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Speaker Romualdez binati si Chiz sa pag-upo bilang Senate President

Mar Rodriguez May 20, 2024
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BINATI ni Speaker Ferdinand Martin G. Romualdez ang pag-upo ni Sen. Francis Escudero bilang Senate President.

“I would like to extend my congratulations to Senator Chiz Escudero on his ascension to the position of Senate President. Senator Escudero has long been a respected figure in our political landscape, known for his dedication, integrity, and commitment to the Filipino people,” ani Speaker Romualdez.

“I would also like to express my heartfelt appreciation to Senator Juan Miguel ‘Migz’ Zubiri for his outstanding service and leadership as Senate President,” dagdag pa ng lider ng Kamara na mayroong mahigit 300 kinatawan.

Ayon kay Zubiri ang dedikasyon at pagsusumikap ni Zubiri ay nagbigay daan sa magandang nakamit ng lehislatura at pag-usad ng bansa.

“His (Zubiri) efforts in fostering a spirit of cooperation within the Senate have been invaluable,” saad pa nito.

Kumpiyansa si Speaker Romualdez sa pagtutulungan ng dalawang kapulungan para maisulong ang interes ng bansa.

“Our nation faces numerous challenges and opportunities, and it is through unity and collaboration that we can effectively address these and work towards a brighter future for all Filipinos,” saad pa ni Speaker Romualdez.

Iginiit ni Speaker Romualdez na nananatili ang pangako ng Kamara na itataguyod ang mga panukalang batas na kailangan ng bansa sa pag-unlad.

Sa ilalim umano ng pamumuno ni Pangulong Ferdinand “Bongbong” R. Marcos Jr. ay ilalatag ang mga komprehensibong programa at inisyatiba na makapagpagpapabuti sa kalagayan ng mga Pilipino.

“With Senator Escudero’s leadership in the Senate, I am confident that we can further strengthen our legislative agenda and ensure the successful implementation of these programs,” saad pa nito.

“I look forward to working closely with Senate President Escudero, Senator Zubiri, and all our colleagues in the Senate to build a more prosperous and united Philippines,” wika pa ni Speaker Romualdez.