11th Congress of the Philippines

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The Eleventh Congress of the Philippines 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.


Contents

Sessions

  • First Regular Session:
  • Second Regular Session:
  • Third Regular Session:

Legislation

Laws passed by the 11th Congress:

Leadership

Senate

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

House of Representatives

  • Speaker of the House of Representatives
Manuel Villar Jr. (1998-2000)
Arnulfo Fuentebella (2000-2001)
Feliciano Belmonte (2001)
  • Deputy Speakers
    • Luzon:   
    • Visayas:   
    • Mindanao:   
  • Majority Floor Leader
  • Minority Floor Leader
Feliciano Belmonte (1998-2001)
Arnulfo Fuentebella (2001)

Members

Senate

Senator Party[a] Term Term Start Term End
  Robert Z. Barbers Lakas 1 1998 2004
  Rodolfo G. Biazon LDP 1 1998 2004
  Renato L. Cayetano Lakas 1 1998 2004
  Anna Dominique M. Coseteng NPC 2 1995 2001
  Franklin M. Drilon LDP 1 1995 2001
  Juan Ponce Enrile LDP 1 1995 2001
  Marcelo B. Fernan[1] LDP 1 1995 2001
  Teofisto P. Guingona Lakas 1 1998 2004
  Juan M. Flavier Lakas 1 1995 2001
  Gregorio B. Honasan independent 1 1995 2001
  Robert S. Jaworski LDP 1 1998 2004
  Lorna Regina Legarda-Leviste Lakas 1 1998 2004
  Ramon B. Magsaysay, Jr. Lakas 1 1995 2001
  Blas F. Ople PMP 2 1998 2004
  Teresa Aquino-Oreta LDP 1 1998 2004
  John Henry Osmeña NPC 1 1998 2004
  Sergio R. Osmeña III Liberal Party 1 1995 2001
  Aquilino Q. Pimentel, Jr. PDP-Laban 1 1998 2004
  Ramon B. Revilla Lakas 2 1998 2004
  Raul S. Roco Aksyon 2 1995 2001
  Miriam Defensor-Santiago PRP 1 1995 2001
  Vicente C. Sotto III LDP 2 1998 2004
  Francisco S. Tatad LDP 1 1995 2001
Vacant[2] 1995 2001
a. ^  Political affiliation at the opening of the 11th Congress.
LAMMP is a coalition of Partido ng Masang Pilipino, 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

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

External links

Further reading

  • Philippine House of Representatives Congressional Library

See also

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