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The House of Representatives recently passed House Bill 8961 on Third Reading. The bill seeks the return of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) for Filipino students, particularly among Grades 11 and 12 in public and private schools. HB 8961 underscores that the revival of mandatory ROTC training cements patriotism among the youth, allowing them to participate actively in building and securing the nation and its people. Are you in favor of the re-establishment of mandatory ROTC training?


Yes, mandatory ROTC training prepares the Filipino youth to defend the country in times of crisis.

No, mandatory ROTC training programs may breed instances of right-wing extremism, hazing, and corruption.

I am undecided.

DISCLAIMER: This poll does not purport to reflect the opinions, inclinations, or views of the House of Representatives as a whole, including its Members and employees. Any proposed bill or measure featured in such poll does not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the leadership of the House of Representatives and its Members concerning its passage but rather to forment public discussion in aid of potential legislation.