Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales has been found to be P17.7 million richer since becoming the country’s graftbuster in 2011.
Morales whose term ends this Jly 26 disclosed in her 2017 Statements of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth (SALN) showed she has a declared net worth of P58,527,347.84 million.
This is significantly higher in 2011 when Morales declared a net worth of P40.749 million.
In her latest SALN, Morales revealed she has cash on hand and cash investments including retirement benefits from the Supreme Court Savings and Loan Association (SCSLA) and other cooperatives amounting to P35,028,210.84.
Among the assets she listed in her SALN are her real properties including two residential lots in Muntinlupa City and a memorial lot in Paranaque City totalling to P1,201,500; jewelry, books, furniture, antiques and silveries she started acquiring since 1972 and are now worth P3,300,000; and two vehicles.
Morales also indicated she has three relatives working in the government.
They are her son Eugenio Morales III who is a Legal Examiner from the Register of Deeds, Muntinlupa City; brother Emmanuel Carpio,presiding judge of Davao City; and nephew Waldo Carpio, an Assistant Secretary of the Department of Agriculture (DA).