5th Congress of the Philippines

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The Fifth Congress of the Philippines (Filipino: Ikalimang Kongreso ng Pilipinas) was the meeting of the legislature of the Republic of the Philippines, composed of the Philippine Senate and House of Representatives from January 22, 1962 until December 17, 1965.

Sessions[edit]

  • First Regular Session: January 22 – May 17, 1962
  • Second Regular Session: January 28 – May 23, 1963
    • First Special Session: June 10 – July 12, 1963
  • Third Regular Session: January 27 – May 21, 1964
    • Second Special Session: May 22 – June 25, 1964
    • Third Special Session: June 26 – July 8, 1964
    • Fourth Special Session: August 3–15, 1964
  • Fourth Regular Session: January 25 – May 20, 1965
    • Fifth Special Session: May 21 – June 24, 1965
    • Sixth Special Session: June 30 – July 12, 1965
    • First Joint Session: March 1 – May 5, 1965
    • Second Joint Session: December 14–17, 1965

Legislation[edit]

The Fifth Congress passed a total of 1,192 laws. (Republic Act Nos. 3451 – 4642)

Major legislation[edit]

Leadership[edit]

Composition of the Senate during the 5th Congress' 1st and 2nd (left), and 3rd & 4th (right) sessions.
Composition of the House of Representatives during the 5th Congress.

Senate[edit]

  • President of the Senate:
Eulogio A. Rodriguez, Sr. (NP)
Ferdinand E. Marcos (LP), elected on April 5, 1963
  • Senate President Pro-Tempore:
Fernando Lopez (NP)
  • Majority Floor Leader:
Cipriano P. Primicias, Sr. (NP)
Arturo M. Tolentino (NP)
  • Minority Floor Leader:
Estanislao A. Fernandez (LP)

House of Representatives[edit]

  • Speaker:
Daniel Z. Romualdez (NP, 4th District Leyte)
Cornelio T. Villareal (LP, 2nd District Capiz), elected March 9, 1962
  • Speaker Pro-Tempore:
Salipada K. Pendatun (LP, Lone District Cotabato)
  • Majority Floor Leader:
Justiniano S. Montano (LP, Lone District Cavite)
  • Minority Floor Leader:
Cornelio T. Villareal (LP, 2nd District Capiz)
Daniel Z. Romualdez (NP, 4th District Leyte) elected March 9, 1962

Members[edit]

Senate[edit]

First Session to Second Session
Senator Partya Term Start Term End
  Alejandro D. Almendras
NP
1959
1965
  Gaudencio E. Antonino
LP
1961
1967
  Eulogio B. Balao
NP
1957
1963
  Mariano Jesús L. Cuenco
NP
1959
1965
  Rogelio L. de la Rosa
LP
1957
1963
  Estanislao A. Fernandez
LP
1959
1965
  Maria Kalaw-Katigbak
LP
1961
1967
  Oscar R. Ledesma
NP
1957
1963
  Roseller T. Lim
NP
1957
1963
  Fernando Lopez
NP
1959
1965
  Genaro F. Magsaysay
NP
1959
1965
  Manuel P. Manahan
PPP
1961
1967
  Raul S. Manglapus
PPP
1961
1967
  Ferdinand E. Marcos
LP
1959
1965
  Camilo O. Osías
LP
1961
1967
  Ambrosio B. Padilla
LP
1957
1963
  Cipriano P. Primicias, Sr.
NP
1957
1963
  Gil J. Puyat
NP
1957
1963
  Francisco Rodrigo
LP
1961
1967
  Eulogio A. Rodriguez, Sr.
NP
1959
1965
  Jose J. Roy
NP
1961
1967
  Lorenzo M. Sumulong
NP
1961
1967
  Lorenzo M. Tañada
NCP
1959
1965
  Arturo M. Tolentino
NP
1957
1963
^a Party affiliation at the time of their election.
LP — Liberal Party
NP — Nacionalista Party
GA — Grand Alliance (Progressive Party successor)
NCP — Nationalist Citizens' Party (caucuses with Nacionalista Party)
Third Session to Fourth Session
Senator Partya Term Start Term End
  Alejandro D. Almendras
NP
1959
1965
  Gaudencio E. Antonino
LP
1961
1967
  Mariano Jesús L. Cuenco1
NP
1959
1965
  Jose W. Diokno
NP
1963
1969
  Estanislao A. Fernandez
LP
1959
1965
  Rodolfo T. Ganzon
NP
1963
1969
  Maria Kalaw-Katigbak
LP
1961
1967
  Juan R. Liwag
LP
1963
1969
  Fernando Lopez
NP
1959
1965
  Genaro F. Magsaysay
NP
1959
1965
  Manuel P. Manahan
PPP
1961
1967
  Raul S. Manglapus
PPP
1961
1967
  Ferdinand E. Marcos
LP
1959
1965
  Camilo O. Osías
LP
1961
1967
  Ambrosio B. Padilla
LP
1963
1969
  Gil J. Puyat
NP
1963
1969
  Francisco Rodrigo
LP
1961
1967
  Eulogio A. Rodriguez, Sr.2
NP
1959
1965
  Gerardo M. Roxas
LP
1963
1969
  Jose J. Roy
NP
1961
1967
  Tecla San Andres-Ziga
LP
1963
1969
  Lorenzo M. Sumulong
NP
1961
1967
  Lorenzo M. Tañada
NCP
1959
1965
  Arturo M. Tolentino
NP
1963
1969
^1 Died on February 25, 1964.
^2 Died on December 9, 1964.

House of Representatives[edit]

Fifth Congress representation map of the Philippines
Province/City District Representative
Abra
Lone
Lucas P. Paredes
Agusan
Lone
Guillermo R. Sanchez
Aklan
Lone
Godofredo P. Ramos
Albay
1st
Venancio P. Ziga
2nd
Justino Nuyda
3rd
Josefina B. Duran
Antique
Lone
Tobias Fornier
Bataan
Lone
Jose R. Nuguid
Batanes
Lone
Jorge A. Abad
Batangas
1st
Apolinario R. Apacible[1]
Luis N. Lopez[2]
2nd
Apolinario V. Marasigan
3rd
José B. Laurel, Jr.
Bohol
1st
Natalio P. Castillo
2nd
Bartolome C. Cabangbang
3rd
Maximino A. Garcia
Bukidnon
Lone
Cesar M. Fortich
Bulacan
1st
Teodulo C. Natividad
2nd
Rogaciano M. Mercado
Cagayan
1st
Tito M. Dupaya
2nd
Benjamin Ligot
Camarines Norte
Lone
Marcial R. Pimentel
Camarines Sur
1st
Juan F. Triviño
2nd
Felix A. Fuentebella
Capiz
1st
Gerardo M. Roxas[3]
2nd
Cornelio T. Villareal
Catanduanes
Lone
Jose M. Alberto
Cavite
Lone
Justiniano S. Montano
Cebu
1st
Ramon M. Durano
2nd
Jose L. Briones
3rd
Maximino Noel
4th
Isidro Kintanar
5th
Miguel Cuenco
6th
Manuel A. Zosa
7th
Tereso Dumon
Cotabato
Lone
Salipada K. Pendatun
Davao
Lone
Ismael L. Veloso
Ilocos Norte
1st
Antonio V. Raquiza
2nd
Simeon M. Valdez
Ilocos Sur
1st
Floro Crisologo
2nd
Pablo Sanidad
Iloilo
1st
Pedro G. Trono
2nd
Rodolfo Ganzon[3]
3rd
Ramon C. Tabiana
4th
Ricardo Yap Ladrido
5th
Jose M. Aldeguer
Isabela
Lone
Delfin B. Albano
La Union
1st
Francisco Ortega
2nd
Manuel T. Cases
Laguna
1st
Joaquin E. Chipeco
2nd
Wenceslao R. Lagumbay
Lanao del Norte
Lone
Laurentino Ll. Badelles
Lanao del Sur
Lone
Rasid Lucman
Leyte
1st
Daniel Z. Romualdez
2nd
Primo "Olong" Avestruz Villasin
3rd
Marcelino R. Veloso
4th
Dominador M. Tan
Manila
1st
Fidel S. Santiago
2nd
Joaquin R. Roces
3rd
Ramon D. Bagatsing
4th
Justo Albert
Marinduque
Lone
Francisco M. Lecaroz
Masbate
Lone
Emilio Espinosa, Jr.
Misamis Occidental
Lone
Guillermo C. Sambo
Misamis Oriental
Lone
Vicente B. De Lara
Mountain Province
1st
Alfredo G. Lamen
2nd
Ramon P. Mitra
3rd
Luis Hora
Negros Occidental
1st
Armando C. Gustilo[4]
Vicente F. Gustilo, Sr.[2]
2nd
Inocencio V. Ferrer
3rd
Agustin M. Gatuslao
Negros Oriental
1st
Lorenzo Teves
2nd
Lamberto L. Macias
Nueva Ecija
1st
Eugenio Baltao
2nd
Felicisimo Ocampo
Nueva Vizcaya
Lone
Leonardo B. Perez
Occidental Mindoro
Lone
Felipe S. Abeleda
Oriental Mindoro
Lone
Luciano A. Joson
Palawan
Lone
Gaudencio E. Abordo
Pampanga
1st
Juanita L. Nepomuceno
2nd
Emilio P. Cortez
Pangasinan
1st
Aguedo F. Agbayani
2nd
Angel B. Fernandez
3rd
Cipriano Primicias, Jr.
4th
Amadeo J. Perez
5th
Luciano Millan
Quezon
1st
Manuel S. Enverga
2nd
Eladio A. Caliwara
Rizal
1st
Rufino D. Antonio
2nd
Jovito Salonga
Romblon
Lone
Jose D. Moreno
Samar
1st
Eladio T. Balite
2nd
Fernando R. Veloso
3rd
Felipe J. Abrigo
Sorsogon
1st
Salvador R. Encinas
2nd
Vicente Peralta
Southern Leyte
Lone
Nicanor E. Yñiguez
Sulu
Lone
Salih Ututalum
Surigao del Norte
Lone
Reynaldo P. Honrado
Surigao del Sur
Lone
Vicente L. Pimentel
Tarlac
1st
Jose S. Cojuangco, Jr.
2nd
Constancio E. Castañeda
Zambales
Lone
Virgilio L. Afable
Zamboanga del Norte
Lone
Alberto Ubay
Zamboanga del Sur
Lone
Vincenzo Sagun
  1. ^ 1961 to 1963.
  2. ^ a b 1963 to 1965.
  3. ^ a b Elected to the Senate in 1963.
  4. ^ 1961 to 1962.

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.