Tag: Senate

Interview on DZMM: Death Penalty Bill, National ID Law, Corruption at BOC | July 25, 2019

In an interview on DZMM, Sen. Lacson answered questions on:
– death penalty bill covering lawmen who ‘plant’ evidence
– implementation of the National ID law
– corruption at the Bureau of Customs

Related:
FAQ about the National ID System
Senate Bill 27: An Act Reinstituting the Death Penalty in the Philippines
Quotes from the interview…Β 

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Sen. Lacson’s Chairmanship and Membership in Senate Committees

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In the 18th Congress, Sen. Lacson is chairman of the Senate Committees on:
1. Defense and National Security
2. Accounts

He is vice chairman of the following Senate committees:
1. Electoral Reforms
2. Constitutional Amendments and Revision of Codes
3. Justice and Human Rights
4. Public Order and Dangerous Drugs
5. Games and Amusement
6. Finance
7. Public Services

He is a member of the Senate committees on:
1. Rules
2. Health and Demography
3. Urban Planning, Housing and Resettlement
4. Local Government
5. Energy
6. Foreign Relations
7. Basic Education, Arts and Culture
8. Higher and Technical Education
9. Labor, Employment and Human Resource Development
10. Agriculture and Food
11. Accountability of Public Officers and Investigations (Blue Ribbon)
12. Public Information and Mass Media
13. Public Works
14. Ethics and Privileges
15. Climate Change
16. Ways and Means

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Congratulations, Sen. Manny Pacquiao! πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­πŸ₯ŠπŸ’ͺπŸ‘

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Sen. Lacson (second from left) joins colleagues in congratulating Sen. Manny Pacquiao for his WBA super welterweight victory over Keith ThurmanΒ last July 21 (Manila time).Β πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­πŸ₯ŠπŸ’ͺπŸ‘

Opening of the Senate’s First Regular Session in the 18th Congress

Sen. Lacson administered the oath to Senate President-elect Vicente “Tito” Sotto III at the opening of the First Regular Session of the 18th Congress.

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#PingSays: ‘Shared’ House Speakership; Death Penalty Bill; Sen. Bato | July 9, 2019

In an interview, Sen. Lacson answered questions on:
possible effects of a ‘shared’ House Speakership
– possible ‘pork’ in the budget,Β amending the 1987 Constitution
– Senate’s continued independence even with ‘the President’s men’
– passage of death penalty bill
– Sen dela Rosa’s ‘S*** happens’ statement

Quotes from the interview…
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🌐 3 senators get 100% attendance during 17th Congress [PNA]

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From the PNA: Records from the Senate Journal Service showed Senate President Vicente Sotto III, Majority Leader Juan Miguel Zubiri and Senator Panfilo Lacson were present in all of the 229 plenary sessions.

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Interview on DZRH: ‘Conflict of Interest’ at PhilHealth | June 20, 2019

In an interview on DZRH, Sen. Lacson answered questions on:
– DOH Sec Duque’s possible conflict of interest
– need for ‘overhaul’ at PhilHealth
– 22 fishermen abandoned by Chinese crew at West PH Sea
– Senate independence in the 18th Congress

Quotes from the interview…
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Interview on CNN Philippines: Maritime ‘Hit-and-Run’ at West Philippine Sea; New Irregularity at PhilHealth | June 18, 2019

In an interview on CNN Philippines, Sen. Lacson answered questions on:
– President Duterte’s take on the ‘hit-and-run’ at the West Philippine Sea
– newly discovered irregularity involving the PhilHealth board

Quotes from the interview…
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πŸ“° Perfect attendance for Sotto, Lacson in 17th Congress [Inquirer]

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From the Inquirer: β€œSotto and Lacson have managed to keep a perfect attendance all throughout the 17th Congress, having accomplished the same in the first and second regular sessions in 2016 and 2017, respectively.”
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Session Adjourned, Sine Die!

Sen. Lacson joins colleagues and officials of the Philippine Senate in posing for photos after the adjournment of the third regular session of the 17th Congress on June 4, 2019.

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