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The legislature in any society performs the important function of deliberating policies for the people and passing them in the form of statutes. Although the Philippine Legislature was organized only in 1916, it had deep roots in the past.

Long before the Spanish rulers came to the Philippines, the people in their barangays were already governed by a set of rules by their chief. Over the long span of Spanish and American rule, various forms of legislative structures were set up to perpetuate the colonial rulers’ desire to rule the country.
 
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Senate PublicationsPerformance of the Senate  
16th Congress 1st Regular Session
July 22, 2013 - June 13, 2014 (4.1 MB)

"The First Regular Session of the 16th Congress has afforded us the opportunity to prove the stability of our institution in the face of adversity."

- Senate President Franklin M. Drilon   (Download)



Senate Publications(SEPO) At A Glance - Tourism  
October 2014 (681 KB)

The tourism industry in the Philippines is an amalgam of services captured in the sectors of hotels and restaurants, transportation, food and beverage, entertainment, and retail trade, among others. An important part of the economy, it is a major contributor in terms of income, employment and foreign exchange earnings.         (SEPO publications)


Senate PublicationsSTSRO TAX Bits: An analysis of tax and fiscal policy provisions of the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) as contained under Senate Bill No. (SBN) 2408
November-December 2014 (5.7MB)

This alludes to SBN 2408 entitled: “An Act Providing For The Basic Law For The Bangsamoro And Abolishing The Autonomous Region In Muslim Mindanao, Repealing For The Purpose Republic Act No. 9054, Entitled ‘An Act To Strengthen And Expand The Organic Act For The Autonomous Region In Muslim Mindanao,‘ And Republic Act No. 6734, Entitled ‘An Act Providing For An Organic Act For The Autonomous Region In Muslim Mindanao,’ And For Other Purposes.” (STSRO publications)


STSRO - COCCTRP Materials

Materials for the 2014 Second Meeting of the Joint Congressional Oversight Committee on the Comprehensive Tax Reform Program (COCCTRP) (download)

Letter of BIR Commissioner Henares to the COCCTRP dated 12 November 2014   (download)


Senate PublicationsLBRMO Budget Facts & Figures: 25 Years of CARP
April-June 2014 (1.4 MB)

I. INTRODUCTION

Land reform policies have been in the political agenda in the country since the Commonwealth period. In fact, the Philippine Agrarian Reform Program is one of the longest-running programs of its kind anywhere in the world.1   (LBRMO publications)



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Museum The Senate Museum

Enclosed in the walls of the Senate museum is a repository of our country's rich legislative tradition, the Philippine Senate's long and illustrious heritage that serves as the bastion of our nation's freedom.

The museum houses materials that show the mandates of the Senate under the Jones Law, and a host of congressional records, bills, resolutions and republic acts.

President's Corner
Speech of Senate President Franklin M. Drilon
Philippine Librarians Association Inc. National Congress
Century Park Hotel, Manila
November 26, 2014



ADDRESSING CHALLENGES, SEIZING OPPORTUNITIES

First let me greet Dr. Marilou Tadlip, Head of the National Committee on Library and Information Services; the President of the Philippine Librarian Association Incorporated, Mrs. Elizabeth Peralejo; the Executive Vice President and Conference Chair of the Philippines, Mr. Michael Pinto; Prof. Rhea Ravena Apolinario, our emcee; friends, ladies and gentlemen good morning.  
Live Webcast of Plenary Session
Senate Hearing
Session is adjourned until 3:00 p.m.
Monday, January 19, 2015
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SBN = Senate Bill No.
SRN = Proposed Senate Resolution No.
Journal No. = Journal Session No.
CR No. = Committee Report No.
RA No. = Republic Act No.
Res. No. = Adopted Senate Resolution No.
Ct. Res. No. = Concurrent Resolution No.
Jt. Res. No. = Joint Resolution No.

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