Rodrigo Gutang

EFFECTIVE
Work


Experience
Congressman (1987-1992) i
Brigadier General
Executive director of the
Association of Generals and
Flag Officersii
 Secretary, Cavalier
Association of Veteransiii
Government Committees Chairediv
 House Committee on Public
Order and Security

EMPOWERING

ETHICAL
Misc. Actions
 Attempted to import
600+ Uzi and Galil
automatic rifles in
1989 for the personal
use of Congressmen,
bought with their
own money. Were not
found guilty of any
wrongdoing, but the
weapons were turned
over to the militaryv

i “Online Roster of Philippine Legislators.” House of Representatives of the Republic of the
Philippines, Accessed January 26, 2016. http://www.congress.gov.ph/orphil/index.php?
rostview=legbody&alpha=G&leg_no=25
ii Pamintuan, Ana Marie. “Jitters.” PhilStar Global. April 26, 2002.
http://www.philstar.com/opinion/158625/jitters
iii Dinglasan, Rouchelle and Andrei Medina. “General Alarm: Battle Brews Over Veterans’
Affairs.” GMA News, May 24, 2014.
http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/362543/news/nation/general-alarm-battle-brewsover-veterans-affairs
iv Jones, David W. “Aquino Considering Martial Law Provisions.” United Press International,
February 12, 1988.
v Suarez, Miguel C. “From Uzis to Luxury Cars to Coconuts, Philippine Congress Embroiled
in Scandal.” LA Times, March 12, 1989. http://articles.latimes.com/1989-03-12/news/mn907_1_philippine-coconut-authority