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« on: March 15, 2016, 05:08:18 PM »
Cayetano says Binay is all talk, deceiving the public; challenges VP to open his & his dummies' bank accounts
"Tigilan na po ang panloloko sa tao. Tama na po ang palusot. Just show the people your bank accounts and submit yourself to public scrutiny.”
Vice presidential bet and Senate Majority Leader Alan Peter Cayetano had this to say in response to Vice President Jejomar Binay’s challenge to his fellow candidates to allow the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) to look into their bank records here and abroad.
Cayetano and his running mate, Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte, recently urged their fellow candidates, including Binay, to sign a manifesto that will waive their right to bank secrecy. The duo explained that the initiative is a “simple integrity check to prove who is walking the talk on the issue of corruption.” But so far, they are the only ones who signed the document.
Lawyer Rico Quicho, Binay's campaign spokesperson, said on Monday that there was no need for Binay to sign a bank secrecy waiver as the AMLC already scrutinized his records. He then called on other presidential and vice-presidential bets to also allow the council to examine their bank accounts, including those of their spouses, family members, friends and associates.
Cayetano, however, took a swipe at Quicho's statement, describing it as a "clear gimmick” plotted by the Binay camp to try to get away from calls for the vice president to make public his amassed wealth. He said instead of hiding behind flimsy excuses, Binay should just sign the waiver and let his alleged dummies sign it as well.
“Matagal na po naming hinahamon ang bise presidente na ilabas ang lahat ng kanyang records. But he never showed a concrete effort to open his wealth to the public. If he has no skeletons in his closet, then why does he continue to refuse facing public scrutiny,” Cayetano stressed.
“We don’t need AMLC’s prodding to promote transparency and accountability in this election. Simple lang naman po ito. If the other candidates, VP Binay included, have nothing to hide, they'll have no problem showing the public their bank accounts, domestic man o foreign,” Cayetano added.
Duterte and Cayetano signed the manifesto a few days after they pushed for the lifting of the bank secrecy law for public officials and the passage of an anti-dummy law.
Cayetano said officials like Vice President Jejomar Binay - who currently faces graft and corruption charges involving anomalous Makati projects - could easily dip their hands in the nation’s coffers since the legal system allows them to conceal their ill-gotten wealth through dummy accounts.

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