Bong Go is the second poorest senator with net value of P15 M

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President Rodrigo Duterte has confirmed that his special assistant is a billionaire in the defense of his more respected assistant, Senator Christopher “Bong” Go, against charges of involvement in a navy weapons deal in early 2018.

The overview published by the Senate on the Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Value (SALN) showed Go to be the second “common” of the 24 senators and the lowest among the four-chamber members.

P15.562.410, liabilities (P28.070.780.82, actives: P12.562.410, liabilities), the records of the Senate indicate.

Even Sen. Leila de Lima, which is net worth P7,706,392,45 is poorer than he was detained.

Three other senators had a net worth greater than Go for the first time.  The net worth of Senator Francis Tolentino is P62,482,000. Net P29,970,467 has been announced by Senator Imee Marcos.  Ronald Dela Rosa, former Chief of Police, is close Marcos with a net value of P28,258,908.

In the elections of May 2019 Senator Cynthia Villar, the leading notcher remained the richest in the batch with gross P3.534,412,797.   The second millionaire of the Senate— Manny Pacquiao boxing chambers with P3,005,808,000 is coming to an end.

The Senators ran from’ richest’ to’ poorest’ in the 18th Congress.

 

  1. Sen. Cynthia Villar — P3,534, 412, 797

 

  1. Sen. Manny Pacquiao — P 3,005, 808,000

 

  1. Sen. Ralph Recto — P555,324,479.82

 

  1. Sen. Juan Miguel Zubiri — P182,851,570.34

 

  1. Sen. Ramon Bong Revilla — P164,203,379.38

 

  1. Sen. Sonny Angara — P139,026,597.00

 

  1. Sen. Franklin Drilon — P 97,726,758

 

  1. Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian — P96,210,607.14

 

9. Sen. Grace Poe — P95,693,450.37

  1. Sen. Pilar Juliana Cayetano — P82,308,227.36

 

 

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SALN DECLARATION

Bong Go second ‘poorest’ senator with P15M net worth

Published October 16, 2019, 1:06 am

Updated October 16, 2019 9:48am

In defending his most trusted aide, Senator Christopher “Bong” Go, against allegations of interference in a Navy weapons deal in early 2018, President Rodrigo Duterte pointed out that his special assistant is a billionaire.

The summary of Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net worth (SALN) released by the Senate Tuesday night, however, revealed Go to be the second “poorest” of the 24 senators and the poorest of the four first-timers in the chamber.

Go has a total net worth of P15,508,370.82 (P28,070,780.82, assets; P12,562,410, liabilities), the Senate records show.

He emerged richer only than detained Sen. Leila de Lima, who has P7,706,392.45 net worth.

Three other first-time senators had bigger net worth than Go.  Senator Francis Tolentino has a net worth of P62,482,000. Senator Imee Marcos declared a net worth of P29,970,467.  Former police chief Ronald dela Rosa comes close to Marcos with P28,258,908 net worth.

Senator Cynthia Villar, the top notcher in the May 2019 elections, remained the richest in the batch with a net worth of P3,534, 412, 797.   Coming in close is the second billionaire in the Senate —boxing champ Manny Pacquiao with P3,005,808,000.

The senators of the 18th Congress ranked from “richest” to “poorest.”

 

  1. Sen. Cynthia Villar — P3,534, 412, 797

 

  1. Sen. Manny Pacquiao — P 3,005, 808,000

 

  1. Sen. Ralph Recto — P555,324,479.82

 

  1. Sen. Juan Miguel Zubiri — P182,851,570.34

 

  1. Sen. Ramon Bong Revilla — P164,203,379.38

 

  1. Sen. Sonny Angara — P139,026,597.00

 

  1. Sen. Franklin Drilon — P 97,726,758

 

  1. Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian — P96,210,607.14
    1. Sen. Grace Poe — P95,693,450.37

     

    1. Sen. Pilar Juliana Cayetano — P82,308,227.36

     

    11.Sen.Richard Gordon  — P71,285,178.56

     

    12.Sen. Vicente Sotto III  — P70,120,700.30

     

    1. Sen. Manuel Lapid — P69,910,000

     

    14.Sen. Francis Tolentino — P62,482,000

     

    1. Sen. Nancy Binay — P59,911,019

     

    1. Sen. Panfilo Lacson — P42,442,341

     

    1. Sen. Imee Marcos — P29,970,467

     

    1. Sen. Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel — P29,934,635

     

    1. Sen. Ronald Dela Rosa — P28,258,908

     

    1. Sen.Joel Villanueva — P26,921,555

     

    1. Sen. Francis Pangilinan — P16,695,048.17

     

    1. Sen.Risa Hontiveros — P15,627,176.04

     

    1. Sen. Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go — P15,508,370.82

     

    1. Sen. Leila de Lima — P7,706,392.45

    Whether June 2018 or December 2018 was the SALN statement of the senators.

    SALN is an asset (i.e. property, cars, etc.) and liabilities (i.e. mortgages, debts, etc.) declaration, including corporate and financial interest, an official/employee’s spouse and unmarried children under the age of 18, who still live in their parent families.

    A waiver authorizes the Ombudsman or his authorized representatives to obtain documents that may contain assets, liabilities, net worth, business interests, and financial c The presentation of the SALN is required in compliance with Article XI Section 17 of the constitution of 1987, and section 8 of Republic Act No 6713, the ‘ Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees. ‘

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