Voted No to the Anti-Terrorism Bill

By | June 4, 2020
voted no to the anti-terrorism bill

Voted No to the anti-terrorism bill | Image Credit: iMPACT Leadership | @iMPACTPH2019

representatives who voted no to the anti-terrorism law

Image Credit: iMPACT Leadership | @iMPACTPH2019

 

The following voted No to the anti-terrorism bill:

Rep. Benny Abante: Manila, 6th District
Rep. Yasser Balindong: Lanao del Sur, 2nd District
Rep. Kit Belmonte: Quezon City, 6th District
Rep. Kiko Benitez: Negros Occidental, 3rd District
Rep. Ruffy Biazon: Muntinlupa, Lone District
Rep. Gabriel Bordado: Camarines Sur, 3rd District
Rep: Arlene Brosas: Gabriela Party List
Rep. Argel Cabatbat: Magsasaka Party List
Rep. France Castro: Act-Teachers Party List
Rep. Eufemia Cullamat: Bayan Muna Party List
Rep. Sarah Elago: Kabataan Party List
Rep. Edgar Erice: Caloocan City, 2nd District
Rep. Laurence Fortun: Agusan del Norte, 1st District
Rep: Ferdinand Gaite: Bayan Muna Party List
Rep. Joet Garcia: Bataan, 2nd District
Rep. Janette Garin: Iloilo, 1st District
Rep. Mujiv Hataman: Basilan, Lone District
Rep. Ferdinand Hernandez: South Cotabato, 2nd District
Rep. Edcel Lagman: Albay, 1st District
Rep. Loren Legarda: Antique, Lone District
Rep. Stella Quimbo: Marikina City, 2nd District
Rep. Allan Reyes: Quezon City, 3rd District
Rep. Rufus Rodriguez: Cagayan De Oro City, 2nd District
Rep. Amihilda Sangcopan: Anak Mindanao Party List
Rep. Bong Suntay: Quezon City, 4th District
Rep. Ria Vergara: Nueva Ecija, 3rd District
Rep. Carlos Zarate, Bayan Muna Party List

Senators who voted against the Anti-Terrorism Bill

  1. Senator Risa Hontiveros
  2. Senator Francis Pangilinan

 

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