MANILA, Philippines – Dalawa na lamang at kumpleto nang maipapasa ng House of Representatives ang 20 priority bills ng Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC).
Ayon kay House Speaker Romualdez 18 nanh LEDAC bills ang naipasa ng House Representatives, tatlong buwan na mas maaga ito na natapos sa target deadline.
“Today, I am pleased to announce that 18 out of these 20 have already been approved by the House of Representatives on Third and Final Reading. We are on track to approve the two remaining measures before the October recess,”pahayag ni Romualdez.
Kabilang sa approved LEDAC priority bills ay ang mga sumusunud.
1. Amyenda sa Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT)/Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Act,
2. National Disease Prevention Management Authority/Center for Disease Control and Prevention,
3. Internet Transaction Act/ E-Commerce Law,
4. Health Emergency Auxiliary Reinforcement Team (HEART) Act,
5. Virology Institute of the Philippines,
6. National Citizens Service Training (NCST) Program,
7. Valuation Reform Bill (Package 3),
8. E-Governance Act/ E-Government Act,
9. Ease of Paying Taxes,
10. Waste-to-Energy Bill,
11. New Philippine Passport Act,
12. Magna Carta of Seafarers,
13. Rightsizing the National Government,
14. Anti-Financial Account Scamming Act (AFASA), at
15. Amendment to the Bank Secrecy Law.
Ang dalawa pa na nakatakdang ipasa ng Kamara ay ang HB 8969,o ang Military and Uniformed Personnel Pension System Act at Anti-Agricultural Smuggling Act.
Bukod sa pagpasa sa LEDAC bills ay nakatutok din ang Kamara sa pagpasa ng 2023 P5.768 trilyong budget.
Samantala, pito sa 17 panukala na binanggit ni Pangulong Bongbong Marcos sa kanyang huling State of the Nation Address (SONA) ay naipasa na rin ng Kamara.
“We are confident of meeting our self-imposed target of having all these measures approved before we go on our Christmas break,” pagtatapos pa ni Romualdez. Gail Mendoza