HR 1135 re Marcos Burial at Libingan ng mga Bayani.

House Resolution 1135 on Marcos at Libingan ng mga Bayani  signed by 216 congressmen. The resolution commended Marcos for being “a well-decorated soldier, a veteran of World War II, and a survivor of the Bataan Death March.”

(Updated with the link to archives at Congress.gov.ph. See page 67 for HR 1135 or download PDF file of signed HR 1135)

HR 1135 of the 15th Congress : Marcos Burial at Libingan ng mga Bayani. by BlogWatch.ph on Scribd

Republic of the Philippines

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Quezon City
15th Congress
First Regular Session

HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. 1135

Introduced by REP.SALVADOR H. ESCUDERO III

A RESOLUTION URGING THE ADMINISTRATION OF PRESIDENT BENIGNO C. AQUINO III TO ALLOW THE BURIAL OF THE REMAINS OF FORMER PRESIDENT FERDINAND EDRALIN MARCOS AT THE LIBINGAN NG MGA BAYANI

WHEREAS, the Libingan ng Mga Bayani was established in 1947 as a final resting place for military personnel. Over the years, interred therein have been many veterans of World War II, fallen soldiers, as well as former presidents of the republic, statesmen and national artists,

WHEREAS, Ferdinand Edralin Marcos was a well-decorated soldier, a veteran of World War II and a survivor of the Bataan Death March;

WHEREAS, Ferdinand Marcos was president of the Republic of the Philippines for twenty years and as such was also Commander-in-Chief of the country’s armed forces. He was likewise formerly a member of the Philippine Congress and a Senator who became Senate President before he became president of the country;

WHEREAS, as the longest-serving president of the republic, Ferdinand Marcos built the modern foundations of the Philippines. He was responsible for the construction of vast infrastructure, the utilization of our energy sources, and the strengthening of local governments;

WHEREAS, at the height of the EDSA Revolution in 1986, former president Ferdinand Marcos left the country and died in exile in Hawaii in 1989. In 1993, in an act of reconciliation, then-President Fidel V. Ramos allowed the Marcos family to bring home President Marcos’s remains to Batac. Ilocos Norte where it has since been interred in the family mausoleum;

WHEREAS, without denigrating the achievements of the leaders and officials that emerged after EDSA, it can never be gainsaid that Ferdinand Marcos gave invaluable service to his country as soldier, writer, statesman, President and Commander-in-Chief;

WHEREAS, Ferdinand Edralin Marcos, who served his country in the best way he knew how, remained a Filipino patriot to the end of his life and in death deserves to be honored as such;

WHEREAS, the Libingan ng mga Bayani is the most fitting place of burial for former soldier, statesman and former President and Commander-in-Chief Ferdinand Edralin Marcos;

WHEREAS, it is a long-standing wish of former President Ferdinand Marcos’s family and friends, as well as of a large portion of the Philippine populace who acknowledge his contributions to the country’s development, that he be buried alongside fellow soldiers, statesmen and presidents at the Libingan ng mga Bayani;

WHEREAS, it has been a quarter of a century since the EDSA Revolution and allowing the burial of Ferdinand Edralin Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani will not only be an acknowledgement of the way he led a life as a Filipino patriot but will also be a magnanimous act of reconciliation which will strengthen the bonds of solidarity among the Filipino people;

NOW, THEREFORE, RESOLVED as it is hereby resolved by the House of Representatives, To urge the administration of President Benigno C. Aquino III to allow the burial of the remains of former president Ferdinand Edralin Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani;
Adopted,

—-end of transcript——-

Below is the list of representatives who are pushing for the burial of Ferdinand Marcos at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. Is your representative one of them? Check reactions of Tweeters below the list.

FULL TITLE : A RESOLUTION URGING THE ADMINISTRATION OF PRESIDENT BENIGNO C. AQUINO III TO ALLOW THE BURIAL OF THE REMAINS OF FORMER PRESIDENT FERDINAND EDRALIN MARCOS AT THE LIBINGAN NG MGA BAYANI

BY CONGRESSMAN/WOMAN ESCUDERO, SALVADOR III HATOC

DATE FILED ON 2011-03-23

CO-AUTHORS:
ORTEGA, VICTOR FRANCISCO CAMPOS
DATUMANONG, SIMEON AMPATUAN
GULLAS, EDUARDO RIVERA
FARIÑAS, RODOLFO CASTRO
FUENTEBELLA, ARNULFO PALMA
ALBANO, RODOLFO B.
JAAFAR, NUR GASPAR
JOSON, JOSEFINA MANUEL
LAZATIN, CARMELO FELICIANO
LOONG, TUPAY TUPAY
MADRONA, ELEANDRO JESUS FABIC
MAGSAYSAY, MARIA MILAGROS E. HABANA
ESTRELLA, ROBERT
MAGSAYSAY, EULOGIO “AMANG” R.
MALIKSI, ERINEO SAQUILAYAN
MANDANAS, HERMILANDO INGCO
MENDOZA, JOSELITO “JON-JON” R.
MERCADO, ROGER GAVIOLA
PADILLA, CARLOS MAPILI
PANCHO, PEDRO MATIAS
PONCE ENRILE, JUAN JR. CASTANER
RAMOS, DEOGRACIAS JR. B.
REMULLA, JESUS CRISPIN CATIBAYAN
ROMAN, HERMINIA BATISTA
ROMUALDEZ, FERDINAND MARTIN GOMEZ
ROMUALDO, PEDRO PALARCA
SACDALAN, JESUS NONATO
SAN LUIS, EDGAR SULIT
SINGSON, ERIC JR. GACULA
SOCRATES, VICTORINO DENNIS MACALINAO
TEVES, PRYDE HENRY ALIPIT
TING, RANDOLPH SERA
VILLAFUERTE, LUIS ROBREDO
APOSTOL, SERGIO A. FIGUEROA
DIAZ, ANTONIO MAGSAYSAY
YAP, SUSAN A.
MENDOZA, MARK LLANDRO LATORRE
NAVA, JOAQUIN CARLOS RAHMAN ARAÑO
PANOTES, ELMER ELLAGA
PLAZA, MARIA VALENTINA GALIDO
RODRIGUEZ, ISIDRO JR. SANTOS
RODRIGUEZ, RUFUS BAUTISTA
SALVACION, ANDRES D.
SARMIENTO, CESAR VERGARA
SARMIENTO, MEL SENEN SEVILLA
TUPAS, NIEL JR. CAUSING
VALENCIA, RODOLFO GARONG
VERGARA, BERNARDO MANGAOANG
BATOCABE, RODEL M.
CO, CHRISTOPHER S.
GARBIN, ALFREDO JR.
BONDOC, ANNA YORK PUYAT
BRAVO, NARCISO JR. RECIO
BULUT-BEGTANG, ELEANOR C.
CAGAS, MARC DOUGLAS IV CHAN
CAJAYON, MARY MITZI LIM
CALIMBAS-VILLAROSA, MA. AMELITA A.
CARI, JOSE CARLOS LORETO
CASTRO, JANE TAN
CATAMCO, NANCY ALAAN
CELESTE, JESUS “BOYING” F.
CERAFICA, ARNEL MENDIOLA
CERILLES, AURORA ENERIO
CHIPECO, JUSTIN MARC SAN BUENAVENTURA
COJUANGCO, ENRIQUE MURPHY
COJUANGCO, KIMI S.
COLLANTES, SONNY P.
COSALAN, RONALD MORALES
FABIAN, ERICO BASILIO APOLINARIO
FERNANDEZ, DANILO RAMON SUBIAGA
FERRER, ANTONIO ALANDY
FERRER, JEFFREY PADILLA
FLORES, FLORENCIO JR. TADIAR
FORTUNO, SALVIO BALERA
FUA, ORLANDO BONGCAWEL
GARAY, FLORENCIO CUATON
GARCIA, ALBERT RAYMOND SANDEJAS
GARIN, JANETTE LORETO
GATCHALIAN, REX
GO, ANA CRISTINA SIQUIAN
GO, ARNULFO FEGARIDO
GOLEZ, ANTHONY ROLANDO JR. TORRILLO
GOMEZ, LUCY TORRES
GONZALES, AURELIO ‘DONG’ JR. D.
GONZALEZ, FERNANDO VALLEJO
HATAMAN-SALLIMAN, JIM
HARESCO, TEODORICO JR. T.
HERRERA-DY, BERNADETTE RAMIREZ
KHO, DAVID L.
LEONEN-PIZZARO, CATALINA
LICO, ISIDRO Q.
LOPEZ, CAROL JANE. B.
MACAPAGAL-ARROYO, JUAN MIGUEL “MIKEY”
MARCOLETA, RODANTE D.
MONTEJO, NEIL BENEDICT A.
NOEL, FLORENCIO G.
OBILLO, REENA CONCEPCION G.
ORTEGA, FRANCIS EMMANUEL R.
PALMONES, ANGELO B.
PANGANDAMAN, SOLAIMAN C.
PAYUYO, PONCIANO D.
PIAMONTE, MARIANO JR. U.
RIVERA, MICHAEL ANGELO C.
RODRIGUEZ, MAXIMO JR. B.
CRISOLOGO, VINCENT PICHAY
CUA, DAKILA CARLO ENRIQUEZ
DALOG, MAXIMO BADECAO
DAYANGHIRANG, NELSON LECHONCITO
DE VENECIA, MA. GEORGINA PEREZ
DIMAPORO, FATIMA ALIAH Q.
DEL ROSARIO, ANTHONY G.
DUAVIT, JOEL ROY ROY
QUIBRANZA-DIMAPORO, IMELDA
DY, NAPOLEON SANCHEZ
DURANO, RAMON VI HOTCHKISS
EJERCITO, JOSEPH VICTOR GOMEZ
EMANO, YEVGENY VINCENTE BEJA
ESPINA, ROGELIO J., M.D.
ERIGUEL, EUFRANIO “FRANNY” C. M.D.
EVARDONE, BEN PAGARAN
JALOSJOS, CESAR GARCIA
JALOSJOS, ROMEO JR. MASUPIL
JALOSJOS, SETH F. PAL
KHO, ANTONIO TERO
LACSON-NOEL, JOSEPHINE VERONIQUE RESURRECCION
LAGDAMEO, ANTONIO JR. FLOIRENDO
LANETE, SCOTT DAVIES S., M.D.
LAPUS, JECI AQUINO
LIMKAICHONG, JOCELYN SY
LOYOLA, ROY MAULANIN
MALAPITAN, OSCAR GONZALES
MARAÑON, ALFREDO III DALISAY
MARCOS, IMELDA ROMUALDEZ
MATUGAS, FRANCISCO “LALO” T.
MELLANA, EVELYN PLAZA
MERCADO-REVILLA, LANI
MIRAFLORES, FLORENCIO TUMBOCON
ARAGO, MARIA EVITA RODA
ARENAS, MA. RACHEL JIMENEZ
ARNAIZ, GEORGE PLANTO
ARROYO, DIOSDADO JM MACAPAGAL
ARROYO, IGNACIO JR. TUASON
ASILO, BENJAMIN DELA ROZA
AUMENTADO, ERICO BOYLES
AVANCE-FUENTES, DAISY
BAGATSING, AMADO SEVILLA
BRAWNER BAGUILAT, TEODORO JR.
BALINDONG, PANGALIAN MACAORAO
BATAOIL, LEOPOLDO NALUPA
BAUTISTA, FRANKLIN PERALTA
BELMONTE, VICENTE JR. FLORENDO
BENITEZ, ALFREDO ‘ALBEE’ B.
BERNOS, MARIA JOCELYN VALERA
BICHARA, AL FRANCIS DEL CASTILLO
MACAPAGAL-ARROYO, GLORIA A. MACARAEG
ACHARON, PEDRO JR. BUSGANO
ACOP, ROMEO MACUSI
AGGABAO, GIORGIDI BUZA
AGYAO, MANUEL SWEGEN
ALMARIO, THELMA ZOSA
ALMONTE, JORGE TAGHAP
ALVAREZ, ANTONIO CHAVES
ALVAREZ, MERCEDES KHO
AMANTE-MATBA, MA. ANGELICA M.
AMATONG, ROMMEL CAÑOS
ANDAYA, ROLANDO JR. GUTERREZ
ANGPING, MARIA ZENAIDA BENEDICTO
ANTONINO, RODOLFO WELBORN
APACIBLE, TOMAS VILLADOLID
AQUINO, JOSE II SABIJON
ABAYON, DARYL GRACE J
AGLIPAY, EMMELINE Y.
ALCOVER, PASTOR JR. M.
ANTONIO, PATRICIO T.
ARQUIZA, GODOFREDO V.
BAGASINA, CATALINA C.
BRIONES, NICANOR M.
CABALUNA, SALVADOR III P.
CANONIGO, RANULFO P.
CORTUNA, JULIETA R.
GARIN, SHARON S.
GUANLAO, AGAPITO H.
NOGRALES, KARLO ALEXEI BENDIGO
OCAMPO, ROSENDA ANN
OLIVAREZ, EDWIN L.
ONG, EMIL LAO
PANGANDAMAN, MOHAMMED HUSSEIN P.
PARAS, JESUS EMMANUEL MAGBAG
PICHAY, PHILIP ARREZA
PRIMICIAS-AGABAS, MARLYN LEGASPI
PUNO, ROBERTO VILLANUEVA
QUIMBO, ROMERO FEDERICO ‘MIRO’ S.
QUISUMBING, GABRIEL L. ROMUALDEZ
ROBES, ARTURO BARDILLION
ROMARATE, GUILLERMO JR. ABITONA
SAHIDULLA, NUR-ANA INDANAN
SAKALURAN, RADEN C.
SALIMBANGON, BENHUR LAGO
SEMA, BAI SANDRA A.
SUAREZ, DANILO ETORMA
SY-ALVARADO, MA. VICTORIA R.
TAN, MILAGROSA ‘MILA’ T.
TEODORO, MARCELINO REYES
TIANGCO, TOBIAS “TOBY” M.
VIOLAGO, JOSEPH GILBERT FRANCISCO
UMALI, REYNALDO VILLAR
UNABIA, PETER ‘SR. PEDRO’ M.
UNGAB, ISIDRO TOM
VILLAR, MARK AGUILAR
YAP, ARTHUR CUA
YAMBAO, JONATHAN CABILAO
YU, VICTOR JO
ZAMORA-APSAY, MARIA CARMEN
TOMAWIS, ACMAD

Noemi Lardizabal-Dado is a Content Strategist with over 12 years experience in blogging, content management, citizen advocacy and media literacy and over 22 years in web development. Otherwise known as @MomBlogger on social media, she believes in making a difference in the lives of her children by advocating social change for social good.

She is a co-founder and a member of the editorial board of Blog Watch . She is a resource speaker on media literacy, social media , blogging, digital citizenship, good governance, transparency, parenting, women’s rights and wellness, and cyber safety.

Her personal blogs such as aboutmyrecovery.com (parenting) , pinoyfoodblog.com (recipes), techiegadgets.com (gadgets) and beautyoverfifty.net (lifestyle), benguetarabica.coffee keep her busy outside of Blog Watch.

Disclosure:

I am an advocate. I am NOT neutral. I will NOT give social media mileage to members of political clans, epal, a previous candidate for the same position and those I believe are a waste of taxpayers’ money.

I do not support or belong to any political party but I am a volunteer for senatorial candidate Neri Colmenares. I am also voting for #OtsoDiretso plus two :Neri Colmenares and Leody de Guzman

She was a Senior Consultant for ALL media engagements for the PCOO-led Committee on Media Affairs & Strategic Communications (CMASC) under the ASEAN 2017 National Organizing Council from January 4 -July 5, 2017. Having been an ASEAN advocate since 2011, she has written extensively about the benefits of the ASEAN community and as a region of opportunities on Blog Watch and aboutmyrecovery.com.

Organization affiliation includes Consortium on Democracy and Disinformation

Updated April 20, 2019

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ YouTube 

(Visited 3,837 times, 1 visits today)
Thanks for rating this! Now tell the world how you feel - .
How does this post make you feel?
  • Excited
  • Fascinated
  • Amused
  • Bored
  • Sad
  • Angry

Warning: A non-numeric value encountered in /nfs/c06/h08/mnt/175152/domains/blogwatch.tv/html/wp-content/plugins/mashshare-floating-sidebar/includes/template-functions.php on line 413