Top Twelve Accomplishments Of Outgoing Philippine President NoyNoy Aquino

imageMANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – The Filipino people have spoken.  They have elected their new president, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte. He is scheduled to be inaugurated at noon on June 30, 2016, in accordance with the Philippine constitution.

As outgoing President NoyNoy Aquino packs up and prepares to leave the presidential palace, he was praised today by the Filipinos who are ever grateful of his accomplishments to improve the lives of the entire cross-section of the country. “He made us truly proud,” the Pinoys said.

The following have been listed as Aquino’s top twelve accomplishments in his 6-year reign as president:

1 Miss Universe
1 Miss World
2 Miss Earth
1 Miss International
1 Miss Supranational
1 Miss Globe
1 Miss Scuba International
1 Miss Tourism International
2 Miss International Queen (Transgender pageant)
1 Mister International

Mabuhay Philippines!

(iReporter ‘Renz Carlo contributed to this report)

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8 thoughts on “Top Twelve Accomplishments Of Outgoing Philippine President NoyNoy Aquino”

  1. 2 ms tourism international: 2012 & 2013
    1 Miss Tourism Queen of the Year International: 2015
    1 Miss Heritage Global: 2014
    1 Manhunt international: 2012
    1 supermodel of the world: 2011
    1 Miss Southeast Asia 2010

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  2. Allow me to add to a few events that happen in Aquino’s term…
    13. Philippine GDP was consistently increasing at 6%
    14. Inflation controlled at an average of
    15 Passed the bill for mandatory health coverage for Senior Citizen
    16 And expected growth of 6% in 2016 making the Philippines one of the fastest growing economy in the Asia

    thttp://www.focus-economics.com/countries/philippines

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      1. In Economics there is Good Debt and there is Bad Debt. So external debt alone is NOT a very good measure of a countries economic performance. http://www.investopedia.com/articles/pf/12/good-debt-bad-debt.asp.

        A more representative picture should be the Debt-to-GDP ratio.
        http://www.tradingeconomics.com/philippines/government-debt-to-gdp.

        2015 was a record low for the Philippines. This indicates a very good accomplishment for the Aquino administration. This means the external debt were properly used and resulted in the increased GDP.

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        1. And the hold of the very rich on the increasingly poor remains criminal: 35 years after the so-called EDSA revolution, the top 40 richest Filipino families have an increased wealth equivalent to 76.5 percent of the country’s overall increase in GDP.

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      2. Half-truth. Did you check the foreign reserves? It surpasses the foreign debt. This is the first time this has happened in the country’s history. The Philippines can pay and wipe out the debt, something the country is unable to do under any other president.

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