OVP: Robredo’s SALN remains available to public

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Vice President Leni Robredo’s net worth for 2019 has gone up to ₱3.5 million, according to her latest filing of statement of assets, liabilities, and net worth (SALN).

This amount is ₱1.2 million higher than her 2018 net worth of P2.3 million. Robredo’s latest SALN also showed that this is the second time that her net worth increased since she was elected vice president in 2016.

Under her assets, Robredo’s cash increased to ₱8.5 million from ₱7.3 million in 2018.

The value of her other personal properties remained unchanged. Robredo’s furniture and appliances are still at ₱1.5 million; jewelry, ₱100,000; prepaid insurance, ₱655,000; Toyota Innova, ₱1.12 million; and Toyota Grandia, ₱1.75 million.

Meanwhile, the vice president’s eight real properties in Naga City, Camarines Sur have a total value of ₱1.735 million.

On the other hand, her liabilities stayed at ₱11.9 million in 2019.

Robredo’s SALN also showed that she has “shares of stock” at Meralco amounting to ₱95,000.

The Office of the Vice President announced that the vice president’s SALN will remain accessible to the public for transparency despite the restrictions imposed by the Office of the Ombudsman.

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