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Manila City Council

Sangguniang Panlungsod ng Maynila
12th Manila City Council
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Term limits
3 terms (9 years)
Leadership
Presiding Officer
President Pro-Tempore
Irma Alfonso-Juson, Asenso Manileño
Majority Floor Leader
Ernesto Isip Jr., Asenso Manileño
Minority Floor Leader
Salvador Philip Lacuna, Asenso Manileño
Structure
Seats38 councilors
1 ex officio presiding officer
Manila City Council composition.svg
Political groups
  •   Asenso Manileño (34)
  •   Independent (2)
  •   Nonpartisan (2)
Length of term
3 years
AuthorityManila City Charter
Local Government Code of the Philippines
Elections
Plurality-at-large voting (36 seats)
Indirect elections (2 seats)
Last election
May 9, 2022
Next election
May 12, 2025
Meeting place
Manila Mayor Lacuna in City Council inaugural session.jpg
Manila City Hall
Website
http://manilacitycouncil.ph/

The Manila City Council (Filipino: Sangguniang Panlungsod ng Maynila) or the city's legislature is composed of 38 councilors, with 36 councilors elected from Manila's six councilor districts (coextensive with the Legislative districts of Manila) and two councilors elected from the ranks of barangay (neighborhood) chairmen and the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK; youth councils). The presiding officer of the council is the Vice Mayor, who is elected citywide.

The council is responsible for creating laws and ordinances under Manila's jurisdiction. The mayor can veto proposed bills, but the council can override it with a two-thirds supermajority.

History

After the Spanish incorporated Manila as a city in 1571, membership to the council was originally restricted to them. On June 24, 1571 (which would later be declared as Manila Day), the municipal government, or the Cabildo was established, consisting of two mayors, twelve councilors and a secretary. The mayor was chosen by lottery, with councilors nominating four candidates, with two candidates being drawn to serve as mayors.[1]

In 1689, the council ordered the expulsion on non-Christian Chinese in the city, leading to a decline in Chinese population by 1700.[2]

This would be the setup until 1901, after the Americans took control of the islands. In that year, the new American insular government instituted a municipal board consisting of a Filipino mayor, a Filipino member, and three American members all nominated by the Americans. An advisory board was included, with all eleven members being Filipinos, representing each of Manila's 11 wards. In 1916, the advisory board was abolished, and the municipal board was increased to ten members, all of them elected by Filipinos, although the mayor was still appointed. In 1949, the Revised City Charter modified the board's composition: now, the five members of the House of Representatives of the Philippines from the city are its members, with the vice mayor becoming its presiding officer. After the declaration of martial law in 1972, President Ferdinand Marcos abolished the board in 1975.[1]

After the People Power Revolution, the municipal board was revived, which gradually evolved into the present-day city council. The 1987 constitution finalized today's setup when it divided the city into six districts, with each district electing six councilors, plus two more councilors from the barangay captains and SK president. Elections to the new city council was in 1988.[1]

After actress Claire Danes stated in an interview with Premiere that Manila "smelled of cockroaches, with rats all over and that there is no sewerage system and the people do not have anything, no arms, no legs, no eyes," Councilor Kim Atienza sponsored a resolution banning all of Danes' films in the city. While Atienza said that Danes' earlier interview with Vogue where she said that "ghastly and weird city" were forgivable, her statements in Premiere were "irresponsible sweeping statements." After the council approved the measure on a 23–3 vote in 1998.[3]

In 2006, the council banned the screening of the film The Da Vinci Code in the city.[4] In a unanimous resolution allowing Mayor Lito Atienza to prohibit screenings, the resolution cited the constitution's freedom of exercise of religion, and the Revised Penal Code of the Philippines which states that it is a crime to exhibit films which offend a religion. Councilor Benjamin Asilo also cited an earlier ordinance which "prohibits the showing of obscene and immoral movies, including those that are contrary to morals, good customs, religious beliefs, principles or doctrines."[4]

In July 2012, the city is on track on following neighboring cities in Metro Manila by passing an ordinance on second reading banning the use of plastics and polystyrene. The proposed ordinance aims to prevent perennial flooding in the city, and to reduce debris flowing to the Pasig River.[5]

In the ongoing controversy on the status of the Pandacan Oil Depot, the council in September 2012 overrode Mayor Alfredo Lim's veto. This meant the oil depots would have to be transferred by 2016.[6]

Seat

The council sits at the Manila City Hall. Starting in 2012, its session hall is powered via solar panels, which were made in Taiwan. In its inauguration, Vice Mayor Isko Moreno remarked that "The City of Manila will be the first to use this kind of technology here in the Philippines."[7]

The Spanish-era cabildo met at the Ayuntamiento de Manila, also known as the Casas Consistoriales, in Intramuros.

Membership

Each of Manila's six councilor districts elects six councilors to the council. In plurality-at-large voting, a voter may vote up to six candidates, with the candidates having the six highest number of votes being elected. In addition, the barangay chairmen and the SK chairmen throughout the city elect amongst themselves their representatives to the council. Hence, there are 38 councilors.

City council elections are synchronized with other elections in the country. Elections are held every first Monday of May every third year since 1992 for 36 seats, while the ex officio seats are elected irregularly, but always proceeding a barangay election.

Current members

Presiding Officer: Vice Mayor John Marvin "Yul Servo" Nieto

District 1 Councilors
Name Term Block
Dr. Irma Alfonso June 30, 1998 – June 30, 2007
June 30, 2010 – June 30, 2016
June 30, 2019 – present
Majority
Niño dela Cruz June 30, 2010 – June 30, 2019
June 30, 2022 – present
Majority
Jesus Fajardo, Jr. October 14, 2021 – present Majority
Martin V. Isidro, Jr. June 30, 1998 – June 30, 2007
June 30, 2016 – June 30, 2019
June 30, 2022 – present
Majority
Moises T. Lim June 30, 2007 – June 30, 2013
June 30, 2016 – present
Majority
Erick Ian Nieva June 30, 2007 – June 30, 2016; June 30, 2019 – present Majority
District 2 Councilors
Name Term Block
Dr. Ruben Buenaventura June 30, 1998 – June 30, 2007
June 30, 2010 – June 30, 2019
June 30, 2022 – present
Majority
Rodolfo Lacsamana June 30, 2010 – June 30, 2019
June 30, 2022 – present
Minority
Macario "Macky" Morales Lacson June 30, 2016 – present Majority
Numero "Uno" Lim June 30, 2007 – June 30, 2016
June 30, 2019 – present
Majority
Roma Paula Robles-Daluz June 30, 2019 – present Majority
Darwin "Awi" Sia June 30, 2019 – present Majority
District 3 Councilors
Name Term Block
Terrence Alibarbar June 30, 2016 – present Majority
Maile Atienza June 30, 2016 – June 30, 2019
June 30, 2022 – present
Majority
Pamela "Fa" G. Fugoso June 30, 2019 – present Majority
Atty. Ernesto Isip, Jr. June 30, 2007 – June 30, 2016
June 30, 2019 – present
Majority
Johanna "Apple" C. Nieto-Rodriguez June 30, 2019 – present Majority
Timothy Oliver Zarcal June 30, 2020 – present Majority
District 4 Councilors
Name Term Block
Krystle Marie C. Bacani March 17, 2015 – June 30, 2016
June 30, 2016 – present
Majority
Don Juan "DJ" Bagatsing June 30, 2010 – June 30, 2016
June 30, 2019 – present
Majority
Dr. Luisito Chua June 30, 2004 – June 30, 2013
June 30, 2016 – present
Majority
Atty. Louisa "Lady" Quintos June 30, 2022 – Majority
Science Reyes June 30, 2013 – June 30, 2016
June 30, 2019 – present
Majority
Joel T. Villanueva June 30, 2016 – present Majority
District 5 Councilors
Name Term Block
Laris Borromeo June 30, 2016 – present Majority
Roberto "Bobby" Espiritu II June 30, 2022 – present Minority
Atty. Jaybee Hizon June 30, 2022 – present Majority
Ricardo Isip, Jr. June 30, 2016 – present Majority
Charry Ortega June 30, 2019 – present Majority
Raymundo Yupangco June 30, 2007 – June 30, 2016
June 30, 2019 – present
Majority
District 6 Councilors
Name Term Block
Benny "Fog" Abante June 30, 2022 – present Majority
Carlos "Caloy" Castañeda June 30, 2016 – present Majority
June 30, 2004 – June 30, 2007 (Liga ng mga Barangay Manila Chapter) (ex officio)
Salvador Philip Lacuna June 30, 2019 – present Minority
November 30, 2007 – June 30, 2018 (Liga ng mga Barangay Manila Chapter) (ex officio)
Elmer Par June 30, 2022 – present Majority
Luis "Joey" Uy June 30, 2004 – June 30, 2013
June 30, 2022 – present
Majority
Luciano "Lou" Veloso June 30, 1995 – June 30, 2004
June 30, 2007 – June 30, 2013
June 30, 2019 – present
Majority
Ex officio Councilors
Name Position Term Block
Daniel Dave Tan SK President June 30, 2018 – present (Sangguniang Kabataan Federation Manila Chapter) Majority
Dr. Leilani Marie H. Lacuna June 30, 2013 – June 30, 2016 (elected District 6 councilor)
Liga President July 31, 2018 – present (President Liga ng mga Barangay Manila Chapter) Majority

Prominent councilors

Former Manila City Council Members

Name District Term
Ernesto G. Dionisio, Sr. 1 February 3, 1988 – June 30, 1992; June 30, 1995 – June 30, 1998; June 30, 2004 – June 30, 2007; June 30, 2016 – June 30, 2019; June 30, 2019 – June 30, 2022
Jesus Taga M. Fajardo, Sr. 1 2008-DECEMBER-1-2010-JUNE-30; 2016-JUNE-30-2019-JUNE-30; 2019-JUNE-30-2022-JUNE-30 (Died-2020-August-18)
Manuel M. Zarcal 3 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30; 2016-JUNE-30-2019-JUNE-30; 2019-JUNE-30-2022-JUNE-30 (appointed Assistant Secretary to the Mayor 2020-JUNE-30)
Atty. Joel R. Chua 3 June 30, 2007 – June 30, 2010; June 30, 2010 – June 30, 2013; June 30, 2013 – June 30, 2016; June 30, 2019 – June 30, 2022
Edward M. Tan 2 June 30, 1998 – June 30, 2001; June 30, 2001 – June 30, 2004; June 30, 2004 – June 30, 2007; June 30, 2010 – June 30, 2013; June 30, 2016 – June 30, 2019; June 30, 2019 – June 30, 2022
Peter M. Ong 1 June 30, 2016 – June 30, 2019; June 30, 2019 – June 30, 2022
Atty. Grace R. Chua, CPA 3 2016-JUNE-30-2019-JUNE-30
Anna Katrina Puzon-Yupangco 5 2016-JUNE-30-2019-JUNE-30
Antonio Archimedes Matias G. Capistrano 4 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30; 2016-JUNE-30-2019-JUNE-30
Atty. Eduardo Quintos XIV 4 June 30, 1998 – June 30, 2001; June 30, 2001 – June 30, 2004; June 30, 2004 – June 30, 2007; June 30, 2016 – June 30, 2019; June 30, 2019 – June 30, 2022
Atty. Eduardo Quintos XVI 4 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30; 2016-JUNE-30-2019-JUNE-30
Ma. Theresa Buenaventura 2 June 30, 2019 – June 30, 2022
Jose Joey Hizon III 5 June 30, 2013 – June 30, 2016; June 30, 2016 – June 30, 2019; June 30, 2019 – June 30, 2022
Ramon Robles 2 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30; 2016-JUNE-30-2019-JUNE-30
Rolando Valeriano 2 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30; 2016-JUNE-30-2019-JUNE-30
Maria Asuncion "RE" G. Fugoso 3 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30; 2016-JUNE-30-2019-JUNE-30
Bernardito C. Ang 3 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30; 2016-JUNE-30-2019-JUNE-30
William Irwin Tieng 5 June 30, 2016 – June 30, 2019; June 30, 2019 – June 30, 2022
Atty. Casimiro Sison 6 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30; 2016-JUNE-30-2019-JUNE-30
Elizabeth Rivera 6 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30; 2016-JUNE-30-2019-JUNE-30
Atty. Priscilla Marie Abante-Barquia 6 June 30, 2013 – June 30, 2016; June 30, 2016 – June 30, 2019; June 30, 2019 – June 30, 2022
Christian Paul Uy 6 June 30, 2013 – June 30, 2016; June 30, 2016 – June 30, 2019; June 30, 2019 – June 30, 2022
Joel Par 6 June 30, 2013 – June 30, 2016; June 30, 2016 – June 30, 2019; June 30, 2019 – June 30, 2022
Roberto Ortega, Jr. 5 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30; 2016-JUNE-30-2019-JUNE-30
Arnold Atienza 5 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30
Roberto Asilo 1 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30
Dennis Alcoreza 1 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30
Ernesto M. Dionisio, Jr. 1 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30
Yul Servo Nieto 3 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30
Jocelyn J. Quintos 4 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30
Cristina A. Isip 5 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30
Josefina Siscar 5 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30
Atty. Marlon Morales Lacson 2 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30
Atty. Edward VP. Maceda 4 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30; 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30
Arlene Chua 4 2013-JUNE-30-2016-JUNE-30 (term cut short citizenship issues 2015-MARCH-16)
Rafael P. Borromeo 5 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30
Ramon D. Morales 3 2006-FEBRUARY-15-2007-JUNE-30; 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30
Dr. Maria Sheilah H. Lacuna-Pangan, FPDS 4 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30
Arch. Danilo Victor H. Lacuna, Jr., EnP 6 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30
Richard C. Ibay 5 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30
Jocelyn Dawis-Asuncion 6 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30; 2010-JUNE-30-2013-JUNE-30
Sk President 1994-JUNE-30-1997-JUNE-30-(Sangguniang Kabataan federation Manila Chapter) (Elected councilor 1995)
Corazon C. Gernale 5 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30
Roderick Valbuena 5 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30
Roberto B. Oca III 3 2009-JULY-24-2010-JUNE-30
Arlene W. Koa 1 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30
Amalia Tolentino 4 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30
Ivy A. Varona 2 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30
Carlo V. Lopez 2 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30
Abelardo C. Viceo 2 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30
Ma. Lourdes Isip-Garcia 6 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30
Victoriano A. Melendez 4 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30
Atty. Ernesto F. Rivera 6 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30
Monina U. Silva 3 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30; 2007-JUNE-30-2010-JUNE-30 (Died-2009-July-23)
Rolando Y. Sy 1 2007-JUNE-30-2008-NOVEMBER-30
Greco Belgica 6 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30
Benjamin D. Asilo 1 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30
Nelissa F. Beltran 2 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30
Atty. Juan Miguel T. Cuna 5 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30
Isko Moreno Domagoso 1 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30
Pacifico Laxa 2 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30
Atty. Ma. Theresa B. Bonoan-David 4 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30
Ricardo S. Isip, Sr. 5 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30
Cita P. Astals 5 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30
Roger G. Gernale 5 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30
Alex C. Co 3 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30
Atty. Jhosep Lopez (SC Justice Jan 26, 2021 – Present) 3 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30; 2004-JUNE-30-2007-JUNE-30 (City Prosecutor of Manila 2006-February-14-2012-May-17) (CA Justice May 17, 2012-Jan 26, 2021)
Danilo Varona 2 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30
Don Ramon A. Bagatsing 4 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30
Patrick S. Ocampo 6 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30
Larry Silva 3 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30
Miles Andrew M. Roces 3 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30
Kim Atienza 5 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30
Abraham Cabochan 1 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30
Julio E. Logarta, Jr. 6 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30; 2001-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30
Nicolas R. Monzon 1 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30 (Died 1999-APRIL-16)
Ernesto P. Logarta, Jr. 3 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30
Gonzalo Gonzales 1 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30
Ma. Paz E. Herrera 4 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30
Gerino A. Tolentino, Jr. 4 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30; 1998-JUNE-30-2001-JUNE-30
Atty. Alberto A. Domingo 1 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1999-MAY-1-2001-JUNE-30
Rodolfo C. Bacani 4 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30
Pablo Dario G. Ocampo IV 5 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30
Grepor B. Belgica 6 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30
Roberto C. Ocampo, Sr. 1 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30
Avelino S. Cailian 1 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30
Danilo V. Roleda 4 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30
Jose Joey D. Hizon, Jr. 5 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30
Felixberto D. Espiritu 5 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30
Ernesto A. Nieva 1 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30
Nestor C. Ponce, Jr. 2 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30
Francisco G. Varona, Jr. 2 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30
Flaviano F. Concepcion, Jr. 2 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30
Humberto B. Basco 2 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30
Pedro S. De Jesus 3 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30
Rogelio P. Dela Paz 5 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30; 1995-JUNE-30-1998-JUNE-30
Honorio Lopez II 1 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30
Chika G. Go 3 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30
Manuel L. Quin 3 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30
Estrella S. Querubin 5 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30
Bernardo D. Ragasa 5 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30
Alexander S. Ricafort 6 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30
Bienvenido M. Abante, Jr. 6 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30
Romeo G. Rivera 2 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30
Romualdo S. Maranan 2 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30
Atty. Ernesto V. P. Maceda, Jr. 4 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30
Rolando P. Nieto 4 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30
Karlo A. Butiong 5 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30
Ma. Corazon P. Caballes 6 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30; 1992-JUNE-30-1995-JUNE-30
Marites H. Martinez 3 1988-OCTOBER-15-1992-JUNE-30
Pedro Alfonso 1 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30
Rosenda Ann M. Ocampo 6 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30
Reynaldo B. Jose 1 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30
Saturnino C. Herrera 3 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30 (Died-1988-October-14)
Susana M. Ong 3 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30
Nemesio C. Garcia 3 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30
Emilio C. Bonoan 4 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30
Eduardo Quintos V 4 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30
Jaime L. Dela Rosa 4 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30
Susano F. Gonzalez, Jr. 5 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30
Rufino S. Bunsoy 5 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30
Ponciano D. Subido 5 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30
Arturo E. Valenzona 5 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30
Benedicto D. Dorado 6 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30
Manuel S. Isip 6 1988-February-3-1992-JUNE-30
Marissa Papa Liga President 2007-JUNE-30-2007-NOVEMBER-30-(Liga ng Mga Barangay Manila Chapter)
Natalio F. Beltran III Liga President 1997-JUNE-30-2002-JUNE-30; 2002-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30-(Liga ng Mga Barangay Manila Chapter)
Luningning F. Go Liga President 1994-JUNE-30-1997-JUNE-30-(Liga ng Mga Barangay Manila Chapter)
Leonardo Angat Liga President 1989-JUNE-30-1994-JUNE-30-(Liga ng Mga Barangay Manila Chapter)
Tagumpay Eusebio Liga President 1988-February-3-1989-JUNE-30-(Liga ng Mga Barangay Manila Chapter)
Eunice Ann Denice Castro Sk President 2010-NOVEMBER-30-2013-NOVEMBER-30-(Sangguniang Kabataan federation Manila Chapter)
John Russell Ibay Sk President 2007-NOVEMBER-30-2010-NOVEMBER-30-(Sangguniang Kabataan federation Manila Chapter)
Francesca Gernale Sk President 2004-JUNE-30-2007-NOVEMBER-30-(Sangguniang Kabataan federation Manila Chapter)
Fercival Florendo Sk President 1997-JUNE-30-2002-JUNE-30; 2002-JUNE-30-2004-JUNE-30-(Sangguniang Kabataan federation Manila Chapter)
Name District Term
Rosalina Robles - Gonzales, MD 1 1972-December-30–1975-December-31
Gemiliano Lopez, Jr. 1 1967-December-30–1975-December-31
Cesar T. Lucero Jr. 1 1967-December-30–1975-December-31
Ben Rubio Ronquillo 1 1967-December-30–1975-December-31
Ambrosio L. Lorenzo Jr. 2 1967-December-30–1975-December-31
Alfonso V. Mendoza Jr. 2 1967-December-30–1975-December-31
Hermogenes Pablo 2 1967-December-30–1975-December-31
Atty. Danilo Lacuna, Sr. 3 1967-December-30–1975-December-31
Carlos Loyzaga 3 1967-December-30–1975-December-31
Avelina V. Villacorta 3 1967-December-30–1975-December-31
Jose S. Brillantes 4 1967-December-30–1975-December-31
Manuel S. Isip 4 1967-December-30–1975-December-31
Gonzalo Puyat III 4 1967-December-30–1975-December-31
Manuel Uy, Jr. 4 1967-December-30–1975-December-31
Jose Pete Villanueva 4 1967-December-30–1975-December-31
Jose M. Sembrano 1 1967-December-30–1975-December-31
Atty. Martin B. Isidro, Sr. 1 1959-December-30–1975-December-31
Apolonio V. Gener 2 1959-December-30–1975-December-31
Mariano M. Magsalin 3 1959-December-30–1975-December-31
Eduardo Quintos, Jr. 3 1959-December-30–1975-December-31
Francis P. Yuseco 2 1959-December-30–1975-December-31
Atty. Ernesto Maceda, Sr. 3 1959-December-30-1967-December-30
Eriberto A. Remigio 3 1959-December-30-1967-December-30
Vicente G. Cruz 3 1959-December-30-1967-December-30
Pablo V. Ocampo 4 1959-December-30-1967-December-30
Leonardo B. Fugoso 2 1959-December-30-1967-December-30
Gonzalo Santos Rivera 4 1959-December-30-1967-December-30
Francisco G. Varona, Jr 2 1959-December-30-1967-December-30
Francisco Gatmaitan 1959-December-30-1967-December-30
Alfredo R. Gomez 1959-December-30-1967-December-30
Pedro S. De Jesus 3 1959-December-30-1967-December-30
Atty. Felicisimo R. Cabigao 3 1959-December-30-1967-December-30
Fidel Santiago 1 1959-December-30-1967-December-30
Herminio A. Astorga 4 1959-December-30-1962-April-16
Name Term
Isabelo de los Reyes October 3, 1912 – October 3, 1919
Carmen Planas January 1, 1934 – January 4, 1940
Hermenegildo Atienza January 1, 1934 – January 4, 1940
Valeriano E. Fugoso, Sr. January 1, 1934 – January 4, 1940
Manuel dela Fuente January 1, 1934 – January 4, 1940
EUSTAQUIO BALAGTAS January 1, 1934 – January 4, 1940
BARTOLOME Gatmaitan January 1, 1934 – January 4, 1940
MATEO HERRERA January 1, 1934 – January 4, 1940
TEOFILO MENDOZA January 1, 1934 – January 4, 1940
INIGO REGALADO January 1, 1934 – January 4, 1940
AGATON CECILIO January 1, 1934 – January 4, 1940

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