LIST: Senate committee chairmanships for 19th Congress | Inquirer News

LIST: Senate committee chairmanships for 19th Congress

/ 05:57 PM July 06, 2022
Senate President Pro Tempore Juan Miguel Zubiri on Wednesday showed the committee chairmanships in the upper chamber for the 19th Congress.

Sen. Juan Miguel Zubiri —Senate PRIB file photo

MANILA, Philippines — Senate President Pro Tempore Juan Miguel Zubiri on Wednesday showed the committee chairmanships in the upper chamber for the 19th Congress.

Zubiri is poised to take the helm as Senate president while Senator Loren Legarda is set to be the Senate President Pro Tempore. Both have no committee chairmanship.

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Meanwhile, Senator Imee Marcos might head four panels, the most number among 24 senators.

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On the other hand, Senators Koko Pimentel and Alan Peter Cayetano — who are possible members of the Senate minority bloc along with Senators Risa Hontiveros and Pia Cayetano — will not chair any panel to date.

Below is the list of Senate committee chairmanships and positions for the 19th Congress as of July 6 as shared by Zubiri:

  • Senator Loren Legarda – Senate President Pro Tempore
  • Senator Joel Villanueva – Senate Majority Leader; Committee on Rules
  • Senator Sonny Angara – Committee on Finance; Committee on Youth
  • Senator Nancy Binay – Committee on Accounts; Committee on Tourism
  • Senator Ronald Dela Rosa – Committee on Public Order and Dangerous Drugs; Special Committee on Marawi City Rehabilitation and Victim’s Compensation
  • Senator JV Ejercito – Committee on Local Government; Committee on Urban Planning, Housing, and Resettlement
  • Senator Francis Escudero – Committee on Higher, Technical and Vocational Education
  • Senator Jinggoy Estrada – Committee on Labor, Employment and Human Resources Development; Committee on National Defense and Security, Peace, Unification and Reconciliation
  • Senator Sherwin Gatchalian – Committee on Ways and Means; Committee on Basic Education, Arts, and Culture
  • Senator Christopher Go – Committee on Health and Demography; Committee on Sports
  • Senator Lito Lapid – Committee on Games and Amusement
  • Senator Imee Marcos – Committee on Foreign Relations; Committee on Cooperatives; Committee on Social Justice, Welfare and Rural Development; Committee on Electoral Reforms and People’s Participation
  • Senator Robin Padilla – Committee on Constitutional Amendments and Revision of Codes; Committee on Public Information and Mass Media
  • Senator Grace Poe – Committee on Public Services; Committee on Economic Affairs
  • Senator Ramon Revilla – Committee on Public Works; Committee on Civil Service, Government Reorganization and Professional Regulation
  • Senator Francis Tolentino – Committee on Accountability of Public Officers and Investigation (Blue Ribbon); Committee on Science and Technology; Committee on Justice
  • Senator Raffy Tulfo – Committee on Energy; Committee on Migrant Workers
  • Senator Cynthia Villar – Committee on Agriculture, Food and Agrarian Reform; Committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Climate Change
  • Senator Mark Villar – Committee on Trade, Commerce and Entrepreneurship; Committee on Banks, Financial Institutions and Currencies
  • Senator Risa Hontiveros – Committee on Women, Children, Family Relations and Gender Equality
  • Senator Pia Cayetano – Committee on Sustainable Development Goals, Innovations and Futures Thinking
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