PCIJPhilippine Center for Investigative Journalism (Philippines)
PCIJPermanent Court of International Justice
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Titled 'Association Matrix Between Bikoy and Ellen Tordesillas,' the diagram depicted the flow of anti-Duterte information from 'Bikoy' to Rappler, Vera Files and the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ).
The PCIJ reported that Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte has a net worth of P44.8 million based on 2017 SALN, up from P13.8 million in 2007.
Rappler, Vera Files and PCIJ have been publishing reports critical of the Duterte administration.
PCIJ said 12 senatorial candidates under the Hugpong ng Pagbabago-Partido Demokratikong Pilipino (HNP-PDP-LABAN) banner incurred a combined ad spending of P1.32 billion in the last 13 months.
He noted that the investigative report of the PCIJ was timed forthe election campaign in an effort to destroy him and his family.
In the same complaint, it was noted that even before the Marawi siege, the PCIJ report disclosed that Tacurong Fitmart Inc has become the top contractor of the DSWD in region 12 after securing P120, 839, 227.58 worth of relief items for disasters from 2015 to 2017.
RELATED:'Pera-pera lang': Duterte hits PCIJ for report on family wealth |PCIJ twits Panelo on 'selective recall' on requests for comment The report said Duterte's net worth rose by 195 percent from P9.69 million in 2007 to P28.54 million in 2017.
Citing data from the statement of assets, liabilities and net worth (SALN) filed by Duterte, the PCIJ said the President's net worth rose by 195 percent from P9.69 million in 2007 to P28.54 million in 2017.
CLTG Builders, according to the PCIJ report, won a total of P1.85 billion worth of projects from the government in a span of 10 years from 2007-2017, and bagged another P2.7 billion for a joint venture with four other contractors, including Alfrego Builders in 2017 alone.
'The Manila Times' 'association matrix' and story about a supposed 'oust-Duterte plot' that include journalists connected with the PCIJ are wrong on many points,' PCIJ said in a statement.
Article 36(5) enables the continuation of declarations made under the earlier Article 36 of the PCIJ Statute that are still in force for the ICJ's compulsory jurisdiction.
(Batanes figures went missing in Comelec ERSD 2019 elections file given to PCIJ.