How Congress voted on martial law extension

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THE Manila Times is posting the names of senators and members of the House of Representatives who voted on Saturday at the special joint session of Congress that deliberated on whether or not to extend martial law in Mindanao until December 31, 2017 as requested by President Rodrigo Duterte.

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Senators who voted ‘yes’:

  1. Senate President Aquilino Pimentel 3rd
  2. Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto
  3. Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto 3rd
  4. Senator Juan Edgardo Angara
  5. Senator Joseph Victor Ejercito
  6. Senator Francis Escudero
  7. Senator Richard Gordon
  8. Senator Gregorio Honasan 2nd
  9. Senator Panfilo Lacson
  10. Senator Loren Legarda
  11. Senator Manuel Pacquiao
  12. Senator Francis Pangilinan
  13. Senator Grace Poe,
  14. Senator Joel Villanueva
  15. Senator Cynthia Villar
  16. Senator Juan Miguel Zubiri

Senators who voted ‘no’:

  1. Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon
  2. Senator Paolo Benigno Aquino 3rd
  3. Senator Risa Hontiveros,
  4. Senator Francis Pangilinan

(Senators Nancy Binay and Antonio Trillanes 4th were absent)

House members who voted ‘yes’:

  1. Abellanosa
  2. Abu
  3. Abueg
  4. Acharon
  5. Acop
  6. Acosta
  7. Acosta-Alba
  8. Adiong
  9. Advincula
  10. Agarao
  11. Aggabao
  12. Aglipay-Villar
  13. Albano
  14. Almario
  15. Almonte
  16. Alonte
  17. Alvarez F.
  18. Alvarez M.
  19. Alvarez P.
  20. Amante
  21. Angara-Castillo
  22. Antonino
  23. Antonio
  24. Aragones
  25. Arbison
  26. Arcillas
  27. Arenas
  28. Bagatsing
  29. Banal
  30. Barbers
  31. Barzaga
  32. Bataoil
  33. Batocabe
  34. Bautista-Bandigan
  35. Belaro
  36. Belmonte F.
  37. Belmonte R.
  38. Benitez
  39. Bernos
  40. Bertiz
  41. Biazon
  42. Billones
  43. Biron
  44. Bolilia
  45. Bondoc
  46. Bravo A.
  47. Bravo M.V.
  48. Bulut-Begtang
  49. Cagas
  50. Calderon
  51. Calixto-Rubiano
  52. Caminero
  53. Campos
  54. Canama
  55. Cari
  56. Castro F. H.
  57. Catamco
  58. Cayetano
  59. Celeste
  60. Cerafica
  61. Cerilles
  62. Chavez
  63. Chipeco
  64. Co
  65. Cojuangco
  66. Collantes
  67. Cortes
  68. Cortuna
  69. Cosalan
  70. Crisologo
  71. Cua
  72. Cuaresma
  73. Cueva
  74. Dalipe
  75. De Venecia
  76. De Vera
  77. Defensor
  78. Del mar
  79. Del Rosario
  80. Deloso-Montalla
  81. Dimaporo A.
  82. Duavit
  83. Dy
  84. Enverga
  85. Eriguel
  86. Ermita-Buhain
  87. Escudero
  88. Espina
  89. Espino
  90. Estrella
  91. Eusebio
  92. Evardone
  93. Farinas
  94. Fernando
  95. Ferrer L.
  96. Ferriol-Pascual
  97. Floirendo
  98. Fortun
  99. Fuentebella
  100. Garbin
  101. Garcia G.
  102. Garcia J.E.
  103. Garcia-Albano
  104. Garin R.
  105. Garin S.
  106. Gasataya
  107. Gatchalian
  108. Geron
  109. Go A.C.
  110. Go M.
  111. Gomez
  112. Gonzaga
  113. Gonzales A.P.
  114. Gonzales A.D.
  115. Gonzalez
  116. Gullas
  117. Hernandez
  118. Herrera-Dy
  119. Hofer
  120. Javier
  121. Kho
  122. Khonghun
  123. Labadlabad
  124. Lanete
  125. Laogan
  126. Lazatin
  127. Leachon
  128. Lee
  129. Limkaichong
  130. Lobregat
  131. Lopez C.
  132. Lopez M.L.
  133. Loyola
  134. Maceda
  135. Madrona
  136. Malapitan
  137. Manalo
  138. Mangaoang
  139. Mangudadatu S.
  140. Mangudadatu Z.
  141. Marcoleta
  142. Marcos
  143. Marino
  144. Marquez
  145. Martinez
  146. Matugas
  147. Mellana
  148. Mendoza
  149. Mercado
  150. Mirasol
  151. Montoro
  152. Nava
  153. Nieto
  154. Noel
  155. Nograles J.J
  156. Nograles K.A.
  157. Nolasco
  158. Nunez-Malanyaon
  159. Oaminal
  160. Ocampo
  161. Olivarez
  162. Ong E.
  163. Ong H.
  164. Ortega P.
  165. Ortega V.N.
  166. Pacquiao
  167. Paduano
  168. Palma
  169. Pancho
  170. Panganiban
  171. Panotes
  172. Papandayan
  173. Pichay
  174. Pimentel
  175. Pineda
  176. Plaza
  177. Primicias-Agabas
  178. Quimbo
  179. Radaza
  180. Ramirez-Sato
  181. Ramos
  182. Relampagos
  183. Revilla
  184. Roa-Puno
  185. Robes
  186. Rocamora
  187. Rodriguez I.
  188. Rodriguez M.
  189. Romualdez
  190. Romualdo
  191. Roque H.
  192. Roque R.
  193. Sacdalan
  194. Sagarbarria
  195. Sahali
  196. Salceda
  197. Salimbangon
  198. Salo
  199. Sambar
  200. Santos-Recto
  201. Sarmiento C.
  202. Savellano
  203. Sema
  204. Siao
  205. Silverio
  206. Singson
  207. Suansing E.
  208. Suansing H.
  209. Suarez
  210. Sy-Alvarado
  211. Tambunting
  212. Tan A.
  213. Tan M.
  214. Tan S.
  215. Tejada
  216. Tiangco
  217. Ting
  218. Tolentino
  219. Trenas
  220. Tugna
  221. Tupas
  222. Ty
  223. Umali
  224. Unabia
  225. Ungab
  226. Unico
  227. Uy J.
  228. Uy R.
  229. Uybarreta
  230. Vargas
  231. Vargas-Alfonso
  232. Velarde
  233. Velasco
  234. Velasco-Catera
  235. Veloso
  236. Villafuerte
  237. Villanueva
  238. Villarica
  239. Vialogo
  240. Yap A.
  241. Yap M.
  242. Yu
  243. Zamora M.C.
  244. Zamora R.
  245. Zubiri

House members who voted ‘no:
1. Rep. Gary Alejano of Magdalo party-list
2. Rep. Joselito Atienza of Buhay party-list
3. Rep. TeddyBaguilat of Ifugao
4. Rep. Christopher Belmonte of Quezon City
5. Rep. Gabby Bordado of Camarines Sur
6. Rep. Arlene Brosas of Gabriela party-list
7. Rep. Ariel Casilao of Anakpawis party-list
8. Rep. France Castro of Alliance of Concerned Teachers party-list
9. Rep. Emmi de Jesus of Gabriela party-list
10. Rep. Sarah Elago of Kabataan party-list
11. Rep. Edcel Lagman of Albay
12. Rep. Antonio Tinio of Alliance of Concerned Teachers party-list
13. Rep. Tom Villarin of Akbayan party-list
14. Rep. Carlos Zarate of Bayan Muna party-list

 

 

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