Vice Pres. Leni Robredo Speaks on Proposal that Candidates of Election 2022 Must Disclose their SALN
LENI ROBREDO – The presidential aspirant and Vice President supports the proposal that candidates of Election 2022 must open their Statements of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth (SALN) and sign a bank waiver.
During the period set by the Commission on Elections (Comelec) for the filing of candidacies for Election 2022, there was a total of 97 aspirants for president. One of them is Vice President Leni Robredo who filed as an independent candidate in the upcoming election.
Robredo is the presidential nominee of the opposition coalition 1SAMBAYAN. The Vice President has always been vocal about her stand regarding national concerns and those that are in line with being a government official.
Recently, Vice Pres. Leni Robredo gave her stand on the proposal of senatorial aspirant and incumbent Sorsogon Governor Francis “Chiz” Escudero that candidates of the Election 2022 must open their SALN and sign a bank waiver.
Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, Vice Pres. Robredo supports the disclosure of SALN and the signing of the bank waiver for the Election 2022 candidates. She stressed that the Office of the Vice President has always been open regarding it provided that the request complies with the requirements that her office has set.
According to the Vice President, they release the SALN right away if the requirements are met by anyone who wants to have a copy of her SALN. Her stand regarding the matter is in line with her pursuit to end corruption in the government.
Vice Pres. Robredo is vocal that she and her camp do not have many resources for the campaign for Election 2022. Meanwhile, she’s overwhelmed and grateful by the support shown to her by her supporters who are voluntarily launching different ways to campaign for the Vice President in the upcoming election.
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