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To our impoverished countrymen, starting today, your government will be your champion. We will begin by addressing the glaring shortage in classrooms and educational facilities.
Gradually, we will lessen the lack of infrastructures for transportation, tourism and trade.
This will provide jobs for local communities and will help in the development of their and our economy.
We will not be the cause of your suffering or hardship.
We know what it is like to be denied justice, to be ignored by those in whom we placed our trust and tasked to become our advocates. Many of our countrymen have already voted with their feet - migrating to other countries in search of change or tranquility.
Have you ever been ignored by the very government you helped put in power? Have you had to endure being rudely shoved aside by the siren-blaring escorts of those who love to display their position and power over you? Have you experienced exasperation and anger at a government that instead of serving you, needs to be endured by you? They have endured hardship, risked their lives because they believe that compared to their current state here, there is more hope for them in another country, no matter how bleak it may be.
From now on, mediocre work will not be good enough when it comes to roads, bridges, and buildings because we will hold contractors responsible for maintaining their projects in good condition.
We all know what it is like to have a government that plays deaf and dumb.
We will strengthen collections by the Bureau of Internal Revenue and we will fight corruption in the Bureau of Customs in order to fund our objectives for the public welfare, such as: • Quality education, including vocational education, so that those who choose not to attend college or those who cannot afford it can find dignified livelihood; • Improved public health services such as Phil Health for all within three years; • A home for every family, within safe communities.
We will strengthen the armed forces and the police, not to serve the interests of those who want to wield power with impunity, but to give added protection for ordinary folk.
The destiny of the Filipino will return to its rightful place, and as each year passes, the Filipino’s problems will continue to lessen with the assurance of progress in their lives. This mandate is the social contract that we agreed upon.
It is the promise I made during the campaign, which you accepted on election day.