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Richer today than yesterday

In current events, Politics on June 5, 2009 at 6:06 AM

Here are the names of the Congressmen who are now richer today than yesterday by saying yes to a Constituent Assembly.


National Capital Region
Vincent P. Crisologo, Quezon City
Matias V. Defensor, Jr., Quezon City
Mary Ann L. Susano, Quezon City
Nanette Castelo-Daza, Quezon City
Bienvenido M. Abante Jr., Manila
Jaime C. Lopez, Manila
Maria Zenaida B. Angping, Manila
Maria Theresa B. David, Manila
Amado S. Bagatsing, Manila
Daniel R. De Guzman, Marikina City
Marcelino R. Teodoro, Marikina City
Eduardo C. Zialcita, Parañaque City
Henry M. Dueñas, Jr., Taguig
Alvin S. Sandoval, Malabon City-Navotas City
Jose Antonio F. Roxas, Pasay City
Oscar G. Malapitan, Caloocan City
Mary Mitzi L. Cajayon, Caloocan City
Roman T. Romulo, Pasig City
Rexlon T. Gatchalian, Valenzuela City
Magtanggol T. Gunigundo I, Valenzuela City

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HR 1109

In current events, Politics on June 4, 2009 at 8:38 AM

House Resolution 1109 was filed by and pushed in the House of Representatives. It aims to convene a constituent assembly to modify or put new rules in our constitution.

I had an encounter with our current constitution when i was still in school (in my  political science subject and was it social studies in High school?). back then I was just contented of knowing that we have a constitution. But now, I  want some improvement in our constitution, mainly for us to be able to ride the wave of the changing times and be able to change the future for the Filipino people.

So i think its not a question of changing/modifying our constitution or not. But the questionssss should be :

  1. What changes do we intend to make? What do we add, what do we erase, etc. etc..
  2. Who will change it?
  3. By what means are we going to do this?
  4. When are we going to change it?

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