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SolGen comment on DAP case

SolGen comment on DAP case

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Published by Rappler Philippines
The Court will hold oral arguments on the DAP on November 11
The Court will hold oral arguments on the DAP on November 11

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Published by: Rappler Philippines on Nov 07, 2013
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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
SUPREME COURT
MANILA
 EN BANC
 AUGUSTO L. SYJUCO, JR.,
Petitioner,
 
-versus-
FLORENCIO B. ABAD,
et al.
,
Respondents.
x---------------------------------------------x MANUELITO R. LUNA,
Petitioner,
-versus-
SECRETARY FLORENCIO  ABAD,
et al.
,
Respondents.
x---------------------------------------------xG.R. No. 209135 G.R. No. 209136
 
C
ONSOLIDATED
 C
OMMENT
 
Syjuco, Jr. v. Abad, et al.
G.R. Nos. 209135, 209136, 209155, 209164, 209260, 209287, 209444 Page of
2 41
 
 JOSE MALVAR VILLEGAS, JR.,
Petitioner,
-versus-
THE HONORABLE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY PAQUITO N. OCHOA, JR.,
et al.
,
Respondents.
x---------------------------------------------x
 
PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTION  ASSOCIATION (PHILCONSA),
et al.
,
Petitioners,
-versus-
THE DEPARTMENT OF BUDGET AND MANAGEMENT and/or HON. FLORENCIO B.  ABAD,
Respondent.
x---------------------------------------------x INTEGRATED BAR OF THE PHILIPPINES (IBP),
Petitioner,
-versus- 
 
SECRETARY FLORENCIO G.R. No. 209155 G.R. No. 209164 G.R. No. 209260
 
C
ONSOLIDATED
 C
OMMENT
 
Syjuco, Jr. v. Abad, et al.
G.R. Nos. 209135, 209136, 209155, 209164, 209260, 209287, 209444 Page of
3 41
x-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------x
 
C
ONSOLIDATED
 C
OMMENT
 
(With Opposition to the Issuance of a Temporary Restraining Order and/or Writ of Preliminary Injunction) Respondents, by the Office of the Solicitor General, respectfully state:
RELEVANT FACTS
1.In the first three quarters of 2011, the Aquino administration  was faced with inefficiencies and other systemic issues that hampered the capacity of some government institutions to spend their budgets and implement programs and projects. The national government’s disbursement level shrank, falling significantly below target by 16.1 percent.
 
 This problem was expressed at the macroeconomic level in
1
terms of a reduction in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). 2.Apart from the usual transition glitches brought about by a change in leadership, the Aquino administration’s underspending can also be traced to the cancellation of some of the programs, activities and projects initiated by the previous administration, which were found to be anomalous or fraught with irregularities.
2
3.In order to accelerate public spending, the Aquino administration evaluated and identified certain projects authorized under the General Appropriations Act (GAA) that fit any of the following criteria: a)Fast-moving or quick-disbursing;
Bureau of the Treasury National Government Fiscal Report as of the end of 2011.
1
 
Frequently Asked Questions About the Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP),
2
available at  www.dbm.gov.ph, last accessed on 15 October 2013.

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