MANILA (Updated 4:56 p.m.) -- President Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino III hit the past administration over depleted P1.541-trillion 2010 budget in his first State of the Nation Address (Sona) delivered Monday at the House of Representatives.

Transcript of President Aquino's State of the Nation Address (Sona)

Aquino said his administration has only around one percent of the total 2010 budget for every month up to the end of the year.

Only 60 percent of the calamity fund was left despite the fact that the country is still to enter the rainy season.

Aquino said the past administration allotted P3.5 billion for rehabilitation of damage wrought by typhoons Ondoy and Pepeng last year.

He also noted that one district in Pampanga got P105 million while Pangasinan only got P5 million.

Pampanga is the hometown of former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, who is also now serving as congresswoman of the province's second district.

Arroyo, however, was not able to attend Aquino's first Sona as she took a flight to Hong Kong Sunday night to accompany her husband, Jose Miguel "Mike" Arroyo, for a medical check-up.

Former presidential son Ang Galing Pinoy Party-list Representative Mikey Arroyo attended the Sona of Aquino.

In the opening of his state address, Aquino said he feels the weight of his responsibility as the leader of this nation.

"Government has for so long misled the people," he added.

He also criticized the greed of Manila Waterworks Sewerage System (MWSS) board of trustees who paid themselves ahead of those who have yet to receive their pension.

With this, the President vowed to put a stop on the wastage of people's money, reiterating that the people's money will be spent for the people only.

Aquino made mention of his Truth Commission, which is tasked to investigate the controversies of the Arroyo administration such as the fertilizer fund scam and the NBN-ZTE deal.

He said he is set to sign an executive order this week creating the commission. He named former Chief Justice Hilario Davide as head of this body.

Still aimed at combating corruption, Aquino said cases will be filed against those who do not pay taxes.

Aquino will be pushing for the Whistleblower Bill to encourage whistleblowers to testify against corrupt officials.

Among those present at the Sona of Aquino were Vice President Jejomar Binay, former President Joseph Estrada, former President Fidel Ramos, and Chief Justice Reynato Corona.

Aquino's siblings Ballsy Aquino-Cruz and Pinky Aquino-Abellada were also in attendance. (Sunnex)