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Presidential aspirant former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. is willing to release his Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth (SALN) in public if he wins in the May 2022 poll.
"Sa issue ng pagbigay ng SALN, ako para sa akin, hindi problema un. Hindi lang ako nagsusulat ng SALN for the last 6 years pero kung ako ay maging mapalad sa darating na halalan, natural ay kailangan gagawa ng SALN at ito ay ibibigay ko sa publiko kung hihingin sa akin," Marcos said when asked about the matter during the SMNI debates, Tuesday evening.
Marcos’ statement is in contrast to his January 2022 remark that he will not publicize his SALN as it might be used for political attacks.
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Moreover, the other three presidentiables who are present in the debate, former presidential spokesperson Ernie Abella, labor leader Leody De Guzman, and former defense chief Norberto Gonzales.
Under Article XI, Section 17 of the Constitution, all public officers and employees are required to submit a declaration under oath of their assets, liabilities and net worth.