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Compare 2010 Presidential Candidates

Compare 2010 Presidential Candidates

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Side-by-Side Comparison of the 2010 Presidential Candidates
The latest version of this document is available atLearningTagalog.com/ph/2010pc.html
Age, Birth Date, Family
 
Manuel “Manny”Villar, Jr.Eddie Villanueva Gilberto “GiboTeodoroJohn Carlos “JC”de los ReyesNicanor “Nick”PerlasMaria AnaConsuelo“Jamby” MadrigalRichard “Dick”GordonJoseph “Erap”EstradaBenigno“Noynoy” AquinoIII
60 years old
born Dec 13, 1949
married
3 children
63 years old
born Oct 6, 1946
married
4 children
45 years old
born Jun 14, 1964
married
1 child
40 years old
born Feb 14, 1970
married
3 children
60 years old
born Jan 10, 1950
married
1 child
52 years old
born Apr 26, 1958
married
64 years old
born Aug 5, 1945
married
3 children
73 years old
born Apr 19, 1937
married
3+ children
50 years old
born Feb 8, 1960
single
Career 
Villar Villanueva Teodoro de los Reyes Perlas Madrigal Gordon Estrada Aquino
senator (01-present)
Senate President(06-08)
Senate PresidentPro-Tempore (01-02)
Speaker of theHouse of Representatives(98-01)
congressman (92-01)
owner, Camella &Palmera Homes(?-present)
owner, sand-and-
president, Jesus IsLord Church (?-present)
president, ZOEBroadcastingNetwork (?-present)
part-timeinstructor, PUP(78-79)
export manager,Maran ExportIndustries (73-75)
general manager,Agape TradingCompany (76-77)
Economics and
Secretary of National Defense(07-09)
congressman (98-07)
Assistant MajorityLeader, House of Representatives(?-?)
practicing lawyer,EP Mendoza LawFirm (89-96)
councilor,Olongapo City (07-present)
executive director,Breaking the Yokeof PovertyFoundation(housing projectfor 60 families)(?-?)
owner, LegobrickSystems &Designs (claybricksmanufacturer)(?-?)
councilor,Olongapo City
expert consultant& adviser toUnited Nationsbodies (UNDP,FAO, UNCSD,UNICEF etc.),Phil. govt (Officeof the President,Senate, House of Representatives,NEDA, DSWD,DA, DENR, officialPhil. delegationsto UN and APEC),donor agencies,universities andother civil societyorganizations,
senator (04-present)
PresidentialAdviser for Children's Affairs(99-01)
undersecretary,DSWD (92-98)
senator (04-10)
Secretary of Tourism (01-04)
chairman, SubicBay MetropolitanAuthority (92-98)
mayor of Olongapo City (80-86, 88-93)
practicinglawyer/associate,ACCRA LawOffices (75-79)
director, KongCommercial Phils.(74-?)
brand manager,
President (98-01)
Vice President(92-98)
PresidentialAdviser for CrimePrevention & LawEnforcement (92-98)
senator (87-92)
mayor of San Juan(69-86)
actor (56-89)
senator (07-present)
congressman (98-07)
field servicesmanager, family-owned CentralAzucarera deTarlac (96-98)
exec. assistant,Central Azucarerade Tarlac (93-96)
vice president andtreasurer, family-owned BestSecurity AgencyCorp. (86-93)
 
Villar Villanueva Teodoro de los Reyes Perlas Madrigal Gordon Estrada Aquino
gravel business(75-?)
financial analyst,Private Devt Corpof the Phil. (72-75)
owner, seafooddelivery business(72)
accountant, SycipGorres Velayo &Co. (71-72)Finance instructor,PUP (69-72)(95-?)
Philosophyinstructor,University of Asiaand the Pacific(93-95?)businesses etc.
author, lecturer,scientist, farmer,banker, journalist
faculty member,graduate program,Southeast AsiaInterdisciplinaryDevelopmentInstitute (SAIDI)(?-?)
professor, doctoralprogram onApplied CosmicAnthropology,Asian SocialInstitute (?-?)Procter andGamble Phil. (66-67)
delegate,ConstitutionalConvention (71-72)
assistant for advertising,Mondragon Phil.(85?-86)
retail salessupervisor andpromotionsassistant, NikePhil. (85-86?)
Achievements
Villar Villanueva Teodoro de los Reyes Perlas Madrigal Gordon Estrada Aquino
Bills authored & passed into law:
BarangayMicrobusinessEnterprises Act
OverseasAbsentee VotingAct
Anti-Trafficking of Persons Act
GrantingAdditional Benefits& Privileges toSenior Citizens Act
Anti-ViolenceAgainst Women &Children Act
Cheaper & QualityMedicines Act
Anti-MoneyLaundering Act
New BalikbayanAct
StrengtheningPromotion, Devt &Assistance toSmall & MediumEnterprises Act
Rabies Control &Elimination Act
General
TV host, Jesus theHealer, and Diyosat Bayan
radio host, Tinig saItaas
columnist, Abante,Abante-Tonite, andmonthlypublications inHong Kong andTaiwan
author, Find It!Straight from theWord, and SurestCovenant
contributed articlesto 2 books, Legacyand This Is MyStory
founded a “bahaytuluyan” (shelter,refuge?) in HongKong, which hasbeen helpingOFWs for over 20years
fought for therights of workers,farmers andfishermen inBulacan
youngestSecretary of National Defense(age 43)
orderedinvestigations toensure regular proceedings atDND. Thisresulted in thecancellation of afraudulent bidding.
prioritized disaster risk management
Bills authored & passed into law:
Granting ProvincialAirways Corp. aFranchise Act
Granting RadioMaria Foundationa Franchise Act
Colonel in the Phil.Air Force Reserve
admitted to StateBar of California
topped Phil. bar exams
free legalassistanceprogram inOlongapo City
campaign againstillegal drugs,violations of workers' rights,illegal fish cages
led protestsagainst coal power plant
filed numerouscases beforeOmbudsmanagainst high-ranking govtofficials
author of internationalbestseller,ShapingGlobalization: CivilSociety, CulturalPower andThreefolding(translated intoover 9 languages)
lectured in over 100 globalconferences & 150nationalconferences onculture & societaltransformation,integralsustainabledevelopment,globalization,direct democracyetc.
advised & helpedthen presidentRamos toconvince APEC togive importance tosustainable devt.This spared 3million rice farmers
Bills authored & passed into law:
Anti-ChildPornography Act
organized anational summitfor children inMalacañang
founder, Books-for-the-BarangayFoundation, AbadSantos MadrigalFoundation, ABLEFoundation
basic reflexologytraining program,which has trainedover 10,000therapists
Bills authored & passed into law:
HolidayEconomics Act
AutomatedElections SystemAct
Sin Tax Act
Abolition of DeathPenalty Act
WW II VeteransPensions &Benefits Act
Tourism Act,formation &promotion of Tourism EnterpriseZones
Act PenalizingViolations AgainstInternationalHumanitarian Law
Biofuels Act
Fixing Regular Elections in ARMMAct
Fixing Tax Regimein SpecialEconomic Zonesand Freeports Act
Food Donation Act
national housingprogram for thepoor 
Farmers TrustDevelopmentProgram, whichencouraged smalllandowners toconsolidate their farm operations
removed all govtguarantees oncontracts for publicprojects(guarantees thatgovt wouldassume financialobligations of companies)
replaced corruptofficials in themilitary & police
orderedinvestigation of allgovernmentcontracts & taxevaders
Phil. Drug AbuseResistanceEducationProgram
Bills authored & passed into law:
none
focused on“fiscalizing” (actingas a monitor or watchdog,prosecuting?)
made procurementof petroleum, oil &lubricantrequirements of AFP transparentby requiring publicbidding
 
Villar Villanueva Teodoro de los Reyes Perlas Madrigal Gordon Estrada Aquino
Appropriations Act
Anti-Smoking Act
CitizenshipRetention &Reacquisition Act
Clean Water Act
and 30 others
Projects:
OFW Helpline –repatriation, burialand legalassistance for OFWs
Manpower onWheels – mobilelivelihood trainingfacility for poor students
Sagip Ilog –campaign to reviveLas Pinas River and Zapote River 
Sipag at TiyagaCaravanKaalaman –livelihood programfor out-of-schoolyouth andunemployedcitizens
Sagip Bukas –anti-drug addictionprogram
CommunityMortgage Programand DepressedArea ElectrificationProgram –assistance withhousing andelectricity for thepoor 
Pagtatanim Parasa Kinabukasan –tree-planting drivein Las Pinas
Tulong Kalusugansa Kapwa –providing medicineand hospitaltreatment tocitizens
construction of schools, mass
founder andchancellor, Jesusis Lord CollegesFoundation, whichhas 30 branchesin differentprovinces
student leader from potentiallydisastrousconsequences of radical, one-sidedtrade liberalization,which was beingadvanced by USgovt.
helped to uncover massive corruptionthat resulted inserious safetyproblems of Bataan Nuclear Power Plant
stopped govt frombuilding 12 nuclear power plants
led nationalmovement thatbroke corrupt tiesbetween pesticidecompanies & Deptof Agriculture, andsucceeded inbanning 32pesticides thatwere poisoningmillions of farmers
led creation of anational integratedpest managementprogram, whichreduced pesticideuse nationally andenrolled over 100,000 farmers
helped farmerstransition fromexpensive &destructivechemical farmingmethods tosustainable agri.
helped 220,000economically poor families thrumicrofinance
helped UNICEFassess its nationalFamily FoodProductionProgram andmake it more
led investigationsinto 2004 P728million Fertilizer Fund Scam andZTE Nat.BroadbandContract
proposed aresolution, whichwas adopted byInter-ParliamentaryUnion (org. of parliaments of 143countries),recognizing therole of parliamentsin protectinggroups that arevulnerable todisasters
boosted tourismby activelymarketing thePhilippines
award-winningWow Philippinescampaign
promoteddomestic tourismby holding regionalevents and havingprovincialdestinationsshowcased atIntramuros
taxi identificationand accountabilitysystem
revived PaskuhanVillage, restoredFort Santiago, FortSan Pedro, FortPilar, the Cota
constructedIntramuros & RizalLight & SoundMuseum, andVictories of theRevolution Light &Sound Museum
transformed Subic
arrested criminalwarlords andkidnappingsyndicates
Bills authored & passed into law:
Construction of Irrigation ProjectsAct
Protection andPropagation of Carabaos Act
founded San JuanMunicipal HighSchool; built AgoraComplex,GovernmentCenter, mini-park,schools, healthcenters, barangayhalls, playgrounds,artesian wells;paved roads withconcrete;renovated schoolbuildings
relocated 1,800squatter familiesout of San Juan toTaytay, Rizal
first mayor tocomputerize realestate taxassessment
San JuanProgressFoundation, SanJuan Police andFire Trust Fund,and Friends of Joseph Estrada,which providesfree burialassistance for thepoor 
Movie WorkersWelfareFoundation, whichprovides financialand professionalassistance to filmindustry workers

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