Summary of Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth (SALNs) for CY 2011 for House Representatives

The Statements of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth (SALN) is a crucial government document for ensuring transparency and accountability in government. The impeachment trial of Chief Justice Renato Corona raise public awareness on the “SALN’s ability to discourage corruption, and its potential to expose it out where it exists.”

A summary of “House members’ SALNs released by the Office of the Secretary General showed Belmonte with a net worth of P726.2 million, an increase of P443 million from his 2010 net worth of P283.2 million. ”

Interkasyon.com has a SALN watch of other government officials. You can download them at SALN watch site. So far, only 13 of the 284 House members — all, except for Tanada who belongs to the Liberal Party, party-list representatives — have acceded to requests for a copy of their SALNs.

House Members’ SALN CY2011

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