11th Congress of the Philippines

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11th Congress of the Philippines
July 27, 1998 – June 8, 2001
Official seal of the Congress of the Republic of the Philippines.
PresidentJoseph Estrada (1998-2001)
Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (2001)
Vice PresidentGloria Macapagal-Arroyo (1998-2001)
Teofisto Guingona Jr. (2001)
Senate
Senate PresidentMarcelo Fernan (1998-1999)
Blas Ople (1999-2000)
Franklin Drilon (2000)
Aquilino Pimentel Jr. (2000-2001)
Senate President pro temporeBlas Ople (1998-1999; 2000-2001)
John Henry Osmeña (1999-2000)
Majority leaderFranklin Drilon (1998-2000)
Francisco Tatad (2000-2001)
Loren Legarda (2001)
Minority leaderTeofisto Guingona Jr. (1998-2001)
Francisco Tatad (2001)
Members24
House of Representatives
House SpeakerManuel Villar Jr. (1998-2000)
Arnulfo Fuentabella (2000-2001)
Feliciano Belmonte Jr. (2001)
Majority leaderMar Roxas 1998-2000, Eduardo Gullas 2000-2001
Minority leaderFeliciano Belmonte Jr. (1998-2001)
Arnulfo Fuentabella (2001)
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The Eleventh Congress of the Philippines (Filipino: Ikalabing-isang Kongreso ng Pilipinas) is the meeting of the national legislature of the Republic of the Philippines, composed of the Philippine Senate and House of Representatives. The convening of the 11th Congress followed the 1998 elections, which replaced half of the Senate membership, and the entire membership of the House of Representatives. The Estrada impeachment was the highlight of the 11th Congress.

Sessions[edit]

  • First Regular Session: July 27, 1998 – June 4, 1999
    • First Special Session: January 4 – February 5, 1999
  • Second Regular Session: July 26, 1999 – June 9, 2000
    • Second Special Session: January 3 – February 4, 2000
  • Third Regular Session: July 24, 2000 – June 8, 2001
    • Third Special Session: January 1 – February 16, 2001

Legislation[edit]

Laws passed by the 11th Congress:

Leadership[edit]

Senate[edit]

  • President of the Senate
Marcelo Fernan (LAMMP) (1998-1999)
Blas Ople (LAMMP)(1999-2000)
Franklin Drilon (LAMMP) (2000)
Aquilino Pimentel Jr. (PDP-LABAN) (2000-2001)
  • Senate President Pro-Tempore
Blas Ople (LAMMP) (1998-1999)
John Henry Osmeña (LAMMP) (1999-2000)
Blas Ople (LAAMP) (2000-2001)
  • Majority Floor Leader
Franklin Drilon (LAMMP) (1998-2000)
Francisco Tatad (Gabay Bayan) (2000-2001)
Loren Legarda (Lakas-NUCD-UMDP) (2001)
  • Minority Floor Leader
Teofisto Guingona (Lakas-NUCD-UMDP) (1998-2001)
Francisco Tatad (Gabay Bayan)(2001)

House of Representatives[edit]

  • Speaker of the House of Representatives
Manuel B. Villar Jr. (LAMMP), Lone District Las Piñas City
Arnulfo P. Fuentabella (LAMMP), 3rd District Camarines Sur, elected on November 13, 2000
Feliciano R. Belmonte Jr. (Lakas-NUCD-UMDP), 4th District Quezon City, elected on January 24, 2001
Eduardo Gullas, LAMMP, 1st District of Cebu
  • Minority Floor Leader
Feliciano R. Belmonte Jr. (Lakas-NUCD-UMDP), 4th District Quezon City
Arnulfo P. Fuentebella (NPC), 3rd District Camarines Sur, elected on January 24, 2001

Members[edit]

Composition[edit]

Final Senate composition.
Final House of Representatives composition.
Party Senate House of
Representatives
Aksyon 1 1
KBL 0 1
LAMMP 9 76
LDP * 31
Lakas 7 37
Liberal 1 14
Nacionalista 0 2
NPC * 41
PDP-Laban 1 1
PRP 2 0
Independent 2 4
Sectoral representatives NA 16
Vacancies 1 0
Total 24 224

*part of the LAMMP coalition.

Senate[edit]

Senator Partya Term Term Start Term End
  1.Robert Z. Barbers Lakas 1 1998 2004
  2.Rodolfo G. Biazon LAMMP 1 1998 2004
  3.Renato L. Cayetano Lakas 1 1998 2003
  4.Anna Dominique M. Coseteng LAMMP 2 1995 2001
  5.Miriam Defensor Santiago PRP 1 1995 2001
  6.Franklin M. Drilon LAMMP 1 1995 2001
  7.Juan Ponce Enrile Independent 1 1995 2001
  8.Marcelo B. Fernan LAMMP 1 1995 2001
  9.Teofisto P. Guingona Lakas 1 1998 2004
  10.Juan M. Flavier Lakas 1 1995 2001
  11.Gregorio B. Honasan Independent 1 1995 2001
  12.Robert S. Jaworski LAMMP 1 1998 2004
  13.Lorna Regina B. Legarda Lakas 1 1998 2004
  14.Ramon B. Magsaysay Jr. Lakas 1 1995 2001
  15.Blas F. Ople LAMMP 2 1998 2000
  16.Teresa Aquino-Oreta LAMMP 1 1998 2004
  17.John Henry R. Osmeña LAMMP 1 1998 2004
  18.Sergio R. Osmeña III Liberal 1 1995 2001
  19.Aquilino Pimentel Jr. PDP-Laban/LAMMP 1 1998 2004
  20.Ramon B. Revilla Lakas 2 1998 2004
  21.Raul S. Roco Aksyon 2 1995 2001
  22.Vicente C. Sotto III LAMMP 2 1998 2004
  23.Francisco S. Tatad Gabay Bayan 1 1995 2001
^a Political affiliation at the opening of the 11th Congress.
LAMMP is a coalition of Partido ng Masang Pilipino, Partido Demokratikong Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan, Laban ng Demokratikong Pilipino and Nationalist People's Coalition
^1 Died on July 11, 1999.
^2 Vacant after the election of Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo as Vice President in 1998.

House of Representatives[edit]

The term of office of the current members of the House of Representatives is from June 30, 1998, to June 30, 2001.

District Representatives
Province/City District Representative Party Term
Abra Lone Vicente Ysidro P. Valera LDP 1
Agusan del Norte 1st Leovigildo B. Banaag LDP/LAMMP 1
2nd Roan I. Libarios LAMMP 1
Agusan del Sur Lone Alex G. Bascug LAMMP 1
Aklan Lone Allen S. Quimpo LAMMP 3
Albay 1st Kristel B. Lagman-Luistro LDP/LAMMP 1
2nd Norma B. Imperial LAMMP 1
3rd Joey S. Salceda LAMMP 1
Antipolo City Lone Victor R. Sumulong NPC 1
Antique Lone Jovito Plameras Jr. LAMMP 1
Aurora Lone Bellaflor Angara-Castillo LDP/LAMMP 2
Apayao Lone Elias K. Bulut LDP/LAMMP 1
Bacolod City Lone Juan N. Orola Jr. LAMMP 1
Baguio City Lone Bernardo M. Vergara Lakas-NUCD 3
Basilan Lone Abdulgani A. Salapuddin LAMMP 1
Bataan 1st Antonio P. Roman LAMMP 1
2nd Enrique T. Garcia Jr. LDP 2
Batanes Lone Florencio B. Abad Liberal 2
Batangas 1st Eduardo R. Ermita:3 Lakas-NUCD 3
2nd Edgar L. Mendoza LAMMP 1
3rd Jose Macario Laurel IV Nacionalista 1
4th Ralph G. Recto LDP/LAMMP 3
Benguet Lone Ronald M. Cosalan LAMMP 2
Biliran Lone Gerardo S. Espina Lakas-NUCD 2
Bohol 1st Ernesto F. Herrera LAMMP 1
2nd Erico B. Aumentado LAMMP 3
3rd Eladio M. Jala LDP/LAMMP 1
Bukidnon 1st Juan Romeo Nereus O. Acosta Liberal 1
2nd Reginaldo N. Tilanduca NPC 3
3rd Juan Miguel F. Zubiri NPC 3
Bulacan 1st Wilhelmino M. Sy-Alvarado LAMMP 1
2nd Pedro M. Pancho Lakas-NUCD 3
3rd Ricardo C. Silverio Lakas-NUCD 3
4th Angelito M. Sarmiento LAMMP 3
Cagayan 1st Juan C. Ponce Enrile Jr. independent 1
2nd Edgar R. Lara NPC/LAMMP 3
3rd Rodolfo E. Aguinaldo1 LAMMP 1
Cagayan de Oro City Lone Constantino G. Jaraula LAMMP 1
Caloocan City 1st Enrico R. Echieverri Lakas-NUCD 1
2nd Luis A. Asistio NPC/LAMMP 3
Camarines Norte Lone Roy A. Padilla Jr. NPC/LAMMP 1
Camarines Sur 1st Rolando G. Andaya Jr. Lakas-NUCD 1
2nd Jaime S. Jacob Aksyon 1
3rd Arnulfo P. Fuentebella NPC/LAMMP 2
4th Salvio B. Fortuno LAMMP 1
Camiguin Lone Jurdin Jesus M. Romualdo LAMMP 1
Capiz 1st Manuel A. Roxas II4 Liberal 2
2nd Vicente J. Andaya Jr. LAMMP 2
Catanduanes Lone Leandro B. Verceles Jr. NPC 3
Cavite 1st Plaridel M. Abaya NPC/LAMMP 2
2nd Erineo Ayong Maliksi LDP/LAMMP/MAGDALO 1
3rd Napoleon R. Beratio LDP/LAMMP 1
Cebu 1st Eduardo R. Gullas LAMMP 3
2nd Simeon L. Kintanar NPC/Alayon LAMMP 1
3rd Antonio P. Yapha NPC/Alayon/LAMMP 1
4th Clavel A. Martinez Lakas-NUCD 1
5th Joseph H. Durano NPC/Alayon/LAMMP 1
6th Efren T. Herrera LAMMP 1
Cebu City 1st Raoul B. Del Mar LDP/LAMMP 1
2nd Nancy R. Cuenco LDP/LAMMP 1
Compostela Valley 1st Rogelio M. Sarmiento LAMMP 3
2nd Prospero S. Amatong Lakas-NUCD 1
Cotabato (North) 1st Anthony P. Dequiña LAMMP 3
2nd Gregorio T. Ipong LAMMP 1
Davao City 1st Rodrigo R. Duterte LAMMP/PDP-LABAN 1
2nd Manuel M. Garcia Lakas-NUCD 3
3rd Ruy Elias C. Lopez NPC/LAMMP 1
Davao del Norte 1st Pantaleon D. Alvarez PMP/LAMMP 1
2nd Antonio R. Floirendo Jr. LAMMP 1
Davao del Sur 1st Douglas Ra. Cagas LAMMP 1
2nd Franklin P. Bautista Lakas-NUCD 1
Davao Oriental 1st Ma. Elena T. Palma-Gil Lakas-NUCD 3
2nd Joel Mayo Z. Almario Lakas-NUCD 1
Eastern Samar Lone Marcelino C. Libanan LAMMP 1
Guimaras Lone Emily R. Lopez LAMMP 1
Ifugao Lone Benjamin B. Cappleman LDP/LAMMP 3
Ilocos Norte 1st Rodolfo C. Fariñas LAMMP 1
2nd Maria Imelda "Imee" R. Marcos KBL/LAMMP 1
Ilocos Sur 1st Salacnib F. Baterina LAMMP 1
2nd Grace G. Singson LDP/LAMMP 1
Iloilo 1st Ninfa S. Garin LAMMP 1
2nd Augusto L. Syjuco Jr. LAMMP 1
3rd Manuel P. Parcon Lakas-NUCD 1
4th Narciso D. Monfort Lakas-NUCD 2
5th Rolex T. Suplico LDP/LAMMP 1
Iloilo City Lone Raul M. Gonzales Nacionalista/Lakas-NUCD 2
Isabela 1st Rodolfo T. Albano III NPC/LAMMP 1
2nd Faustino S. Dy Jr. NPC/LAMMP 3
3rd Ramon M. Reyes LAMMP 1
4th Heherson T. Alvarez5 Lakas-NUCD 1
Kalinga Lone Lawrence B. Wacnang LDP 1
La Union 1st Manuel C. Ortega NPC/LAMMP 1
2nd Tomas M. Dumpit NPC/LAMMP 1
Laguna 1st Uliran T. Joaquin LAMMP 1
2nd Joaquin M. Chipeco Jr. LDP/LAMMP 2
3rd Danton Q. Bueser Liberal 1
4th Rodolfo S. San Luis LDP/LAMMP 1
Lanao del Norte 1st Alipio Cirilo V. Badelles LAMMP 1
2nd Macabangkit Lanto Lakas-NUCD 1
Lanao del Sur 1st Mamintal M. Adiong LAMMP 3
2nd Benasing O. Macarambon Jr. NPC 1
Las Piñas City Lone Manuel B. Villar Jr. LAMMP 3
Leyte 1st Alfred S. Romualdez NPC/LAMMP 1
2nd Sergio Antonio F. Apostol Lakas-NUCD 3
3rd Eduardo K. Veloso NPC 1
4th Ma. Victoria L. Locsin LAMMP 1
5th Ma. Catalina L. Loreto-Go LAMMP 1
Maguindanao 1st Didagen P. Dilangalen LAMMP 2
2nd Simeon A. Datumanong Lakas-NUCD 3
Makati City 1st Joker P. Arroyo independent 3
2nd Agapito A. Aquino LDP/LAMMP 1
MalabonNavotas Lone Federico S. Sandoval II Lakas-NUCD 1
Mandaluyong Lone Neptali M. Gonzales II LDP/LAMMP 2
Manila 1st Ernesto A. Nieva LAMMP 1
2nd Nestor C. Ponce Jr. Liberal 1
3rd Harry C. Angping LAMMP 1
4th Rodolfo C. Bacani Liberal 1
5th Joey D. Hizon Liberal 1
6th Rosenda Ann H. Ocampo NPC/LAMMP 3
Marikina Lone Romeo D. Candazo Liberal 3
Marinduque Lone Edmundo O. Reyes Jr. LAMMP 1
Masbate 1st Vida V. Espinosa LAMMP 2
2nd Emilio R. Espinosa Jr. NPC/LAMMP 1
3rd Fausto L. Seachon Jr. NPC/LAMMP 2
Misamis Occidental 1st Percival B. Catane Lakas-NUCD 3
2nd Hilarion J. Ramiro Jr. independent 1
Misamis Oriental 1st Oscar S. Moreno Lakas-NUCD 1
2nd Augusto H. Baculio LDPLAMMP 1
Mountain Province Lone Josephine C. Dominguez LDP/LAMMP 1
Muntinlupa City Lone Ignacio R. Bunye Lakas-NUCD 1
Negros Occidental 1st Julio A. Ledesma IV NPC/UNA/LAMMP 2
2nd Alfredo G. Marañon NPC/UNA/LAMMP 2
3rd Edith A. Yotoko-Villanueva LDP 1
4th Carlos O. Cojuangco NPC/LAMMP 1
5th Jose Apolinario Lozada Jr. Lakas-NUCD 1
6th Genaro M. Alvarez Jr. NPC UNA/LAMMP 2
Negros Oriental 1st Jacinto V. Paras LDP/LAMMP 1
2nd Emilio C. Macias II NPC/LAMMP 1
3rd Herminio G. Teves Lakas-NUCD 1
Northern Samar 1st Harlin Cast. Abayon I Liberal 1
2nd Romualdo T. Vicencio Liberal 1
Nueva Ecija 1st Josefina M. Joson NPC/BALANE/LAMMP 1
2nd Simeon E. Garcia Jr. LAMMP 1
3rd Pacifico M. Fajardo Lakas-NUCD 3
4th Julita Lorenzo-Villareal LAMMP 2
Nueva Vizcaya Lone Carlos M. Padilla LDP/LAMMP 2
Occidental Mindoro Lone Ricardo V. Quintos LDP 1
Oriental Mindoro 1st J. Renato V. Leviste Lakas-NUCD 3
2nd Manuel G. Andaya LAMMP 1
Palawan 1st Vicente A. Sandoval LDP 2
2nd Alfredo Amor E. Abueg Jr. LAMMP 3
Pampanga 1st Francis L. Nepomuceno NPC/LAMMP 1
2nd Zenaida C. Cruz-Ducut NPC/LAMMP 2
3rd Oscar S. Rodriguez NPC/LAMMP 2
4th Juan Pablo P. Bondoc NPC/LAMMP 1
Pangasinan 1st Hernani A. Braganza Lakas-NUCD 2
2nd Teodoro C. Cruz LAMMP 1
3rd Generoso D.C. Tulagan NPC 1
4th Benjamin S. Lim Lakas-NUCD 1
5th Amadeo R. Perez Jr. LAMMP 3
6th Ranjit R. Shahani LDP 2
Parañaque Lone Roilo J. Golez6 LAMMP 2
Pasay City Lone Rolando A. Briones LAMMP 1
Pasig Lone Henry P. Lanot LDP 1
PaterosTaguig Lone Alan Peter S. Cayetano LAMMP 1
Quezon 1st Rafael P. Nantes LAMMP 1
2nd Marcial C. Punzalan Jr.2 LAMMP 3
3rd Danilo E. Suarez LAMMP 3
4th Wigberto E. Tañada Liberal 2
Quezon City 1st Reynaldo A. Calalay LAMMP 2
2nd Dante V. Liban LAMMP 3
3rd Michael I. Defensor Liberal 2
4th Feliciano R. Belmonte Jr. Lakas-NUCD 3
Quirino Lone Ma. Angela E. Cua LAMMP 1
Rizal 1st Gilberto M. Duavit NPC/LAMMP 3
2nd Isidro S. Rodriguez Jr. NPC 1
Romblon Lone Eleandro Jesus F. Madrona LAMMP 3
Samar (Western) 1st Rodolfo T. Tuazon LAMMP 3
2nd Antonio Eduardo B. Nachura Liberal 1
San Juan Lone Jose Mari C. Gonzalez LAMMP 1
Sarangani Lone Juan Domino independent 1
Siquijor Lone Orlando A. Fua Jr. Lakas-NUCD 1
Sorsogon 1st Francis Joseph G. Escudero NPC/LAMMP 1
2nd Rodolfo F. Gonzales LAMMP 1
South Cotabato 1st Luwalhati R. Antonino LAMMP 3
2nd Daisy P. Avance-Fuentes NPC/LAMMP 3
Southern Leyte Lone Roger G. Mercado Lakas-NUCD 2
Sultan Kudarat Lone Angelo O. Montilla NPC/LAMMP 2
Sulu 1st Hussin U. Amin LAMMP 1
2nd Asani S. Tammang LAMMP 3
Surigao del Norte 1st Constantino H. Navarro Jr. LAMMP 2
2nd Robert Ace Barbers Lakas-NUCD 1
Surigao del Sur 1st Prospero A. Pichay Jr. Lakas-NUCD 1
2nd Jesnar R. Falcon LAMMP 2
Tarlac 1st Gilbert C. Teodoro Jr. NPC/LAMMP 1
2nd Benigno S. Aquino III Liberal 1
3rd Jesli A. Lapus LAMMP 1
Tawi-Tawi Lone Nur G. Jaafar LAMMP 3
Valenzuela Lone Magtanggol T. Gunigundo Lakas-NUCD 1
Zambales 1st James J. Gordon Jr. Lakas-NUCD 2
2nd Antonio M. Diaz LAMMP 3
Zamboanga City Lone Celso L. Lobregat LDP 1
Zamboanga del Norte 1st Romeo G. Jalosjos NPC 1
2nd Roseller L. Barinaga LAMMP 1
3rd Angeles R. Carloto II Lakas-NUCD 3
Zamboanga del Sur 1st Alejandro S. Urro LDP 3
2nd Aurora E. Cerilles LAMMP 1
3rd George T. Hofer LAMMP 1
Sectoral Representatives
Party-List Representative Term First Elected
ABA Leonie Montemayor 1 1998
Abanse! Pinay Pat Sarenas 1 1998
Akbayan Loretta Ann P. Rosales 1 1998
AKO Ariel Zartiga 1 1998
Alagad Diogenes Osabel 1 1998
APEC Melvyn Eballe 1 1998
APEC Rene Silos 1 1998
Butil Benjamin Cruz 1 1998
Cocofed Tito Calderon 1 1998
Cooperative NATCCO Network Party COOP-NATCCO Hon. Cresente C. Paez 1 1998
Sanlakas Renato B. Magtubo 1 1998
SCFO Greg Unde 1 1998
PROMDI Joy Young 1 1998
VFP Eddie Pilapil 1 1998

[1]

^1 Rodolfo E. Aguinaldo died in office on June 12, 2001.
^2 Marcial C. Punzalan Jr. died in office on May 12, 2001.
^3 Eduardo Ermita was appointed Secretary of National Defense on January 25, 2001
^4 Manuel A. Roxas was appointed Secretary of Trade and Industry on January 2, 2001
^5 Heherson Alvarez was appointed Secretary of Environment and National Resources on March 29, 2001
^6 Roilo Golez was appointed National Security Adviser

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-08-03. Retrieved 2009-03-14.

External links[edit]

Further reading[edit]

  • Philippine House of Representatives Congressional Library
  • The Presidents of the Senate of the Republic of the Philippines. ISBN 971-8832-24-6.
  • Pobre, Cesar P. Philippine Legislature 100 Years. ISBN 971-92245-0-9.