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the noynoy aquino-mar roxas platform of government

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A National Leadership in Need of Transformational Change

  • Its legitimacy is under question;
  • It persecutes those who expose the truth about its illegitimacy and corruption;
  • It stays in power by corrupting individuals and institutions;
  • It confuses the people with half-truths and outright lies;
  • It rewards, rather than punishes, wrongdoing;
  • It offers no lasting solutions for the many problems of the country;
  • It weakens the democratic institutions that hold our leaders accountable.
  • It hinders our local governments from delivering basic services;
  • It has no vision of governance beyond political survival and self- enrichment.

A People Crying out for Change

  • Corruption robs our children of their protection, nutrition and education.
  • Corruption destroys our families and communities.
  • Corruption steals from our farmers and workers.
  • Corruption deters businessmen from investing in our economy.
  • This has eroded our spirit as individuals, as communities, as a people.
  • We have lost trust in the democratic institutions we so courageously re-established after the dictatorship.
  • Our proven capacity for collective outrage and righteous resistance has been weakened.
  • We have ceased to depend on the patriotism and civic engagement that used to animate many of our efforts.
  • We have become divided and alienated, focusing only on ourselves and on our individual pursuits.
  • Our moral faculties as a people have been paralyzed.
  • We have retreated into a dark world of self-absorption and cynicism. Our collective despair has reached its lowest point.

Then finally, the gift of Light

Cory Aquino passed on to the next life. From our sadness, we awakened to a shaft of light cutting through the darkness. She left the

Filipinos a legacy of selfless love for country and people. Filipinos’ connection with each other was rekindled.

In death, she enabled us to hope again for decent government. The millions who connected with Cory at her funeral represented something more than euphoria, sentiment or transient emotions. They represented the reverent memory of a good leader in the past and the firm hope of having a similarly good leader in the future.

A People’s Campaign of Renewed Hope…

  • Anchored on Ninoy’s and Cory’s legacy of change through the ways of democracy
  • Embraces the qualities of integrity, humility and trust-worthiness in public leadership
  • Recognizes the absence of these qualities in government as a major cause of widespread poverty, misery and despair.

The Vision for the Philippines:

A country with…

1. A re-awakened sense of right and wrong, through the living examples of our highest leaders;

2. An organized and widely-shared rapid expansion of our economy through a government dedicated to honing and mobilizing our people’s skills and energies as well as the responsible harnessing of our natural resources;

3. A collective belief that doing the right thing does not only make sense morally, but translates into economic value as well;

4. Public institutions rebuilt on the strong solidarity of our society and its communities.

Our Mission:

We will start to make these changes first in ourselves—by doing the right things, by giving value to excellence and integrity and rejecting mediocrity and dishonesty, and by giving priority to others over ourselves.

We will make these changes across many aspects of our national life.

A Commitment to Transformational Leadership:

1. From a President who tolerates corruption  to a President who is the nation’s first and most determined fighter of corruption.

2. From a government that merely conjures economic growth statistics that our people know to be unreal  to a government that prioritizes jobs that empower the people and provide them with opportunities to rise above poverty.

3. From relegating education to just one of many concerns  to making education the central strategy for investing in our people, reducing poverty and building national competitiveness.

4. From treating health as just another area for political patronage  to recognizing the advancement and protection of public health, which includes responsible parenthood, as key measures of good governance.

5. From justice that money and connections can buy  to a truly impartial system of institutions that deliver equal justice to rich or poor.


6. From government policies influenced by well-connected private interests  to a leadership that executes all the laws of the land with impartiality and decisiveness.

7. From treating the rural economy as just a source of problems, to recognizing farms and rural enterprises as vital to achieving food security and more equitable economic growth, worthy of re-investment for sustained productivity.

8. From government anti-poverty programs that instill a dole-out mentality  to well-considered programs that build capacity and create opportunity among the poor and the marginalized in the country.

9. From a government that dampens private initiative and enterprise  to a government that creates conditions conducive to the growth and competitiveness of private businesses, big, medium and small.

10. From a government that treats its people as an export commodity and a means to earn foreign exchange, disregarding the social cost to Filipino families  to a government that creates jobs at home, so that working abroad will be a choice rather than a necessity; and when its citizens do choose to become OFWs, their welfare and protection will still be the government’s priority.

Government Service

11. From Presidential appointees chosen mainly out of political accommodation  to discerning selection based on integrity, competence and performance in serving the public good.

12. From demoralized but dedicated civil servants, military and police personnel destined for failure and frustration due to inadequate operational support  to professional, motivated and energized bureaucracies with adequate means to perform their public service missions.

Gender Equality

13. From a lack of concern for gender disparities and shortfalls, to the promotion of equal gender opportunity in all spheres of public policies and programs.

Peace & Order

14. From a disjointed, short-sighted Mindanao policy that merely reacts to events and incidents  to one that seeks a broadly supported just peace and will redress decades of neglect of the Moro and other peoples of Mindanao.


15. From allowing environmental blight to spoil our cities, where both the rich and the poor bear with congestion and urban decay  to planning alternative, inclusive urban developments where people of varying income levels are integrated in productive, healthy and safe communities.

16. From a government obsessed with exploiting the country for immediate gains to the detriment of its environment  to a government that will encourage sustainable use of resources to benefit the present and future generations.

This platform is a commitment to change that Filipinos can depend on.  With trust in their leaders, everyone can work and build a greater future together.

source: http://noypipol.wordpress.com/2009/11/28/noynoy-aquino-platform/

these are screenshots of the print ad released by the aquino campaign. double click image to get bigger view.

  1. November 29, 2009 at 2:00 pm

    Go Noynoy and Mar!

    • February 1, 2010 at 11:47 am

      Naku! Huwag na huwag kayo magkamali iboto C Noynoy lalo nayan c Mar Roxas. Puro dakdak lang yan at papugi sa Tv hindi mabuting leader iyan. Kaya lahat ng angkan ninyo kombinsihin ninyo na huwag iboto C Mar Roxas at noynoy.

      • February 18, 2010 at 9:16 pm

        bakit nasabi mo na hindi magandang leader si noynoy? it doesn’t mean na galing na sa hirap si villar ay dapat na siyang manalo.,. bahala na hindi mo yan iboboto si roxas basta iboto ninyo si noynoy.,.

        • abnoy
          December 31, 2011 at 12:39 am

          walang kwenta binoto mo.

      • March 6, 2010 at 1:10 pm

        y do u kip on contradicting and judging the presidentiables?….u don’t have the prior knowledge on how they would act and respond to their responsibilities and duties towards the needs of our country and yet you’re already jumping to conclusions????……

        And foremostly, with respect to the change that we’ve been aiming for since then is not just merely depending on the leaders of our nation..rather, it’s also us that can make a CHANGE.

        AS a whole..wg isisi ung mga unnecessary events s leader ng bansa..may part k rin dun… for ur information,,, bakit ikaw ba nasubukan mo nb na baguhin ang sarili mo??????? ung change n hinahanap mo di mo makikita s ibang tao… mag-uumpisa un sa sarili mo mismo….

        • melissa de los reyes
          March 7, 2010 at 10:53 am

          election time is all about making a judgement on the candidates, that is how one selects one over the others.

        • maris ongsico
          March 31, 2010 at 8:00 pm

          yes! im really strongly agree , if we want a change it must start in us .

      • pinkpanter
        April 24, 2010 at 8:26 pm

        eh sino nmn ang gusto mo nming iboto ng angkan namin?

    • mika
      March 3, 2010 at 11:38 am

      sori i wont waste my vote to samone na wlang nagawa sa senado.wla ngang nagawa….presidente pa….? he is a gud man bt not gud pra maging pres.

      • QC Boy
        April 18, 2010 at 12:40 am

        Oh yeah..Villar did what again? C5? Oh and the billions that he already spent to be president….bakit hindi ibinigay sa mahihirap? How will he recoup that loss..?

    • Thea
      April 17, 2010 at 3:15 pm

      actually, sa mga nakikita ko si noy noy lang ang magiging mabuting presidente ng pilipinas, dinadala nya ung mga pangalan ng magulang nya.. besides nakakahiya kung gagawa sya ng anumalya.. kesa naman sa ibang presidente na grabe kung gumastos tapos saan nila kukunin ung mga ginastos nila sa pangungumpanya? ano sa pera ng gobyerno? the HELL!! imposibleng hindi babawiin ung mga malalaking gastos sa pangungumpanya nila!! LALO NA AN SI MANNY VILLAR!!

  2. Vhinz
    November 30, 2009 at 6:32 pm

    No to abNOYNOY!! and lalo na kay mar roxas. hindi ideal na leader si Roxas

  3. Nissi
    November 30, 2009 at 7:46 pm

    hahah!! abnoynoy daw..

  4. byteexl
    December 1, 2009 at 11:09 pm

    ano na ba napatunayan ni noynoy??? wag maging emotional at mag base sa personality mga pinoy…dont see him capable of leading hardheaded and emotional pinoy.
    yung hacienda luisita nga eh hindi nila maisama sa carp…hay

    my choices in order
    bayani – strong political will – hindi martial law ito
    teodoro – good leader very straight forward, walang dagdag walang bawas, try to listen to his interviews
    villar – wala na eh

    • mika
      March 3, 2010 at 11:49 am

      noynoy is a gud man not a gud leader.wla nga sha sa board of dir. sa hacienda luista.indi nga makikinig ung mga titas ang titos nya. wlang nagawa sa senado.yan ba ang gud leader?

  5. December 1, 2009 at 11:43 pm

    Noynoy and Roxas are commendable leaders but they are two opposite joined together for the sake of winning. Roxas voted for the JPEFA which is an agreement that would open up our country for hazardous wastes from Japan among others while Noynoy clearly know it himself that he is not ready to run.

    A true leader must be willing to lead us and must know where he is leading us. It should not be based on abstracts and motherhood statements alone.

    I have already chosen my candidate… he is a GREEN CANDIDATE FOR A SUSTAINABLE AND GREEN PHILIPPINES.

  6. Mannie Sabiano
    December 5, 2009 at 3:36 pm

    I like the tandem of Aquino and Roxas but I’m not sure if they can fulfill or achieve their dreams

    • February 18, 2010 at 9:20 pm

      i hate there tandem because roxas is not a good leader but noynoy is a good leader and has a good and clean heart.,.

      • mika
        March 3, 2010 at 11:43 am

        noynoy is a good man not a good leader.

  7. ken
    December 14, 2009 at 10:44 am

    puro abstractions. nilalabo ang plataporma at walang concrete benchmarks kung ano ba talaga ang batayan para mahusgahan later on kung na-achieve ba ang mga planong yan o hindi. malamang kasi, ibig sabihin, walang planong ipatupad.

    bye noynoy!

  8. Nami
    January 4, 2010 at 1:20 pm

    i’m not sure of their tandem but as i can see, most people like them and that counts the most.

  9. amor
    January 8, 2010 at 7:49 am

    ok..fine… dami objectives/principles/theories … pero nasaan practical application? Paano lahat ito magaganap? …wala … wala… wala… And please, i beg to differ. The People Power revolution was not ever Cory’s. It was the Filipino people standing up for what was right and saying enough. Cory was just conveniently there and for lack of other symbolism – we had to use her. BUT CORY WAS NOT THE ESSENCE OF THE PEOPLE POWER. Give credit where credit is due – TO THE FILIPINO PEOPLE!!!!!!

    • January 8, 2010 at 11:42 am

      this is a platform of government – it is a statement of principles which this document does. the action steps are most probably explained during public meetings.

      the filipino people rallied behind cory aquino that resulted to people power. without cory, the people would have not overthrown marcos. the point of the uprising was the people felt cory was cheated in the election by marcos. the people put up people power to correct the cheating and to install cory as president.

      • poohbear
        March 31, 2010 at 1:18 am

        “the action steps are most probably explained during public meetings”….


        kaso di naman lahat nakakapunta sa public meetings. better siguro if nasa website nila or something yung mga action plans nila..

      • poohbear
        March 31, 2010 at 1:19 am

        “the action steps are most probably explained during public meetings”….


        kaso di naman lahat nakakapunta sa public meetings. better siguro if nasa website nila or something yung mga action plans nila.. para di mabansagang hanggang salita lang…

    • QC Boy
      April 18, 2010 at 12:44 am

      Great! Let’s give credit to the Filipino people and let them decide that C5 is a crime against the country! Villar used the trust of the Filipino people and his office to gain profit. Wake and really smell the coffee…what has Villar done for the Philippines? He is a business man, and in business..it’s all about profit. Saan kukunin ni Villar ang perang nagastos sa campaign niya…eh di sa taong bayan pag nanalo! BILLION!

  10. Enrico Navea
    January 10, 2010 at 7:40 pm

    Why do we have to say bad words against candidates? Why don’t we check their platform, background, and experience. Stop character assassination!

  11. aeryk
    January 12, 2010 at 10:45 am

    i haven’t decided who i’ll vote for president for the 2010 elections but i’ved already decided to vote for Binay because we can see the success of makati under his leadership. they say he won’t win. but hopefully if he does, then he’d be able to replicate what he has done to makati. i would like to share this post from a comment that has alot of sense. i just hope that whoever is elected president will improve the status of the country and release us from the grasp of the ever corrupt GLORIA MACAPAGAL ARROYO!

    To my fellow Filipinos who already have chosen their candidate for president on May elections, please think about these thoughts:

    If Noynoy was not born Aquino, would you vote for him according to his performance in the senate?

    If Villar was not so rich and couldn’t afford to pay billions of pesos for his infomercials, would you vote for him according to his record of accounts?

    If Gibo was not a bar exams top-notcher would you vote for him according to his performance as a National Defense secretary?

    If Erap was not an ousted president/actor, would you vote for him according to his credibility?

    If Eddie V was not a religious leader, would you vote for him according to his executive experience… if there was?

    If Gordon was not unpopular, would you vote for him according to his achievements as mayor of Olongapo, chairman of SBMA, chairman of PNRC, secretary of tourism department, and chairman of the blue ribbon senate committee?

  12. Nigels
    January 15, 2010 at 3:03 am

    TAMA stop character assassination. Actually nonoy ako dati pero because of his big Mouth ayaw ko na sa kanya. wag tira ng tira noy. ilahad mo nlng ang plataporma mo. nakakainis ang tira ng tira wag ka baka pag ikaw na ang nasa position ganyan din ang gagawin sayo sige ka…

  13. January 15, 2010 at 12:59 pm

    yawa. Hindi naman platform niyan eh. Campaign promise yan eh. Ang platform dapat nakalahad ang mga detalyadong programa ng isang kandidato.

    • January 15, 2010 at 1:17 pm

      yawa. Hindi naman platform niyan eh. Campaign promise yan eh. Ang platform dapat nakalahad ang mga detalyadong programa ng isang kandidato.

      it is platform of government and it is not true that details are included in such a document. the document tells you already in excatly wht direction an aquinio administration will take.

    • February 1, 2010 at 11:54 am

      Huwag Tayo magpadala sa emotion. Kelangan natin ang taong may kakayahan tumupad sa tungkolin at C Gibo Yan. Huwag ninyo piliin c Noynoy at Mar. Puro Papugi lang yan sa TV. walang magagawa yan sa bayan. Kaya Go for GIBO TEODORO malinis manungkolan at matalino.

  14. KRing
    January 21, 2010 at 3:14 pm

    Noy-Mar’s platform proof looks like more of a table-of-contents list in books and other related reference materials. Statements reflect a line of vagueness, only title and shortlist of descriptions can be extracted. Noy-Mar note of plans also touches a context of ambiguity. Terms that are totally opposite-vagueness and ambiguity, but, how come these concepts can describe at short and by and large all of their stated plans. Vague-unclear and uncertain; ambiguous like any other word found in a dictionary.

    Both of them came from formidable and respectable families. And you’re right, they are commendable leaders. Yet, famous personality is never a criteria primer to eject voting policies.

    A cliché for all we know…but there is still hope for the betterment of our nation. – Vote wisely.

    “I will decide as my conscience dictates.”
    -Queen Elizabeth (Golden Age)

    a cliche for all we know…but there is still hope for the betterment of our nation. – vote wisely

    “I will decide as my conscience dictates.”
    -Queen Elizabeth (Golden Age)

    • QC Boy
      April 18, 2010 at 12:48 am

      You are absolutely right when you mentioned “Both of them came from formidable and respectable families. And you’re right, they are commendable leaders. Yet, famous personality is never a criteria primer to eject voting policies.” However, What about Integrity, Ethics, Service and Accountability? Villar.. Ethics and accountability: puro palusot! Service to the poor? He spent billions on a campaign?! Why not share that wealth..Kung talagang he is about the people.

  15. January 21, 2010 at 4:01 pm

    Wala naman maitutulong ang tandem nina Noynoy at Mar sa ikakaunlad ng bansa natin.. Kahit ng senador pa lamang sila, wala naman sila naging silbi sa senate dahil “inivisible” sila na maituturing..Kaya sana maging matalino tyo sa pagboto natin at sana ay iboto natin un tamang kandidato na mag-aahon satin sa kahirapan, kagaya ni Villar at Loren Legarda.. I just visited the site of Loren Legarda and i must say, ang website sya ay informative.! http://lorenlegarda.com.ph

    • CebuNet
      January 22, 2010 at 1:32 pm

      ok para kay VILLAR but for loren legarda puro lang arti-arti

  16. Lilian Galang
    January 21, 2010 at 6:58 pm

    noynoy-mar ang para sa akin more ideal tandem to vote for this coming election. we need young and ideal men to lead our country. compara sa ibang mga kandidato, sa palagay ko they are more capable and sincere sa mga sinasabi nilang pagbabago na gusto nilang mangyari para sa bansa. corruption is the number one concern natin na mawala para umunlad tayong lahat….kaya yan din ang number one target ng dalawa na maalis sa systema ng gobyerno natin.

    • CebuNet
      January 22, 2010 at 1:37 pm

      young yes but ideal no… noynoy sumasaway sa ibang campo. ” “magnanakaw galit sa kapwa magnanakaw” baka maubusan!!!!

  17. E-BE-ES-CE-BE-EN
    January 29, 2010 at 3:50 pm

    He is clean and honest
    He really is unblemished, squeaky clean and immaculate. Noynoy has no record of dishonesty simply because he has no record of accomplishment at all. He was one of the prominent members of the committee of silence. I googgled his name to find out if, except for his name, there was anything he did that he should be proud of. I am sorry that I found nothing. It is time he reveals what he had done in congress for nine years, plus two years in the senate, to deserve the presidency. When he ran for Senate, he simply relied on his family name and the endorsement of his mother. Being in the Senate with no accomplishment will not hurt the nation except the wasted money paid to him as a public servant. But to be president and not knowing what to do is probably as disastrous as a corrupt president.

    The argument goes, that since the people lost trust in the present leadership, Noynoy comes as a white knight, enjoying the trust and confidence of the people. But why should we trust Noynoy? Has he done something to deserve our trust?” Trust is earned, deserved and not bestowed nor inherited. We are now bombarded with propaganda about the goodness of Pres Cory, to the extent that Noynoy propagandists even go to the limit of declaring her a saint, in the hope that people will also view Noynoy as saint- like. The Liberal Party had even formulated its battle cry: “this (the election) is a fight between good and evil”. My goodness, don’t you agree that a man who pontificates that he represents goodness is really suspect of some loose screws somewhere.
    Noynoy’s handlers forgot the basic need of a responsible candidate-the need to have an advocacy. It should be pointed out that Noynoy has no advocacy at all in his public life. He won his senate seat solely upon his family name, like Loi Ejercito, Pia Cayetano, Bong Revilla and the like. This is very important to those who are very discerning. We do not know to what directions we will be going, with him as a leader. It is fearsome to have a president who is not only unprepared and unqualified, but also to be under the control of unknown advisers and heaven forbid, under the tutelage of his movie star sister. It becomes more dreadful because his popularity is seemingly sustained, thanks to the biased and twisted reporting of our media and most especially of a very large TV network who all have their interests to protect.

    • pinkpanter
      April 24, 2010 at 8:37 pm


  18. Pres
    January 30, 2010 at 12:20 pm

    i was not amaze. it is not specific and it is not direct. it is easy to compose a sentence or paragraph like that. what i want is specific on how he will do that and what is the plan. and i’m expecting more from them.

    • QC Boy
      April 18, 2010 at 12:49 am

      How about grammar?

  19. February 8, 2010 at 5:26 pm

    nonoy is the best of all the senator because he is not korakot

    • mika
      March 3, 2010 at 11:31 am

      yep but no. 6 sa list of top spenders nd sa long yers nya sa senate…wlang bill na approv? nako…ano bang ginawa nya? patulog -tulog lang sa session at lalabas pa sigarilyo sigarilyo? ganyan lang ba? dba binayaran sha sa govt ra mag trabaho? anong tawag nyan diba korupt din…

    • pinkpanter
      April 24, 2010 at 8:35 pm

      hindi nga.. talaga lang ha..?

  20. MoneyPakyaw
    February 9, 2010 at 10:20 pm

    pansin ko dati pa…parang bias ang moderator sa BLOG na toh. =(

    • February 9, 2010 at 10:39 pm

      this blog is not a news blog and not like the first page oif newspapers where being objective in reporting the news is a must.

      this blog is a blog of opinions by the authors of the blogs and even the posters of comments in this blog much like the editorial page or opinion page of a newspaper. to have an opinion means one need to be biased. having an opinion is making a stand on things. and this is what this blog is all about.

      but as you can see in this blog, topics and comments for and against are allowed.

  21. NotoCorrupt
    February 10, 2010 at 11:50 am

    Go NOYNOY-MAR! Ganda ng tandem nyo… Da best!

  22. janet
    February 19, 2010 at 8:47 pm

    Bro Eddie is the best among the rests.

    • pinkpanter
      April 24, 2010 at 8:33 pm

      best ka jan.. ano kau? close..

  23. alma
    March 3, 2010 at 11:37 am

    Ok itong tandem na ito. Isang walang alam at isang takleso.

    Ang Presidentiable
    1. Ni hindi alam ang nagyayari sa neigboring country natin tulad ng Myanmar;
    2. Ni hindi alam na may El Nino, tawag nga nya artificial El Nino daw di ba;
    3. Papalit-palit ng isip: nagbait-baitan sa pagpapalibing kay FM, kesyo gagawa ng committee, pero ng may di kagandahang nasabi si Bongbong about EDSA1, puro maaanghang na ang sagot, kinalimutan na ang committee kuno
    4. Nauuna ang bunganga kesa sa utak. Ipapa-impeach daw ang ia-appoint ni GMA na Chief Justice, ano ba s’ya hilo? Kaya hirit ni Sec. Bello “We understand the lack of understanding of Sen. Noynoy about the constitution.”
    5. Hayok sa surveys. Hello?! Sa Mayo ang totoong botohan, hindi sa surveys.
    6. Wala nang nakitang malinis kundi ang sarili n’ya. Think of Hacienda Luisita Massacre and his alliance with Erap in 2007 at masasabi mo talagang malinis ang tumbong n’ya. 😛
    7. Manggagamit ng mga magulang na yumao. Walang sariling kakayanan.
    8. 0 passed law.
    9. Pikon.
    10. Kris Aquino. Need I say more?

    Ang Vice Presidentiable
    1. Magaling magmura, with conviction talaga.
    2. Magaling mang-insulto ng mga preso, ikumapara ba naman kay Villar eh. 😛
    3. Utu-uto. Magpapauto lang sa dehado pa ang utak kesa sa kanya.
    4. Mang-aangkin ng credit na hindi naman kanya. Remember the cheaper medicine law?
    5. Korina Sanchez. Need I say more?

  24. janet
    March 3, 2010 at 2:24 pm


    • pinkpanter
      April 24, 2010 at 8:31 pm

      i doubt it… haha
      don’t be too sure..

  25. Edward Yee
    March 15, 2010 at 9:28 pm

    Hmmm. This platform really speaks of motherhood statements. Lack of specific and positive action, more on pandering on the evident dissatisfaction on corruption and poor/rich disparity.

  26. rowy
    March 16, 2010 at 10:15 pm

    noynoy looks like a good man but that does not mean he will be a good leader.

  27. mauidos
    January 6, 2014 at 12:19 pm

    So kumusta na ang social contract na ito? Lahat ata ng puntos napako. Ayan kasi, naninwala sa script ng Abias-CBN PR marketing firm. May TV commercial pa sa lahat ng mga artista.

    Kumusta ngayon?

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