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Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.

EFFECTIVE

EMPOWERING

ETHICAL

Educationi
 Special Diploma in Social
Sciences, Oxford University,
UK (1978)
Work Experienceii
 Senator (2010-2016)
 Congressman (1992-1995,
2007-2010)
 Governor (1983-1986, 19982007)
Government Committees Chairediii
 Committee on Local
Government
 Committee on Public Works
 Oversight Committee on
ARMM Organic Act
 Congressional Oversight
Committee on the Special
Purpose Vehicle Act
 Select Oversight Committee
on Barangay Affairs
Laws Principally Authorediv
 Principal author of 92 bills
during the 14th-16th
Congresses, as
Congressman and Senator.
Of these, 6 became law or
were
consolidated/substituted for
bills that became law. These
include:
 Act to Postpone the
Sangguniang Kabataan
Elections
Programs Enacted
 Pioneered wind power
technology in Ilocos Norte

Capacity-Building
Programsvii
 Devoted most of his
CDF to teachers and
cooperatives in
Ilocos Norte as
Congressman

Allegations
 Acknowledges that
he made false claims
about his educational
attainment and has
updated his resumeviii
 Implicated in the
pork barrel scam,
claims his signatures
on the documents
releasing the funds
to bogus NGOs were
forged and that he
did now know about
the P100 million DAP
in his budgetix
Actions to Improve Ethics
Misc. Actions
 Third richest senator;
says in official
reports of his wealth
that his actual net
worth is higher than
is being reported, as
his reports “exclude
interest as a
compulsory heir of
father” as the
Marcoses are taking
to court to reclaim
property that the
government
sequestered as
illegally obtained.x

as governor v
Major Awardsvi
 Top Most Outstanding
Contributor of CDF to

Cooperatives Awardee
(1994)
Young Achiever Awardee for
Government and Public
Service (1994)

i “Bongbong Marcos Corrects Resume.” Rappler, April 18, 2015.
http://www.rappler.com/newsbreak/inside-track/90286-bongbong-marcos-corrects-resume
ii “Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” R. Marcos Jr. Resume.” Senate of the Philippines 16 th
Congress. Accessed January 26, 2016.
https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/bmarcos_resume.asp
iii “List of Committees.” Senate of the Philippines 16th Congress. Accessed January 25, 2016.
https://www.senate.gov.ph/committee/list.asp
iv “House Bills and Resolutions.” Republic of the Philippines House of Representatives 16 th
Congress. Accesses January 25, 2016. http://www.congress.gov.ph/download/?d=billstext
"Bills - Senate of the Philippines." Senate of the Philippines 16th Congress. Accessed
January 25, 2016. http://www.senate.gov.ph/lis/leg_sys.aspx?congress=16.
No info on bills authored prior to 2007.

v “About Bongbong Marcos.” Vice President Bongbong 2016. Accessed January 26, 2016.
https://www.bongbongmarcos.com/about/
vi “Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” R. Marcos Jr. Resume.” Senate of the Philippines 16 th
Congress. Accessed January 26, 2016.
https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/bmarcos_resume.asp
vii “About Bongbong Marcos.” Vice President Bongbong 2016. Accessed January 26, 2016.
https://www.bongbongmarcos.com/about/
viii “Bongbong Marcos Corrects Resume.” Rappler, April 18, 2015.
http://www.rappler.com/newsbreak/inside-track/90286-bongbong-marcos-corrects-resume
ix Macaraig, Ayee. “Marcos: Fund Misuse May Be Beyond PDAF.” Rappler, September 10,
2013. http://www.rappler.com/nation/38585-bongbong-marcos-disbursementacceleration-plan
x Rufo, Aries. “Bongbong Marcos’s Wealth Rises as Businesses Go Bankrupt.” Rappler,
Feburary 25, 2015. http://www.rappler.com/newsbreak/in-depth/84807-bongbong-marcoswealth-businesses-bankrupt