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MEDIUM TERM PHILIPPINE

DEVELOPMENT PLAN
2004-2010



National Economic and Development Authority
January 24, 2005

THE BASIC TASKS
The basic task of our Medium-Term Philippine Development
Plan for 2004-2010 is to fight poverty and build prosperity for the
greatest number of Filipino people. We must open up economic
opportunities, maintain socio-political stability, and promote
good stewardship --- all to ensure a better quality of life for all
our citizens. We will focus on strategic measures and activities
that will spur economic growth and create jobs. This can only be
done with a common purpose to put our economic house back
in working order.

-President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo
Economic Growth
& Job Creation
Energy
Social Justice &
Basic Needs
Education & Youth
Opportunity
Anti-Corruption &
Good Governance
Fight poverty and build prosperity
for the greatest number
Trade & Investment
Agribusiness
Environment &
Natural Resources
Housing Construction
Tourism
Infrastructure
Fiscal Strength
The Financial Sector
Labor
Energy
Independence
Power Sector
Reforms
Responding to Basic
Needs of the Poor
National Harmony:
Automated Elections
National Harmony:
The Peace Process
National Harmony:
Healing the Wounds of EDSA
Basic Needs:
Peace and Order
Rule of Law
Education
Science &
Technology
Anti-Corruption
Bureaucratic
Reforms
Culture
Responsive
Foreign Policy
Constitutional
Reforms
Defense Against
Threats to
National Security
THE BASIC TASKS
(10-Point Agenda)
1. Creation of ten million jobs (including support for 3 million
entrepreneurs and development of 2 million new
agribusiness land)
2. Education for all of school age (including putting a
computer in every high school)
3. Budget Balance
4. Decentralization of development through network of
transport and digital infrastructure
5. Power and water supply throughout the country
6. Decongestion of Metro Manila
7. Development of Clark and Subic as the most competitive
service and logistics center in Southeast Asian region
8. Automated elections
9. Peace to Mindanao and all insurgency areas
10. Just closure of divisive issues from EDSA 1,2 and 3
1/
Emerging forecast is 6.2 % for 2004. The inflation target for 2 005 has also been revised
upwards to 5-6 percent.
2/
Preliminary

2004 2005 2006

2007 2008 2009 2010
GDP Growth (%) 4.9-5.8
1/
5.3-6.3 6.3-7.3 6.5-7.5 6.8-7.8 7.0-8.0 7.0-8.0
Investment-to-GDP
/
20.1 20.3 21.4 22.5 24.1 25.8 27.7
Exports of goods and
services ($Bn)
43.1 47.4 52.3 58.2 65.4 74.3 84.3
NG Deficit/GDP (4.2) (3.6) (2.9) (2.0) (1.1) (0.2) 0.0
CPSD/GDP
2/
6.7 6.0 5.3 4.6 3.9 3.0 1.0
Inflation (%)
1/
4.0-5.0 4.0-5.0 4.0-5.0 3.0-4.0 3.0-4.0 3.0-4.0 3.0-4.0
THE MACROECONOMY
MACROECONOMIC TARGETS
1/
Average of January, April, July 2004 surveys

2/
Fighting target is to reduce poverty incidence by half from 28.41% in 2000 (34% based on population).
Poverty incidence targets are based on population growth forecast of 1.93% in 2005-2010and 2.11 in
2000-2005 from 2.34 % in 2000-2005
2004 2005 2006

2007 2008 2009 2010
Net Job Creation
(in thousand)
1/

1240 1029-1256 1263-1527 1380-1669 1502-1821 1594-1945 1695-2081
Agriculture
203 290-331 298-340 297-342 309-355 321-370 320-371
Industry
234 174-212 249- 291 265-312 299-351 333-391 366-431
Services
803 565-713 717- 896 818-1016 894-1114 941-1184 1009-1279
Unemployment Rate (%)
1/

12.1 11.9 11.6 11.1 10.4 9.7 8.9
Poverty Incidence
(% of Families)
2/
25.69 24.35 22.93 21.61 20.31 19.04 17.88
Subsistence Incidence
14.95 14.10 13.42 12.87 12.31 11.76 11.30
THE MACROECONOMY
MACROECONOMIC TARGETS
MDGs are also likely to be achieved with the successful implementation
of the Plan.
PART 1:
ECONOMIC GROWTH AND JOB
CREATION

Chapter 1: Trade and Investment
Chapter 2: Agribusiness
Chapter 3: Environment and Natural Resources
Chapter 4: Housing Construction
Chapter 5: Tourism
Chapter 6: Infrastructure
I. Transport Infrastructure
II. Digital Infrastructure
III. Clark-Subic
Chapter 7: Fiscal Strength
Chapter 8: The Financial Sector
Chapter 9: Labor



High Skill: software, business processing
outsourcing or BPO, contact centers,
fashion garments, jewelry, medical
services, automotive, electronics, health
care

Medium Skill: agribusiness, mining, tourism,
hotels and restaurants, entertainment

Simple Skill: construction, SMEs, micro-
enterprise

TRADE AND INVESTMENT
JOB GENERATION THRUSTS

1. Make food plentiful at competitive
prices
2. Reduce cost of electricity
3. Modernize infrastructure and logistics
4. Mobilize and disseminate knowledge
5. Reduce red tape
TRADE AND INVESTMENT
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
TRADE AND INVESTMENT
P43.5 At least 0.9 M
0.80 M
4.3 M
Additional
Jobs
Increase from
Base of P214 B
(O.B. Sept. 2003)
P283.0 B*
P43.5 B
Triple
SME
Lending
Micro-finance
Initiatives
SULONG GFI
Contribution
Private Financial
Institutions
Projected
Loan Releases
* Assumes co-opting by GSIS and SSS
Promote trade and investments:
Conclude JPEPA, ASEAN PIP, ASEAN China
Maximize exports and investment opportunities
offered by trade agreements
Pursue a market-driven strategy that will link our
supply capacity closer to the high-impact markets,
e.g. US, Japan, EU, etc.
Simplify export procedures and facilitation
TRADE AND INVESTMENT
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
Focus Incentives Package on priority areas:

1. IT and IT-enabled Services (Section VII)
2. Automotive
3. Electronics
4. Mining (Chapter IV)
5. Healthcare and wellness
6. Tourism (Chapter VI)
7. Shipbuilding
8. Fashion Garments
9. Jewelry
10. Agribusiness

TRADE AND INVESTMENT
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
1. Develop 2 million hectares of new lands for
agribusiness; this will generate 2 million
jobs
Multicropping; cultivation of idle and
marginal lands; expansion of fishery in
offshore and inland waters; expansion
of product mix
2 million lands to be identified by June
2005
AGRIBUSINESS
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
AGRIBUSINESS
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
2. Make food plentiful at competitive prices
and fight for self-sufficiency in rice
Productivity gains through production,
credit support, and S&T application
Logistics support to raise distribution
efficiency and shorten supply chain to
minimize marketing margins
Governance and institutional reforms
with DA, DAT, DENR, and regulatory
agencies


1. Pursue sustainable and more productive utilization of natural
resources
2. Promote responsible mining


ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
3. Protection of vulnerable and ecologically fragile areas

4. Create healthier environment for the population
reforestation of 1 million hectares in 140 priority watersheds
provide drinking water to 200 waterless barangays in Metro
Manila and 200 waterless municipalities outside Metro Manila

5. Mitigate the impact of natural disasters

Expand private sector participation in socialized
housing finance and construction
Phase out interest rate subsidies
Fast-track disposition of NPAs
Develop joint venture schemes with private sector for HDMF,
GSIS, SSS members
Address the housing needs of formal and
informal sectors
Develop and piot-test public rental, 99-year lease,
lease/purchase, and shared ownershuip
Strengthen the institutional capacity of housing
agencies
Elevate HUDCC into a DHUD
Operationalize the Social Housing Finance Corp to raise
funds for housing constuction
HOUSING
MAJOR HOUSING STRATEGIES
MAJOR DESTINATIONS
Cebu/Bohol/Camiguin
Manila-Tagaytay
Palawan: Construct Coron Airport (to International
Standards)

MINOR DESTINATIONS
Vigan/Laoag
Clark-Subic (Infra Chapter)

SPECIAL INTEREST DESTINATIONS
Baguio/Banaue/Cordillera
Boracay

POTENTIAL MAJOR DESTINATIONS
Davao

DESTINATION FOCUS
TOURISM
1. Complete Nautical Highway System to reduce
transport cost
2. Decongest Metro Manila and create new centers of
government in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao
3. Provide access to major tourism destinations
4. Affirmative action for peace and development in
Mindanao and other highly impoverished areas

INFRASTRUCTURE
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
I. TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE
Eastern Nautical Highway
Central Nautical Highway
Western Nautical Highway
INFRASTRUCTURE
I. TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE
Completion of the Nautical Highway System (Roll-on-roll-
off (RORO) ports and the highways connecting them) to
reduce transport cost
FINANCING INFRASTRUCTURE

Review the BOT law to provide a framework
for joint ventures
Implement a users pay policy
Consider property tax/special levy to
capture part of windfall gains accruing to
private owners from a public highway
development

II. DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE
1. Reducing the Cost of Interconnectivity
Permit new entrants to promote competition
Come up with clear policy on internet telephony
2. Regulatory/Legal Framework
Ensure independence of NTC
Work for the passage of Convergence Bill to spur
development of cable technology
3. Human Resource Development
Improve teaching of English, Science, and Math
Accelerate use of internet and e-learning in schools
INFRASTRUCTURE
Fiscal Program, 2004-2010
with Legislative and Administrative Measures
(Ratio to GDP)
1/
Preliminary targets; Public sector debt figures still include intra-sectoral debt
2003
Actual
2004 2005 2006

2007 2008 2009 2010
Revenues 14.6 14.6 16.2 16.6 16.7 17.5 17.8 18.0
Disbursements 19.2 18.8 19.8 19.5 18.7 18.6 18.0 18.0
of which:
Capital Outlay
2.6 2.4 3.2 3.1 3.1 3.3 3.5 4.2
NG Balance -4.6 -4.2 -3.6 -2.9 -2.0 -1.1 -0.2 0.0
CPSD
1/
5.5 6.7 6.0 5.3 4.6 3.9 3.0 1.0
NG Outstanding Debt
(Baeline:w/o NPC debt
absorption)
78.0 79.4 77.3 73.2 68.0 61.8 56.9 51.2
NG Outstanding Debt (w/ P200
billion NPC debt absorption)
78.0 79.4 81.2 76.7 71.2 64.7 59.5 53.5
NG Outstanding Debt (w/ P500
billion NPC debt absorption)
78.0 79.4 87.1 82.0 76.0 69.0 63.4 57.0
Public Sector Debt
1/
137.5 136 123 116 108 101 94 90
FISCAL SECTOR

Fiscal Program, 2004-2010
with Legislative and Administrative Measures
(In billion Pesos)
1/
Preliminary targets; Public sector debt figures still include intra-sectoral debt
2003
Actual
2004 2005 2006

2007 2008 2009 2010
Revenues 626.63 676.41 830.83 941.31 1043.36 1215.15 1373.28 1550.58
Disbursements 826.50 874.23 1015.35 1103.08 1170.36 1294.18 1387.64 1550.58
of which:
Capital Outlay
111.89 111.02 164.81 177.99 194.22 231.08 271.62 360.31
NG Balance -199.87 -197.82 -184.53 -161.77 -127.00 -79.03 -14.36 0.00
CPSD
1/
234.85 - - - - - - -
NG Outstanding Debt
(Baseline: w/o NPC debt
absorption)
3355.11 3689.93 3960.48 4137.42 4257.25 4298.64 4398.89 4403.57
NG Outstanding Debt (w/ P200
billion NPC debt absorption)
3355.11 3689.93 4160.48 4337.42 4457.25 4498.64 4598.89 4603.57
NG Outstanding Debt (w/ P500
billion NPC debt absorption)
3355.11 3689.93 4460.48 4637.42 4757.25 4798.64 4898.89 4903.57
Public Sector Debt
1/
- - - - - - - -
FISCAL SECTOR

- Not available
Generate at least P 80 billion from eight (8) new tax
measures

Indexation of excise tax on cigarettes and alcohol
products
Two-step increase in VAT rate
Excise tax on petroleum
Rationalization of Fiscal Incentives
Franchise tax on telecommunications
General Tax Amnesty
Lateral Attrition System
Gross Income Taxation
FISCAL STRENGTH
LEGISLATIVE TAX MEASURES
1. Periodic adjustment of fees and charges at an average of
10 percent annually to ensure cost recovery

2. Tariff rate adjustment increasing duty on oil from 3% to 5%
3. Innovative Sources of Wealth Creation
4. Mechanisms to encourage voluntary compliance and
strengthen tax enforcement at BIR

5. Reduce smuggling and speed up custom procedure
processing at BOC

FISCAL STRENGTH
ADMINISTRATIVE REVENUE MEASURES
Fiscal Responsibility Bill
Omnibus Reengineering Bill
Rationalization of Government Retirement and
Pension Scheme
Rationalization of Government Compensation
Scheme
Removal of Automatic Guarantee Provision in
certain GOCCs

FISCAL STRENGTH
LEGISLATIVE EXPENDITURE MEASURES
1. Austerity Program
2. Rationalization of scope and functions of government
agencies
3. Operationalization of the Medium Term Public Investment
Program
4. Strengthen the ICC process
5. Improvement of management of GOCCs
6. Full implementation of devolution provision of LGC
7. Allocate and spend on right things, i.e., Plan priorities
8. Transfer to the General Fund all balances of dormant
accounts


FISCAL STRENGTH
ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE MEASURES
FINANCIAL SECTOR
GOALS, STRATEGIES, AND ACTION PLANS
1. Manage inflation through inflation targeting and supply side
measures
2. Accelerate reduction of NPLs
3. Prevent and minimize systemic risks by strengthening regulatory
framework and creating an environment of transparency and
accountability in line with international standards
4. Improve liquidity by
5. Protect investor and creditor rights
6. Tap savings through new products (e.g., PERA Bill)
7. Remove double taxation of insurance products
8. Rationalize government pension and retirement schemes and
designate pension fund regulator
9. Increase SME access to financing

TARGET: Increase savings rate to 30 percent by 2010

Employment Generation

Employment Preservation
Enhance worker-employer relationship
Quick action on labor cases and quick response teams to assist workers.
LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS

Employment Enhancement
Improve workers competency, productivity and work values, work
conditions, remuneration, protection and welfare (here or abroad)

Employment Facilitation
Facilitate access of Filipino workers to employment opportunities in the local
and overseas labor market
Government shall promote full, decent and productive
employment for every Filipino worker.



PART TWO

ENERGY

Chapter 10: Energy Independence
Chapter 11: Power Sector Reforms




ENERGY INDEPENDENCE
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
1. Energy Independence
Increase Oil & Gas Exploration
Strengthen PNOC
Renewable Energy Development
Expand use of Nat Gas and
accelerate development of
alternative fuels such as coconut
bio-diesel and ethanol
Forge strong strategic alliances to
secure the supply of oil
ENERGY INDEPENDENCE
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
2. Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Display fuel economy ratings in
car showrooms
10 percent reduction in
consumption by government
offices
Energy labeling for
appliances/equipment
Set heat rate standards for power
plants
POWER SECTOR REFORMS
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
1. Address NPC Losses
Privatization of Transco, NPC
Debt absorption by NG of P 200 bn
Tariff adjustments to reflect the true cost
of power
2. Strive to Reduce Electricity Rates
Establish WESM for bulk electricity and
open access for retail pruchase
Strengthen electric cooperatives
Negotiate with IPPs to reduce stranded
costs
Promote time of use electricity pricing
Remove intragrid, integrid, and interclass
cross subsidy by 2005
POWER SECTOR REFORMS
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
1. Encourage Private Sector Participation
WEM and retail competition with open access
Privatization of NPC-SPUG areas
Allow Qualified Third Parties, instead of
distribution utilities to provide missionary
electrification
Allow investment management contracts for
ECs
2. Ensure Sufficient and Reliable Power and System
Efficiency Improvement
Prioritize Transco projects which address
transmission line constraints
3. Total Barangay Electrification by 2008
PART THREE

SOCIAL JUSTICE AND BASIC
NEEDS
Chapter 12: Basic Needs: Anti-Poverty Program
Chapter 13: National Harmony: Automated Elections
Chapter 14: National Harmony: The Peace Process
Chapter 15: National Harmony: Healing The Wounds of EDSA
Chapter 16: Basic Need: Peace and Order
Chapter 17: Basic Need: Rule of Law


RESPONSDING TO BASIC NEEDS
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
1. Livelihood
Support 3 million entrepreneurs and triple loans for self-
employed and microenterprises and hard to reach
areas
2. Asset reform: agrarian, urban land, ancestral areas
Complete land reform by 2008
3. Essential services: clean water, power, education, health
care/insurance, and protection of the vulnerable
Potable water for the entire country, electrification of all
barangays, and closure of classroom gap by 2010
Reduction of price of medicine by half from 2004 levels
87 percent health insurance coverage by 2007
Responsible parenthood counseling
4. Empowerment of the poor
BY 2008, KALAHI CIDSS to have assisted 10 million poor
Filipinos
NATIONAL HARMONY: AUTOMATED ELECTIONS
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS









Automate elections
Strengthen the party system and consider state
financing of political parties
Intensify voter education in coordination with
civil society groups

1. Peacemaking and Peacekeeping
Continuation of peace talks and conclusion of peace
agreements (MILF,CPP-NPA-NDF, RPA, RPMM)
Complementary measures to minimize violence
arising from armed conflicts
Full implementation of existing final peace
agreements
Implementation of enhanced reintegration,
rehabilitation and amnesty program
NATIONAL HARMONY: THE PEACE PROCESS
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
2. Peacebuiding and Conflict Prevention
Rehabilitation and development of conflict areas
Catch-up development program for ARMM
Conduct of healing and reconciliation programs in
conflict-affected areas

NATIONAL HARMONY: HEALING THE WOUNDS OF EDSA
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
Accelerate compensation to victims of human rights violations
Consult people nationwide regarding their views on how to
pursue national reconciliation and national unity
Provide safe venues for victims and perpetrators of oppression
for sharing of experiences and addressing needs




Pursue reforms in military as provided in the Davide and
Feliciano Commissions
Design and implement creative approaches for handling
conflicts involving leading figures deposed on Feb 1986 and
Jan 2001
Formulate legislation on national security


Strategy 1: Effective credible law enforcement jointly
executed by a trilateral partnership
between the local executive, the police
and the community
BASIC NEEDS: PEACE AND ORDER
Strategy 2: Pursue professionalization of the PNP
Strategy 3: Continuous and intensified operations to neutralize
terrorism and other organized crime groups


1. COURTS AND ADJUDICATION PILLAR
2. LAW ENFORCEMENT (See Chapter: Peace and Order)
3. PROSECUTION PILLAR
4. CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION PILLAR
5. COMMUNITY PILLAR

BASIC NEEDS: RULE OF LAW
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
PART FOUR

EDUCATION AND YOUTH
OPPORTUNITY

Chapter 18: Education
Chapter 19: Science and Technology
Chapter 20: Culture

EDUCATION
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
A. EARLY CHILDHOOD and BASIC EDUCATION
Pre-school as a prerequisite to Grade 1
Close the classroom gap
Install distance learning in conflict areas
Upgrade Math, Science, English learning and
teaching
Institutionalize values formation
Optional high school bridge program
Strengthen Madrasah education
EDUCATION
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
B. TECHINICAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND
TRAINING (TVET)
Ladderized interface between TVI and
higher education
Scholarship and assistance programs
Improving TVET curricula and skill
matching
Tapping private sector, LGUs. NGOs in TVET
education
EDUCATION
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
C. HIGHER EDUCATION
Provide scholarships/financial assistance to
disadvantaged sectors
Distance learning
Introduce the pre-baccalaureate program as
a remedial scheme
Develop centers of excellence which will have
links with industry
Curriculum upgrading/faculty development
Rationalize creation and funding of SUCs
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

1. Promote innovation through lower processing fees
for inventions, patent protection, and more
attractive royalty sharing
2. Improve competitiveness of S&T workers by
setting and implementing accreditation and
certification system and the Balik Scientist
Program
3. Accelerate knowledge creation and transfer
though community e-centers and
extension/training
4. Promote technology-based entrepreneurship
1. Mainstreaming Culture and Development in plans,
policies, programs and projects
2. Institutionalize culture in education and in good
governance
3. Continue implementation of programs for the promotion
of culture and artistic development
4. Promote sustainable heritage conservation approach e
5. Create special cultural programs in line with national
peace and unification initiatives
6. Encourage the generation of jobs or livelihood from
cultural industries
7. Expand cultural exchanges and agreements with other
countries

CULTURE AND DEVELOPMENT
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
PART FIVE

ANTI-CORRUPTION AND
GOOD GOVERNANCE


Chapter 21: Anti-Corruption
Chapter 22: Bureaucratic Reforms
Chapter 23: Defense Reforms
Chapter 24: Responsive Foreign Policy
Chapter 25: Constitutional Reform
ANTI-CORRUPTION
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
PUNITIVE ANTI-CORRUPTION
Targeted Lifestyle checks
Make BIR and BOC as showcases
Strengthen investigative capacity of
Ombudsman
Pass law to make Ombudsman like HK-ICAC





PREVENTIVE ANTI-CORRUPTION
Strengthen procurement reforms
Strengthen National Government Accounting System
(NGAS)
Simplify and speed up frontline services
Identify and Address Corruption Vulnerabilities
Open up government projects to scrutiny by all sectors
Enact Whistle-blower Law



ANTI-CORRUPTION
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS





PROMOTE ZERO TOLERNACE FOR CORRUPTION
Conduct Values Seminars in government and school
(Council on Values Formation)
Mobilization of the formal and non-formal educational
system, the media and civic organization to deliver the
message of societal reforms
Revise the basic education curriculum to accommodate
values formation



ANTI-CORRUPTION
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
Government reengineering and salary
upgrading for those who will remain
Promote professionalism, meritocracy, and
integrity
Use ICT as a toll to improve access to and
delivery of government service
Rationalization of government agencies (e.g,
ATO, PPA, MMDA, DOTC, NTC, NIA, NWRB,
LLDA, ERC, TEZA, CDA, HUDCC, SHFC, LWUA)

BUREAUCRATIC REFORM
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
Strategy 1: Implement the Philippine Defense Reform
(PDR) program through:
Strategy 2: Upgrade the capability of the AFP over a 6-
year period
Strategy 3: Ensure observance of the ceasefire
Strategy 4: Enhancing the ability to fight terrorism




DEFENSE AGAINST THREATS TO NATIONAL
SECURITY REFORMS
RESPONSIVE FOREIGN POLICY

The United States, China and Japan are the determining influence of
East Asia.
Philippine foreign policy decisions have to be made in the context of
ASEAN.
The international Islamic community will become more important to
the Philippines
The role of multilateral and inter-regional organizations in promoting
common interests.
The defense of the nations sovereignty and the protection of its rights
over maritime territory.
The countrys economic growth will continue to require direct foreign
investment and trade promotion.
The Philippines can benefit most quickly from international tourism.
Overseas Filipinos will continue to play a critical role in the countrys
economic and social stability
STRATEGY: Protecting the interest of the Philippines by
responding to the eight realities in the global and regional
environment

Shift to unicameral parliamentary form of
government
Change from centralized unitary system to
decentralized federal system
Structural and functional reforms affecting the
electoral and political party systems
Defining political dynasty and make
prohibition self-executory
Reforms on national economy and patrimony
to bring in investments

CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM
GOALS, STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS
Thank You.