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The legislative power is vested in Congress, which consists of the Senate and the House of Representatives. Image File history File links Summary The House of the Representatives Official Seal. ... Image File history File links Summary The Session Hall of the Congress. ... Image File history File links Summary The Session Hall of the Congress. ...


The Senate is composed of 24 senators who are elected at large. The House of Representatives is composed of not more than 250 members who are elected from legislative districts apportioned among the provinces, cities and Metro Manila and through a party-list system of registered national, regional, and sectoral parties or organizations.


A legislative district comprises, as far as practicable, contiguous, compact, and adjacent territory. Each city with a population of at least two hundred fifty thousand, or each province, should have at least one representative. This article is about political regions. ...


The party-list representatives should constitute 20 percent of the total number of representatives including those under the party list. The seats should be elected from the labor, peasant, urban poor, indigenous cultural communities, women, youth, and other sectors as provided by law, except the religious sector.


The Senate and the House of Representatives each have an electoral tribunal which acts as the sole judge of all contests relating to the election, returns, and qualifications of their respective members. Each electoral tribunal is composed of nine members, three of whom are justices of the Supreme Court who are assigned to the tribunal by the chief justice; the remaining six are the members of the Senate or the House of Representatives chosen on the basis of proportional representation from the political parties and the parties or organizations registered under the party-list system. The senior justice in the electoral tribunal will be constituted within 30 days after the Senate and the House of Representatives shall have been organized with the election of the president of the Senate and the Speaker.


The Powers of the Congress

The following are the list of powers of what congressman/woman can do.

  • To enact laws, including appropriation and taxation measures
  • To conduct legislative investigations
  • To request heads of departments to appear before it
  • To act as Board of Canvassers for the Presidential elections
  • To call for special elections for the presidency and the vice presidency
  • To declare war and delegate emergency powers
  • To revoke or extend the privilege of the habeas corpus or declare martial law
  • To concur in the presidential power to grant amnesty
  • To confirm certain appointments made by the President
  • To approve treaties and international agreements
  • To determine the President's physical fitness to discharge the duties of his or her office
  • To impeach the President, the Vice President, members of the Supreme Court, members of the constitutional commissions, and the Ombudsman
  • To allow utilization of natural resources
  • To amend the Constitution

House Members of the 13th Congress (236 Members)

  1. Abad, Henedina R. Batanes, Lone District, LP
  2. Abalos, Benjamin Jr. D. Mandaluyong, Lone District, LAKAS-CMD
  3. Abante, Bienvenido Jr. M Manila, 6th District, LAKAS-CMD
  4. Abaya, Joseph Emilio A. Cavite, 1st District, LP
  5. Abayon, Harlin C. Northern Samar, 1st District, LP
  6. Ablan, Roque Jr. R. Ilocos Norte, 1st District, LAKAS-CMD-KBL
  7. Abubakar, Anuar J. Tawi-Tawi, Lone District, LAKAS-NUCD-UMDP
  8. Acosta, J.R. Nereus O. Bukidnon, 1st District, LP
  9. Agarao, Benjamin Jr. C. Laguna, 4th District, LDP
  10. Agbayani, Rodolfo Q. Nueva Vizcaya, Lone District, LDP-KNP
  11. Aguja, Mario 'Mayong' Joyo PL - AKBAYAN
  12. Albano, Rodolfo III T. Isabela, 1st District, KAMPI
  13. Alcala, Proceso J. Quezon, 2nd District, LP
  14. Alfelor, Felix Jr. R. Camarines Sur, 4th District, LAKAS-KAMPI
  15. Almario, Mayo Z. Davao Oriental, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD
  16. Alvarez, Antonio C. Palawan, 1st District, KAMPI
  17. Alvarez, Genaro Rafael III K. Negros Occidental, 6th District, NPC-KAMPI
  18. Amante, Ma. Angelica Rosedell M. Agusan del Norte, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD
  19. Amatong, Prospero S. Compostela Valley, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD
  20. Amin, Hussin U. Sulu, 1st District, LAKAS-CMD
  21. Andaya, Rolando Jr. G. Camarines Sur, 1st District, LP
  22. Angara, Juan Edgardo M. Aurora, Lone District, LDP
  23. Antonino, Rodolfo W. Nueva Ecija, 4th District, KAMPI
  24. Antonino-Custodio, Darlene R. South Cotabato, 1st District, NPC
  25. Apostol, Trinidad 'Ebbie' G. Leyte, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD
  26. Aquino, Agapito S. Makati City, 2nd District, LDP
  27. Aquino, Benigno Simeon III C. Tarlac, 2nd District, LP
  28. Aquino, Rey B., M.D. Pampanga, 3rd District, LAKAS-CMD
  29. Arbison, Munir M. Sulu, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD
  30. Arroyo, Mikey Macapagal Pampanga, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD
  31. Arroyo, Iggy T. Negros Occidental, 5th District, KAMPI
  32. Asistio, Luis A. Kaloocan, 2nd District, NPC
  33. Bacani, Rodolfo C. Manila, 4th District, LP
  34. Baculio, Augusto H. Misamis Oriental, 2nd District, KAMPI
  35. Badelles, Alipio 'Tikbong' V. Lanao Del Norte, 1st District, NPC
  36. Banaag, Leovigildo B. Agusan Del Norte, 1st District, LAKAS-CMD
  37. Barbers, Ace S. Surigao Del Norte, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD
  38. Barinaga, Roseller L. Zamboanga Del Norte, 2nd District, NPC
  39. Baterina, Salacnib F. Ilocos Sur, 1st District, LAKAS
  40. Bautista, Claude P. Davao Del Sur, 2nd District, NPC
  41. Beltran, Crispin B. PL - ANAKPAWIS
  42. Bersamin, Luis Jr. P. Abra, Lone District, KAMPI
  43. Biazon, Rozzano Rufino B. Muntinlupa City, Lone District, LP
  44. Biron, Ferjenel G., M.D. Iloilo, 4th District, KAMPI
  45. Bondoc, Anna York P. , M.D. Pampanga, 4th District, LAKAS-NPC
  46. Bravo, Narciso Jr. R. Masbate, 1st District, KAMPI
  47. Bueser, Danton Q. Laguna, 3rd District, LP
  48. Bulut, Elias Jr. C. Apayao, Lone District, NPC
  49. Cabilao, Belma A. Zamboanga Sibugay, Lone District, LAKAS-CMD
  50. Cagas, Douglas RA. Davao Del Sur, 1st District, NPC
  51. Cajes, Roberto C. Bohol, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD
  52. Cari, Carmen L. Leyte, 5th District, LAKAS-CMD
  53. Carlos, Bobbit L. , M. D. Valenzuela, 1st District, LAKAS-CMD
  54. Carmona, Tranquilino B. Negros Occidental, 1st District, KAMPI
  55. Casiño, Teodoro A. PL - BAYAN MUNA
  56. Castelo-Daza, Nanette Quezon City, 4th District, LAKAS-CMD
  57. Castro, Fred H. Capiz, 2nd District, LP
  58. Cayetano, Alan Peter S. Pateros-Taguig, Lone District, NP
  59. Celeste, Arthur F. Pangasinan, 1st District, KAMPI
  60. Cerilles, Antonio H. Zamboanga del Sur, 2nd District, NPC
  61. Chatto, Edgar M. Bohol, 1st District, LAKAS-CMD
  62. Chavez , Leonila V. PL-BUTIL
  63. Chiongbian, Erwin L. Sarangani, Lone District, SARRO-LAKAS-CMD
  64. Chipeco, Justin 'Timmy' SB. Laguna, 2nd District, NP
  65. Chungalao, Solomon R. Ifugao, Lone District, LP
  66. Clarete, Ernie D. Misamis Occidental, 1st District, REPORMA - LM
  67. Codilla, Eufrocino Sr. M. Leyte, 4th District, LAKAS-CMD
  68. Cojuangco, Carlos O. Negros Occidental, 4th District, NPC
  69. Cojuangco, Mark O. Pangasinan, 5th District, NPC
  70. Crisologo, Vincent 'Bingbong' P. Quezon City, 1st District, LDP-KNP
  71. Cua, Guillermo P. PL - COOP NATCO
  72. Cua, Junie E. Quirino, Lone District, LP
  73. Cuenco, Antonio V. Cebu City, 2nd District, LAKAS-PROMDI-BOPK
  74. Dadivas, Rodriguez D. Capiz, 1st District, LP
  75. Dangwa, Samuel M. Benguet, Lone District, LAKAS
  76. Datumanong ,Simeon A. Maguindanao, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD
  77. De Guzman, Del R. Marikina City, Lone District, LAKAS-CMD
  78. De Venecia, Jose Jr. Pangasinan, 4th District, LAKAS-CMD
  79. Defensor, Arthur D. Iloilo, 3rd District, LAKAS-CMD
  80. Defensor, Matias, Jr. V. Quezon City, 3rd District, LP
  81. Del Mar, Raul V. Cebu City, 1st District, LAKAS
  82. Diaz, Antonio M. Zambales, 2nd District, LP
  83. Dilangalen, Baisendig G. Maguindanao, 1st District, PMP-KNP
  84. Dimaporo, Abdullah D. Lanao Del Norte, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD
  85. Dominguez, Victor S. Mt. Province, Lone District, KAMPI
  86. Domogan, Mauricio G. Baguio, Lone District, LAKAS
  87. Duavit, Michael John 'Jack' R. Rizal, 1st District, NPC
  88. Dumarpa, Faysah RPM Lanao Del Sur, 1st District, LAKAS-CMD
  89. Dumpit, Tomas M. La Union, 2nd District, KAMPI
  90. Durano, Ramon 'Red' VI H. Cebu, 5th District, LAKAS
  91. Dy, Consuelo A. Pasay City, Lone District, KAMPI
  92. Dy, Faustino III G. Isabela, 3rd District, NPC
  93. Ecleo, Glenda B. Surigao Del Norte, 1st District, LAKAS-NUCD
  94. Ermita-Buhain, Eileen Batangas, 1st District, LAKAS-CMD
  95. Escudero, Francis G. Sorsogon, 1st District, NPC
  96. Espina, Gerardo, Jr. J. Biliran, Lone District, KAMPI
  97. Espino, Amado Jr. T. Pangasinan, 2nd District, KAMPI
  98. Espinosa, Edgar T. Guimaras, Lone District,
  99. Espinosa, Emilio Jr. R. Masbate, 2nd District, INA-NPC
  100. Estrella, Conrado III M. Pangasinan, 6th District, NPC
  101. Fabian, Erico Basilio A. Zamboanga City, Lone District, LDP
  102. Falcon, Peter Paul Jed C. Surigao del Sur, 2nd District, KAMPI
  103. Figueroa, Catalino V. Western Samar, 2nd District, KNP
  104. Firmalo, Eduardo C. Romblon, Lone District, KAMPI
  105. Floirendo, Antonio Jr. R. Davao Del Norte, 2nd District, LAKAS-NUCD
  106. Fua, Orlando Jr. A. Siquijor, Lone District, LAKAS-CMD
  107. Fuentebella, Arnulfo P. Camarines Sur, 3rd District, NPC
  108. Garcia, Albert S. Bataan, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD-KAMPI
  109. Garcia, Vincent J. Davao City, 2nd District, NPC
  110. Garin, Janette L. , M.D. Iloilo, 1st District, LAKAS-CMD
  111. Gidaya, Ernesto S. PL - VFP
  112. Golez, Roilo S. Parañaque, 2nd District, KAMPI
  113. Gonzalez, Raul Jr. T. Iloilo City, Lone District, LAKAS-CMD
  114. Gozos, Oscar L. Batangas, 4th District, KAMPI
  115. Guingona, Teofisto 'TG' III L. Bukidnon, 2nd District, LDP
  116. Gullas, Eduardo R. Cebu, 1st District, ALAYON-NP
  117. Hataman, Mujiv PL - AMIN
  118. Hizon, Joey D. Manila, 5th District, LP
  119. Hontiveros-Baraquel, Ana Theresia 'Risa' PL - AKBAYAN
  120. Imperial, Carlos R. Albay, 2nd District, NPC-LAKAS
  121. Ipong, Gregorio T. North Cotabato, 2nd District, NPC
  122. Jala, Eladio M. Bohol, 3rd District, LAKAS
  123. Jalosjos, Cesar G. Zamboanga del Norte, 3rd District, PDSP
  124. Jalosjos-Carreon, Cecilia G. Zamboanga Del Norte, 1st District, PDSP
  125. Jaraula, Constantino G. Cagayan De Oro City, Lone District, LAKAS
  126. Javier, Exequiel B. Antique, Lone District, LAKAS-CMD
  127. Jaworski, Robert 'Dodot' , Jr. Pasig, Lone District, LAKAS-CMD
  128. Joaquin, Uliran T. Laguna, 1st District, NPC
  129. Joson, Josefina M. Nueva Ecija, 1st District, NPC-BALANE
  130. Kintanar, Simeon L. Cebu, 2nd District, NPC
  131. Lacson, Jose Carlos V. Negros Occidental, 3rd District, LAKAS
  132. Lagbas, Danilo P. Misamis Oriental, 1st District, KNP
  133. Lagman, Edcel C. Albay, 1st District, Aksyon Demokratiko
  134. Lapus, Jesli A. Tarlac, 3rd District, NPC
  135. Libanan, Marcelino C. Eastern Samar, Lone District, LAKAS
  136. Locsin, Teodoro Jr. L. Makati City, 1st District, PDP-LABAN
  137. Lopez, Jaime C. Manila, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD
  138. Lopez, Ruy Elias C. Davao City, 3rd District, NPC
  139. Macarambon, Benasing Jr. O. Lanao Del Sur, 2nd District, NPC
  140. Macias, Emilio II C. Negros Oriental, 2nd District, NPC
  141. Madamba, Sunny Rose A. PL - APEC
  142. Magsaysay, Eulogio 'Amang' R. , Ph.D. PL - AVE
  143. Magsaysay, Ma. Milagros 'Mitos' H. Zambales, 1st District, LAKAS
  144. Magtubo, Renato 'Ka Rene' B. PL - PARTIDO NG MANGGAGAWA
  145. Malanyaon, Corazon N. Davao Oriental, 1st District, KAMPI
  146. Malapitan, Oscar G. Kaloocan, 1st District, KNP
  147. Mamba, Manuel N. Cagayan, 3rd District, LP
  148. Mandanas, Hermilando I. Batangas, 2nd District, LP
  149. Mangudadatu, Suharto 'Teng' T. Sultan Kudarat, Lone District, KAMPI
  150. Marañon, Alfredo III D. Negros Occidental, 2nd District, KAMPI
  151. Marcoleta, Rodante D. PL - ALAGAD
  152. Marcos, Imee R. Ilocos Norte, 2nd District, KBL
  153. Mariano, Rafael V. PL - ANAKPAWIS
  154. Martinez, Clavel A. Cebu, 4th District, LAKAS-CMD
  155. Maza, Liza L. PL - GABRIELA
  156. Mercado, Roger G. Southern Leyte, Lone District, LAKAS-CMD
  157. Miraflores, Florencio T. Aklan, Lone District, LP
  158. Miranda, Anthony C. Isabela, 4th District, KAMPI
  159. Mitra, Abraham Kahlil B. Palawan, 2nd District, LP
  160. Nantes, Rafael P. Quezon, 1st District, LP
  161. Nepomuceno, Francis 'Blueboy' L. Pampanga, 1st District, NPC
  162. Nicolas, Reylina G. Bulacan, 4th District, LAKAS-CMD
  163. Nieva, Ernesto 'Banzai' A. Manila, 1st District, LP
  164. Noel, Florencio 'Bem' G. PL - AN WARAY
  165. Nograles, Prospero C. Davao City, 1st District, LAKAS-CMD
  166. Ocampo, Satur C. PL - BAYAN MUNA
  167. Olaño, Arrel R. Davao Del Norte, 1st District, LAKAS-CMD
  168. Ortega, Manuel C. La Union, 1st District, NPC
  169. Pablo, Ernesto 'Ernie' C. PL - APEC
  170. Pancho, Pedro M. Bulacan, 2nd District, KNP-PMP-NPC
  171. Paras, Jacinto V. Negros Oriental, 1st District, LDP
  172. Petilla, Remedios 'Matin' L. Leyte, 1st District, LAKAS-CMD
  173. Pichay, Prospero Jr. A. Surigao Del Sur, 1st District, LAKAS-CMD
  174. Pingoy, Arthur Jr. Y. South Cotabato, 2nd District, NPC
  175. Plaza, Rodolfo 'Ompong' G. Agusan Del Sur, Lone District, NPC
  176. Ponce Enrile, Juan , Jr. C. Cagayan, 1st District, NPC
  177. Puentevella, Monico O. Bacolod City, Lone District, LAKAS
  178. Puno, Ronaldo V. Antipolo City, 1st District, KAMPI
  179. Ramiro, Herminia M. Misamis Occidental, 2nd District, LAKAS
  180. Real, Isidoro Jr. E. Zamboanga Del Sur, 1st District, LAKAS-CMD
  181. Remulla, Gilbert C. Cavite, 2nd District, NP
  182. Remulla, Jesus Crispin C. Cavite, 3rd District, PARTIDO MAGDALO
  183. Reyes, Edmundo Jr. O. Marinduque, Lone District, LAKAS-CMD
  184. Reyes, Victoria H. Batangas, 3rd District, LAKAS-CMD
  185. Roces, Miles M. Manila, 3rd District, LP
  186. Rodriguez, Isidro Jr. S. Rizal, 2nd District, NPC
  187. Roman, Antonino P. Bataan, 1st District, LP
  188. Romualdo, Jurdin Jesus M. Camiguin, Lone District, NPC
  189. Roquero, Eduardo V. , M.D. San Jose Del Monte, Lone District, LAKAS-CMD
  190. Rosales, Loretta Ann P. PL - AKBAYAN
  191. Salapuddin, Gerry A. Basilan, Lone District, LAKAS-CMD
  192. Salceda, Joey Sarte Albay, 3rd District, LAKAS-CMD-KAMPI
  193. Sandoval, Federico II S. Malabon-Navotas, Lone District, LP
  194. Santiago, Joseph A. Catanduanes, Lone District, NPC
  195. Seachon-Lanete, Rizalina Masbate, 3rd District, NPC
  196. Señeres, Christian M. PL - BUHAY
  197. Serapio , Antonio M. Valenzuela, 2nd District, NPC
  198. Silverio, Lorna C. Bulacan, 3rd District, LAKAS-CMD
  199. Singson, Eric D. Ilocos Sur, 2nd District, LP
  200. Solis, Jose G. Sorsogon, 2nd District, KAMPI
  201. Soon-Ruiz, Nerissa Corazon Cebu, 6th District, KAMPI
  202. Suarez, Danilo E. Quezon, 3rd District, LP
  203. Sumulong, Victor R. Antipolo City, 2nd District, KAMPI
  204. Suplico, Rolex T. Iloilo, 5th District, LDP
  205. Susano, Mary Ann L. Quezon City, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD
  206. Sy-Alvarado, Wilhelmino M. Bulacan, 1st District, LAKAS
  207. Syjuco, Judy Iloilo, 2nd District, LP
  208. Taliño-Santos, Emmylou 'Lala' J. North Cotabato, 1st District, NP
  209. Tañada, Lorenzo III R. Quezon, 4th District, LP
  210. Teodoro, Gilberto Jr. C. Tarlac, 1st District, NPC
  211. Teves, Herminio G. Negros Oriental, 3rd District,
  212. Tomawis, Acmad M. PL - ALIF
  213. Tulagan, Generoso DC. Pangasinan, 3rd District, KAMPI
  214. Umali, Alfonso Jr. V. Oriental Mindoro, 2nd District, LP
  215. Umali, Oyie Nueva Ecija, 3rd District, LAKAS-CMD
  216. Unico, Renato 'Kuya Jojo' Jr. J. Camarines Norte, Lone District, LAKAS-CMD-KAMPI
  217. Uy, Edwin C. Isabela, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD
  218. Uy, Reynaldo S. Western Samar, 1st District, LP
  219. Valdez, Edgar L. PL - APEC
  220. Valencia, Rodolfo G. Oriental Mindoro, 1st District, LP
  221. Vargas, Florencio L. Cagayan, 2nd District,
  222. Velarde, Rene M. PL - BUHAY
  223. Veloso, Eduardo K. Leyte, 3rd District, NPC-LAKAS
  224. Vicencio, Romualdo T. Northern Samar, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD
  225. Villafuerte, Luis R. Camarines Sur, 2nd District, KAMPI
  226. Villanueva, Emmanuel Joel J. PL - CIBAC
  227. Villar, Cynthia A. Las Piñas City, Lone District, NP
  228. Villarosa, Ma. Amelita C. Occidental Mindoro, Lone District, KAMPI
  229. Violago, Eleuterio R. Nueva Ecija, 2nd District, LAKAS-CMD
  230. Virador, Joel G. PL - BAYAN MUNA
  231. Wacnang, Laurence B. Kalinga, Lone District, LP
  232. Yapha, Antonio Jr. P. Cebu, 3rd District, NPC-ALAYON
  233. Zamora, Manuel 'Way Kurat' E. Compostela Valley, 1st District, LAKAS
  234. Zamora, Ronaldo B. San Juan, Lone District, PMP
  235. Zialcita, Eduardo C. Parañaque, 1st District, LAKAS-CMD
  236. Zubiri, Juan Miguel F. Bukidnon, 3rd District, LAKAS

Taken from the Official Website download page.


External Links

  • Official Website of the Senate
  • Official Website of the House of Representatives
  • Members of the Congress

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