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BINAY RESIGNS FROM AQUINO CABINET; [Binay's letter to Aquino contains only one sentence]


JUNE 22 ---Vice President Jejomar Binay has earlier expressed his intent for the presidency in 2016. AJ Bolando 
Vice President Jejomar Binay resigned from his post in President Benigno Aquino III's Cabinet on Monday. The vice president's resignation as chairman of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council and as presidential adviser on overseas Filipino workers is effective immediately. "Vice President Jejomar C. Binay today tendered his irrevocable resignation from the Cabinet effective immediately," Office of the Vice President Media Affairs head Joey Salgado said in a statement. The Philippine STAR reported that Binay's daughter, Makati Rep. Abigail Binay, handed his letter of resignation to Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa. According to Salgado's statement, the younger Binay was accompanied by Undersecretary Benjamin Martinez Jr. The executive secretary received the letter at around 3:55 p.m. at his office.

ALSO: Palace says Roxas, other Cabinet members won't do a Binay


JUNE 24 ---Aquino cabinet ---In this file photo, President Aquino presides over a special Cabinet meeting, which was also attended by Vice President Jejomar Binay, on Typhoon Yolanda rehabilitation updates at Malacañang in November 2014. The meeting was the first time the two appeared in public together last year after the President told Binay he was free to leave the Cabinet. WILLY PEREZ  Malacañang on Wednesday responded to calls for other Cabinet officials who are planning to run in the 2016 polls to imitate Vice President Jejomar Binay and resign from their posts ahead of the campaign season. Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda said for now, Cabinet officials will remain focused on governance until the political campaign season begins. "While we understand that the the campaign season seemed to have started early for some, the Aquino administration continues to focus on the mandate to serve our countrymen by focusing on people, health, education and infrastructure among others," Lacierda said in a text message. READ MORE...

ALSO: P-Noy phones VP, accepts expected resignation


JUNE 23 ---Vice President Jejomar Binay. Ernie Penaredondo
- President Aquino has accepted Vice President Jejomar Binay’s resignation from the Cabinet, which administration lawmakers said is something they have been expecting.
The office of Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa Jr. received the resignation letter at 3:55 p.m. Makati Rep. Abigail Binay, accompanied by Binay’s chief of staff Benjamin Martinez Jr., hand-carried her father’s resignation letter. “Secretary Ochoa gave the letter to the President, following which the President called up the Vice President to confirm his resignation. Secretary Ochoa will formalize acceptance of the Vice President’s resignation,” Presidential Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr. said in statement yesterday. Binay resigned as chairman of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) and as presidential adviser on overseas Filipino workers’ concerns. Administration lawmakers said they expected Binay’s resignation after his differences with Aquino began to deepen. READ MORE...

ALSO: Binay reelected BSP president unopposed


JUNE 22 ---Vice President Jejomar Binay: Hands-down winner INQUIRER PHOTO His poll ratings may be slumping but Vice President Jejomar Binay won hands down the election for president at the Boy Scouts of the Philippines (BSP). Binay was reelected BSP president because nobody challenged him, said BSP acting secretary general Wendell Avisado in a text message to the Inquirer on Sunday. “[T]here was no one else who expressed a desire to run and be nominated for the position,” said Avisado, a deputy secretary general of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council, a government agency chaired by Binay. The Vice President is the longest-serving BSP president. Binay served as president of the BSP from 1994 to 1996, from 1998 to 2000 and again in 2001 up to the present. Binay’s former vice mayor in Makati City, Ernesto Mercado, said at a Senate hearing in January that Binay “maneuvered” to lift the two-year term limit of the BSP president after he reassumed the post in 2001. Mercado had served as BSP senior vice president. Reacting to Binay’s reelection to the top BSP position, Sen. Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III said: “I hope they (BSP) know what they are doing. For the good of the children.” “What a waste if such hands-off attitude among BSP leaders will continue,” the senator said in a text message. READ MORE...

ALSO: Daughters react to resignation of Binay from Noy Cabinet


JUNE 22 ---Composite photo shows Rep. Abigail Binay and Sen. Nancy Binay, daughters of Vice President Jejomar Binay. The siblings on Monday, June 22, 2015 aired their side on their father's resignation from President Aquino's Cabinet. Philstar.com/RP Ocampo and Facebook.com/ Nancy Binay
Rep. Abigail Binay and Sen. Nancy Binay spoke up on their father Vice President Jejomar Binay’s decision to resign from Cabinet.
In an interview with dzMM on Monday, Rep. Binay said her father’s resignation is irrevocable and voluntary. She said nobody pressured his father to resign. She also disclosed that his father’s resignation is already expected since he is running for the 2016 presidential elections. “It’s just a matter of time dahil tatakbo nga siya sa 2016,” Rep. Binay said. The 72-year-old vice president thinks the resignation is the only way to lessen his work load as he is already tired. “He seems to be very tired. Pagod na po siya. Sa tingin niya, ito lang ang paraan,” Rep. Binay explained. READ MORE...

ALSO New Survey: Binay most approved, trusted top official - Pulse Asia


JUNE 22 ---The Pulse Asia second quarter survey revealed that Vice President Jejomar Binay is the most approved and most trusted top government official. OVP/File
- Vice President Jejomar Binay emerged as the most approved and most trusted top government official in the recent Pulse Asia survey released on Monday.
The approval rating of Binay also jumped from 46 percent in March to 58 percent in June. President Benigno Aquino III's approval rating also recovered from 38 percent in March to 54 percent in June. The president's ratings declined in March following the deaths of police commandos in Mamasapano, Maguindanao. Senate President Frankin Drilon maintained his approval rating of 49 percent, but not enough to keep his place as the most approved and trusted top government official. READ MORE...

ALSO BY A POPULAR PSYCHIC: 2016 Philippine Presidential Election Prediction-- Jejomar Binay, Grace Poe, or Mar Roxas? Or none of them


MAY 21, By Psychic Gurmeet ----Who among these 3 do you predict as the next President of the Philippines? Jejomar Binay, Grace Poe, or Mar Roxas? Or none of them?
Out of the three names that were mentioned to me the highest chances of winning for the presidential elections will be for Mr. Jejomar "Jojo" Binay, Sr. When I see Mr. Jejomar "Jojo" Binay, I sense a great experience with the power of those who are all around him like a combination of wisdom, power and prosperity of the country. According to my prediction, he is supposed to be the next president of Philippines, and a speedy progress of the country is seen. Also, an asset like him are rarely found, and is made to build strong foundations for the future generations also. The rest of the options given to me were too dim in front of his brightness and shine. I saw a great 2016 for him. He will also need to take care of his health in the month of October 2015.

ALSO by Tony Lopez: Marcos Jr. for President; 2016 another dynasty play


JUNE 17 ----For 2016, the most qualified president of the Philippines is another Marcos, Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos Jr., 57.
It’s may be a curse or a blessing, but next year’s election will be another dynasty play. Just like the presidential races in 2010 when Benigno Simeon Cojuangco Aquino III, the only son of President Corazon Cojuangco Aquino and Senator Benigno S. Aquino Jr., won, and in 2004, when Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, the daughter of President Diosdado Macapagal, was elected. Post-1986 dynasties need not be bad. Cory Aquino “restored” democracy. Her son Noynoy Aquino pursued Matuwid na Daan (Straight Path), removed a sitting chief justice, jailed three of the most powerful senators of the land for alleged graft, and placed under hospital arrest his predecessor, for alleged plunder and electoral fraud, both charges still unproven. As president, Mrs. Arroyo tripled per capita income and presided over the longest economic expansion in this country’s history, 38 quarters of consecutive economic growth. For 2016, up to four major political dynasties will contest the presidency—Jejomar Binay, Manuel Araneta “Mar” Roxas, and Bongbong Marcos. The fourth dynasty could be that of former President Joseph Ejercito Estrada, the current Manila mayor. Estrada’s wife, Dr. Loi Ejercito, is a former senator. Two of his sons, Jinggoy Estrada and Joseph Victor (JV) Ejercito, are incumbent senators. READ MORE...


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Binay resigns from Aquino's Cabinet


Vice President Jejomar Binay has earlier expressed his intent for the presidency in 2016. AJ Bolando

MANILA, JUNE 29, 2015 (PHILSTAR) Patricia Lourdes Viray June 22, 2015 - Vice President Jejomar Binay resigned from his post in President Benigno Aquino III's Cabinet on Monday.

The vice president's resignation as chairman of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council and as presidential adviser on overseas Filipino workers is effective immediately.

"Vice President Jejomar C. Binay today tendered his irrevocable resignation from the Cabinet effective immediately," Office of the Vice President Media Affairs head Joey Salgado said in a statement.

The Philippine STAR reported that Binay's daughter, Makati Rep. Abigail Binay, handed his letter of resignation to Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa.

According to Salgado's statement, the younger Binay was accompanied by Undersecretary Benjamin Martinez Jr. The executive secretary received the letter at around 3:55 p.m. at his office.

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Binay turned out as the most approved and most trusted top government official in the recent Pulse Asia survey.

However, the vice president ranks behind Sen. Grace Poe in the list of possible leaders to succeed Aquino next year.

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Binay's letter to Aquino contains only one sentence By Rosette Adel (philstar.com) | Updated June 22, 2015 - 6:27pm 24 766 googleplus0 0

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED 7:13 p.m.) — Vice President Jejomar Binay's letter to resign from Cabinet sent to President Benigno Aquino on Monday was straight to the point, containing only a single sentence.

"I hereby tender my irrevocable resignation as member of the Cabinet effective immediately," it said.

With the official letterhead of the Office of the Vice President, Binay opened the letter dated June 22 with "Dear Mr. President” and signed it with "Respectfully yours, Jejomar C. Binay."

Binay's daughter, Makati City Rep. Abigail Binay, confirmed in a radio interview the contents of the letter she hand carried to Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa.

She reiterated, however, that there is no rift between her father and the president.

“Hindi masama ang loob ni VP Binay kay PNoy. Doon sa dami ng paninira sa'min siya naapektuhan,” Rep. Binay said.


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Palace: Roxas, other Cabinet members won't do a Binay By Louis Bacani (philstar.com) | Updated June 24, 2015 - 12:36pm 3 24 googleplus0 0


Aquino cabinet ---In this file photo, President Aquino presides over a special Cabinet meeting, which was also attended by Vice President Jejomar Binay, on Typhoon Yolanda rehabilitation updates at Malacañang in November 2014. The meeting was the first time the two appeared in public together last year after the President told Binay he was free to leave the Cabinet. WILLY PEREZ

MANILA, Philippines - Malacañang on Wednesday responded to calls for other Cabinet officials who are planning to run in the 2016 polls to imitate Vice President Jejomar Binay and resign from their posts ahead of the campaign season.

Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacierda said for now, Cabinet officials will remain focused on governance until the political campaign season begins.

"While we understand that the the campaign season seemed to have started early for some, the Aquino administration continues to focus on the mandate to serve our countrymen by focusing on people, health, education and infrastructure among others," Lacierda said in a text message.

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In a separate text message, Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr. said no Cabinet member has formally declared the intention to run in next year's elections.

But Coloma advised those with 2016 plans to "conduct themselves in a manner that would not be misconstrued as politicking" by the people.

"Cabinet secretaries and all other government officials are expected to abide by the norms of good governance and ethical conduct. This implies adherence to the election code and other related laws and conducting themselves in such a way that their actions will not be perceived as being tantamount to engaging in partisan political activity," he said.

On Monday, Binay tendered his resignation from the Aquino Cabinet as chair of the Housing Development and Coordinating Council and as presidential adviser on overseas Filipino workers' affairs.

Binay, formerly the frontrunner in pre-election surveys, resigned amid his perceived early campaigning and following his latest criticisms against the administration's supposed politicking.

Binay has claimed that he is the target of a vicious attack because of his plan to run for president next year. He continues to face allegations that he pocketed kickbacks from overpriced projects in Makati.

Following Binay's resignation from the Cabinet, lawmakers called on Interior and Local Government Secretary Manuel Roxas II and other Cabinet officials to announce their 2016 plans and quit the Cabinet.

Reps. Rodel Batocabe of Ako Bicol party-list and Winston Castelo of Quezon City said Cabinet officials seeking to run for various posts in the 2016 elections should resign now to prevent possible abuse of their positions.

"That's the most honorable thing to do. If you’re a presidential appointee and you’re running, you should resign so that you won’t be able to use your position, public funds and resources to advance your political ambition. That’s the clamor of the people," Batocabe said.


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P-Noy accepts expected resignation By Aurea Calica (The Philippine Star) | Updated June 23, 2015 - 12:00am 5 41 googleplus0 0


Vice President Jejomar Binay. Ernie Penaredondo

MANILA, Philippines - President Aquino has accepted Vice President Jejomar Binay’s resignation from the Cabinet, which administration lawmakers said is something they have been expecting.

The office of Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa Jr. received the resignation letter at 3:55 p.m.

Makati Rep. Abigail Binay, accompanied by Binay’s chief of staff Benjamin Martinez Jr., hand-carried her father’s resignation letter.

“Secretary Ochoa gave the letter to the President, following which the President called up the Vice President to confirm his resignation. Secretary Ochoa will formalize acceptance of the Vice President’s resignation,” Presidential Communications Secretary Herminio Coloma Jr. said in statement yesterday.

Binay resigned as chairman of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) and as presidential adviser on overseas Filipino workers’ concerns.

Administration lawmakers said they expected Binay’s resignation after his differences with Aquino began to deepen.

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Iloilo Rep. Jerry Treñas said Binay had declared his intention to run for president years ago and in the 2013 elections, UNA fielded opposition candidates.

“I felt it was only a question of time that he was resigning from the Cabinet to officially and formally assume the position of head of the opposition party and be its official candidate for president,” he said.

Caloocan City Rep. Edgar Erice – a staunch supporter of Interior Secretary Mar Roxas, the presumptive standard bearer of the ruling Liberal Party – was harsh in his criticism of Binay.

“I am sure he has already got what he wanted from the Aquino administration and he is now sure that he will not be endorsed by President Aquino,” Erice said.

He said he expects Binay to use the administration as his punching bag and “hit it to his heart’s content, hoping that that this might divert the corruption issue being lodged at him.”

“A trapo (traditional politician) at heart and mind, VP Binay will now see and say an all-evil description of the government that for five years he had served,” he said.

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV, a staunch critic of Binay, said he has long been waiting for Binay’s resignation.

“Finally! This is a very positive development. Now, there is no more inconsistency in the tuwid na daan (straight path) slogan of the Aquino administration,” he said.

Former senator Panfilo Lacson said he was also expecting Binay’s resignation, saying it was “logical” but “why only now?”

Leaders of the Binay-led United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) were generally tight-lipped on the Vice President’s resignation.

Parañaque City Rep. Gustavo Tambunting, a member of the UNA, said the resignation must have been a painful decision, considering the decades of friendship of the Aquinos and Binays.

“His resignation though should not be seen as an abandonment of his duties or a capitulation to politics. It should be seen as his effort to make a distinction between him and this administration. This will also quell any talk about him using government resources during the upcoming campaign,” he added.

For Sen. Francis Escudero, potential candidates running for higher office should take the cue from Binay’s resignation.

“This signals the so-called gun start of the 2016 elections where appointed officials begin resigning from their appointive posts in order to concentrate on their respective campaigns,” he said.

Last week, Senate President Franklin Drilon announced that at least six members of the Cabinet would resign in October in time for the filling of certificates of candidacy.

Escudero expressed hope that Aquino will immediately appoint Binay’s replacement at the HUDCC as well as other key agencies, which remain headless. – With Paolo Romero, Christina Mendez, Cecille Suerte Felipe

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Aquino calls up Binay, confirms resignation By Louis Bacani (philstar.com) | Updated June 22, 2015 - 7:18pm 0 0 googleplus0 0


Vice President Jejomar Binay converses with President Benigno Aquino III. STAR file photo

MANILA, Philippines - Malacañang confirmed on Monday that Vice President Jejomar Binay submitted his resignation from the Cabinet of President Benigno Aquino III.

Communications Secretary Herminio Jr. confirmed that Makati Rep. Abigail Binay conveyed the vice president's resignation letter to Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa Jr. this afternoon.

"Secretary Ochoa gave the letter to the President, following which the President called up Vice President Binay to confirm his resignation," Coloma said in a note to reporters sent late Monday.

Coloma did not reveal details of Aquino's phone conversation with Binay.

Coloma said Ochoa will formalize the acceptance of Binay's resignation, which is irrevocable resignation and effective immediately.

Binay is the presidential adviser on overseas Filipino workers’ concerns and chairman of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council.

Binay quit his Cabinet post amid his perceived early campaigning for the 2016 post and following his latest remarks against the Aquino administration.

Last week, Binay did not attend a special Cabinet meeting called by Aquino which tackled housing reconstruction efforts in Eastern Visayas.


INQUIRER

Binay reelected BSP president unopposed @inquirerdotnet 03:08 AM June 22nd, 2015


Vice President Jejomar Binay: Hands-down winner INQUIRER PHOTO

His poll ratings may be slumping but Vice President Jejomar Binay won hands down the election for president at the Boy Scouts of the Philippines (BSP).

Binay was reelected BSP president because nobody challenged him, said BSP acting secretary general Wendell Avisado in a text message to the Inquirer on Sunday.

“[T]here was no one else who expressed a desire to run and be nominated for the position,” said Avisado, a deputy secretary general of the Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council, a government agency chaired by Binay.

The Vice President is the longest-serving BSP president. Binay served as president of the BSP from 1994 to 1996, from 1998 to 2000 and again in 2001 up to the present.

Binay’s former vice mayor in Makati City, Ernesto Mercado, said at a Senate hearing in January that Binay “maneuvered” to lift the two-year term limit of the BSP president after he reassumed the post in 2001. Mercado had served as BSP senior vice president.

Reacting to Binay’s reelection to the top BSP position, Sen. Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III said: “I hope they (BSP) know what they are doing. For the good of the children.”

“What a waste if such hands-off attitude among BSP leaders will continue,” the senator said in a text message.

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Pimentel is chair of the Senate blue ribbon subcommittee that continues to investigate corruption allegations against Binay, including reports of kickbacks he got from a land deal between the BSP and Alphaland Corp.

The BSP election took place on Saturday. Board meetings of the organization are held on Saturdays because the members are mostly volunteers, according to Avisado.

Avisado said Binay did not push for his reelection but the board made the decision that he be a candidate “because no one signified interest or intention to run as BSP president.”

“After the election, the Vice President thanked the board,” Avisado said in reply to a query on Binay’s reaction upon learning of his reelection.

Asked whether Binay’s reelection would make the organization a target of criticisms in light of the Senate probe, Avisado said the BSP National Council had explained the issues to the local council delegates during the 59th Annual National Council Meeting on May 20 to 22 in Tagum City, Davao del Norte province.

“No one stood up (during the meeting) to raise issues about the Senate investigation and questioned Vice President Binay’s continued presidency in the BSP,” he said.

Avisado said the National Council was the highest governing body of the BSP and the only body that could change the policy of electing officials of the organization and their terms of office.

After Saturday’s election, Avisado remained BSP acting secretary general but lost his senior vice presidency position to Robert Pagdanganan, a former Bulacan governor.

It was Mercado who said at Senate hearings that Binay had allegedly pocketed close to P200 million in kickbacks from a deal between the BSP and Alphaland Corp. for the development of a 1-hectare prime property in the city.

Binay has denied any involvement in the deal to develop the property on Ayala Avenue extension and Malugay Street, where Alphaland Makati Place, a residential and leisure complex, now stands.

The BSP has not yet gotten hold of its share of the development of the complex, according to Mercado.

Pimentel said the Senate blue ribbon subcommittee would hold one more hearing on the BSP-Alphaland deal upon the request of Sen. Serge Osmeña III, who wanted to ask Alphaland president Robert Ongpin more questions.

Created in 1936 as a public corporation, the BSP is tasked with promoting “the ability of boys to do things for themselves and others, to train them in Scout craft, and to teach them patriotism, courage, self-reliance and kindred virtues.”

Its governing body consists of the National Executive Board composed of one charter member of the BSP elected by members of the National Council, the elected regional chairs of the scouts regions, the education secretary, the national president of the Girl Scouts of the Philippines, one elected senior scout each from Luzon, the Visayas and Mindanao areas; 12 elected regular members and, at least 10 but not more than 15 additional members from the private sector, who shall be elected by the board.

The members of the board then elect from among themselves a president, senior vice president, one vice president each from Luzon, the Visayas and Mindanao areas and other officers as the board may deem necessary.–With Inquirer Research


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Daughters react to Binay's resignation from Cabinet By Rosette Adel (philstar.com) | Updated June 22, 2015 - 7:11pm 7 0 googleplus0 1


Composite photo shows Rep. Abigail Binay and Sen. Nancy Binay, daughters of Vice President Jejomar Binay. The siblings on Monday, June 22, 2015 aired their side on their father's resignation from President Aquino's Cabinet. Philstar.com/RP Ocampo and Facebook.com/ Nancy Binay

MANILA, Philippines – Rep. Abigail Binay and Sen. Nancy Binay spoke up on their father Vice President Jejomar Binay’s decision to resign from Cabinet.

In an interview with dzMM on Monday, Rep. Binay said her father’s resignation is irrevocable and voluntary. She said nobody pressured his father to resign.

She also disclosed that his father’s resignation is already expected since he is running for the 2016 presidential elections.

“It’s just a matter of time dahil tatakbo nga siya sa 2016,” Rep. Binay said.

The 72-year-old vice president thinks the resignation is the only way to lessen his work load as he is already tired.

“He seems to be very tired. Pagod na po siya. Sa tingin niya, ito lang ang paraan,” Rep. Binay explained.

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She also that his father’s resignation letter to President Benigno Aquino III contained a single sentence. She reiterated, however, that there is no rift between her father and the president.

“Hindi masama ang loob ni VP Binay kay PNoy. Doon sa dami ng paninira sa'min siya naapektuhan,” Rep. Binay said.

Sen. Nancy Binay, meanwhile, thanked her father's supporters, citing the recent outcome of the presidential preference survey of Pulse Asia.

“Nagpapasalamat ang aming pamilya sa patuloy na tiwalang ibinibigay ng taong bayan kay Vice President Jejomar C. Binay, which is the highest among the five government officials mentioned sa pinakahuling Pulse Asia survey,” Sen. Binay said.

The senator added that her father gives importance to public trust and will repay it with service.

“Makakaasa po kayo na bibigyang halaga at patuloy na iingatan ng Vice President ang pagtitiwalang ito at susuklian ng tuloy-tuloy na pagsisilbi sa taong bayan,” Binay said.

The Binay daughters advised the public to wait for their father's official statement on his resignation as not official reason has been given.


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Binay most approved, trusted top official - Pulse By Patricia Lourdes Viray (philstar.com) | Updated June 22, 2015 - 2:22pm 11 603 googleplus0 0


The Pulse Asia second quarter survey revealed that Vice President Jejomar Binay is the most approved and most trusted top government official. OVP/File

MANILA, Philippines - Vice President Jejomar Binay emerged as the most approved and most trusted top government official in the recent Pulse Asia survey released on Monday.

The approval rating of Binay also jumped from 46 percent in March to 58 percent in June.

President Benigno Aquino III's approval rating also recovered from 38 percent in March to 54 percent in June. The president's ratings declined in March following the deaths of police commandos in Mamasapano, Maguindanao.

Senate President Frankin Drilon maintained his approval rating of 49 percent, but not enough to keep his place as the most approved and trusted top government official.

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House Speaker Feliciano Belmonte Jr. scored 30 percent while Supreme Court Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno got a rating of 31 percent.

The Supreme Court, meanwhile, got the highest performance rating with 44 percent. The Senate got a rating of 40 percent followed by the House of Representatives with 35 percent.

The nationwide survey was conducted among 1,200 respondents from May 30 to June 5.


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2016 Philippine Presidential Election Prediction: Jejomar Binay, Grace Poe, or Mar Roxas? THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2015 by: Psychic Gurmeet


BINAY, POE, ROXAS

Who among these 3 do you predict as the next President of the Philippines? Jejomar Binay, Grace Poe, or Mar Roxas? Or none of them?

Out of the three names that were mentioned to me the highest chances of winning for the presidential elections will be for Mr. Jejomar "Jojo" Binay, Sr.

When I see Mr. Jejomar "Jojo" Binay, I sense a great experience with the power of those who are all around him like a combination of wisdom, power and prosperity of the country.

According to my prediction, he is supposed to be the next president of Philippines, and a speedy progress of the country is seen.

Also, an asset like him are rarely found, and is made to build strong foundations for the future generations also.

The rest of the options given to me were too dim in front of his brightness and shine. I saw a great 2016 for him. He will also need to take care of his health in the month of October 2015.

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As for now we all expect of many more candidates for filing the nominations and here I see a wild card entry kind of a situation also, there will be a strong man with a reputation of a "Dirty Harry" which as assumed by Fearless Prediction, could be Rodrigo Duterte.

Rodrigo Duterte as I see will have to have a tough competition if he files a nomination, however he could be the president in the distant future for Philippines, he as I see, is the man who will practically remove corruption from the Philippines, and has the potential to create a new era.

Also in my Easter prediction for Philippines, I had mentioned a corruption Free Philippines.

Lots of love and light,

Gurmeetkals

Psychic Gurmeet is a clairvoyant, clairaudient, clairsentient, and clairtangent. You may visit his chatroom to see him in action.


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