16th Congress of the Philippines

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16th Congress of the Philippines
July 22, 2013 June 6, 2016
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President Benigno Aquino III (LP)
Vice President Jejomar Binay (UNA)
Senate
Senate President Franklin Drilon (LP)
Senate President pro tempore Ralph Recto (LP)
Majority leader Alan Peter Cayetano (NP)
Minority leader Juan Ponce Enrile
Tito Sotto (NPC/UNA); Acting, July 28, 2014 – August 2015
House of Representatives
House Speaker Feliciano Belmonte, Jr. (LP)
Deputy Speakers
Majority leader Neptali Gonzales II (LP)
Minority leader Ronaldo Zamora (NP/Magdiwang)

The Sixteenth Congress of the Philippines (Filipino : Ikalabing-anim na Kongreso ng Pilipinas) was the meeting of the national legislature of the Republic of the Philippines, composed of the Senate and House of Representatives. The convention of the 16th Congress was followed by the 2013 Senate election, which replaced half of the Senate membership, and the 2013 House of Representatives elections which elected the entire membership of the House of Representatives.

Contents

Leaders

Senate

House of Representatives

Sessions

Members

Senate (24 seats)
House of Representatives (292 seats)
  • Per bloc total
Senate (24 seats)




House of Representatives (292 seats)




Senate

Senator Party TermsBlocCity/municipality of registration
NumberStartsEnds
1. Sonny Angara LDP 1June 30, 2013June 30, 2019Majority Baler, Aurora
2. Bam Aquino Liberal 1June 30, 2013June 30, 2019Majority Quezon City
3. Nancy Binay UNA 1June 30, 2013June 30, 2019Minority Makati
4. Alan Peter Cayetano Nacionalista 2June 30, 2013May 17, 2017Majority Taguig
5. Pia Cayetano Nacionalista 2June 30, 2010June 30, 2016Majority Taguig
6. Miriam Defensor Santiago PRP 2June 30, 2010June 30, 2016Majority Quezon City
7. Franklin Drilon Liberal 1June 30, 2010June 30, 2016Majority Iloilo City
8. JV Ejercito PMP 1June 30, 2013June 30, 2019Minority San Juan
9. Juan Ponce Enrile PMP 2June 30, 2010June 30, 2016Minority Aparri, Cagayan
10. Francis Escudero Independent 2June 30, 2013June 30, 2019Majority Sorsogon City
11. Jinggoy Estrada PMP 2June 30, 2010June 30, 2016 1 Minority San Juan
12. TG Guingona Liberal 1June 30, 2010June 30, 2016Majority Malaybalay, Bukidnon
13. Gregorio Honasan UNA 2June 30, 2013June 30, 2019Minority Marikina
14. Lito Lapid Independent 2June 30, 2010June 30, 2016Majority Porac, Pampanga
15. Loren Legarda NPC 2June 30, 2013June 30, 2019Majority Malabon
16. Bongbong Marcos Nacionalista 1June 30, 2010June 30, 2016Majority Batac, Ilocos Norte
17. Sergio Osmeña III Independent 1June 30, 2010June 30, 2016Majority Makati
18. Koko Pimentel PDP–Laban 1June 30, 2013June 30, 2019Majority Cagayan de Oro
19. Grace Poe Independent 1June 30, 2013June 30, 2019Majority San Juan
20. Ralph Recto Liberal 1June 30, 2010June 30, 2016Majority Lipa, Batangas
21. Bong Revilla Lakas 2June 30, 2010June 30, 2016 1 Minority Imus, Cavite
22. Tito Sotto NPC 1June 30, 2010June 30, 2016Majority Quezon City
23. Antonio Trillanes Nacionalista 2June 30, 2013June 30, 2019Majority Caloocan
24. Cynthia Villar Nacionalista 1June 30, 2013June 30, 2019Majority Las Piñas
Notes
^1 Currently detained

Current composition

Composition history

DateEventParty(Majority/minority bloc/independent)
(Shading indicates party has members in the majority bloc)
Total
LDP Lakas LP NP NPC PDP PRP UNA IndVacant
End of 15th Congress 1 / 02 / 14 / 02 / 32 / 02 / 01 / 03 / 02 / 0231
Election result 124521153240
July 22, 2013Senate presidential election1 / 02 / 04 / 05 / 01 / 11 / 00/0/10 / 53 / 0240
July 23, 2013Santiago accepted into the majority1 / 02 / 04 / 05 / 01 / 11 / 01 / 00 / 53 / 0240

House of Representatives

The term of office of the members of the House of Representatives will be from June 30, 2013, to June 30, 2016.

District representatives

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Province/City District Representative Party TermBloc
Abra Lone Jocelyn Bernos Liberal 2Majority
Agusan del Norte 1st Lawrence Fortun Liberal 1Majority
2nd Erlpe John Amante Kusug Agusanon 1Majority
Agusan del Sur 1st Maria Valentina Plaza NUP 2Majority
2nd Bebs Mellana NUP 2Majority
Aklan Lone Ted Haresco Jr. Independent 2Majority
Albay 1st Edcel Lagman Jr. Liberal 1Majority
2nd Al Francis Bichara Nacionalista 3Majority
3rd Fernando V. Gonzalez Liberal 2Majority
Antipolo 1st Roberto Puno NUP 3Majority
2nd Romeo Acop Liberal 2Majority
Antique Lone Paolo Javier Liberal 2Majority
Apayao Lone Eleanor Bulut-Begtang NPC 2Majority
Aurora Lone Bella Angara LDP 1Minority
Bacolod Lone Evelio Bing Leonardia NPC 1Majority
Baguio Lone Nicasio Aliping Jr. Independent 1Majority
Basilan Lone Jim Hataman Salliman Liberal 2Majority
Bataan 1st Herminia Roman Liberal 3Majority
2nd Enrique T. Garcia Jr. 1 NUP 1Majority
Batanes Lone Henedina Abad Liberal 2Majority
Batangas 1st Eileen Ermita-Buhain Lakas 1Majority
2nd Raneo Abu Nacionalista 1Majority
3rd Nelson Collantes Liberal 2Majority
4th Mark Llandro Mendoza NPC 3Majority
Benguet Lone Ronald Cosalan Liberal 2Majority
Biliran Lone Rogelio Espina Liberal 2Majority
Bohol 1st Rene Relampagos Liberal 2Majority
2nd Erico Aristotle Aumentado NPC 1Majority
3rd Arthur Yap NPC 2Majority
Bukidnon 1st Malou Acosta-Alba Liberal 1Majority
2nd Florencio Flores Nacionalista 2Minority
3rd Jose Zubiri III Liberal/BPP 3Majority
4th Oneil Roque NPC 1Majority
Bulacan 1st Ma. Victoria Sy-Alvarado NUP 3Majority
2nd Apol Pancho NUP 1Independent minority
3rd Jonjon Mendoza Liberal 2Majority
4th Linabelle Ruth Villarica Liberal 2Majority
Cagayan 1st Sally Ponce Enrile NPC 1Majority
2nd Aline Vargas-Alfonso NUP 1Majority
3rd Randolph Ting NUP 2Majority
Cagayan de Oro 1st Rolando Uy Liberal 1Majority
2nd Rufus Rodriguez CDP 3Majority
Caloocan 1st Enrico Echiverri NPC 1Majority
2nd Edgar Erice Liberal 1Majority
Camarines Norte 1st Cathy Barcelona-Reyes NUP 1Majority
2nd Elmer Panotes 2 Lakas 2Majority
Camarines Sur 1st Rolando Andaya Jr. Lakas 2Majority
2nd Dato Arroyo Lakas 3Independent minority
3rd Leni Robredo Liberal 1Majority
4th Felix William Fuentebella NPC 1Majority
5th Salvio Fortuno Liberal 2Majority
Camiguin Lone Xavier Jesus Romualdo NPC 1Majority
Capiz 1st Antonio Del Rosario Liberal 3Majority
2nd Fredenil Castro NUP 1Majority
Catanduanes Lone Cesar Sarmiento Liberal 2Majority
Cavite 1st Francis Abaya Liberal 1Majority
2nd Lani Mercado Lakas 2Independent minority
3rd Alex Advincula Liberal 1Majority
4th Elpidio Barzaga Jr. NUP 3Majority
5th Roy Loyola Liberal 2Majority
6th Luis Ferrer IV NUP/Magdalo 1Independent minority
7th Abraham Tolentino Liberal 1Majority
Cebu 1st Gerald Anthony Gullas Jr. Nacionalista 1Majority
2nd Wilfredo Caminero Liberal 1Majority
3rd Gwendolyn Garcia UNA/1-Cebu 1Majority
4th Benhur Salimbangon NUP/1-Cebu 2Majority
5th Joseph Ace Durano Liberal 1Majority
6th Gabriel Luis Quisumbing Liberal 2Majority
Cebu City 1st Raul del Mar Liberal/BOPK 1Majority
2nd Bebot Abellanosa Liberal/BOPK 1Majority
Compostela Valley 1st Maria Carmen Zamora Liberal 2Majority
2nd Rommel Amatong Aksyon Demokratiko 3Majority
Cotabato (North) 1st Jesus Sacdalan Liberal 2Majority
2nd Nancy Catamco Liberal 2Majority
3rd Ping-Ping Tejada Nacionalista 1Minority
Davao City 1st Karlo Nograles NUP 2Majority
2nd Mylene Garcia-Albano Liberal 2Majority
3rd Isidro Ungab Liberal 3Majority
Davao (Davao del Norte) 1st Anthony del Rosario Liberal 2Majority
2nd Antonio Lagdameo Jr NUP 3Majority
Davao del Sur 1st Mercedes Cagas Nacionalista 1Majority
2nd Franklin Bautista Liberal 3Majority
Davao Oriental 1st Nelson Dayanghirang Nacionalista 3Majority
2nd Thelma Almario Lakas 3Majority
Dinagat Islands Lone Kaka Bag-ao Liberal 2Majority
Eastern Samar Lone Ben Evardone Liberal 2Majority
Guimaras Lone Joaquin Carlos Rahman Nava Liberal 3Majority
Ifugao Lone Teddy Baguilat Liberal 2Majority
Iligan Lone Vicente Belmonte Jr. Liberal 3Majority
Ilocos Norte 1st Rodolfo Fariñas Nacionalista 2Majority
2nd Imelda Marcos KBL 2Independent minority
Ilocos Sur 1st Ronald Singson Nacionalista 3Majority
2nd Eric Singson Liberal 1Majority
Iloilo 1st Oscar Garin Jr. Liberal 1Majority
2nd Arcadio Gorriceta Liberal 1Majority
3rd Arthur Defensor Jr. Liberal 2Majority
4th Hernan Biron Jr. UNA 1Majority
5th Niel Tupas Jr. Liberal 3Majority
Iloilo City Lone Jerry Treñas Liberal 2Majority
Isabela 1st Rodolfo Albano III NPC 1Minority
2nd Ana Cristina Go Nacionalista 2Minority
3rd Napoleon Dy NPC 2Majority
4th Giorgidi Aggabao NPC 3Majority
Kalinga Lone Manuel Agyao Liberal 3Majority
La Union 1st Victor Francisco Ortega Lakas 3Independent minority
2nd Eufranio Eriguel NPC 2Majority
Laguna 1st Danilo Fernandez Liberal 3Majority
2nd Jun Chipeco Liberal 1Majority
3rd Sol Aragones UNA 1Majority
4th Benjie Agarao Liberal 1Majority
Lanao del Norte 1st Imelda Dimaporo NPC 2Independent minority
2nd Abdullah Dimaporo NPC 1Independent minority
Lanao del Sur 1st Ansaruddin Alonto Adiong Liberal 1Majority
2nd Pangalian Balindong Liberal 3Majority
Lapu-Lapu City Lone Aileen Radaza Lakas 1Majority
Las Piñas Lone Mark Villar Nacionalista 2Majority
Leyte 1st Martin Romualdez Lakas 3Independent minority
2nd Sergio Apostol Liberal 2Majority
3rd Andres Salvacion Liberal 3Majority
4th Lucy Torres-Gomez Liberal 2Majority
5th Jose Carlos Cari Liberal 2Majority
Maguindanao 1st Bai Sandra Sema Liberal 2Majority
2nd Zajid Mangudadatu Liberal 1Majority
Makati 1st Monique Lagdameo UNA 2Majority
2nd Abby Binay UNA 3Majority
Malabon Lone Josephine Lacson-Noel NPC 3Majority
Mandaluyong Lone Neptali Gonzales II Liberal 3Majority
Manila 1st Benjamin Asilo Liberal 3Majority
2nd Carlo Lopez Liberal/KABAKA2Majority
3rd Zenaida "Naida" Angping NPC 3Majority
4th Trisha Bonoan-David Liberal 3Majority
5th Amado Bagatsing NUP/KABAKA3Majority
6th Sandy Ocampo Liberal/KABAKA2Majority
Marikina 1st Marcelino Teodoro Liberal 3Majority
2nd Miro Quimbo Liberal 2Majority
Marinduque Lone Regina Ongsiako Reyes 4 Liberal 1Majority
Lord Allan Jay Velasco 4 NUP 1Majority
Masbate 1st Maria Vida Espinosa-Bravo NUP 1Majority
2nd Elisa Olga Kho Lakas 1Majority
3rd Scott Davies Lanete NPC 2Majority
Misamis Occidental 1st Jorge Almonte Liberal 2Majority
2nd Henry Oaminal Nacionalista 1Majority
Misamis Oriental 1st Peter Unabia Liberal 2Majority
2nd Juliette Uy NUP 1Independent minority
Mountain Province Lone Maximo Dalog Liberal 2Majority
Muntinlupa Lone Rodolfo Biazon Liberal 2Majority
Navotas Lone Toby Tiangco UNA/Navoteño2Independent
Negros Occidental 1st Jules Ledesma NPC 3Majority
2nd Leo Rafael Cueva NUP 1Independent minority
3rd Alfredo Benitez Liberal 2Majority
4th Jeffrey Ferrer NUP/UNegA 3Majority
5th Alejandro Mirasol Liberal 2Majority
6th Mercedes Alvarez NPC 2Majority
Negros Oriental 1st Manuel Iway Liberal 1Majority
2nd George Arnaiz NPC 3Majority
3rd Pryde Henry Teves NPC 3Majority
Northern Samar 1st Harlin Abayon 3 Nacionalista 1Majority
Raul Daza 3 Liberal 2Majority
2nd Emil Ong NUP 3Majority
Nueva Ecija 1st   Estrellita Suansing Unang Sigaw 1Majority
2nd Joseph Gilbert Violago Liberal 3Majority
3rd Czarina Umali Liberal 3Majority
4th Magnolia Antonino-Nadres NUP 1Majority
Nueva Vizcaya Lone Carlos M. Padilla Nacionalista 3Majority
Occidental Mindoro Lone Josephine Sato Liberal 1Majority
Oriental Mindoro 1st Paulino Salvador Leachon Liberal 1Majority
2nd Rey Umali Liberal 2Majority
Palawan 1st Franz Joseph Alvarez NUP 1Majority
2nd Frederick Abueg NUP/PPP 1Majority
3rd Douglas Hagedorn NPC 1Majority
Pampanga 1st Yeng Guiao NUP/Kambilan1Majority
2nd Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Lakas 2Independent minority
3rd Oscar Samson Rodriguez Liberal 1Majority
4th Juan Pablo Bondoc Nacionalista 1Majority
Pangasinan 1st Jesus Celeste NPC 2Majority
2nd Leopoldo Bataoil NPC 2Majority
3rd Rosemarie Arenas Liberal 1Majority
4th Gina de Venecia NPC 2Majority
5th Kimi Cojuangco NPC 2Majority
6th Marlyn Primicias-Agabas NPC 2Majority
Parañaque 1st Eric Olivarez Liberal 1Majority
2nd Gus Tambunting UNA 1Majority
Pasay Lone Imelda Rubiano Liberal 2Majority
Pasig Lone Roman Romulo Liberal 3Majority
Quezon 1st Wilfrido Mark Enverga NPC 3Majority
2nd Vicente Alcala Liberal 1Majority
3rd Aleta Suarez Lakas 1Independent minority
4th Angelina Tan NPC 1Majority
Quezon City 1st Francisco Boy Calalay Liberal 1Majority
2nd Winston Castelo Liberal 2Majority
3rd Bolet Banal Liberal 2Majority
4th Feliciano Belmonte Jr. Liberal 2Majority
5th Alfred Vargas Liberal 1Majority
6th Kit Belmonte Liberal 1Majority
Quirino Lone Dakila Cua Liberal 2Majority
Rizal 1st Joel Roy Duavit NPC 2Majority
2nd Isidro Rodriguez Jr. NPC 2Majority
Romblon Lone Eleandro Jesus Madrona Nacionalista 3Majority
Samar 1st Mel Senen Sarmiento 5 Liberal 2Majority
2nd Milagros Tan NPC 2Majority
San Jose del Monte Lone Arthur Robes Liberal 3Majority
San Juan Lone Ronaldo Zamora UNA/Magdiwang 1Minority
Sarangani Lone Manny Pacquiao UNA 2Majority
Siquijor Lone Marie Anne Pernes Liberal 1Majority
Sorsogon 1st Evelina Escudero NPC 1Majority
2nd Deogracias Ramos Jr. Liberal 2Majority
South Cotabato 1st Pedro Acharon Jr. Liberal/AIM 2Majority
2nd Ferdinand Hernandez NPC/AIM 1Majority
Southern Leyte Lone Damian Mercado NUP 1Majority
Sultan Kudarat 1st Raden Sakaluran Independent 2Majority
2nd Arnulfo Go NUP 3Majority
Sulu 1st Tupay Loong NUP 2Majority
2nd Maryam Arbison Liberal 1Majority
Surigao del Norte 1st Francisco Matugas Liberal 3Majority
2nd Guillermo Romarate Jr. Liberal 3Majority
Surigao del Sur 1st Philip Pichay 6 Lakas 3Independent minority
Mary Elizabeth Ty-Delgado 6 Liberal 1Majority
2nd Florencio Garay Liberal 3Majority
TaguigPateros 1st Arnel Cerafica Liberal 2Majority
Taguig 2nd Lino Cayetano PDP–Laban 1Minority
Tarlac 1st Enrique Cojuangco 7 NPC 2Majority
2nd Susan Yap NPC 2Majority
3rd Noel Jesus Villanueva Nacionalista 1Majority
Tawi-Tawi Lone Ruby Sahali Liberal 1Majority
Valenzuela 1st Sherwin Gatchalian NPC 1Majority
2nd Magtanggol Gunigundo Lakas 3Majority
Zambales 1st Jeffrey Khonghun NPC 1Majority
2nd Cheryl Deloso-Montalla Liberal 1Majority
Zamboanga City 1st Celso Lobregat LDP 1Majority
2nd Lilia Macrohon-Nuño Nacionalista 1Majority
Zamboanga del Norte 1st Seth Frederick P. Jalosjos Nacionalista 2Minority
2nd Rosendo S. Labadlabad Liberal 3Majority
3rd Isagani S. Amatong Liberal 1Majority
Zamboanga del Sur 1st Victor Yu NUP 3Majority
2nd Aurora Enerio-Cerilles NUP 2Majority
Zamboanga Sibugay 1st Belma Cabilao Nacionalista 1Majority
2nd Dulce Ann Hofer Liberal 1Majority
^1 Died on June 13, 2016. [1]
^2 Died on September 16, 2015. [2]
^3 Abayon was disqualified by the HRET due to electoral fraud and was replaced by his opponent, Daza on May 23, 2016. [3] [4] The Supreme Court reversed HRET decision to reinstate Abayon but the House of the Representatives didn't implement it. [5]
^4 Reyes was disqualified by the COMELEC and the Supreme Court due to her American citizenship and thus ineligible to hold office. [6] Her opponent, Velasco was officially recognized representative on February 1, 2016. [7] [8] [9] [10]
^5 Appointed as Secretary of Interior and Local Government on September 12, 2015. [11]
^6 Pichay was disqualified by the Supreme Court due to his libel conviction and was replaced by his opponent, Ty-Delgado, on May 23, 2016. [12] [3] [4]
^7 Died on May 12, 2015. [13]

Party-list representatives

Party Representative TermBloc
1 BANAT & AHAPO Party-list Coalition (1-BAP) Silvestre Bello III 1Minority
1st Consumer's Alliance for Rural Energy (1-CARE) Edgardo Masongsong 1Majority
Michael Angelo Rivera 1Majority
Abakada-Guro Party List (Abakada) Jonathan dela Cruz 1Independent minority
Abante Mindanao (ABAMIN) Maximo Rodriguez, Jr. 2Majority
Abang Lingkod Joseph Stephen Paduano 1Majority
Abono Conrado Estrella III 3Majority
Francisco Emmanuel Ortega III 3Majority
Advocacy for Teacher Empowerment Through Action, Cooperation and Harmony Towards Educational Reforms (A TEACHER) Mariano Piamonte, Jr. 3Majority
Julieta Cortuna 2Majority
Agbiag! Timpuyog Ilocano (Agbiag) Patricio Antonio 2Majority
Agricultural Sector Alliance of the Philippines (AGAP) Nicanor Briones 3Majority
Rico Geron 1Majority
Agri-Agra na Reporma Para sa Magsasaka sa Pilipinas (Agri) Delph Gan Lee 1Majority
Akbayan Citizens' Action Party (Akbayan) Walden Bello (until March 16, 2015)3Majority
Ibarra Gutierrez III 1Majority
Angelina Katoh (since May 14. 2015)1Majority
Ako Bicol Political Party (AKB) Christopher Co 2Majority
Rodel Batocabe 2Majority
Alay Buhay Weslie Gatchalian 2Majority
Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT Teachers) Antonio Tinio 2Minority
Alliance of Volunteer Educators (AVE) Eulogio Magsaysay 2Majority
An Waray Neil Benedict Montejo 2Majority
Victoria Isabel Noel 1Majority
Anakpawis Fernando Hicap 1Minority
Anak Mindanao (AMIN) Sitti Turabin-Hataman 1Majority
Ang Asosasyon Sang Mangunguma Nga Bisaya-Owa Mangunguma (AAMBIS-Owa) Sharon Garin 2Majority
Ang Mata'y Aalagaan (AMA) Lorna Velasco 1Majority
Ang Nars Leah Paquiz 1Minority
Ang National Coalition of Indigenous People's Action Na! (ANAC-IP) Jose Panganiban 1Majority
Ang Partido ng mga Pilipinong Marino (ANGKLA) Jesulito Manalo 1Majority
Anti-Crime and Terrorism-Community Involvement and Support (ACT CIS) Samuel Pagdilao 1Majority
Append Pablo Nava III 1Majority
Arts, Business and Science Professionals (ABS) Catalina Leonen-Pizarro 3Majority
Bayan Muna Neri Colmenares 3Minority
Carlos Isagani Zarate 1Minority
Buhay Hayaan Yumabong (BUHAY) Mariano Michael Velarde, Jr. 3Majority
Lito Atienza 1Independent minority
Erwin Tieng 2Majority
Butil Farmers Party (BUTIL) Agapito Guanlao 3Majority
Citizens' Battle Against Corruption (CIBAC) Sherwin Tugna 2Majority
Cinchona Cruz-Gonzales 3Majority
Cooperative NATCCO Network Party (COOP-NATCCO) Cresente Paez 3Majority
Antonio Bravo 1Majority
Democratic Independent Workers' Association (DIWA) Emmeline Aglipay 2Majority
Gabriela Women's Party (GABRIELA) Luzviminda Ilagan 3Minority
Emerenciana De Jesus 2Minority
Kabataan Partylist (Kabataan) Terry Ridon 3Minority
Kalinga-Advocacy for Social Empowerment and Nation-Building Through Easing Poverty (KALINGA) Abigail Faye Ferriol 2Majority
LPG Marketers' Association (LPGMA) Arnel Ty 2Minority
Magdalo Para sa Pilipino (Magdalo) Gary Alejano 1Majority
Francisco Ashley Acedillo 1Majority
OFW Family Club (OFW Family) Roy Señeres ^1 1Majority
Juan Johnny Revilla 1Majority
Social Amelioration & Genuine Intervention on Poverty (1-SAGIP) Erlinda Santiago 1Majority
Trade Union Congress Party (TUCP) Raymond Democrito Mendoza 3Majority
You Against Corruption and Poverty (YACAP) Carol Jane Lopez 2Minority
^1 Died on February 8, 2016.

Current composition

Current party standing. Party list seats are denoted by black and gray boxes to the left; Metro Manila seats are magnified on the inset at the right. 16th Congress of the Philippines party standing.png
Current party standing. Party list seats are denoted by black and gray boxes to the left; Metro Manila seats are magnified on the inset at the right.
Per party
PartyMajorityInd. & Ind. minorityMinorityNoneTotal%
Liberal 11000011037.7%
NPC 352103813.0%
NUP 24300279.2%
Nacionalista 16050217.2%
Lakas 6701144.8%
UNA 710082.7%
Buhay 210031.0%
1-CARE 200020.7%
A TEACHER 200020.7%
Abono 200020.7%
AGAP 200020.7%
AKB 200020.7%
Akbayan 200020.7%
An Waray 200020.7%
Bayan Muna 002020.7%
CIBAC 200020.7%
Coop-NATCCO 200020.7%
GABRIELA 002020.7%
LDP 101020.7%
Magdalo 200020.7%
OFW Family 200020.7%
1-BAP 001010.3%
1-SAGIP 100010.3%
AAMBIS-Owa 100010.3%
Abakada Guro 010010.3%
ABAMIN 100010.3%
Abang Lingkod 100010.3%
ABS 100010.3%
ACT-CIS 100010.3%
ACT Teachers 001010.3%
Agbiag 100010.3%
Agri 100010.3%
Alay Buhay 100010.3%
AMA 100010.3%
ANAC-IP 100010.3%
Anakpawis 001010.3%
Anak Mindanao 100010.3%
ANGKLA 100010.3%
Ang Nars 001010.3%
Append 100010.3%
AVE 100010.3%
Bukidnon Paglaum (caucuses with Liberals)100010.3%
Butil 100010.3%
CDP 100010.3%
DIWA 100010.3%
KABAKA (caucuses with UNA)100010.3%
Kabataan 001010.3%
KALINGA 100010.3%
Kambilan 100010.3%
KBL 010010.3%
Kusug Agusanon (caucuses with Liberals)100010.3%
LPGMA 001010.3%
Magdiwang (caucuses with UNA)001010.3%
PPPL 100010.3%
TUCP 100010.3%
Unang Sigaw 100010.3%
United Negros Alliance (caucuses with NUP)100010.3%
YACAP 001010.3%
Independent 310041.4%
Totals2531719129099.3%
Per bloc
BlocTotal %
Majority25386.6%
Minority196.5%
Independent minority (including 1 independent)175.8%
None10.3%
Vacancies20.7%
Total292100%

Note: Representatives who voted for Romualdez in the speakership election are denoted as "independent minority". One representative who abstained in the speakership election is denoted as an "independent" and is included in the "independent minority" bloc for purposes of classification.

Composition history

  • Shading indicates party has members in the majority bloc; italicization indicates party has members in the Minority bloc.
DateEventParty(Majority/minority bloc/unclassified)
(Shading indicates party has members in the majority bloc)
Total
Lakas LP NP NPC NUP UNA OtherLocalInd PL Vacant
End of 15th Congress 289116432711414562816
Election result 1411218422410446542884
July 2, 2013Macrohon-Nuño (independent) joins the Nacionalista Party 1411219422410445542884
July 22, 2013Speakership election7/0/7109/1/216/4/032/1/522/0/48/1/12/1/14/0/03/0/141/11/22884
July 24, 2013Duavit accepted into the majority7/0/7110/1/215/4/033/1/422/0/48/1/12/1/14/0/03/0/141/11/22884
July 29, 2013Biazon accepted into the majority7/0/7111/1/115/4/033/1/422/0/48/1/12/1/14/0/03/0/141/11/22884
July 31, 2013Dy, Ocampo accepted into the majority; R.D. Mendoza sworn in7/0/7112/115/4/034/1/322/0/48/1/12/1/14/0/03/0/141/11/32893
August 8, 2013R.D. Mendoza accepted into the majority7/0/7112/115/4/036/1/122/0/48/1/12/1/14/0/03/0/142/11/22893
May 28, 2014Paduano sworn in7/0/7112/115/4/036/1/122/0/48/1/12/1/14/0/03/0/142/11/32902
May 29, 2014Paduano accepted into the majority7/0/7112/115/4/036/1/122/0/48/1/12/1/14/0/03/0/143/11/22902
March 16, 2015W. Bello's resignation7/0/7112/115/4/036/1/122/0/48/1/12/1/14/0/03/0/142/11/22893
May 12, 2015E. Cojuangco's death7/0/7112/115/4/035/1/122/0/48/1/12/1/14/0/03/0/142/11/22884
May 13, 2015Katoh sworn in7/0/7112/115/4/035/1/122/0/48/1/12/1/14/0/03/0/142/11/32893
May 19, 2015Katoh accepted into the majority7/0/7112/115/4/035/1/122/0/48/1/12/1/14/0/03/0/143/11/22893
September 16, 2015Panotes's death6/0/7112/115/4/035/1/122/0/48/1/12/1/14/0/03/0/142/11/32884
September 29, 2015M.S. Sarmiento's swearing in as Secretary of the Interior and Local Government6/0/7111/115/4/035/1/122/0/48/1/12/1/14/0/03/0/142/11/32875
  • In this tally, congressmen who voted for Romualdez are unclassified.

Committees

Constitutional bodies

CommitteeSenateHouse of Representatives
ChairmanMinority leaderChairmanDistrictMinority leaderDistrict
Commission on Appointments Franklin Drilon Vicente Sotto III Antonio del Rosario*Capiz–1st Rodolfo Albano III Isabela–1st
Electoral tribunals Bam Aquino Nancy Binay Franklin Bautista Davao del Sur–2nd Luzviminda Ilagan Party-list
Judicial and Bar Council Aquilino Pimentel III N/A Niel Tupas, Jr. Iloilo–5thN/A

*Replacement for resigned member Mel Senen Sarmiento (Liberal; Samar–1st)

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