2nd National Assembly of the Philippines

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The Second National Assembly of the Philippines (Filipino: Ikalawang Asemblyang Pambansa ng Pilipinas) was the meeting of the legislature of the Commonwealth of the Philippines, from January 24, 1939, until December 16, 1941.

Sessions[edit]

  • First Regular Session: January 24 – June 17, 1939
    • First Special Session: August 15 – September 18, 1939
    • Second Special Session: September 25 – September 29, 1939
    • Third Special Session: November 2 – November 14, 1939
  • Second Regular Session: January 22 – May 8, 1940
    • Fourth Special Session: July 8 – August 10, 1940
  • Third Regular Session: January 27 – May 22, 1941
    • Fifth Special Session: December 11 – December 16, 1941

Legislation[edit]

The Second National Assembly passed a total of 256 laws: Commonwealth Act No. 416 to 671

Leadership[edit]

  • Speaker:
José Y. Yulo (NP, 3rd District Negros Occidental)
  • Floor Leader:
Quintin B. Paredes (NP, Lone District Abra)

Members[edit]

Province District Assemblyman Party
Abra
Lone
Quintin B. Paredes NP
Agusan
Lone
Apolonio D. Curato NP
Albay
1st
Jose Bonto NP
2nd
Justino Nuyda NP
3rd
Pedro Sabido NP
4th
Pedro Vera NP
Antique
Lone
Calixto O. Zaldivar NP
Bataan
Lone
Teodoro Camacho NP
Batanes
Lone
Vicente Agan NP
Batangas
1st
Miguel Tolentino NP
2nd
Eusebio Orense NP
3rd
Maximo M. Kalaw NP
Bohol
1st
Olegario B. Clarin NP
2nd
Genaro Visarra NP
3rd
Teofilo B. Buslon NP
Bukidnon
Lone
Manuel Fortich NP
Bulacan
1st
Nicolas Buendia NP
2nd
Antonio Villarama NP
Cagayan
1st
Conrado V. Singson NP
2nd
Miguel P. Pio NP
Camarines Norte
Lone
Froilan Pimentel NP
Camarines Sur
1st
Francisco Celebrado NP
2nd
Jose T. Fuentebella NP
Capiz
1st
Ramon A. Arnaldo NP
2nd
Jose A. Dorado NP
3rd
Juan M. Reyes NP
Cavite
Lone
Justiniano S. Montano NP
Cebu
1st
Tereso M. Dosdos NP
2nd
Hilario Abellana NP
3rd
Maximino Noel NP
4th
Agustin Y. Kintanar NP
5th
Miguel Cuenco NP
6th
Miguel Raffiñan NP
7th
Roque V. Desquitado NP
Cotabato
Lone
Ugalingan Piang NP
Davao
Lone
Cesar M. Sotto NP
Ilocos Norte
1st
Vicente T. Lazo NP
2nd
Ulpiano H. Arzadon NP
Ilocos Sur
1st
Benito Soliven NP
2nd
Prospero Sanidad NP
Iloilo
1st
Jose C. Zulueta NP
2nd
Ruperto Montinola NP
3rd
Atanasio Ampig NP
4th
Tomas Buenaflor NP
5th
Victoriano M. Salcedo NP
Isabela
Lone
Mauro Verzosa NP
La Union
1st
Delfin Flores NP
2nd
Eulogio P. De Guzman NP
Laguna
1st
Tomas Dizon NP
2nd
Crisanto M. Guysayko NP
Lanao
Lone
Tomas Cabili NP
Leyte
1st
Carlos Tan NP
2nd
Dominador M. Tan NP
3rd
Tomas Oppus NP
4th
Norberto Romualdez NP
5th
Ruperto Kapunan NP
Manila
1st
Gregorio Perfecto NP
2nd
Pedro Gil NP
Marinduque
Lone
Jose A. Uy NP
Masbate
Lone
Pio V. Corpus NP
Mindoro
Lone
Raul T. Leuterio NP
Misamis Occidental
Lone
Jose A. Ozamis NP
Misamis Oriental
Lone
Isidro Vamenta NP
Mountain Province
1st
Saturnino Moldero NP
2nd
Ramon P. Mitra NP
3rd
Miguel Gumangan NP
Negros Occidental
1st
Enrique B. Magalona NP
2nd
Pedro C. Hernaez NP
3rd
José Yulo NP
Negros Oriental
1st
Guillermo Z. Villanueva NP
2nd
Jose E. Romero NP
Nueva Ecija
1st
Manuel A. Alzate NP
2nd
Felipe Buencamino, Jr. NP
Nueva Vizcaya
Lone
Guillermo Bongolan NP
Palawan
Lone
Claudio R. Sandoval NP
Pampanga
1st
Eligio Lagman NP
2nd
Fausto F. Gonzales NP
Pangasinan
1st
Anacleto B. Ramos NP
2nd
Eugenio Pérez NP
3rd
Daniel Maramba NP
4th
Nicomedes T. Rupisan NP
5th
Narciso Ramos NP
Rizal
1st
Francisco Sevilla NP
2nd
Emilio de la Paz NP
Romblon
Lone
Leonardo Festin NP
Samar
1st
Agripino Escareal NP
2nd
Pascual B. Azanza NP
3rd
Juan L. Bocar NP
Sorsogon
1st
Norberto Roque NP
2nd
Tomas Clemente NP
Sulu
Lone
Gulamu Rasul NP
Surigao
Lone
Ricardo Navarro NP
Tarlac
1st
Jose Cojuangco NP
2nd
Jose Urquico NP
Tayabas
1st
Miguel Castillo NP
2nd
Francisco Lavides NP
Zambales
Lone
Valentin Afable NP
Zamboanga
Lone
Juan S. Alano NP

See also[edit]

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.