The First 100 Days of Noynoy Aquino: Issues and Indicators

I. GOOD GOVERNANCE
II. EDUCATION
III. INDUSTRIALIZATION PROGRAM
IV. HUMAN RIGHTS

by the UP Diliman League of College Councils and UP Diliman University Student Council

I. GOOD GOVERNANCE

A. Corruption

B. Appointments

C. Accountability

D. Transparency in governance as embodied in right to information

II. EDUCATION

A. Budget

B. Student Entitlements

C. Curriculum

III. INDUSTRIALIZATION PROGRAM

A. Science and technology policy

1. Research and development

2. Agriculture

B. Economic policy

1. Microfinance

2. Labor export policy

IV. HUMAN RIGHTS

A. Morong 43 case

B. Maguindanao case

C. Enforced disappearances/Karen and She

D. Killing of journalists

E. Mindanao issues

Author: Franz Jonathan G. de la Fuente (TNP)

Unwell–Matchbox Twenty ought to credit me.

  • jenin_velasquez

    Can you like do profiles of the president-elect’s (as of June 30 10 am) cabinet members? Similar to the ones you did on Herbert, Lagman, BInay etc. Please please please. It’ll help us determine if Aquino is taking steps in the right direction.

  • Thank you very much for your suggestion. We will consider this in our next general assembly.

  • senior editor, special reports

    hi. i stumbled on your site by accident.

    i was also in the usc almost a decade and a half ago. now i’m with a national broadsheet.

    we’re currently doing a special report on the first 100 days of the president. we’ll be putting together views and opinions from various sectors as well as relevant data on the topic.

    because collation, integration, and analysis might take longer than usual, would it be possible if we can have the views of the league of councils and usc ahead of time? over the weekend, if possible?

    please feel free to include any criteria, determinant, events, and/or circumstances, which you think should be used in gauging the president’s performance.

    i’ve provided my email above. if you can email me your number, i’ll be happy to give you a call.

    thanks.