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Cynthia Villar and Her Platforms

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Cynthia Villar, senatorial candidate for 2013 – Team PNoy, Nacionalista Party

Cynthia Villar dubbed as Mrs. Hanapbuhay is a 2013 Philippine general elections candidate for senator of the Nacionalista Party, the oldest political party in the Philippines presided by her husband Senator Manuel Villar. Cynthia Villar is also included in the administration coalition’s senatorial state which is endorsed by President Benigno Aquino III.

She was a congresswoman from Las Pinas in the 15th congress until her son Las Piñas City Representative Mark Villar succeeded her. The late Dr. Filemon Aguilar, who was mayor of Las Piñas and also a congressman from the Lone District at one time, is her father. Vergel Aguilar or Nene Aguilar, the mayor of Las Piñas for the fifth term, is her brother. Cynthia Villar was first elected to Congress in 2001 and served three consecutive terms.

As representative and president of the Association of Lady Legislators in Congress, Cynthia Villar has authored or jointly sponsored the following bills: R.A. No. 9208, Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003, R.A. No. 9262, Anti-Violence Against Women and their Children Act of 2004, An Act Allowing Illegitimate Children to Use the Surname of their Father, Amending for the Purpose Article 176 of the Family Code of the Philippines, R.A. No. 9344, Juvenile Justice and Welfare Act of 2006, R.A. No. 9257, Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2003, and R.A. No. 9710, The Magna Carta of Women.

Villar is a graduate of Business Administration from the University of the Philippines where she received a UP Distinguished Alumna award in 2004. She has a masters degree in Business Administration from New York University.

Platforms/Advocacy of Cynthia Villar

Villar has been campaigning on a platform of providing jobs to the Filipino people especially women.

When she was a member of the House of Representatives, the former lawmaker said she authored and sponsored several legislations to protect the interests of women, children and the Filipino family.

She is also pushing “livelihood projects out of waste” on a national scope if she wins in the Senate race in the May elections.

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3 Responses to Cynthia Villar and Her Platforms

  1. Jose AB Perlas and Philip D. Marco Reply

    April 9, 2013 at 12:10 am

    gud day Madam, kindly according to your platform why you only incline to provide more jobs to women rather than men? To avoid bias, it should be treated equal to provide jobs for both men and women. and also you are pushing livelihood projects out of waste if you win in senate race, madam can you help and continue livelihood projects whether you win or lose? filipinos need extra jobs to sustain their daily living. Another, we request to explain to the public why you hurt millions of Nurses working abroad? and some of Nurses really hurt in what you have said to them, can you bring it back the trust of these millions of registered nurse and registered voters? some of nurses commented that to become a Senator must be serious at all times and should not make a joke that will hurt their feelings. filipino people loves you, and hoping that you can help them and alleviate their poverty situation and they believe you will protect nurses working abroad and to find what comprehensive benefits you can give to them if they retire or come back in the Philippines. God Bless.

  2. Gerry Vargas Reply

    May 3, 2013 at 8:12 pm

    Sa paningin ko walang pwedeng pag hangaan ang plataforma ni Cynthia Villar para iboto siya sa Senado. Ano ang pinagsasabi niyang pra sa kapakanan ng mga babae? Bakit hanggang ngayon ba wala pa rin bang karapatan ang mga babae? At seguro naman sa dinami dameng party lists at NGOs patungkol sa women’s right… hindi na kailangan pa ang isang senador sa gampaning ito! Magapapayaman lang siya at pananatilihin ang kapapakanan ng kanyang familia hindi ng mga kababaihan!

    WAG NA NATIN SIYANG IBOTO!!!

  3. kimberly rose sioco Reply

    May 7, 2013 at 12:44 pm

    wala po akong masamang comment para kay mam Cynthia Villar dahil puro mabuti naman ang kanyang mga ginagawa at gagawin pa. may mga nagpapatunay naman talaga. kaya lang naman po ako sumulat dito ay para malaman ng iba na isa ako sa mga naniniwala sa mga kabutihan nya at katunayan nga ay humihingi ako ngayon sa kanya ng tulong upang makauwi na ang aking ina Ma. Gina Amil na nasa riyadh,saudi arabia.magtatatlong taon na po sya doon at finished contract na sya at hindi rin tama ang pasahod sa kanya dahil malaki pa ang sweldo nya na dapat sana ay ibinigay na sa kanya pero hindi pa ibinigay at kahit bakasyon ay hindi sya pinayagan at ayaw syang pauwiin.lumapit na po kami sa agency nya at sa OWWA pero wala pa pong resulta hanggang ngayon kung paano nila tutulungan ang aking ina na may sakit at payat na dahil sa pagtitiis.sana po ay matulungan nyo kami.maraming salamat po.ito po ang cellphone number ko 09274276233. taga zamboanga city po ako.

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