4Ps bill prioritizes farmers, shuns epal politics and weaknesses of P.5 trillion program
January 30, 2019
The Senate-approved bill institutionalizing the state’s conditional cash transfer (CCT) program carries provisions which “shield it from epal politics, prioritize farmers and fishermen, reward work equity, link it to livelihood programs,” Sen. Ralph Recto said. “This is not merely extending the program, but tweaking it so that targets are met, and wasteful spending avoided,” Recto
Senate President Pro-Tempore Ralph G. Recto is a competent, dedicated and diplomatic public servant. His devotion to family and community, unrelenting desire to make a better life for others, consummate passion for his work, and interactive leadership style serve as the firm foundation upon which he built a reputation as a young and committed leader whether as a legislator or a national executive.