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Margarita P. Juico

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Background

Employment History

  • Chairman
    Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office
  • Chairman
    PCSO
  • Chairman
    PSCo Ltd

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office
  • Board Member
    PCSO

Education

  • De La Salle University-College of St. Benilde
  • Masters Degree , Business Administration
    De La Salle Graduate School
192 Total References
Web References
This is according to PCSO General ...
www.negroschronicle.com, 10 Dec 2014 [cached]
This is according to PCSO General Manager Jose Ferdinand M. Rojas II, referring to the sudden resignation last Friday of Margarita P. Juico from her position as chairman of PCSO.
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The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) assures the public of its continuing service after the resignation of its chairman, Margarita Juico on Thursday.
A close family friend of the ...
www.newsflash.org, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
A close family friend of the President and an ever-loyal Aquino loyalist, PCSO Chairperson Margarita P. Juico, handed her irrevocable letter of resignation yesterday to Executive Secretary Paquito "Jojo" Ochoa Jr. in Malacañang.
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Ochoa suggested that her resignation be effective at the end of the month, but Juico would not budge.
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The Secretary had obviously complained to the President that Juico was withholding the documents on Bingo Milyonaryo and other games from him.READ MORE....
ALSO: Palace call was cue for Juico to resign -Source
May 11 -When resigned Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) chairman Margarita P. Juico received a sudden call from Malacañang at about 4 p.m. Thursday, she sensed right away that it was time to go. Without dilly-dallying, Juico started writing her resignation letter in her own handwriting. "This is to tender my resignation as chairman of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office. Thank you for the honor of serving your administration," read Juico's handwritten resignation letter. "The chairman knew then that it was coming; that she would be told about the President's plans to replace her at the PCSO," the source, who declined to be named for lack of authority to speak on behalf of Juico, said.
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Knowing what the call meant, Juico immediately proceeded to Ochoa's office in Malacañang to hand over her resignation letter.
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"What I am going to leave behind is P16 billion," Juico said, adding that the previous PCSO leadership only left behind P3 billion in cash as well as P7 billion in debts. She said that after May 13, many defeated candidates in the 2013 elections would be placed in positions anywhere.READ FULL REPORT...
ALSO: 'Juico turned down Roxas' request for documents'
President Aquino had warned resigned Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) chairman Margarita Juico of the consequences of failing to comply with a request of Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas II for documents and other information on the new game Bingo Mil-yonaryo, according to a memorandum, copy of which The STAR had obtained.
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In the memorandum dated June 11, 2013, Aquino told Juico that the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) had formally requested for the documents, but that the PCSO had declined to release them.
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Aquino directed Juico to provide any and all relevant documents and information that the DILG had requested.
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ALSO: Juico quits PCSO; no action yet from Noy
Citing her age and a need to rest, Margarita Juico tendered her resignation yesterday as chairman of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO).
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Juico said she would remain in her post until her resignation is accepted, although she preferred that it would take effect today. Cavite Rep. Erineo "Ayong" Malicsi will reportedly replace Juico. "They don't have to drag me out of my office. I don't want to get in his way. Let him have it," Juico, 65, told The STAR in a phone interview last night. "I have reached retirement age. I have served over two decades. Pahinga na muna (Rest first). Juico said Executive Secretary Paquito Ochoa asked her if she could stay in her post until the end of the month, but she told him she would announce her resignation to PCSO personnel yesterday.
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"I am not leaving my post until I get the acceptance of the President because it would be abandonment of my duties," Juico said.
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President Benigno Aquino III has accepted the resignation of Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office chairwoman Margarita Juico, Malacañang said on Friday.
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In a statement shown on television reports, Presidential Communication Operations Office head Herminio Coloma Jr. said thr President thanked Juico for her "dedicated service to the government and the Filipino people.
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According to an earlier report by the STAR, Juico, 65, tendered her resignation on Thursday citing her age and a need to rest. READ MORE...
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A close family friend of the President and an ever-loyal Aquino loyalist, PCSO Chairperson Margarita P. Juico, handed her irrevocable letter of resignation yesterday to Executive Secretary Paquito "Jojo" Ochoa Jr. in Malacañang.
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Ochoa suggested that her resignation be effective at the end of the month, but Juico would not budge.
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The Secretary had obviously complained to the President that Juico was withholding the documents on Bingo Milyonaryo and other games from him.
According to Juico, she could not give Roxas the requested documents because it was not Roxas who had asked for them but someone who claimed he was representing the DILG Secretary. And when Juico tried to call Roxas on his mobile to verify the request, the Secretary wouldn't answer her calls.
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As early as then, Juico had wanted to resign from her post.
In July 2010 or just a few weeks after Aquino's inauguration as President, he offered the PCSO Chairmanship to Juico. Juico initially declined the offer and said that she would be happy with just being a member of the Board.
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Margarita P. Juico
Manila, Philippines - When resigned Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) chairman Margarita P. Juico received a sudden call from Malacañang at about 4 p.m. Thursday, she sensed right away that it was time to go.
Without dilly-dallying, Juico started writing her resignation letter in her own handwriting.
"This is to tender my resignation as chairman of the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office. Thank you for the honor of serving your administration," read Juico's handwritten resignation letter.
"The chairman knew then that it was coming; that she would be told about the President's plans to replace her at the PCSO," the source, who declined to be named for lack of authority to speak on behalf of Juico, said.
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Knowing what the call meant, Juico immediately proceeded to Ochoa's office in Malacañang to hand over her resignation letter.
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Rather than answering the question, Juico said, "Political losers always see the PCSO as a plum position."
Asked why, she said, "Kasi maraming pera, especially now."
"What I am going to leave behind is P16 billion," Juico said, adding that the previous PCSO leadership only left behind P3 billion in cash as well as P7 billion in debts.
She said that after May 13, many defeated candidates in the 2013 elections would be placed in positions anywhere.
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Juico was in good spirits, smiling, and laughing with the reporters present at her briefing. Even when she bid goodbye to her directors she did not show any sadness.
After her resignation, she said she will rest first. Rejoining the government is not yet in her mind even if offered anew by the President.
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Juico also maintained that her resignation had nothing to do with the issue regarding Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas at the Wack Wack Golf and Country Club because the latter had accepted that his infraction carried a penalty.
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Erineo "Ayong" Maliksi will take Juico's vacated post.
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MANILA, Philippines - President Aquino had warned resigned Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) chairman Margarita Juico of the consequences of failing to comply with a request of Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas II for documents and other information on the new game Bingo Mil-yonaryo, according to a memorandum, copy of which The STAR had obtained.
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In the memorandum dated June 11, 2013, Aquino told Juico that the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) had formally requested for the documents, but that the PCSO had declined to release them.
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Aquino directed Juico to provide any and all relevant documents and information that the DILG had requested.
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In a letter to Juico and the PCSO Board of Directors dated May 22, 2013, the DILG had asked for the documents so it could complete the review of the government's policy on anti-illegal numbers games.
Juico denied that the PCSO had refused to provide the DILG with the documents.
The PCSO had initiated measures to ensure that only authorized persons would receive the documents.
Juico asked the DILG to designate a pointman to handle the request because PCSO had also received requests from other DILG personnel.
Juico quits PCSO; no action yet from Noy By Marichu Villanueva and Joanne Rae Ramirez (The Philippine Star) | Up
In the appointment paper, Maliksi will ...
www.sunstar.com.ph, 20 April 2015 [cached]
In the appointment paper, Maliksi will serve the unexpired term of office that began on July 1, 2014 and will end on June 30, 2015 of Margarita Juico, who resigned last year from the post.
The President earlier admitted that he was eyeing Maliksi to head the PCSO. But he refused to name him yet because of the graft case filed against him in relation to alleged anomalous purchase of medical supplies amounting to P2.5 million in 2002.
According to PCSO Chairman ...
www.negroschronicle.com, 10 Dec 2014 [cached]
According to PCSO Chairman Margarita P. Juico, "We are proud of the outstanding performance shown by PCSO Tarlac Branch and assure the public that our agency is continuously elevating the service standards of all its branches."
Manoling Morato, former Philippine ...
www.asianjournal.com, 28 June 2011 [cached]
Manoling Morato, former Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) chair and director, on Monday accused current PCSO Chair Margarita Juico of "lying through her teeth" just to convince President Aquino to keep her in her post.
Morato said that instead of making baseless accusations against him and other members of the previous PCSO board, Juico should just file a case in court and end the "trial by publicity."
Morato said Juico was "desperate" because she was in danger of losing her post because under the recently signed GOCC Governance Act, all heads of state agencies have only a one-year term and their extension would be subject to the approval of the President.
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Juico had noted Arroyo's marginal notes on the letter request of Uriarte.
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Juico said a Commission on Audit report showed that the old board comingled the charity and operating funds-a no-no in the PCSO charter.
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The old PCSO board was willing to face Juico not only in court, but also in the congressional investigation set after the President's State of the Nation Address on July 25 where Morato said his group would come out with Juico's anomalous deals such as the purchase of baby incubators for P1.8 million.
Morato claimed the incubators were worth only P200,000.
Morato also said Juico bought portable X-rays for P4.9 million, although the actual price was only P1.25 million.
Morato said it was Juico (she served on the PCSO board until 2005) who had asked Arroyo to revise the PCSO rules to allow the board to approve projects worth P5 million and below.
"This is why all the projects she was endorsing to the board were below P5 million. When I was PCSO chair, all projects worth more than P100,000 had to be approved by the President," he said.
Morato claimed that Juico's decision to "tighten" PCSO doles was misplaced since the agency was seen as a last resort by the poor and the sick.
Morato claimed that 31 people had died after the PCSO rejected their medical claims.
Juico disputed Morato's claims, noting that he had not revealed the identities of the spurned applicants.
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