Good governance seen as Aquino legacy

ADDRESSING corruption and instituting good governance reforms were seen as the Aquino administration’s most crucial achievements during the past five years that could provide a “firmer foundation” for the next Cabinet, the local and foreign business community said last Friday.

However, President Aquino, who is delivering his last State of the Nation Address (Sona) today, was deemed to have fallen short in delivering results in key areas, the biggest letdown of which was the failure to ease the restrictions on foreign investors under the Constitution as well as in gaining a more significant headway in the public-private partnership program (PPP), touted as the centerpiece of the administration’s infrastructure program.

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