Sino pa nga ba?! Find out who voted against bill on Marcos holiday in Ilocos Norte

Sino pa nga ba?! Find out who voted against bill on Marcos holiday in Ilocos Norte

 


Its recorded in the minutes of Congress.

Earlier this month the House of representatives passed in third reading the bill which would declare every September 11 of every year a  a special non-working holiday in Ilocos Norte to commemorate the birthday of the late President Ferdinand E. Marcos.

The final vote was 197-9 with one abstention, that pave the way for House Bill 7137 or the proposed law on a “Ferdinand Edralin Marcos” Day for Ilocos Norte.

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Base on the House’s Journal No. 5 for the second regular session,nine (9) lawmakers voted against the House Bill.

And how come we are not surprised who are these party-poopers:

– Quezon City 6th District Rep. Jose Christopher “Kit” Belmonte

– Camarines Sur 3rd District Rep. Gabriel Bordado Jr.

 – Bukidnon 2nd district Rep. Jonathan Keith Flores

– Bayan Muna party-list Rep. Ferdinand Gaite

– Albay 1st District Rep. Edcel Lagman

– Bayan Muna party-list Rep. Carlos Zarate

Cebu 2nd District Rep. Rodrigo Abellanosa abstained from voting.

– ACT Teachers party-list Rep. France Castro

– Bayan Muna party-list Rep. Eufemia Cullamat

 

On the footnote, it stated that Kabataan party-list Rep. Sarah Elago also voted against HB 7137 while Basilan Rep. Mujiv Hataman abstained. However, their votes were received only after the official voting results on the bill was announced.

 

 

 

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