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12th Congress of the Philippines

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The Twelfth Congress of the Philippines (Filipino: Ikalabindalawang Kongreso ng Pilipinas) was the national Lower House of the legislature of the Republic of the Philippines, composed of the Senate of the Philippines and House of Representatives of the Philippines. The convening of the 12th Congress follows the 2001 elections, which replaced half of the Senate membership, and the entire membership of the House of Representatives.

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Hail Mary Ottawa 16 jun 1947 in this capital where beats the heart of the Dominion of Canada, mighty arms projected over the world the triumph the Virgin over souls and hearts. From the Shrine of Cap-de-la-Madeleine, towns and villages in five dioceses have made the ascent to this summit. The 700-mile journey of the Virgin was prepared by a foundation of preaching and paved by penances and offerings, lined with prayers and devotions. O sing out, night of joy! Ring out to the four winds immense joy with bells and hallelujahs! Here is the protector of day and night, and here is the chapel of peace where for 127 continuous hours, Mass will be celebrated and Christ given to man 150 thousand times. Princes of the Church have come to guide the throng of faithful believers. His Eminence Cardinal McGuigan, Archbishop of Toronto, Paple Legate, accompanies His Excellency, the Apostolic Delegate, Antonio Bagnoli. There is a clear sky over the dawn of Marion Thursday. Archbishop Vachon greets the morning as it breaks over the centenary of the Ottawa diocese. This eve of the Jubilee prepares the pilgrims for the sublime days to come. Cardinals, archbishop's and bishops, extraordinary ambassadors of the only truth have come to celebrate your triumph, O Virgin. They come to lay at your feet the pain over which dominates faith, the misery that is made tolerable by hope and the sacrifice that is called forth by charity. Civil authority joins religious authority and the splendor of its receptions he fits the occasion Viscount Alexander, Governor General of Canada receives the leaders of the Church, spiritual governors of the Catholic world. Among them on the right is Cardinal Mindszenty, who will suffer persecution. Night-time renews the fervor of the day. O Star whose rays reach us with forbearance, we glorify you in our humble light shows. Friday morning consists of offerings and reparations. Bishop Vladimir Ladyka, apostolic eparch to Ukrainians in Canada celebrates a pontifical in dull white robes. The Christian East and West find at the feet of Mary a united expression of prayer. Cardinal Tisserent of the Sacred Congregation for the Oriental Churches, his Eminence Betancourt, Archbishop of Havana. Cardinal Frings, Archbishop of Cologne. Cardinal Mindszenty, martyr for the Hungarian church that will one day be free. From India comes Archbishop Ivanios, who along with all his church converted to Catholicism. In the evening the great film of Our Lady of Fair love chronicles the life of the Blessed Virgin with the sincerity of expression that makes it a work of faith. from Quebec, the Catholic province, comes Premier Duplessis. Cardinal Gerlier brings with him the presence of France, eldest daughter of the Church. The deep religious convictions that are rooted in Quebec in her priests and her French school system qualifies Mr. Duplessis for the honor of introducing the eloquent product. The Marion celebrations in Ottawa would be incomplete without religious exhibition. The universality of the reign of Mary is the most beautiful and true of stories. An international fresco of 106 kiosks is a witness to that. Half a million visitors have walked through this incomparable book of apologetics. Most interested and perhaps the most notable of the pilgrims were the Dionne quintuplets and their families. Saturday, fourth chapter of the Congress and a day of worship. With all the vigor of their devotion, young Canadian school children sing in a participative Mass. Bishop Langlois of Valleyfield speaks to them about religious vocations. Before their eyes the most worthy sons of the Church. Archbishop Roy of Quebec. Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop of New York. Bishop Cody, apostolic missionary eparch. And the cornerstone faith of the children which is the highest tribute that the Blessed Virgin will receive, in this spiritual treasure they give to Archbishop Vachon. They have asked for only one touching favor: good weather for the Congress. In the Marion procession the most beautiful symbols and the most vibrant colors glorify Our Lady. The vast ribbon of people and floats have spread over three weeks the glory of the Queen of heaven and earth. To Jesus through Mary. Our Mother of Perpetual Help we pray that you open the heart of your son to us. Our Lady of the Snows, qQueen of great expenses, protect our land. Without knowing the glorious destiny of their daughter, Joachim and Anne dedicated Mary to the service of God. The Archangel Gabriel said, Hail, O full of grace. The Lord is with you. You are blessed among all women. And Jesus, the fruit of your womb, is blessed. Fearing a newborn said to be God, Herod slaughtered the innocents. The Holy Family fled to Egypt. Sorrowful Mother, hope to those who weep, here you give us the Son who desires to be our brother. Comforter of the afflicted, lower your gaze on those who suffer. Morningstar to mariners and Queen of the elements, shine in my lonely night. Queen of the Apostles and Mother of wisdom, give your Church many laborers for God's harvest. Queen of Peace, grant that our children will never know the futile atrocity of battlefields. Mystical Rose who poured out the perfume of bessings, allow our temples to flourish. Immaculate Mother, distance from hearts defiling corruption. O spotless lily, guardian of every virtue, let us rejoice in His glorious Ascension. The Mother of God thrones above the choirs of angels. And the Eternal Father receives her as his beloved daughter. He made her the most glorious of Queens and her reign will never end. Look with love on the banks of the great river, where live a still young people who desire to grow in faith. Grant us your favors. Preside over our destinies. O Mary, Our lady of Canada! O you, from whom the day receives the day without end, light of the world, give to man, from the well of your loving and fraternal sorrows, Mother of the Infinite and Mother of the humble, give eternal love. Sunday, summit of the Congress, day of consecration. On this last day of these pious manifestations, in one gathering will assemble all the crowds, all the princely processions, all the pageantry, and all the devotion that the first days had witnessed. Once again, before us past the noblest personages of the Congress. His Excellency, Alexander Vachon, Archbishop of Ottawa, the organizer of the Congress. Cardinal Frings and Mindszenty, who are leaders in their countries tormented by communism. Cardinal Betancourt, who will preside over the consecration ceremony. Cardinal Spellman of New York, spiritual director of a stronger Catholic minority than the massed population that surrounds it. Cardinal Mooney, Archbishop of Detroit. Cardinal Gerlier, Archbishop of the Lyon, who will confer upon Archbishop Vachon Officer of the Legion of Honor Medal. And Cardinal Tisserant. Cardinal McGuigan, Archbishop of Toronto, Papal Legate. The great serenity instilled within countless faithful by preaching and prayer will never be known. The anonymous face of this throng will never reveal the individual exaltation of consciences, the hidden, intimate shared joy. Transcending the divisions of languages and borders, the universal Catholic Church here offers the comfort of true faith and many are they who come to draw from it. The Heads of State whose daily task is the life of the nation. The great and the humble, the weak who no longer feel tired, this sick who smile in the blazing sun, the pious and the reluctant to ask for strength, the strong who seek prudence, the unbelievers who are surprised at being shaken, the skeptics who look on astonished and cannot avert their eyes, the curious or the sincere, they all wanted to go to the Virgin and grace lined their way. Of the committees that surrounded Archbishop Vachon, the most noble is that a good weather. The tireless Archbishop finds a rare moment of leisure to receive his family and, among those with whom he stops for a moment, is a very proud father of five daughters. With the greatest stage artists of merit, the Dionne quintuplets sing praise to the Virgin at the solemn consecration of the Blessed Sacrament. At the altar is a living mother over which passes a great breadth of joy. This last religious ceremony of the afternoon is the Consecration of Canada to Our Lady! Night falls and the Marion Congress comes to a close. For five days and five nights, one-and-a-half million pilgrims have come to kneel at the foot of the altar in Ottawa. For five days and five nights the Mother of men poured out her grace throughout the earth. Light in the darkness, Mother of the Son of God, our Mother, may the praises of your people be sweet. Ottawa, 22 June, 1947 Hail Mary!

Contents

Sessions

  • First Regular Session: July 23, 2001 – June 7, 2002
    • First Special Session: January 8 – March 1, 2002
  • Second Regular Session: July 29, 2002 – June 6, 2003
  • Third Regular Session: July 28, 2003 – June 4, 2004
    • Second Special Session: January 5 – February 13, 2004

Legislation

Laws passed by the 12th Congress:

Leadership

Senate

  • President of the Senate
Franklin M. Drilon (independent)
  • Senate President Pro-Tempore
Manuel B. Villar Jr. (independent)
Juan M. Flavier (Lakas-NUCD)
  • Majority Floor Leader
Loren B. Legarda (Lakas-CMD)
Aquilino Q. Pimentel Jr. (PDP-LABAN)
Francis N. Pangilinan (Liberal)
  • Minority Floor Leader
Aquilino Q. Pimentel Jr. (PDP-LABAN)
Vicente C. Sotto III (LDP)

House of Representatives

  • Speaker of the House of Representatives
Jose C. de Venecia Jr. (Lakas-NUCD, 4th District Pangasinan)
Florencio B. Abad (Liberal, Lone District Batanes)
  • Minority Floor Leader
Carlos M. Padilla (LDP, Lone District Nueva Vizcaya)

Members

Composition

Final Senate composition.
Final Senate composition.
Final House of Representatives composition.
Final House of Representatives composition.
Party Senate House of
Representatives
Alayon 0 1
Aksyon 1 2
KAMPI 0 1
KBL 0 1
LDP 5 20
Lakas 7 95
Liberal 1 25
Nacionalista 0 1
NPC 1 48
PDP-Laban 2 1
PDSP 0 2
Reporma-LM 0 2
PMP 0 2
Independent 5 6
Sectoral representatives NA 16
Vacancies 2 2
Total 24 225

Senate

Senator Partya Term Term Start Term End
  1.Edgardo J. Angara LDP 1 2001 2007
  2.Teresa Aquino-Oreta LDP 1 1998 2004
  3.Joker P. Arroyo Aksyon 1 2001 2007
  4.Robert Z. Barbers Lakas-NUCD 1 1998 2004
  5.Rodolfo G. Biazon LDP 1 1998 2004
  6.Renato L. Cayetano Lakas-NUCD 1 1998 2004
  7.Noli L. De Castro Independent 1 2001 2004
  8.Franklin M. Drilon Independent 2 2001 2007
  9.Luisa P. Estrada Independent 1 2001 2007
  10.Juan M. Flavier Lakas-NUCD 2 2001 2007
  11.Gregorio B. Honasan Independent 2 2001 2004
  12.Robert S. Jaworski Lakas-NUCD 1 1998 2004
  13.Panfilo M. Lacson LDP 1 2001 2007
  14.Loren B. Legarda Lakas-NUCD 1 1998 2004
  15.Ramon B. Magsaysay Jr. Lakas-NUCD 2 2001 2007
  16.Blas F. Ople LDP 2 1998 2004
  17.John Henry R. Osmeña NPC 1 1998 2004
  18.Sergio R. Osmeña III PDP-Laban 2 2001 2007
  19.Francis N. Pangilinan Liberal 1 2001 2007
  20.Aquilino Q. Pimentel Jr. PDP-Laban 1 1998 2004
  21.Ralph G. Recto Lakas-NUCD 1 2001 2007
  22.Ramon B. Revilla Lakas-NUCD 2 1998 2004
  23.Vicente C. Sotto III LDP 2 1998 2004
  24.Manuel B. Villar Jr. Independent 1 2001 2007
^a Political affiliation at the beginning of Congress.
^1 Appointed Foreign Secretary on July 18, 2002.
^2 Died on June 25, 2003.

House of Representatives

The term of office of the members of the House of Representatives is from June 30, 2001 to June 30, 2004.

Twelfth Congress representation map of the Philippines
Twelfth Congress representation map of the Philippines
District Representatives
Province/City District Representative Party Term First Elected
Abra Lone   Luis P. Bersamin Jr. PDSP 1 2001
Agusan del Norte 1st   Leovigildo B. Banaag LDP/NPC 2 1998
2nd   Edelmiro A. Amante, Sr. Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Agusan del Sur Lone   Rodolfo G. Plaza LDP 1 2001
Aklan Lone   Gabrielle V. Calizo LDP 1 2001
Albay 1st   Krisel B. Lagman-Luistro Lakas-CMD 2 1998
2nd   Carlos R. Imperial NPC 1 2001
3rd   Joey S. Salceda Lakas-CMD 2 1998
Antipolo City Lone   Victor R. Sumulong LDP 2 1998
Antique Lone   Exequiel B. Javier Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Apayao Lone   Elias C. Bulut Jr NPC 1 2001
Aurora Lone   Bellaflor J. Angara-Castillo LDP 1 2001
Bacolod City Lone   Monico O. Puentevella Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Baguio City Lone   Mauricio G. Domogan Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Basilan Lone   Abdulgani A. Salapuddin Lakas-CMD 2 1998
Bataan 1st   Antonino P. Roman independent 2 1998
2nd   Enrique T. Garcia Jr. LDP 3 1995
Batanes Lone   Florencio B. Abad Liberal 3 1995
Batangas 1st   Eileen Ermita-Buhain Lakas-CMD 1 2001
2nd   Francisco S. Perez II Lakas-CMD 1 2001
3rd   Victoria H. Reyes Lakas-CMD 1 2001
4th   Oscar L. Gozos Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Benguet Lone   Samuel M. Dangwa REPORMA-LM 1 2001
Biliran Lone   Gerardo S. Espina, Sr. NPC/Bando Espina 3 1995
Bohol 1st   Edgar M. Chatto Lakas-CMD 1 2001
2nd   Roberto Cajes Lakas-CMD 1 2001
3rd   Eladio M. Jala Lakas-CMD 2 1998
Bukidnon 1st   J.R. Nereus O. Acosta Liberal 2 1998
2nd   Berthobal R. Ancheta Lakas-CMD 1 2001
3rd   Juan Miguel F. Zubiri Lakas-CMD 2 1998
Bulacan 1st   Wilhelmino M. Sy-Alvarado Lakas-CMD 2 1998
2nd   Wilfrido B. Villarama Aksyon 1 2001
3rd   Lorna C. Silverio Lakas-CMD 1 2001
4th   Reylina G. Nicolas Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Cagayan 1st   Juan C. Ponce Enrile Jr. independent 2 1998
2nd   Celia T. Taganas-Layus NPC 1 2001
3rd   Manuel N. Mamba Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Cagayan de Oro City Lone   Constantino G. Jaraula LDP 2 1998
Caloocan City 1st   Enrico R. Echiverri Lakas-CMD 2 1998
2nd   Edgar R. Erice Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Camarines Norte Lone   Renato J. Unico Jr. Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Camarines Sur 1st   Ronaldo G. Andaya Lakas-CMD 2 1998
2nd   Sulpicio S. Roco Jr. Aksyon 1 2001
3rd   Felix William B. Fuentebella NPC 1 2001
4th   Felix R. Alfelor Jr. Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Camiguin Lone   Jurdin Jesus M. Romualdo NPC 2 1998
Capiz 1st   Rodriguez D. Dadivas Liberal 1 2001
2nd   Fredenil H. Castro Liberal 1 2001
Catanduanes Lone   Joseph A. Santiago NPC 1 2001
Cavite 1st   Plaridel M. Abaya Liberal 3 1995
2nd   Gilbert C. Remulla LDP 1 2001
3rd   Napoleon R. Beratio1 LDP/MAGDALO 2 1998
Cebu 1st   Jose R. Gullas Alayon 1 2001
2nd   Simeon L. Kintanar NPC/Alayon 2 1998
3rd   Antonio P. Yapha Jr. NPC/Alayon 2 1998
4th   Clavel A. Martinez Lakas-CMD 2 1998
5th   Joseph H. Durano NPC/Alayon 2 1998
6th   Nerissa Corazon Soon-Ruiz Alayon 1 2001
Cebu City 1st   Raul V. Del Mar Lakas-CMD 1 2001
2nd   Antonio V. Cuenco Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Compostela Valley 1st   Manuel E. Zamora Lakas-CMD 1 2001
2nd   Prospero S. Amatong Lakas-CMD 2 1998
Cotabato (North) 1st   Emmylou J. Taliño-Santos independent 1 2001
2nd   Gregorio T. Ipong NPC 2 1998
Davao City 1st   Prospero C. Nograles Lakas-CMD 1 2001
2nd   Vincent J. Garcia NPC 1 2001
3rd   Ruy Elias C. Lopez NPC 2 1998
Davao del Norte 1st   Arrel R. Olaño Lakas-CMD 1 2001
2nd   Antonio R. Floirendo Jr. Lakas-CMD 2 1998
Davao del Sur 1st   Douglas R.A. Cagas NPC 2 1998
2nd   Claude P. Bautista NPC 1 2001
Davao Oriental 1st   Corazon N. Malanyaon NPC 1 2001
2nd   Mayo Z. Almario Lakas-CMD 2 1998
Eastern Samar Lone   Marcelino C. Libanan NPC 2 1998
Guimaras Lone   Edgar T. Espinosa Lakas-CMD/KAMPI 1 2001
Ifugao Lone   Solomon R. Chungalao Liberal 1 2001
Ilocos Norte 1st   Roque R. Ablan Jr. Lakas-CMD/KBL 1 2001
2nd   Imee R. Marcos KBL 2 1998
Ilocos Sur 1st   Salacnib F. Baterina Lakas-CMD 2 1998
2nd   Eric D. Singson Liberal 1 2001
Iloilo 1st   Oscar G. Garin Lakas-CMD 1 2001
2nd   Augusto L. Syjuco Jr. Lakas-CMD 2 1998
3rd   Arthur D. Defensor, Sr. Lakas-CMD 1 2001
4th   Narciso D. Monfort Lakas-CMD 3 1995
5th   Rolex T. Suplico LDP 2 1998
Iloilo City Lone   Raul M. Gonzalez Nacionalista 3 1995
Isabela 1st   Rodolfo B. Albano Jr. Lakas-CMD 1 2001
2nd   Edwin C. Uy Lakas-CMD 1 2001
3rd   Faustino G. Dy III Lakas-CMD 1 2001
4th
  Antonio M. Abaya2 Lakas-CMD 1 2001
  Giorgidi B. Aggabao3 NPC 1 2003
Kalinga Lone   Laurence B. Wacnang Liberal 2 1998
La Union 1st   Manuel C. Ortega NPC 2 1998
2nd   Tomas M. Dumpit NPC 2 1998
Laguna 1st   Uliran T. Joaquin NPC 2 1998
2nd   Joaquin M. Chipeco Jr. KAMPI/LDP 3 1995
3rd   Danton Q. Bueser Liberal 2 1998
4th   Rodolfo S. San Luis LDP 2 1998
Lanao del Norte 1st   Alipio V. Badelles NPC 2 1998
2nd   Abdullah D. Dimaporo Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Lanao del Sur 1st   Faysah R.P.M. Dumarpa Lakas-CMD 1 2001
2nd   Benasing O. Macarambon Jr. NPC 2 1998
Las Piñas City Lone   Cynthia A. Villar independent 1 2001
Leyte 1st   Mario Teodoro E. Failon
(Mario Teodoro F. Etong)
independent 1 2001
2nd   Trinidad G. Apostol Lakas-CMD 1 2001
3rd   Eduardo K. Veloso Lakas-CMD/NPC 2 1998
4th   Eufrocino M. Codilla, Sr. Lakas-CMD 1 2001
5th   Carmen L. Cari Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Maguindanao 1st   Didagen P. Dilangalen PMP 3 1995
2nd   Guimid P. Matalam Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Makati City 1st   Teodoro L. Locsin Jr. PDP-Laban 1 2001
2nd   Agapito A. Aquino LDP 2 1998
Malabon City-Navotas Lone   Federico S. Sandoval II Liberal 2 1998
Mandaluyong City Lone   Neptali M. Gonzales II Lakas-CMD 3 1995
Manila 1st   Ernesto A. Nieva Lakas-CMD 2 1998
2nd   Jaime C. Lopez Lakas-CMD 1 2001
3rd   Harry C. Angping NPC 2 1998
4th   Rodolfo C. Bacani Liberal 2 1998
5th   Joey D. Hizon Liberal 2 1998
6th   Mark B. Jimenez
(Mario B. Crespo)4
independent 1 2001
Marikina City Lone   Del R. De Guzman Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Marinduque Lone   Edmundo O. Reyes Jr. Lakas-CMD 2 1998
Masbate 1st   Vida V. Espinosa Lakas-CMD 3 1995
2nd   Emilio R. Espinosa Jr. NPC 2 1998
3rd   Fausto L. Seachon Jr. NPC 3 1995
Misamis Occidental 1st   Ernie D. Clarete REPORMA-LM 1 2001
2nd   Herminia M. Ramiro Liberal 1 2001
Misamis Oriental 1st   Oscar S. Moreno Lakas-CMD 2 1998
2nd   Augusto H. Baculio LDP 2 1998
Mountain Province Lone   Roy S. Pilando LDP 1 2001
Muntinlupa City Lone   Rozzano Rufino B. Biazon LDP 1 2001
Negros Occidental 1st   Julio A. Ledesma IV NPC 3 1995
2nd   Alfredo G. Marañon Jr. NPC 3 1995
3rd   Jose Carlos V. Lacson Lakas-CMD 1 2001
4th   Carlos O. Cojuangco NPC 2 1998
5th   Jose Apolinario Lozada Jr. Lakas-CMD/KAMPI 2 1998
6th   Genaro M. Alvarez Jr. NPC 3 1995
Negros Oriental 1st   Jacinto V. Paras LDP 2 1998
2nd   Emilio C. Macias II NPC 2 1998
3rd   Herminio G. Teves Lakas-CMD 2 1998
Northern Samar 1st   Harlin C. Abayon Liberal 2 1998
2nd   Romualdo T. Vicencio Lakas-CMD 2 1998
Nueva Ecija 1st   Josefina M. Joson NPC-BALANE 2 1998
2nd   Eleuterio R. Violago Lakas-CMD 1 2001
3rd   Aurelio M. Umali LDP 1 2001
4th   Raul L. Villareal Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Nueva Vizcaya Lone   Carlos M. Padilla LDP 3 1995
Occidental Mindoro Lone   Josephine Y. Ramirez-Sato Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Oriental Mindoro 1st   Charity P. Leviste Lakas-CMD 1 2001
2nd   Alfonso V. Umali Jr. Liberal 1 2001
Palawan 1st   Vicente A. Sandoval Lakas-CMD 3 1995
2nd   Abraham Kahlil B. Mitra Liberal 1 2001
Pampanga 1st   Francis L. Nepomuceno NPC 2 1998
2nd   Zenaida G. Cruz-Ducut Lakas-CMD 3 1995
3rd   Oscar S. Rodriguez Lakas-CMD 3 1995
4th   Juan Pablo P. Bondoc NPC 2 1998
Pangasinan 1st   Arthur F. Celeste Lakas-CMD 1 2001
2nd   Amado T. Espino Jr. Lakas-CMD 1 2001
3rd   Generoso D.C. Tulagan NPC 2 1998
4th   Jose de Venecia Jr. Lakas-CMD 1 2001
5th   Mark O. Cojuangco NPC 1 2001
6th   Conrado M. Estrella III NPC 1 2001
Parañaque City Lone   Eduardo C. Zialcita Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Pasay City Lone   Consuelo A. Dy Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Pasig City Lone   Noel M. Cariño5 Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Quezon 1st   Rafael P. Nantes Liberal 2 1998
2nd   Lynnette A. Punzalan Liberal 1 2001
3rd   Aleta C. Suarez Liberal 1 2001
4th   Georgilu R. Yumul-Hermida Liberal 1 2001
Quezon City 1st   Reynaldo A. Calalay6 LDP 3 1995
2nd   Ismael G. Mathay III independent 1 2001
3rd   Ma. Theresa T. Defensor Liberal 1 2001
4th   Nanette Castelo-Daza Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Quirino Lone   Junie E. Cua Liberal 1 2001
Rizal 1st   Michael John "Jack" R. Duavit NPC 1 2001
2nd   Isidro S. Rodriguez Jr. NPC 2 1998
Romblon Lone   Perpetuo B. Ylagan Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Samar (Western) 1st   Reynaldo S. Uy Liberal 1 2001
2nd   Antonio Eduardo B. Nachura Liberal 2 1998
San Juan Lone   Ronaldo B. Zamora PMP 1 2001
Sarangani Lone   Erwin L. Chiongbian Lakas-CMD/SARRO 1 2001
Siquijor Lone   Orlando A. Fua Jr. NPC 2 1998
Sorsogon 1st   Francis G. Escudero NPC 2 1998
2nd   Jose G. Solis Lakas-CMD 1 2001
South Cotabato 1st   Darlene Antonino-Custodio NPC 1 2001
2nd   Arthur Y. Pingoy Jr. NPC 1 2001
Southern Leyte Lone   Aniceto G. Saludo Jr. Lakas-CMD 2 1998
Sultan Kudarat Lone   Angelo O. Montilla Lakas-CMD 3 1995
Sulu 1st   Hussin U. Amin Lakas-CMD 2 1998
2nd   Munir M. Arbison Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Surigao del Norte 1st   Glenda B. Ecleo Lakas-CMD 1 2001
2nd   Robert Ace S. Barbers Lakas-CMD 2 1998
Surigao del Sur 1st   Prospero A. Pichay Jr. Lakas-CMD 2 1998
2nd   Jesnar R. Falcon Lakas-CMD 3 1995
Taguig City-Pateros Lone   Alan Peter S. Cayetano Lakas-CMD 2 1998
Tarlac 1st   Gilberto C. Teodoro Jr. NPC 2 1998
2nd   Benigno S. Aquino III Liberal 2 1998
3rd   Jesli A. Lapus Jr. NPC 2 1998
Tawi-Tawi Lone   Soraya C. Jaafar Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Valenzuela City 1st   Sherwin T. Gatchalian NPC 1 2001
2nd   Magtanggol T. Gunigundo Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Zambales 1st   James J. Gordon Jr. Lakas-CMD 3 1995
2nd   Ruben D. Torres Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Zamboanga City Lone   Celso L. Lobregat LDP 2 1998
Zamboanga del Norte
1st
  Romeo G. Jalosjos7 PDSP 3 1995
  Cecilia G. Jalosjos-Carreon8 Reporma-LM 1 2002
2nd   Roseller L. Barinaga NPC 2 1998
3rd   Angel M. Carloto NPC 1 2001
Zamboanga del Sur 1st   Isidoro E. Real Jr. Lakas-CMD 1 2001
2nd   Nenet S. San Juan Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Zamboanga Sibugay Lone   Belma A. Cabilao Lakas-CMD 1 2001
Sectoral Representatives
Party-List Representative Term First Elected
Akbayan Citizens' Action Party Mario Joyo Aguja 1 2001
Loretta Ann P. Rosales 2 1998
Anak Mindanao Mujiv Hataman 1 2001
Anakpawis Crispin Beltran 1 2001
Association of Philippine Electric Cooperatives Sunny Rose A. Madamba 1 2001
Ernesto C. Pablo 1 2001
Edgar L. Valdez 1 2001
Bayan Muna Sigfredo Deduro 1 2001
Satur C. Ocampo 1 2001
Joel Virador 1 2001
Buhay Hayaan Yumabong Christian M. Señeres 1 2001
Rene M. Velarde 1 2001
Citizen's Battle Against Corruption Emmanuel Joel J. Villanueva 1 2001
Gabriela Women's' Party Liza Largosa-Maza 1 2001
Partido ng Manggagawa Renato B. Magtubo 2 1998
Sanlakas Jose Virgilio Bautista 1 2001
^1 Died in office on August 6, 2002. No special elections declared.
^2 Died in office on February 26, 2003.
^3 Assumed office after winning a special election.
^4 Disqualified by the House Electoral Tribunal on March 6, 2003.
^5 Replaced Henry P. Lanot (LDP) as per House Electoral Tribunal decision on June 10, 2004.
^6 Died in office on January 11, 2003. No special elections declared.
^7 Ordered dropped from the rolls on April 28, 2002 after the Supreme Court upheld his conviction for rape.
^8 Assumed office after winning a special election.

External links

  • "List of Senators". Senate of the Philippines. Archived from the original on September 14, 2006. Retrieved 2006-09-16.
  • "The LAWPHi'L Project - Philippine Laws and Jurispudance Databank". Arellano Law Foundation. Archived from the original on September 1, 2006. Retrieved September 16, 2006.

Further reading

  • Philippine House of Representatives Congressional Library
  • The Presidents of the Senate of the Republic of the Philippines. ISBN 971-8832-24-6.
  • Pobre, Cesar P. Philippine Legislature 100 Years. ISBN 971-92245-0-9.

See also

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