SALNs re­veal Vil­lar still rich­est se­na­tor, Tril­lanes is poor­est

Manila Bulletin - - Front Page - By VANNE ELAINE P. TERRAZOLA

Se­na­tor Cyn­thia Vil­lar re­mains the rich­est among her col­leagues in the Se­nate, ac­cord­ing to the se­na­tors’ 2017 State­ment of As­sets, Li­a­bil­i­ties and Net worth (SALN) re­leased Thurs­day.

Vil­lar de­clared a net worth of 13.611 bil­lion in 2017 with no li­a­bil­i­ties, in­creas­ing slightly from 13.606B in 2016.

Vil­lar is fol­lowed by box­ing champ Sen. Manny Pac­quiao with a net worth of 12.946 bil­lion, declar­ing 13.076 bil­lion in as­sets and 1129.778 in li­a­bil­i­ties.

Pac­quiao’snet worth, how­ever, de­clined from 13.072 bil­lion in 2016.

Third rich­est is Sen. Ralph Recto with a de­clared a net worth of 1538.889 mil­lion and 188.807 mil­lion in li­a­bil­i­ties. Sen. Juan Miguel

Zu­biri is fourth rich­est with a de­clared net worth of 1152.094 mil­lion. Sen. Juan Edgardo "Sonny" An­gara is No. 5 with a net worth of 1131.766 mil­lion.

Com­plet­ing the list of the 10 rich­est se­na­tors are: Se­nate Mi­nor­ity Floor Leader Franklin Drilon (6th) with a net worth of 193.727 mil­lion. He ranked eighth last year with a net worth of 182.482 mil­lion in 2016; Sen. Grace Poe (7th) with a net worth of 190.675 mil­lion; Sen. Sherwin Gatchalian (8th) with a net worth of 188.226 mil­lion; Sen. Joseph Vic­tor Ejercito (9th) with a net worth of 178.953 mil­lion; and Sen. Richard Gor­don (10th) with a net worth of 169.509 mil­lion.

Sen. Vi­cente Sotto III de­clared a net worth of 164.730 mil­lion; Sen. Nancy Bi­nay, 160.613 mil­lion; Sen. Loren Le­garda, 151.317 mil­lion; Sen. Bam Aquino, 139.193 mil­lion; Sen. Pan­filo-Lac­son, 136.305 mil­lion; Sen. Gre­go­rio Honasan, 125.244 mil­lion; and Sen. Joel Vil­lanueva, 123.728 mil­lion.

'Poor­est' se­na­tors

Se­nate Pres­i­dent Aquilino Pi­mentel III joins the rank of "poor­est" mem­bers of the Se­nate (18th) with a net worth of 118.110 mil­lion with no li­a­bil­i­ties; Sen. Risa Hon­tivero­sis next with 116.197 mil­lion; Sen. Francis Pangili­nan with 113.472 mil­lion; and Sen. Francis Es­cud­ero with 18.502 mil­lion.

De­tained Sen. Leila de Lima de­clared a net worth of 17.995 mil­lion with li­a­bil­i­ties worth 12.295 mil­lion.

Op­po­si­tion Sen. An­to­nio Tril­lanes IV is the "poor­est" among his col­leagues with a net worth of 16.871 mil­lion with li­a­bil­i­ties worth 19.538 mil­lion.

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