Senate of the Philippines
The Senate of the Philippines (Filipino: Senado ng Pilipinas, also Mataas na Kapulungan ng Pilipinas or "upper chamber") is the upper house of the bicameral legislature of the Philippines, the Congres...
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Philippine senatorial elections
Elections to the Senate of the Philippines is done via plurality-at-large voting; a voter can vote for up to twelve candidates, with the twelve candidates with the highest amount of votes being electe...
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List of members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines
These are the members of the 15th Congress of the Philippines. The 15th Congress convened on July 26, 2010 and will adjourn around June 2013. Senators elected on the 2007 Senate election and senators ...
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List of Philippine Senate committees
This is a complete list of Philippine Congressional committees (standing committees, and special committees) that are currently operating in the Senate of the Philippines, the upper house of the Phili...
Majority leader of the Senate of the Philippines
The Majority leader of the Senate of the Philippines (also called as the Senate Majority Floor Leader) is the leader elected by the majority party of the Senate of the Philippines that serves as their...
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Philippine Senate election, 1963
A senatorial election was held on November 12, 1963 in the Philippines. The 1963 elections were known as a midterm election as the date when the elected officials take office falls halfway through Pre...
President pro tempore of the Senate of the Philippines
The President Pro-Tempore of the Senate of the Philippines is the second highest-ranking official of the Senate of the Philippines. During the absence of the Senate President, the Senate President pro...
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Philippine Senate election, 1955
A senatorial election in the Philippines was held on November 8, 1955. The 1955 elections were known as a midterm election as the date when the winners take office falls halfway through President Ramo...
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Minority Floor Leader of the Senate of the Philippines
The Minority leader of the Senate of the Philippines (also called as the Senate Minority Floor Leader) is the leader elected by the minority party of the Senate of the Philippines that serves as thei...
Senate Electoral Tribunal
The Senate Electoral Tribunal (SET) is an electoral tribunal that decides election protests in the Senate of the Philippines. It consists of 6 senators, and 3 justices of the Supreme Court of the Phil...
Philippine Senate election, 2007
Election to the Senate of the Philippines was held on Monday, May 14, 2007. This is to elect 12 of the 24 seats in the Senate. Together with those elected in 2004, they will comprise the 14th Congress...
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Philippine Senate election, 1959
Senatorial elections were held on November 10, 1959. The 1959 elections were known as the 1959 Philippine midterm election as the date when the elected officials take office falls halfway through Pres...
Philippine Senate election, 1971
A senatorial election were held in the Philippines on November 8, 1971. The opposition Liberal Party took 5 seats in the Philippine Senate while 3 seats were taken by the Nacionalista Party, the admin...
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List of women Senators of the Philippines
This is a list of women senators of the Philippines. This was created as a guide to identify the women in the Philippines who has served as senators in the Senate of the Philippines, as distinct from ...
List of Senators of the Philippines
The Senate of the Philippines is the upper house of Congress. The senate composed of 24 senators, each elected to a six-year term, with one re-election under plurality-at-large voting: on each electio...
Floor leaders of the Senate of the Philippines
The Senate Majority and Minority Leaders (also called as Senate Floor Leaders) are the two Senators of the Philippines who are elected by their respective parties or coalitions as their official leade...
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Philippine Senate election, 1957
Senatorial elections were held on November 12, 1957 in the Philippines. The Nacionalista Party, despite losing two seats to the Liberal Party still held the Senate with twenty seats. The Liberals who ...
Philippine Senate elections, 1934
Legislative elections were held on June 5, 1934 in the Philippines. Manuel L. Quezon and Sergio Osmeña were re-elected in the Philippine Senate and still arch-rivals since the Nacionalista Party broke...
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Philippine Senate Blue Ribbon Committee
The Committee on Accountability of Public Officers and Investigations of the Senate of the Philippines, or more popularly known as the Blue Ribbon Committee, is the Senate committee tasked to investig...
President of the Senate of the Philippines
The President of the Senate of the Philippines (Filipino: Pangulo ng Senado ng Pilipinas) or more popularly known as the Senate President, is the presiding officer and the highest ranking-official...
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Philippine Senate election, 1951
A senatorial election was held in the Philippines on November 13, 1951. The election was known as a midterm election as the date when elected candidates take office falls halfway through President Elp...
Philippine Senate election, 1951 - Wikipedia
Majority Floor Leader of the Senate of the Philippines
The Majority leader of the Senate of the Philippines (also called as the Senate Majority Floor Leader) is the leader elected by the majority party of the Senate of the Philippines that serves as their...
Majority Floor Leader of the Senate of the Philippines - Wikipedia