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14th Congress of the Philippines

The Fourteenth Congress of the Philippines (Filipino: Ikalabing-apat na Kongreso ng Pilipinas) was the national legislature of the Republic of the Philippines, composed of the Philippine Senate and House of Representatives. The convening of the 14th Congress followed the 2007 general elections, which replaced half of the Senate membership, and the entire membership of the House of Representatives. It celebrated the centennial year of the Philippine legislature. The Congress' tenure ended with the 2010 general elections

14th Congress of the Philippines
July 23, 2007 – June 9, 2010
Coat of arms of the Republic of the Philippines.
PresidentGloria Macapagal-Arroyo
Vice PresidentNoli de Castro
Senate PresidentJuan Ponce Enrile
Senate President pro temporeJinggoy Ejercito Estrada
Majority leaderJuan Miguel Zubiri
Minority leaderAquilino Q. Pimentel, Jr.
House of Representatives
House SpeakerProspero C. Nograles
Deputy Speakers
Majority leaderArthur D. Defensor, Sr.
Minority leaderRonaldo B. Zamora


Batasang Pambansa bombingEdit

On the evening of November 17, 2007, an explosion[1] at the South Wing of the Batasang Pambansa Complex killed six people, including Rep. Wahab Akbar (Lakas-CMD, Lone District Basilan). The other fatalities included an aide of Akbar, a driver of Gabriela Rep. Luzviminda Ilagan, and three aides of Rep. Pryde Henry Teves (Lakas-CMD, 3rd District Negros Oriental).[2] Ten others were injured in the blast, including Reps. Ilagan and Teves.

Arroyo impeachmentEdit

On October 5, 2007, Lawyer Robert Pulido filed a three-page impeachment complaint against President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. This complaint was considered as a ploy by Malacañang according to the opposition. It was only supported by Rep. Edgar S. San Luis (independent, 4th District Laguna). On November 4, the House Committee on Justice, dominated by pro-Arroyo lawmakers, declared as "sufficient in form" the three-page impeachment complaint against President Arroyo.[3] On November 6, the committee then deliberated whether the complaint (due to the National Broadband Network controversy) is "sufficient in substance." If the complaint was declared "sufficient in form", it would be considered as an impeachment proceeding; only one impeachment proceeding is allowed by the constitution, if the committee declares the complaint "insufficient in substance", it would give Arroyo an immunity from impeachment for a year.[4] The committee ultimately voted to trash the complaint, with minority members boycotting the hearing.[5]

Bribery scandal investigationEdit

On November 13, 2007, there was also the Senate's hearing on the bribery scandal that occurred in the presidential palace.[6]

The Manila Peninsula RebellionEdit

The Manila Peninsula rebellion occurred in the Philippines on November 29, 2007. Detained Senator Antonio Trillanes IV, General Lim and other Magdalo (mutineers) officials walked out of their trial and marched through the streets of Makati City, calling for the ouster of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, and seizing the second floor of The Peninsula Manila Hotel along Ayala Avenue. Former Vice-President Teofisto Guingona also joined the march to the hotel.

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV and Brigadier Gen. Danilo Lim surrendered to authorities after an armored personnel carrier rammed into the lobby of the hotel.[7] Director Geary Barias declared that the standoff at the Manila Peninsula Hotel is over as Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV, Brig. Gen. Danilo Lim along with other junior officers agreed to leave the hotel and surrender to Barias after the 6 hour siege.[8] There was difficulty getting out for a while due to the tear gas that was covering the area where they were hiding.

Days after the mutiny, the Makati City Regional Trial Court dismissed the rebellion charges against all 14 civilians involved in the siege, and ordered their release.

National Broadband Network ScandalEdit

The Philippine National Broadband Network controversy is a political affair that centers upon allegations of corruption primarily involving Former Commission on Elections (COMELEC) Chairman Benjamin Abalos, First Gentleman Mike Arroyo and President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo regarding the proposed government-managed National Broadband Network (NBN) for the Philippines and the awarding of its construction to the Chinese firm Zhong Xing Telecommunication Equipment Company Limited (ZTE), a telecommunications and networking equipment provider.

The issue has captivated Filipino politics since it erupted in Philippine media around August 2007, largely through the articles of newspaper columnist Jarius Bondoc of the Philippine Star. It has also taken an interesting turn of events, including the resignation of Abalos as COMELEC chairman, the alleged bribery of congressmen and provincial governors (dubbed as "Bribery in the Palace"), the unseating of Jose de Venecia, Jr. as House Speaker, and the alleged "kidnapping" of designated National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) consultant-turned-NBN/ZTE witness Rodolfo Noel "Jun" Lozada, Jr.

The Spratly Islands Joint Exploration AgreementEdit

In connection to the Philippine National Broadband Network controversy, The Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking (JMSU) is a tripartite agreement between the Philippines, China and Vietnam to conduct seismic exploration in an area spanning 142,886 square kilometers west of Palawan. More specifically, it is an agreement between Philippine National Oil Company -Exploration Corporation (PNOC-EC), China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) and Vietnam Oil and Gas Corporation (PetroVietnam), that was signed in September 2004 and took effect in July 2005.[9] JMSU has already finished the first phase of the seismic exploration which lasted from September 1 to November 16, 2006, covering 11,000 line kilometers. A Chinese vessel conducted the survey, Vietnam processed the data gathered and this was interpreted by PNOC-EC in Manila. The second phase started in October 2007, covering 11,800 line kilometers. It was supposed to end January 2008.

Charter ChangeEdit

Early in 2008, a proposal towards federalism was raised from both members of the Senate and the House of Representatives led by Senator Aquilino Pimentel, Jr.. This however was later not pushed through due to President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo personally backing the proposal.[10] Later on, allies of President Arroyo successfully passed House Resolution 1109 on June 2, 2009 by viva voce in a move to shift the government from the current presidential to parliamentary.[11] All amendments would have needed the approval of three-fourths approval of Congress.[12] The resolution was later shelved by the Senate as it has objected it being passed and due to public outcry towards it.[13]


  • First Regular Session: July 23, 2007 – June 13, 2008[14]
  • Second Regular Session: July 28, 2008 – June 5, 2009[14][15]
  • Third Regular Session: July 27, 2009 – June 2010
    • First Joint Session: December 9–14, 2009
    • Second Joint Session: May 24 – June 9, 2010


Laws passed by the 14th Congress:



  • President of the Senate
Manuel Villar (Nacionalista)
Juan Ponce Enrile (PMP), elected on November 17, 2008
  • Senate President Pro-Tempore
Jinggoy Estrada (PMP)
  • Majority Floor Leader
Juan Miguel Zubiri (Lakas–Kampi)
  • Minority Floor Leader
Aquilino Pimentel, Jr. (PDP–Laban)

House of RepresentativesEdit

  • Speaker of the House of Representatives
Jose C. de Venecia, Jr. (Lakas-CMD, 4th District Pangasinan)
Prospero C. Nograles (Lakas–Kampi, 1st District Davao City), elected on February 5, 2008
  • Deputy Speakers
Arnulfo P. Fuentebella (NPC, 3rd District Camarines Sur)
Central Luzon:
Eric D. Singson (Lakas–Kampi, 2nd District Ilocos Sur)
Raul V. Del Mar (BO-PK/Liberal, 1st District Cebu City)
Central Visayas:
Pablo P. Garcia (One Cebu/Lakas–Kampi, 2nd District Cebu)
Simeon A. Datumanong (Lakas–Kampi, 2nd District Maguindanao)
Ma. Amelita C. Villarosa (Lakas–Kampi, Lone District Occidental Mindoro)
  • Majority Floor Leader
Arthur D. Defensor, Sr. (Lakas–Kampi, 3rd District Iloilo)
  • Minority Floor Leader
Ronaldo B. Zamora (Nacionalista, Lone District San Juan City)



Final Senate composition.
Final House of Representatives composition.
Party Senate House of
Bagumbayan 1 0
LDP 1 1
Lakas–Kampi 4 119
Lapiang Manggagawa 0 0
Lingkod Taguig 0 1
Liberal 4 31
Nacionalista 3 25
NPC 1 30
PDP–Laban 1 2
PRP 1 0
PMP 2 3
Independent 5 3
Sectoral representatives NA 53
Vacancies 1 4
Total 24 272


  Senator Party[n 1] Term Term starts Term ends Bloc[n 2]
1. Edgardo Angara LDP 2 2007 2013 Majority
2. Benigno Aquino III Liberal 1 2007 2013 Minority
3. Joker Arroyo Lakas–Kampi 2 2007 2013 Minority
4. Rodolfo Biazon Liberal 2 2004 2010 Majority
5. Alan Cayetano Nacionalista 1 2007 2013 Minority
6. Pia Cayetano Nacionalista 1 2004 2010 Minority
7. Miriam Defensor Santiago PRP 1 2004 2010 Majority
8. Chiz Escudero Independent 1 2007 2013 Majority
9. Jinggoy Estrada PMP 1 2004 2010 Majority
10. Juan Ponce Enrile PMP 1 2004 2010 Majority
11. Dick Gordon Bagumbayan-VNP 1 2004 2010 Majority
12. Gringo Honasan Independent 1 2007 2013 Majority
13. Ping Lacson Independent 2 2007 2013 Majority
14. Lito Lapid Lakas–Kampi 1 2004 2010 Majority
15. Loren Legarda NPC 1 2007 2013 Majority
16. Jamby Madrigal Independent 1 2004 2010 Majority
17. Kiko Pangilinan Liberal 2 2007 2013 Minority
18. Aquilino Pimentel, Jr. PDP–Laban 2 2004 2010 Minority
19. Bong Revilla Lakas–Kampi 1 2004 2010 Majority
20. Mar Roxas Liberal 1 2004 2010 Majority
21. Antonio Trillanes Independent 1 2007 2013 Minority
22. Manny Villar Nacionalista 2 2007 2013 Minority
23. Migz Zubiri Lakas–Kampi 1 2007 2013 Majority

House of Representatives The term of office of the House of Representatives is from June 30, 2007 to June 30, 2010.

District representativeEdit

The term of office of the current members of the House of Representatives will be from June 30, 2007 to June 30, 2010

Fourteenth Congress representation map of the Philippines
District Representatives
Province/City District Representative Party Term
Abra Lone Cecilia S. Seares-Luna Lakas–Kampi 1
Agusan del Norte 1st Jose S. Aquino II Lakas–Kampi 1
2nd Edelmiro A. Amante Lakas–Kampi 1
Agusan del Sur Lone Rodolfo G. Plaza NPC 3
Aklan Lone Florencio T. Miraflores Lakas–Kampi 2
Albay 1st Edcel C. Lagman Lakas–Kampi 2
2nd Al Francis C. Bichara Nacionalista 1
3rd Reno G. Lim NPC 1
Antipolo 1st Roberto V. Puno Lakas–Kampi 1
2nd Angelito C. Gatlabayan Lakas–Kampi 1
Antique Lone Exequiel B. Javier Lakas–Kampi 3
Apayao Lone Elias C. Bulut, Jr. NPC 3
Aurora Lone Juan Edgardo M. Angara LDP 2
Bacolod Lone Monico O. Puentevella Lakas–Kampi 3
Baguio Lone Mauricio G. Domogan Lakas–Kampi 3
Basilan Lone   Vacant[17]
Bataan 1st Herminia B. Roman Lakas–Kampi 1
2nd Albert S. Garcia Lakas–Kampi 2
Batanes Lone Carlo Oliver D. Diasnes Lakas–Kampi 1
Batangas 1st Eileen Ermita-Buhain Lakas–Kampi 3
2nd Hermilando I. Mandanas Liberal 2
3rd Victoria H. Reyes Lakas–Kampi 3
4th Mark L. Mendoza NPC 1
Benguet Lone Samuel M. Dangwa Lakas–Kampi 3
Biliran Lone Glenn A. Chong Lakas–Kampi 1
Bohol 1st Edgardo M. Chatto Lakas–Kampi 3
2nd Roberto C. Cajes Lakas–Kampi 3
3rd Adam Relson L. Jala Lakas–Kampi 1
Bukidnon 1st Candido P. Pancrudo, Jr. Lakas–Kampi 1
2nd Teofisto L. Guingona III Liberal 2
3rd Jose Ma. F. Zubiri III Lakas–Kampi 1
Bulacan 1st Ma. Victoria Sy-Alvarado Lakas–Kampi 1
2nd Pedro M. Pancho Lakas–Kampi 2
3rd Lorna C. Silverio Lakas–Kampi 3
4th Reylina G. Nicolas Lakas–Kampi 3
Cagayan 1st Sally S. Ponce Enrile NPC 1
2nd Florencio L. Vargas Lakas–Kampi 2
3rd Manuel N. Mamba Liberal 3
Cagayan de Oro City 1st Rolando A. Uy Nacionalista 1
2nd Rufus B. Rodriguez PMP 1
Caloocan City 1st Oscar G. Malapitan Nacionalista 2
2nd Mary Mitzi L. Cajayon Lakas–Kampi 1
Camarines Norte Lone Liwayway Vinzons-Chato Liberal 1
Camarines Sur 1st Diosdado M. Arroyo Lakas–Kampi 1
2nd Luis R. Villafuerte, Sr. NPC 2
3rd Arnulfo P. Fuentebella NPC 2
4th Felix R. Alfelor, Jr. Lakas–Kampi 3
Camiguin Lone Pedro P. Romualdo Lakas–Kampi 1
Capiz 1st Antonio A. Del Rosario Liberal 1
2nd Fredenil H. Castro Lakas–Kampi 3
Catanduanes Lone Joseph A. Santiago NPC 3
Cavite 1st Joseph Emilio A. Abaya Liberal 2
2nd Elpidio F. Barzaga, Jr. Lakas–Kampi 1
3rd Jesus Crispin C. Remulla Nacionalista 2
Cebu 1st Eduardo V. Gullas Nacionalista/Alayon 2
2nd Pablo P. Garcia Lakas–Kampi/1-CEBU[18] 1
3rd Pablo John F. Garcia Lakas–Kampi/1-CEBU[19] 1
4th Celestino A. Martinez III Liberal 1
5th Ramon H. Durano VI NPC 1
6th Nerissa Corazon Soon-Ruiz Nacionalista 3
Cebu City 1st Raul V. del Mar Liberal/BO-PK 3
2nd Antonio V. Cuenco[n 3][20] Lakas–Kampi/Kusug/PROMDI 3
Compostela Valley 1st Manuel E. Zamora Lakas–Kampi 3
2nd Rommel C. Amatong Lakas–Kampi 1
Davao City 1st Prospero C. Nograles Lakas–Kampi 3
2nd Vincent J. Garcia NPC 3
3rd Isidro T. Ungab Liberal 1
Davao del Norte 1st Arrel R. Olaño Lakas–Kampi 3
2nd Antonio F. Lagdameo, Jr. Lakas–Kampi 1
Davao del Sur 1st Marc Douglas C. Cagas IV Nacionalista 1
2nd Franklin P. Bautista Lakas–Kampi 1
Davao Oriental 1st Nelson L. Dayanghirang Nacionalista 1
2nd Thelma Z. Almario Lakas–Kampi 1
Dinagat Islands Lone Glenda B. Ecleo Lakas–Kampi 3
Eastern Samar Lone Teodolo M. Coquilla Lakas–Kampi 1
Guimaras Lone Joaquin Carlos Rahman A. Nava Lakas–Kampi 1
Ifugao Lone Solomon R. Chungalao Lakas–Kampi 3
Ilocos Norte 1st Roque R. Ablan, Jr. Lakas–Kampi 3
2nd Ferdinand R. Marcos, Jr. Nacionalista 1
Ilocos Sur 1st Ronald V. Singson Lakas–Kampi 1
2nd Eric D. Singson Lakas–Kampi 3
Iloilo 1st Janette L. Garin Lakas–Kampi 2
2nd Judy J. Syjuco Lakas–Kampi 2
3rd Arthur D. Defensor, Sr. Lakas–Kampi 3
4th Ferjenel G. Biron Nacionalista 2
5th Niel C. Tupas, Jr. Liberal/UGYON 1
Iloilo City Lone Raul T. Gonzalez, Jr. Lakas–Kampi 2
Isabela 1st Rodolfo T. Albano Lakas–Kampi 2
2nd Edwin C. Uy Liberal 3
3rd Faustino G. Dy III NPC 3
4th Giorgidi B. Aggabao NPC 1
Kalinga Lone Manuel S. Agyao Lakas–Kampi 1
La Union 1st Victor Francisco C. Ortega Lakas–Kampi 1
2nd Tomas M. Dumpit, Jr. Lakas–Kampi 1
Laguna 1st Danilo Ramon S. Fernandez[n 4] Lakas–Kampi 1
2nd Justin Marc S.B. Chipeco Nacionalista 2
3rd Maria Evita R. Arago Liberal 1
4th Edgar S. San Luis NPC 1
Lanao del Norte 1st Vicente F. Belmonte, Jr. Liberal 1
2nd Abdullah D. Dimaporo Lakas–Kampi 3
Lanao del Sur 1st Faysah R.P.M. Dumarpa Nacionalista 3
2nd Pangalian M. Balindong Lakas–Kampi 1
Las Piñas City Lone Cynthia A. Villar Nacionalista 3
Leyte 1st Ferdinand Martin G. Romualdez Lakas–Kampi 1
2nd Trinidad G. Apostol Lakas–Kampi 3
3rd Andreas D. Salvacion, Jr. Lakas–Kampi 1
4th Eufrocino C. Codilla, Sr. Lakas–Kampi 3
5th Carmen L. Cari Lakas–Kampi 3
Maguindanao 1st Didagen P. Dilangalen PMP 1
2nd Simeon A. Datumanong Lakas–Kampi 2
Makati City 1st Teodoro L. Locsin, Jr. PDP–Laban 3
2nd Mar-Len Abigail S. Binay PDP–Laban 1
Malabon CityNavotas City Lone Josephine R. Lacson-Noel[n 5][21] NPC 1
Mandaluyong City Lone Neptali M. Gonzales II Liberal 1
Manila 1st Benjamin D.R. Asilo Liberal/KKK 1
2nd Jaime C. Lopez Liberal/KKK 3
3rd Maria Zenaida B. Angping NPC 1
4th Maria Theresa B. David Lakas–Kampi 1
5th Amado S. Bagatsing Lakas–Kampi 1
6th Bienvenido M. Abante, Jr. Lakas–Kampi 2
Marikina City 1st Marcelino Teodoro Independent 1
2nd Del R. De Guzman Liberal 3
Marinduque Lone Carmencita O. Reyes Liberal 1
Masbate 1st Narciso R. Bravo, Jr. Lakas–Kampi 2
2nd Antonio T. Kho Lakas–Kampi 1
3rd Rizalina L. Seachon-Lanete NPC 2
Misamis Occidental 1st Marina P. Clarete Nacionalista 1
2nd Herminia D. Ramiro Lakas–Kampi 3
Misamis Oriental 1st   Vacant[n 6]
2nd Yevgeny Vicente B. Emano Nacionalista 1
Mountain Province Lone   Vacant[n 7]
Muntinlupa City Lone Rozzano Rufino B. Biazon Liberal 3
Negros Occidental 1st Julio A. Ledesma IV NPC 1
2nd Alfredo D. Marañon III Lakas–Kampi 2
3rd Jose Carlos V. Lacson Lakas–Kampi/UNA 3
4th Jeffrey P. Ferrer NPC 1
5th Ignacio T. Arroyo, Jr. Lakas–Kampi/UNA 2
6th Genaro M. Alvarez, Jr. NPC 1
Negros Oriental 1st Jocelyn S. Limkaichong Liberal 1
2nd George P. Arnaiz NPC 1
3rd Pryde Henry A. Teves Lakas–Kampi 1
North Cotabato 1st Emmylou J. Taliño-Mendoza Lakas–Kampi 3
2nd Bernardo F. Piñol, Jr. Liberal 1
Northern Samar 1st Paul R. Daza Liberal 1
2nd Emil L. Ong Lakas–Kampi 1
Nueva Ecija 1st Eduardo Nonato N. Joson Independent/BALANE 1
2nd Joseph Gilbert F. Violago Lakas–Kampi 1
3rd Czarina D. Umali Lakas–Kampi 1
4th Rodolfo W. Antonino Lakas–Kampi 2
Nueva Vizcaya Lone Carlos M. Padilla Nacionalista/Abante 1
Occidental Mindoro Lone Ma. Amelita C. Villarosa Lakas–Kampi 2
Oriental Mindoro 1st Rodolfo G. Valencia Lakas–Kampi 2
2nd Alfonso V. Umali, Jr. Liberal 3
Palawan 1st Antonio C. Alvarez Lakas–Kampi 2
2nd Abraham Kahlil B. Mitra Liberal 3
Pampanga 1st Carmelo F. Lazatin Lakas–Kampi 1
2nd Juan Miguel M. Arroyo Lakas–Kampi 2
3rd Aurelio D. Gonzales, Jr. Lakas–Kampi 1
4th Anna York P. Bondoc Nacionalista 2
Pangasinan 1st Arthur F. Celeste Lakas–Kampi 2
2nd Victor F. Agbayani Liberal 1
3rd Ma. Rachel J. Arenas Lakas–Kampi 1
4th Jose C. de Venecia, Jr. Independent 3
5th Marcos O. Cojuangco NPC 3
6th Conrado M. Estrella III NPC 3
Parañaque City 1st Eduardo C. Zialcita Nacionalista 3
2nd Roilo S. Golez Liberal 2
Pasay City Lone Jose Antonio F. Roxas Lakas–Kampi 1
Pasig City Lone Roman T. Romulo Lakas–Kampi 1
Quezon 1st Wilfrido Mark C. Enverga Nacionalista 1
2nd Proceso J. Alcala Liberal 2
3rd Danilo E. Suarez Lakas–Kampi 2
4th Lorenzo R. Tanada III Liberal 2
Quezon City 1st Vincent P. Crisologo Nacionalista 2
2nd Mary Ann L. Susano PMP 2
3rd Matias V. Defensor, Jr. Lakas–Kampi 2
4th Nanette Castelo-Daza Liberal 3
Quirino Lone Junie E. Cua Lakas–Kampi 3
Rizal 1st Michael John R. Duavit NPC 3
2nd Adeline Rodriguez-Zaldarriaga NPC 1
Romblon Lone Eleandro Jesus F. Madrona Nacionalista 1
Samar 1st Reynaldo S. Uy Lakas–Kampi 3
2nd Sharee Ann S. Tan Lakas–Kampi 1
San Jose del Monte City Lone Arturo C. Robes Lakas–Kampi 1
San Juan City Lone Ronaldo B. Zamora Nacionalista 3
Sarangani Lone Erwin L. Chongbian Lakas–Kampi/SARRO 3
Siquijor Lone Orlando B. Fua Lakas–Kampi 1
Sorsogon 1st Salvador H. Escudero III NPC 1
2nd Jose G. Solis Lakas–Kampi 3
South Cotabato 1st Darlene R. Antonino-Custodio NPC/AIM 3
2nd Arthur Y. Pingoy, Jr. Lakas–Kampi 3
Southern Leyte Lone Roger G. Mercado Lakas–Kampi 2
Sultan Kudarat 1st Datu Pax S. Mangudadatu Lakas–Kampi 1
2nd Arnold F. Go Lakas–Kampi 1
Sulu 1st Yusoph H. Jikri NPC 1
2nd Munir M. Arbison NPC 3
Surigao del Norte 1st Francisco T. Matugas Lakas–Kampi/Padajon 1
2nd Guillermo A. Romarate, Jr. Lakas–Kampi/Padajon 1
Surigao del Sur 1st Philip A. Pichay Lakas–Kampi 1
2nd Florencio C. Garay Nacionalista 1
Taguig City Lone Angelito P. Reyes Lingkod Taguig 1
Taguig CityPateros Lone Ma. Laarni L. Cayetano Nacionalista 1
Tarlac 1st Monica Louie Prieto-Teodoro Lakas–Kampi 1
2nd   Vacant[n 8][22]
3rd Jeci A. Lapus Lakas–Kampi 1
Tawi-Tawi Lone Nur G. Jaafar Lakas–Kampi 2
Valenzuela City 1st Rexlon T. Gatchalian NPC 1
2nd Magtanggol T. Gunigundo I Lakas–Kampi 1
Zambales 1st Ma. Milagros H. Magsaysay Lakas–Kampi 2
2nd Antonio M. Diaz Lakas–Kampi 2
Zamboanga City 1st Maria Isabelle G. Climaco Liberal 1
2nd Erico Basilio A. Fabian Nacionalista 2
Zamboanga del Norte 1st Cecilia G. Jalosjos-Carreon Lakas–Kampi 3
2nd Rosendo S. Labadlabad Liberal 1
3rd Cesar G. Jalosjos Lakas–Kampi 2
Zamboanga del Sur 1st Victor J. Yu NPC 1
2nd Antonio H. Cerilles Lakas–Kampi 2
Zamboanga Sibugay 1st Belma A. Cabilao Lakas–Kampi 3
2nd Dulce Ann K. Hofer Lakas–Kampi 1
Sectoral Representatives
Party-List Representative Term
Aangat Tayo (AT) Daryl Grace J. Abayon 1
Abakada Guro (ABAKADA) Jonathan A. Dela Cruz 1
Abono Robert Raymund M. Estrella 1
Francisco Emmanuel R. Ortega III 1
Arts, Business and Science Professionals (ABS) Catalina G. Leonen-Pizarro 1
Advocacy for Teacher Empowerment Through Action, Cooperation and Harmony Towards Educational Reforms, Inc. Mariano U. Piamonte 1
Ulpiano P. Sarmiento III 1
Alyansa ng Bayanihan ng Magsasaka, manggagawang Bukid at Mangingisda (ABA; formerly known as ABA-AKO) Leonardo Q. Montemayor 1
Agricultural Sector Alliance of the Philippines, Inc. (AGAP) Nicanor M. Briones 1
Caesar A. Cobrador 1
Akbayan Citizens' Action Party Walden F. Bello 1
Ana Theresia Hontiveros-Baraquel 2
Alagad Rodante D. Marcoleta 2
Diogenes S. Osabel 2
Alliance of Rural Concerns (ARC) Oscar D. Francisco 2
Narciso D. Santiago III 1
An Waray Florencio G. Noel 2
Alliance for Nationalism and Democracy (ANAD) Pastor M. Alcover, Jr. 1
Anak Mindanao (AMIN) Neil Benedict A. Montejo 1
Mujiv S. Hataman 3
Anak Pawis Joel B. Maglungsod 1
Rafael V. Mariano[n 9][23] 2
Ang Laban ng Indiginong Filipino (ALIF) Acmad M. Tomawis 2
Arts Business and Science Professionals (ABS) Catalina G. Leonen-Pizarro 1
Association of Philippine Electric Cooperatives (APEC) Ernesto C. Pablo 3
Edgar L. Valdez 3
Barangay Association for National Advancement & Transparency (BANAT) Salvador B. Britanico 1
Bayan Muna Teodoro A. Casiño 2
Neri J. Colmenares 1
Satur C. Ocampo 3
Buhay Hayaan Yumabong Ma. Carissa A. Coscolluela 1
William Irwin C. Tieng 1
Rene M. Velarde 3
Butil Farmers Party (BUTIL) Vacant[n 10][24]
Agapito H. Guanlao 1
Citizen's Battle Against Corruption[25] Emmanuel Joel J. Villanueva 3
Cinchona C. Gonzales 1
Coalition of Associations of Senior Citizens in the Country (SENIOR CITIZENS) Godofredo V. Arquiza 1
Cooperative NATCCO Network Party (COOP-NATCCO) Cresente C. Paez 1
Jose R. Ping-ay 1
Gabriela Women's Party Luzviminda Ilagan 1
Liza L. Largoza-Maza 3
Kabataan Partylist Raymond V. Palatino 1
Kapatiran ng mga Nakakulong na Walang Sala (KAKUSA) Ranulfo P. Canonigo 1
Kasangga sa Kaunlaran (Ang Kasangga) Ma. Lourdes T. Arroyo 1
Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP) Raymond Democrito C. Mendoza 1
The True Marcos Loyalist (For God, Country and People) Association of the Philippines (BANTAY) Jovito S. Palparan, Jr. 1
United Movement Against Drugs Foundation (UNI-MAD) Teodoro L. Lim 1
United Transport Koalisyon (1-UTAK) Vigor Ma. D. Mendoza II 1
Veterans Freedom Party (VFP) Estrella DL. Santos 2
You Against Corruption and Poverty (YACAP) Carol Jane B. Lopez 1
Haron D. Omar 1

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Based on the Certificates of Candidacies.
  2. ^ Based upon election for the Senate President on November 17, 2008. Those who voted for Enrile is the majority bloc, those who voter otherwise, abstained or did not vote is the minority bloc.[16]
  3. ^ Rep. Antonio V. Cuenco (Lakas-Kampi-CMD/Kusug/PROMDI) was appointed as Secretary-General of the ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly (AIPA) on February 4, 2010.
  4. ^ Rep. Danilo Ramon Fernandez (Lakas–Kampi) was disqualified by the House Electoral Tribunal on November 20, 2009. However the ruling was reversed by the Supreme Court on January 4, 2010.
  5. ^ Replaced Alvin S. Sandoval (Lakas–Kampi) as per House Electoral Tribunal decision on November 17, 2009.
  6. ^ Rep. Danilo P. Lagbas (Lakas-CMD) died on June 7, 2008 "Archived copy". Archived from the original on June 10, 2008. Retrieved June 9, 2008.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link).
  7. ^ Rep. Victor S. Dominguez (KAMPI) died on February 8, 2008.[1].
  8. ^ Rep. Jose V. Yap (Lakas-Kampi-CMD) died on March 2, 2010.
  9. ^ Rep. Crispin B. Beltran (Anak Pawis) died on May 20, 2008. He was replaced by Raphael V. Mariano.
  10. ^ Rep. Leonila V. Chavez (PL-BUTIL) died on January 29, 2010.

Further readingEdit

  • Philippine House of Representatives Congressional Library
  • Corazon L. Paras. (2000). The Presidents of the Senate of the Republic of the Philippines. Quezon City: Giraffe Books. ISBN 971-8832-24-6.


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