1. Economic effect of 2013 election
2. The Philippine balance of payment 2012
3. Income distribution in the Philippines
Economic effect of 2013 election:
All of the reading this week deals with emotion and their influence on our perception and judgments. As filing their candidacy started October 5 of last year, which focused our politicians to compete in may 2013 midterm elections. This grabs for 12 senatorial seats, as well as position in the lower house of congress and in provincial, city and local government. Out of politician debris, this are two major groupings have formed so called: UNA (the united nation alliance) and LP (liberal party), this does not form on their platform, or coalesce around even the semblance of a politics idea. As we have all known, when talking about politics, what pop out in our mind is family dynasty that Filipinos disagree it but can no longer stop it. When this candidates starts to campaign, they usually offer a lot of job, scholarship program, free medication, and would even make laws for our so called RH bill. Thus, this 2013 election did even help our economy. Specifically for the examples that was given, and even a great help to our students those who are in need or has financial problem. So good thing that our candidates, in this election have thought of giving education and job an importance of each person’s daily living. As I’m proud to say that vote wisely as this candidates had helped jobless people to have their source of income. Because now a days most of Filipinos are hysterical and hopeless in searching for job it’s because of qualification needs to be meet, and we know with this program they offer it would lessen jobless people. On the other hand, we also have heard about gun band when candidacy started. This lessens crime, as per headlines that we’ve been reading crime rates goes down by 60% from 89%. This 2013 election had greatly helped our economy thus, in our society as...
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