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COMMITTEE MEETINGS

SOURCE: Committee Management Support Service I


DAILY SCHEDULE

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22-NOVEMBER-2022 • TUESDAY
Committee/Sub-CommitteeTime and Venue
CIVIL SERVICE AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION
Agenda
09:30 AM
Combination of physical meeting at the Spkr. Nograles Hall, 1/F SWA Bldg. and virtual meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
HBs 1094, 1712, 2582 & 3860 – Amending certain sections of RA 9173, otherwise known as the Philippine Nursing Act of 2002, providing for an advanced nursing education program (Reps. Luis Raymund ‘LRay’ Villafuerte Jr., Anthony Rolando Golez Jr., Edwin Olivarez, and Gus Tambunting)

HBs 1590, 3298 & 3648 – Providing for a comprehensive nursing law, promoting a more responsive and effective health care system, and appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Yedda Marie Romualdez, Rufus Rodriguez, and France Castro)

HB 3558 – Instituting reforms to further protect and develop the nursing profession, amending for the purpose RA 9173 (Deputy Speaker Ralph Recto)

HB 5039 – Amending Section 4 of RA 6656 or the law protecting the security of tenure of civil service officers and employees in the implementation of government reorganization (by requiring the placement of permanent personnel affected by a reorganization to comparable positions or to positions that are next higher in rank than their previous positions under the new staffing pattern of a reorganized agency) (Rep. Kristine Alexie Tutor)
MUSLIM AFFAIRS
Agenda
09:30 AM
Combination of physical meeting at Conf. Rms. 3&4, RVM Bldg. and virtual meeting via Zoom
HR 7 – Inquiry into the administration, formulation of policies, and coordination with pertinent agencies by the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) on the conduct of the 2022 Hajj to Mecca, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia which caused hardships on the Muslim Filipino pilgrims (Rep. Yasser Alonto Balindong)

HR 22 – Inquiry into the alleged failure of the NCMF to secure the travel visas of Filipino Muslim pilgrims for the annual Hajj, with the end in view of instituting necessary reforms to ensure a better pilgrimage experience (Rep. Mujiv Hataman)
ECONOMIC AFFAIRS jt. w/ TRADE AND INDUSTRY
Agenda
10:00 AM
Virtual Meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
HBs 439, 467, 517, 745, 2592, 2728 & 5415 – Establishing special economic zones in certain parts of the country, and appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Johnny Ty Pimentel, Janice Salimbangon, Ramon Jolo Revilla III, Julienne ‘Jam’ Baronda, Ronald Singson, Alfonso Umali Jr., and Maria Vanessa Aumentado)

HBs 353, 1617 & 3703 – Establishing a Special Defense Economic Zone inside the Government Arsenal defense industrial estate located in Camp Gen. Antonio Luna, Lamao, Municipality of Limay, Province of Bataan, creating for this purpose the Special Defense Economic Zone Authority and appropriating funds therefor (Reps. Maria Angela Garcia, Albert Garcia, and Deputy Speaker Ralph Recto)
ETHICS AND PRIVILEGES
Agenda
10:00 AM
Face-to-face meeting at Conf. Rm. 6, RVM Bldg.
Organizational meeting – Overview of the jurisdiction of the Committee and accomplishments during the 18th Congress; Adoption of the Committee Rules of Procedure

Committee Case SC-2022-01

Committee Case SC-2022-02
GAMES AND AMUSEMENTS - CANCELLED
Agenda
10:00 AM
Combination of physical meeting at the Spkr. Nograles Hall, 1/F SWA Bldg. and virtual meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
Committee Report on the Substitute Resolution to HRs 187, 229 & 266 – Congratulating and commending Davemark “Dobermann” Apolinario for winning the International Boxing Organization World Flyweight Title at the International Convention Center in East London, South Africa (Reps. Eric Go Yap, Charisse Anne Hernandez, and Steve Chiongbian Solon)

Briefing by the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation on its mandate, programs and services, and plans for 2023
HUMAN RIGHTS
Agenda
10:00 AM
Combination of physical meeting at the Spkr. Villar Hall, 1/F SWA Bldg. and virtual meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
HBs 188, 224, 1480 & 2128 – Prohibiting discrimination on the basis of ethnicity, race, color, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, language, disability, educational attainment, economic status, health, religious belief or expression, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth and other status, and other protected attributes and providing penalties for violation thereof (Reps. Bienvenido Abante, Geraldine Roman, Ma. Rene Ann Lourdes Matibag, and Jose Francisco ‘Kiko’ Benitez, Ph.D.)
YOUTH AND SPORTS DEVELOPMENT
Agenda
10:00 AM
Combination of physical meeting at the Spkr. Belmonte Hall, 1/F SWA Bldg. and virtual meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
HBs 590, 1639, 4065 & 5201 – Providing for the Magna Carta of the Out-of-School Youth (Reps. Christian Tell Yap, Marlyn Primicias-Agabas, Juan Carlos ‘Arjo’ Atayde, and Keith Micah ‘Atty. Mike’ Tan)

HR 202 – Urging the Philippine Sports Commission to open the training venues at Rizal Memorial Stadium and Philippine Institute of Sports Complex (Ultra) for athletes in the national team to resume training for the upcoming 32nd Southeast Asian Games in 2023 (Rep. Richard Gomez, DPA)

Briefing by the Philippine Sports Commission, Philippine Olympic Committee, and Bases Conversion and Development Authority on the status of implementation of RA 11214, otherwise known as Philippine Sports Training Center Act
STRATEGIC INTELLIGENCE
Agenda
01:00 PM
Face-to-face meeting at Conf. Rm. 6, RVM Bldg.
Organizational meeting - Adoption of the Committee Rules of Procedure for the 19th Congress
ENERGY
Agenda
01:30 PM
Combination of physical meeting at Conf. Rms. 3&4, RVM Bldg. and virtual meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
HB 162 – Enhancing the renewable energy (RE) industry through the Green Energy Auction Program (Rep. Rodante Marcoleta)

HB 163 – Authorizing the establishment of a RE park over Laguna Bay to accelerate the RE capacity in the Philippines and appropriating funds therefor (Rep. Rodante Marcoleta)

HB 170 – Enhancing the implementation of the net metering system, amending for this purpose RA 9513, otherwise known as the RE Act of 2008 (Rep. Caroline Tanchay)

HB 295 – Incentivizing the construction, operation, and development of RE storage facilities, amending for this purpose RA 9513 (Rep. Greg Gasataya)
GOVERNMENT ENTERPRISES AND PRIVATIZATION
Agenda
01:30 PM
Virtual Meeting via Zoom (To be livestreamed on the official Facebook page of the HRep)
• Bills creating the Sierra Madre Development Authority:

HBs 1214 & 1972 – Enhancing the protection and development of the Sierra Madre Range in the Island of Luzon, creating for the purpose the Sierra Madre Conservation and Development Authority, defining its powers and functions, and providing funds therefor (Reps. Faustino ‘Inno’ Dy V and Juan Fidel Felipe Nograles)

• Bills strengthening the Government Service Insurance System:

HBs 647 & 4014 – Further strengthening the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) (Reps. Joey Sarte Salceda and Luis Raymund ‘LRay’ Villafuerte Jr.)

HB 1778 – Revised Charter of the GSIS (Rep. Johnny Ty Pimentel)

• Bill institutionalizing the rights and benefits of GSIS members:

HB 3188 – Institutionalizing the rights of GSIS members, providing them additional representation in the GSIS Board, ensuring prompt payment of all their benefits (Deputy Speaker Ralph Recto)

• Bills expanding the membership and benefits of the GSIS to cover barangay officials:

HBs 1210, 3107 & 3355 – Amending RA 8291 or the GSIS Act of 1997, expanding the membership and benefits of the GSIS to cover barangay officials (Reps. Faustino ‘Inno’ Dy V, Rosanna ‘Ria’ Vergara, and Patrick Michael Vargas)

• Bills lowering the retirement age of government workers:

HBs 206, 1988, 2232, 3480, 3653, 5213 & 5678 – Lowering the optional retirement age of government workers from 60 to 56 years, amending for the purpose Section 13 (A) of RA 8291 (Reps. France Castro, Joseph Stephen ‘Caraps’ Paduano, Christopherson ‘Coco’ Yap, Lorna Silverio, Edwin Olivarez, Joseph Gilbert Violago, and Edgar Chatto)

HB 634 – Lowering the mandatory retirement age of government employees, amending for the purpose Sections 13(b) and 13(A) of RA 8291 (Rep. Maria Carmen Zamora)

HB 1644 – Lowering the optional retirement age of government workers from 60 to 55 years, amending for the purpose Section 13(A) of RA 8291 (Rep. Marlyn Primicias-Agabas)

• Bills lowering the retirement age of public school teachers:

HBs 1640, 3920 & 4069 – Lowering the optional retirement age of public school teachers from 60 to 55 years old, amending for the purpose Section 13(A) of RA 8291 (Reps. Marlyn Primicias-Agabas, Reynante Arrogancia, and Patrick Michael Vargas)

HB 4003 – Lowering the compulsory and optional retirement age of public school teachers (Rep. Luis Raymund ‘LRay’ Villafuerte Jr.)

• Bill adjusting the monthly pension for retired public school teachers:

HB 5723 – Providing for automatic adjustment of the basic monthly pension for retired public school teachers covered by the GSIS (Rep. Rodolfo ‘Ompong’ Ordanes)

• Bill mandating 13th and 14th month benefits for pensioners:

HB 718 – Mandating 13th and 14th month benefits for all pensioners of the GSIS and Social Security System (Rep. Ron Salo)

• Bill mandating the insurance of all government properties:

HB 675 – Mandating the insurance of all government properties and interest with the GSIS (Rep. Joey Sarte Salceda)

• Bills establishing the Foreign Service Retirement Program:

HBs 4077 & 4452 – Establishing the Foreign Service Retirement Program under the GSIS, implementing Section 62 of RA 7157, otherwise known as the Philippine Foreign Service Act of 1991 (Minority Leader Marcelino Libanan and Rep. Gus Tambunting)
POVERTY ALLEVIATION
Agenda
02:00 PM
Combination of physical meeting at the Spkr. Nograles Hall, 1/F SWA Bldg. and virtual meeting via Zoom
Organizational meeting

Briefing by the National Economic and Development Authority on the poverty situation of the country and priority programs and projects to alleviate poverty

Last Updated: 05-December-2022, 09:19:01 PM