressmen, including 3 members of the prosecution panel. Those who sent us copies were: Rep Arlene Bag-ao (Partylist, Akbayan); Neri Colmenares (Partylist, Bayan Muna); Lorenzo “Erin” Tañada III (4th District, Quezon); Emerenciana De Jesus (Partylist, Gabriela); and Alfredo Marañon III (2nd District, Negros Occidental).
Below are the copies of the SALNs we obtained. We will update this page as we get more copies.
Sonny Angara (Aurora)
Erico Aumentado (Bohol, 2nd district)
Arlene Bag-ao (Akbayan)
Walden Bello (Akbayan)
Neri Colminares (Bayan Muna)
Emerenciana De Jesus (Gabriela)
Alfredo Maranon III (Negros Occidental, 2nd district)
Miro Quimbo (Marikina City, 2nd district)
Erin Tanada (Quezon, 4th district)