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HOW THE PARTY LISTS VOTED ON THIRD READING ON THE RH BILL

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PARTY LISTS WHO VOTED NO TO RH BILL

PARTYLISTS WHO VOTED YES TO RH BILL

PARTY LIST WHO VOTED ABSTENTION

    PARTY LISTS  WHO DID NOT VOTE ON THE THIRD READING

 

PARTY LIST WHO WAS ABSENT ON THE 2ND & 3RD READING ON RH BILL

NOTES: 

PARTY LISTS WHO VOTED NO TO RH BILL  

AANGAT TAYO   ( re-electionist)

ANAD   ( re-electionist)

ALE  ( re-electionist)

1 CARE     ( re-electionist)

AKO BICOL

ATING KOOP ( re-electionist)

AGP (Ang Galing Pinoy)   ( re-electionist)

AN WARAY    ( re-electionist)

UNA ANG PAMILYA  ( re-electionist)

AA KASOSYO   ( re-electionist)

APEC     ( re-electionist)

A-TEACHER ( re-electionist)

LPGMA ( re-electionist)

PARTY LIST WHO VOTED YES TO RH BILL

DIWA       ( re-electionist)

AGBIAG  ( re-electionist)

SENIOR CITIZENS ( re-electionist)

AKO BICOL

AKBAYAN   ( re-electionist)

KA KUSA  ( re-electionist)

BAYAN MUNA    ( re-electionist)

A- TEACHER    ( re-electionist)

CIBAC  ( re-electionist)

ABONO       ( re-electionist)

BAYAN MUNA     ( re-electionist)

KALINGA  ( re-electionist)

AAMBIS-OWA   ( re-electionist)

ALAY-BUHAY     ( re-electionist)

BUTIL  ( re-electionist)

ANG KASANGGA   ( re-electionist)

BAGONG HENERASYON  ( re-electionist)

GABRIELA  ( re-electionist)

ABS    ( re-electionist)

 YACAP    ( re-electionist)

1-UTAK  ( re-electionist)

ALAGAD    ( re-electionist)

ANAKPAWIS    ( re-electionist)

COOP NATCO  ( re-electionist)

KABATAAN     ( re-electionist)

AGHAM    ( re-electionist)

PBA   ( re-electionist)

ACT TEACHERS     ( re-electionist)

ALIF     ( re-electionist)

AVE    ( re-electionist)

PARTY LIST WHO VOTED ABSTENTION:

AGAP  ( re-electionist)

PARTY LIST WHO DID NOT VOTE ON THE THIRD READING

AKO BICOL

AN WARAY     ( re-electionist)

BUHAY ( re-electionist)

GABRIELA   ( re-electionist)

COOP NATCO   ( re-electionist)

TUCP  ( re-electionist)

PARTY LIST WITH NO UNIFIED VOTES ON RH:

1. AKO BICOL

Cong. Garbin voted NO while Cong. Batocabe voted YES &

Cong. Co did not vote on the 3rd reading

2. A TEACHER

 Cong. Piamonte voted NO while Cong. Cortuna voted YES.

3. AN WARAY

Cong. Noel voted NO while Cong. Montejo did not vote on the 3rd reading.

4. COOP NATCCO 

Cong. Paez voted YES to RH Bill while Cong. Ping-Ay was absent at 2nd and 3rd reading.

5. GABRIELA

Cong. Ilagan voted YES while Cong. De Jesus did not vote on the third reading.

CLICK THIS LINK TO READ CONGRESS JOURNAL page 8-12 and explanation of vote page 13-18 of Dec.17, 2012

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One Response to “HOW THE PARTY LISTS VOTED ON THIRD READING ON THE RH BILL”
  1. jin says:

    Salamat for this very informative data. Hope an insight why our lawmakers were not able to vote be given also. I heard they were coerced not to vote by some Pinoy cabinet members who were in the house during the voting. Parang abuse of authority yon diba? Unethical. But the media made no mention of it. Will be alternative media who were there tell us what really happened?

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