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HOUSE COMMITTEES


COOPERATIVES DEVELOPMENT

 

JURISDICTION: All matters directly and principally relating to cooperatives inclusive of cooperative movements and organizations; urban and rural-based credit, consumer, producers, marketing, service and multi-purpose cooperatives; electric cooperatives registered with the Cooperative Development Authority; and the implementation or amendment of the Cooperative Code of the Philippines.

CHAIRPERSON :

Hon. Geron, Rico B.
Hon. Geron, Rico B.

Party List - AGAP

 

MEMBERS : 25 Members

COMMITTEE OFFICE :

3/F RVM Building, House of Representatives, Quezon City
Telephone no. 9315001 local 7162, Telefax no. 9314673
Committee Secretary: Atty. Ma. Elvira R. Ursal

SOURCE: Committee on Rules (Committee Membership) : BIS (Bills Referred) : Committee Affairs Department (Schedule of Meetings) : Engineering Division (Committees' Location/Telephone) : ICTS (Website Maintenance)


 

SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS

Unless otherwise indicated, all committee meeting venues are located at the House of Representatives Complex.


Select Week
 

TUESDAY • 10-OCTOBER-2017
Committee/Sub-CommitteeTime and Venue
Agenda/Resource PersonCOOPERATIVES DEVELOPMENT (Executive Meeting)09:30 AM
Conf. Rms. 3&4 RVM Bldg.
Executive meeting on:

Committee Report on HRs 1284 & 1285 – Recognizing, commending and expressing congratulations to the following cooperatives for winning the Land Bank’s 2017 Gawad Pitak award last August 14, 2017 at the Philippine International Convention Center; Nagkakaisang Magsasaka Agricultural Primary Multipurpose Cooperative of Talavera, Nueva Ecija; Buenavista Development Cooperative of Guimaras; and Sacred Heart Savings Cooperative of Galimuyod, Ilocos Sur (Rep. Rico Geron)

Committee Report on HR 1302 – Recognizing and commending the Tagum Cooperative for its outstanding achievements and leadership as a cooperative and for its significant role and contribution to cooperative development (Rep. Rico Geron)

Committee Report on HR 120 – Inquiry into the alleged violations in the contracts between Oil Palm Plantation Cooperatives in Southern Palawan and Agumil Phils., Inc. which put cooperatives in huge debts and displaced farmers from their own lands (Rep. Anthony Bravo Ph.D.)