President Noynoy’s First 100 Days

The Noynoy Cabinet (Complete List)

Title Name
President Noynoy Aquino
Vice President Jojo Binay
Executive Secretary Jojo Ochoa Jr.
Presidential legal counsel Eduardo de Mesa
Presidential Mgt.Staff Julia Abad
National Economic and Development Authority Cayetano Paderanga Jr.
Agrarian Reform Secretary Virgilio de los Reyes
Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala
Budget and Management Secretary Butch Abad
Education Secretary Bro. Armin Luistro
Energy Secretary Jose Rene D. Almendras
Environment and Natural Resources Secretary Horacio Ramos
Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima
Foreign Affairs Secretary Alberto G. Romulo
Health Secretary Enrique Ona
Interior and Local Government Secretary Benigno Aquino III
Justice Secretary Leila de Lima
Labor and Employment Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz
National Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin
Public Works and Highways Secretary Rogelio Singson
Science and Technology Secretary Mario Montejo
Social Welfare and Development Secretary Dinky Soliman
Tourism Secretary Alberto “Bertie” Lim
Trade and Industry Secretary Gregory Domingo
Transportation and Communications Secretary Jose “Ping” de Jesus
Presidential Peace Adviser Teresita Deles
Presidential Spokesman
AFP Chief
PNP Chief
Edwin Lacierda
Maj. Gen. Ric David
Jesus Versoza
The First 100 Days
The new president must take bold steps, right away, to tackle the nation’s myriad of problems.
The Philippines needs a bold plan that ignites our collective imagination, sparks innovation, and creates economic progress. The starting point? A call to action from our new president in the first 100 days of his administration.
1) Launch a Moral Regeneration Campaign.
* To provide an opportunity to diagnose the past and present state of the moral crisis in the country.
* Reflect on strategies and measures to reconstruct the social values of the new democratic Philippines.
* Facilitate the evolution of a dynamic mass movement to help and support the government-civil society initiative in planning an effective program of action for the moral renewal of our society.
* Promote national advocacy for the creation of an ethical, caring and corruption-free society.
* Strengthen the foundations of our hard-won freedom and democracy by building a strong moral society based on a common code of ethics and behavior.
2) Adopt A Genuine Land Reform Program.
* Abolish the notorious stock distribution option (SDO) as an acquisition option.
* Prioritize large landholdings such as the Hacienda Luisita 6,453-estate for land acquisition and distribution.To demonstrate the new president’s sincerity, Hacienda Luisita should be the centrepiece of true land reform.
3) Establish A “Lead Philippines” Program. Its objective will be to encourage “the Best And Brightest Filipinos” here and abroad to work in the new government.
4) Establish a Council on Economic Competitiveness. It will hammer out details of how to implement a long-term national plan that would offer the most productive labor force and the most conducive environment for business.We must accept the fact that competing on cost/low wages or on abundance of natural resources is not a basis for sustainable competitive advantage of the Philippines.
5) Establish a “Justice For All “Commission. It will be an independent commission to be established with the guidance and technical support of key United Nations agencies and other international bodies, comprising of senior judges, competent jurists, reputed academics and representatives from civil society, including human rights organizations, to undertake a comprehensive review.
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