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COMMITTEE MEETINGS

SOURCE: Committee Management Support Service II


DAILY SCHEDULE

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


26-SEPTEMBER-2017 • TUESDAY
Committee/Sub-CommitteeTime and Venue
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS Subcommittee 4 (Review of Articles XI-XV)
Agenda
09:30 AM
Spkr. Perez Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
Discussion on the proposed amendments to Article XII (National Economy and Patrimony) of the 1987 Constitution in connection with the proposed shift from a unitary to a federal type of government
DANGEROUS DRUGS
Agenda
09:30 AM
Spkr. Belmonte Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
HR 456 and Privilege Speech Nos. 84 & 88 – Investigation into the illegal drug trading activities in the Province of Zamboanga del Norte (Rep. Seth Frederick Jalosjos)
ENERGY
Agenda
09:30 AM
Conf. Rooms 1&2 RVM Bldg.
HB 942 – Removing the allowable systems loss from private utility companies and reducing the cap of recoverable system losses of rural electric cooperatives from 14% to 5%, amending for the purpose RA 7832, as amended (Rep. Tobias ‘Toby’ Tiangco)

HB 2297 – Prohibiting private electric utilities from collecting system losses from the consumers and reducing the cap of recoverable system losses of rural electric cooperatives to a maximum of 5%, amending for the purpose RA 7832, as amended (Rep. Maximo Rodriguez Jr.)

HB 6341 – Prohibiting power distribution utilities from collecting system losses from consumers, amending for the purpose RA 7832, as amended (Rep. Rodel Batocabe)
JUSTICE (Subcommittee on Prosecutorial Reforms)
Agenda
09:30 AM
Spkr. Fuentebella Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
Substitute Bill to HB 3467 – Revised Anti-Hazing Law (Rep. Bernadette Herrera-Dy)
SMALL BUSINESS & ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Agenda
09:30 AM
Spkr. Zulueta Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
Committee Report on the Substitute Bill to HBs 4498 & 5540 – Further promoting entrepreneurship by strengthening, empowering and enhancing the financing programs for micro, small and medium enterprises, amending for the purpose RA 6977, as amended, otherwise known as the Magna Carta for Small Enterprises (Reps. Maximo Rodriguez Jr. and Michael Romero Ph. D.)
TRANSPORTATION (Technical Working Group)
Agenda
09:30 AM
Spkr. Villar Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
Technical Working Group meeting on:

HBs 153, 843, 1507, 3178, 3451 & 3667 – Providing for the protection of the rights of airline passengers and penalizing acts in violation thereof (Rep. Emmeline Aglipay-Villar, Deputy Speaker Linabelle Ruth Villarica, Reps. Gary Alejano, Evelina Escudero, Winston ‘Winnie’ Castelo, and Gus Tambunting)

HB 756 – Establishing the passenger protection office in all major airports in the Philippines (Rep. Emmeline Aglipay-Villar)

HB 1523 – Requiring all carriers to provide training for flight attendants and gate attendants regarding serving alcohol, recognizing intoxicated passengers and dealing with disruptive passengers (Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo)

HBs 2042 & 2611 – Providing for a Bill of Rights of Air Passengers and penalizing violations thereof (Reps. Cesar Sarmiento and Vilma Santos-Recto)

HB 2782 – Providing for the Magna Carta of Airline Passengers, imposing obligations on air carriers, and penalizing acts in violation thereof (Rep. Carlos Isagani Zarate)

HB 3270 – Establishing a national policy of basic consumer fair treatment for airline passengers (Rep. Harry Roque Jr.)
WAYS AND MEANS (CANCELLED)
Agenda
09:30 AM
R. R. Andaya Hall 2/F Main Bldg.
HB 1616 – Exempting the system loss charge component in the sale of electricity by distribution companies and electric cooperatives from the coverage of the value added tax, amending for the purpose Sec. 109 (1) of the National Internal Revenue Code, as amended (Rep. Carlos Isagani Zarate)

HB 942 – Removing the allowable systems loss from private utility companies and reducing the cap of recoverable system losses of rural electric cooperatives from 14% to 5%, amending for the purpose RA 7832, as amended (Rep. Tobias ‘Toby’ Tiangco)

HB 2297 – Prohibiting private electric utilities from collecting system losses from the consumers and reducing the cap of recoverable system losses of rural electric cooperatives to a maximum of 5%, amending for the purpose RA 7832, as amended (Rep. Maximo Rodriguez Jr.)

Substitute Bill to HBs 133 & 177 – Ensuring the preservation and management of protected areas, amending for the purpose RA 7586, otherwise known as the National Integrated Protected Areas System Act of 1992 (Reps. Rodel Batocabe and Josephine Ramirez -Sato)

Substitute Bill to HBs 3927 & 5243 – Separating the Southern Philippines Agriculture, Business, Marine and Aquatic School of Technology (SPAMAST)-Digos Campus in Davao del Sur from the SPAMAST in Malita, Davao Occidental and converting it into a state college to be known as Davao del Sur State College and appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Lorna Bautista-Bandigan and Mercedes ‘Didi’ Cagas)
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Agenda
10:30 AM
Spkr. Laurel Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
HB 3607 - Establishing a Philippine Science High School (PSHS) campus in the Southern Tagalog region and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Arlene Arcillas)

HB 4062 - Redefining the scope of the PSHS system, amending for the purpose RA 8496, as amended, otherwise known as the Philippine Science High School System Act of 1997 (Rep. Makmod Mending Jr.)
JUSTICE (Subcommittee on Investigation and Enforcement Reforms)
Agenda
11:00 AM
Spkr. Fuentebella Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
Substitute Bill to HBs 8, 775, 3081 & 3296 – Institutionalizing a criminal investigation system, repealing for the purpose RA 5180 or the law prescribing a uniform system of preliminary investigation by provincial and city fiscals and their assistants, and by state attorneys or their assistants (Majority Leader Rodolfo Fariñas, Reps. Emmeline Aglipay-Villar, Winston ‘Winnie’ Castelo, and Evelina Escudero)
ECONOMIC AFFAIRS
Agenda
01:30 PM
Spkr. Fuentebella Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
HR 898 – Inquiry into the desired economic policy direction of the Philippines with regard to foreign participation in the ownership and operation of corporations and firms engaged in the business of construction of buildings and other infrastructure in the Philippines (Rep. Arthur Yap)
GOOD GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY jt. w/ ENERGY
Agenda
01:30 PM
Spkrs. Aquino/Makalintal Hall 2/F SWA Bldg.
HR 566 – Inquiry into the alleged midnight deals of the Manila Electric Company (MERALCO)-affiliated generation companies and the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) which may be disadvantageous to the public and may cause power rate hikes (Rep. Carlos Isagani Zarate)

Preliminary determination of jurisdiction on HR 1161 – Investigation into the immediate approval of the seven power supply agreements of MERALCO by the ERC (Minority Leader Danilo Suarez)
LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Agenda
01:30 PM
Spkr. Nograles Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
HB 314 – Amending the average annual income requirement for a municipality or cluster of barangays to be converted into a component city, amending for the purpose RA 9009 and Sec. 450 of RA 7160, otherwise known as the Local Government Code of 1991 (Deputy Speaker Gwendolyn Garcia)

HBs 430, 1236, 1237 & 4260 – Converting/creating barangays in certain municipalities in the Province of Pampanga (Rep. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo)
HB 5050 – Creating seven barangays as separate and distinct barangays from its mother Barangay San Vicente, City of San Pedro, Province of Laguna, to be known as Barangays Pacita I, Chrysanthemum, Rosario, Pacita II, Fatima, San Lorenzo Ruiz, and Maharlika (Rep. Arlene Arcillas)

HB 3046 – Transferring the capital and seat of government of the Province of Rizal from Pasig City to Antipolo City (Rep. Romeo Acop)

HBs 2529, 3867 & 4672 – Rationalizing local taxation, amending for the purpose Sec. 150, Chapter 1, Title One, Book II of RA 7160, as amended (Reps. Juliette Uy, Evelina Escudero, and Jose Enrique ‘Joet’ Garcia III)
OVERSEAS WORKERS AFFAIRS
Agenda
01:30 PM
Spkr. Yñiguez Hall 1/F SWA Bldg.
Substitute Bill to HBs 1072 & 1330 – Strengthening further the pre-departure orientation program for departing overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) to include financial and entrepreneurial education, amending for the purpose RA 8042, as amended, otherwise known as the Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipinos Act of 1995 (Reps. Scott Davies Lanete M.D. and Wes Gatchalian)

Briefing by the Department of Foreign Affairs – Office of the Undersecretary for Migrant Workers Affairs (DFA-OUMWA), Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA), and the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) on their latest programs and policies for OFWs

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