Political Analyst Lectures Rep. Teddy Baguilat on FDI Restrictions in the PH Constitution

Veteran political analyst and Constitution expert Orion Perez D lectured Rep. Teddy Baguilat Jr. for his statement comparing Vietnam to the Philippines in terms of Foreign Direct Investments. 


According to Rep. Baguilat Jr., our neighboring country Vietnam, which is the fastest growing economy in South East Asia doesn't allow foreign ownership of land and has limits on foreign equity on business and yet, they get much more foreign direct investment than the Philippines. 


Rep. Baguilat who is a well-known Dilawan and supporter of the Aquino administration even wondered why there is a need for economic chacha given the arguments he stated earlier comparing our country to Vietnam. 

Due to the statement released to the media by Baguilat it caught the attentions of veteran political analyst and Federalism advocate Orion Perez who lectured Baguilat and even dubbed the congressman as an ignorant lawmaker. 

Perez explained that foreign ownership of land is not part of any of the Constitutional Reforms proposal by either the House or the Senate. 

When the House and Senate both talk about economic restrictions, they're only referring to business equity or corporate share ownership by foreigners as restricted by the 60/40 provisions and other anti-FDI restrictions in the Constitution. 


Secondly, Vietnam does not have limits on Foreign Equity in the Constittution. The Philippines has restrictions against foreign ownership of business equity in BOTH THE CONSTITUTION and in LEGISLATION. 

Orion Perez even challenged Rep. Teddy Baguilat for a debate to prove his points as he wanted to beat out the crap out of a corrupt obstructionist like him. 

Read the Complete Explanations of Orion Perez D:

Rep. Teddy Brawner Baguilat Jr.:

Tigilan mo na ang panlilinlang at panloloko mo, o kaya yang pagiging IGNORANTE MO.

Firstly, FOREIGN OWNERSHIP OF LAND is NOT part of any of the Constitutional Reform proposals by either the House or the Senate!


When the House and Senate both talk about economic restrictions, they're only referring to business equity or corporate share ownership by foreigners as restricted by the 60/40 provisions and other anti-FDI restrictions IN THE CONSTITUTION! 

Where the f*(k do d1psh!ts like you get your facts????

Ayusin mo muna yang mga allegations tungkol sa pagiging CORRUPT MO bago ka humirit ng mga mali-maling impormasyon! 

Secondly, Vietnam DOES NOT HAVE LIMITS ON FOREIGN EQUITY  IN THE CONSTITUTION!!

The Philippines has restrictions against foreign ownership of business equity in BOTH THE CONSTITUTION and in LEGISLATION.

See what your problem is?!?!?


In Vietnam, as in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and everywhere else, they have restrictions only in LEGISLATION, not in the CONSTITUTION.

Gets mo???

Also, kung ikukumpara mo ang Vietnam versus Philippines, sobrang restrictive ng Philippines compared to Vietnam. Ibig sabihin, mas BARRIOTIC at XENOPHOBIC tayo against foreign investors dahil sa mga (1) Legislated Restrictions at (2) Constitutional Restrictions natin.

Try mong ikumpara ang mga restrictions ng Pilipinas versus restrictions ng Vietnam. 

Makikita mo ito:

Vietnam:


1) WALANG ANTI-FDI RESTRICTIONS SA SALIGANG BATAS (Lamang sila)

2) Konti lang ang anti-FDI restrictions sa Legislation (Lamang sila)

3) Di puedeng magmay-ari ng lupa ang mga foreigners (patas tayo)

Philippines:

1) MAY MGA ANTI-FDI RESTRICTIONS SA SALIGANG BATAS (Talo tayo)

2) Marami ang mga anti-FDI restrictions sa Legislation (Talo tayo)

3) Di puedeng magmay-ari ng lupa ang mga foreigners (patas tayo)

See the comparison, dude?

Hihirit-hirit ka ng Vietnam eh hindi mo naman pala naintindihan kung bakit LAMANG ANG VIETNAM SA ATIN. 


Geez. Dahil sa mga LOW QUALITY LEGISLATORS tulad mo, hindi talaga nakakapagtaka kung bakit napag-iiwanan ang Pilipinas. Panay kasi ang pangongontra ninyo sa kaunlaran!

Eto pa...

Ang panukala ng mga nagsusulong ng reporma sa Senado at sa House ay yung ipawalang bisa o TANGGALIN ang mga anti-FDI restrictions ng Constitution.

Di nila sinabing tatanggalin ang lahat ng mga restrictions sa legislation, at wala silang binanggit about changing rules regarding ownership of land!

Tigilan mo na yang pagiging IGNORANTE at OBSTRUCTIONIST mo, ok?

Di ka na nakakatulong sa mga constituents mo, at lalo  mong pinapamukhang TANGA ang sarili mo kasi mali-mali ang mga hirit mo!

Ano? Gusto mo debate tayo? Bring it on. 

I want to beat the cr@p out of a corrupt obstructionist like you!

Source: Orion Perez D

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