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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

  • 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

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

Major legislation

Leadership

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

Senate

  • 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

  • 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

Senate

</td>
First Session to Second Session
Senator Partya Term Start Term End
  Alejandro D. Almendras
NP
<center>1959 <center>1965
  Gaudencio E. Antonino <center>LP <center>1961 <center>1967
  Eulogio B. Balao <center>NP <center>1957 <center>1963
  Mariano Jesús L. Cuenco <center>NP <center>1959 <center>1965
  Rogelio L. de la Rosa <center>LP <center>1957 <center>1963
  Estanislao A. Fernandez <center>LP <center>1959 <center>1965
  Maria Kalaw-Katigbak <center>LP <center>1961 <center>1967
  Oscar R. Ledesma <center>NP <center>1957 <center>1963
  Roseller T. Lim <center>NP <center>1957 <center>1963
  Fernando Lopez <center>NP <center>1959 <center>1965
  Genaro F. Magsaysay <center>NP <center>1959 <center>1965
  Manuel P. Manahan <center>GA <center>1961 <center>1967
  Raul S. Manglapus <center>GA <center>1961 <center>1967
  Ferdinand E. Marcos <center>LP <center>1959 <center>1965
  Camilo O. Osías <center>LP <center>1961 <center>1967
  Ambrosio B. Padilla <center>LP <center>1957 <center>1963
  Cipriano P. Primicias, Sr. <center>NP <center>1957 <center>1963
  Gil J. Puyat <center>NP <center>1957 <center>1963
  Francisco Rodrigo <center>LP <center>1961 <center>1967
  Eulogio A. Rodriguez, Sr. <center>NP <center>1959 <center>1965
  Jose J. Roy <center>NP <center>1961 <center>1967
  Lorenzo M. Sumulong <center>NP <center>1961 <center>1967
  Lorenzo M. Tañada <center>NCP <center>1959 <center>1965
  Arturo M. Tolentino <center>NP <center>1957 <center>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)
</dl>
<center>Third Session to Fourth Session
Senator Partya Term Start Term End
  Alejandro D. Almendras
NP
<center>1959 <center>1965
  Gaudencio E. Antonino <center>LP <center>1961 <center>1967
  Mariano Jesús L. Cuenco1 <center>NP <center>1959 <center>1965
  Jose W. Diokno <center>NP <center>1963 <center>1969
  Estanislao A. Fernandez <center>LP <center>1959 <center>1965
  Rodolfo T. Ganzon <center>NP <center>1963 <center>1969
  Maria Kalaw-Katigbak <center>LP <center>1961 <center>1967
  Juan R. Liwag <center>LP <center>1963 <center>1969
  Fernando Lopez <center>NP <center>1959 <center>1965
  Genaro F. Magsaysay <center>NP <center>1959 <center>1965
  Manuel P. Manahan <center>GA <center>1961 <center>1967
  Raul S. Manglapus <center>GA <center>1961 <center>1967
  Ferdinand E. Marcos <center>LP <center>1959 <center>1965
  Camilo O. Osías <center>LP <center>1961 <center>1967
  Ambrosio B. Padilla <center>LP <center>1963 <center>1969
  Gil J. Puyat <center>NP <center>1963 <center>1969
  Francisco Rodrigo <center>LP <center>1961 <center>1967
  Eulogio A. Rodriguez, Sr.2 <center>NP <center>1959 <center>1965
  Gerardo M. Roxas <center>LP <center>1963 <center>1969
  Jose J. Roy <center>NP <center>1961 <center>1967
  Tecla San Andres-Ziga <center>LP <center>1963 <center>1969
  Lorenzo M. Sumulong <center>NP <center>1961 <center>1967
  Lorenzo M. Tañada <center>NCP <center>1959 <center>1965
  Arturo M. Tolentino <center>NP <center>1963 <center>1969
^1 Died on February 25, 1964.
^2 Died on December 9, 1964.
</dl>

House of Representatives

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

External links

Further reading

  • 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.