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Noynoy Aquino 15th President of the Philippines

Updated on February 17, 2013

After the very first electronic election in the Philippines, Noynoy (Benigno Simeon Cojuangco Aquino III) won president while Jejomar Binay won vice-president.


The president and vice-president were inaugurated last June 9, 2010. Meanwhile, oath taking will be on June 30, 2010.


**To view about Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino’s on Wiki be on this link.



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photo credit www.facebook.com/Abrantes.Design

Noynoy is the first...

  • Philippine president who won through electronic election
  • Bachelor Philippine president
  • Philippine president whose dad's a national hero and mom's a former president.
  • Philippine president who chose a hotdog sandwich for a meal instead of dining in a restaurant in New York (during his first foreign visit as a president)


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Noynoy the new president, so what’s next?


Noynoy’s campaign slogan, “Kung walang corrupt, walang mahirap!” (If there’s no corruption, there’s no poverty) centers his aims. He also became remarkable when he assured he won’t steal…Voters were reminded to choose the less-evil…


Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino, just like any other candidates, has prepared promising recovery plans for the Philippines and its people. But I won’t enumerate them anymore here because the results and actions are what matter.


Some controversies and negatives are still thrown on him. Just like his smoking habits, being an enthusiast of shooting and billiards, and many more. I actually admire him for removing his mask, I mean, it’s the real him. There are smokers and non-smokers, leave it like that.


Noynoy takes a break in his hometown, Tarlac before living to Malacañang Palace. What’s next is not only in his hands but majority depends on the people.


photo credit: Dear Noynoy Aquino (facebook page)
photo credit: Dear Noynoy Aquino (facebook page)

Dear Philippines, move on!


There’s a page in Facebook called “Dear Noynoy” that allows people to post suggestions and messages to the next president. It’s a brilliant idea but Filipinos should realize what lies ahead aren’t on Noynoy’s hand alone. We must support him/ each other to keep moving forward…and not backwards. Noynoy will be the captain of the Philippine ship. Never mind the bad controversies, they are big waves that come and go…unless you want a stop-over…or worse get drowned…


I voted for Gibo, but it’s Noynoy…so move on!


**To post messages on "Dear Noynoy" main website, click this link.


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      carolina muscle 6 years ago from Charlotte, North Carolina

      I wish him great success!!!

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      twentyfive 6 years ago

      likewise ;) Thanks CM

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      Papa Sez 6 years ago from The Philippines to Canada

      Hi twentyfive, I linked your hub about Noynoy Aquino to my new hub about change for the new Philippines in time for his oath taking today. You might wanna check it out.

      Cheers!

      Papa Sez

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      caress 6 years ago

      i was too emotional during the inaugural address...i can't help myself building my hopes and dreams again coz i felt that Noynoy will really make a better change for us...God Bless u Mr. President... :)

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      twentyfive 6 years ago

      Papa Sez - Thanks :) Gotta read it

      Caress - the oath taking ceremony was so special. Against all odds, ex-president Arroyo did a good job, hope he'll do better :)

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      lyssa 6 years ago

      cool!

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      lisap 6 years ago

      we want to know noynoy aquino the president of the philippines cell number

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      Lenny Rinen 5 years ago from Auckland, New Zealand

      your hubs are relevant and very useful to me. i just had had an online debate over the aquinos and marcoses from a rich friend. had i seen your hub earlier i could be on top of the discussion. thanks for the information, nice article. cheers

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