WATCH: Comelec chair's wife exposes alleged ill-gotten wealth of husband

An interview of the wife of Commission on Elections (COMELEC) and former Dean of the Far Eastern University-Institute of Law, Andres Bautista went viral online after she revealed the alleged ill-gotten wealth of her husband.

Patricia Paz 'Tish' Bautista submitted affidavit on August 1 after her meeting with President Rodrigo Duterte in which she told him his husband has several passbooks as well as bank and real property documents under her husband's name and some of his relatives that were not included in his 2016 Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN).

The COMELEC Chairman declared a sum of 176.3 million as his net worth but his wife claims he has nearly 1 Billion.

“I understand that since Andy holds the position of Comelec chair, he is liable to be impeached should there exist valid and sufficient grounds to hold him in trial for an impeachable offense under Sec. 2, Article XI of the 1987 Philippine Constitution,” Patricia said in the affidavit.

Andy Bautista was appointed to the COMELEC by ex President Noynoy Aquino in May 2015.
"There's 300 million in this bank. You can see, I think there are about 32 passbooks," said Tish in front of media.

Tish claimed in her affidavit according to her own assessment, the cumulative value of the properties at acquisitions costs between P250 million and P300 million which is more than what her husband has declared in his 2016 SALN.

Patricia has filed a case of violence against women and children with the Taguig City Prosecutor’s Office, accusing her husband of “emotional and economic sabotage” against her and their children.

"I am getting scared… I am holding these stuff. I don’t know what it is. I don’t know how far-reaching it is. I don’t know what to do, right? So I would think that the safest place to bring this is there (referring to Malacañang), because at the end of the day, this is the President. This is as high as it goes," she said.
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Source: Manila BulletinInquirerYoutube