Majority Floor Leader of the House of Representatives of the Philippines

The Majority Floor Leader of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, or simply the House Majority Floor Leader, is the leader elected by the majority bloc of the House of Representatives of the Philippines that serves as their official leader in the body. He also manages the business of the majority part in the House of Representatives. By tradition, the Speaker or any Presiding Officer gives the Majority leader priority in obtaining the floor and also, he is the traditional Chairman of the Committee on Rules.

Majority Floor Leader of the House of Representatives of the Philippines
Incumbent
Martin Romualdez

since July 22, 2019
StyleThe Honorable
(Diplomatic)
AppointerElected by the majority bloc of the House of Representatives of the Philippines
Inaugural holderManuel L. Quezon
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The Majority Floor Leader of the House of Representatives for the 18th Congress of the Philippines is Martin Romualdez, who was elected on July 22, 2019.

List of Majority Floor Leaders

  KBL
  LDP
  NPC
  LAMMP
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#NamePartyDistrictLegislative EraTerm of officeEra
1 Manuel L. Quezon NP Tayabas–1st First 19071909 Insular Government
Second 19091910
2 Alberto Barreto Zambales 19101912
3 Macario Adriatico Mindoro Third 19121914
4 Galiciano Apacible Batangas–1st 19141916
5 Rafael Alunan Negros Occidental–3rd Fourth 19161919
Fifth 19191922
6 Benigno Aquino, Sr. Tarlac–2nd Sixth 19221925
Seventh 19251928
7 Manuel Briones Cebu–1st Eighth 19281931
Ninth 19311933
8 Pedro Sabido Albay–3rd 19331933
9 Francisco Varona Manila–1st 19341934
10 José E. Romero Negros Oriental–2nd 19341934
Tenth 19341935
First 1935 1938 Commonwealth
Second 19381941
11 Quintin Paredes Abra 19381941
12 Francisco ZuluetaKALIBAPIBacolodNational Assembly19431944Second Republic
13 Eugenio PerezNP
(Liberal wing)
Pangsinan–2ndFirst19451946Commonwealth (restored)
14 Raúl LeuterioMindoroSecond1946
First19461949Third Republic
Second19501953
15 Arturo TolentinoNPManila–3rdThird19541957
16 Jose AldeguerIloilo–5thFouth19581961
17 Francisco OrtegaLa Union–1stFifth19621962
18 Justiniano MontanoCavite19621965
Sixth19661967
19 Marcelino VelosoLeyte–3rd19671969
Seventh19701972
20 Jose Roño, Jr.KBLRegion XIIIInterim19781984Fourth Republic
Samarregular 19841986
21 Francisco SumulongLDPRizal–1stEighth19881992Fifth Republic
22 Ronaldo ZamoraLakasSan Juan/MandaluyongNinth19921994
23 Rodolfo AlbanoNPCIsabela–1st19941995
Tenth
24 Mar RoxasLiberalCapiz–1stEleventh19982000
25 Eduardo GullasLAMMPCebu–1st2000
26 Bellaflor Angara-CastilloLDPAurora20002001
27 Sergio ApostolLakas
(later Lakas-CMD
and
Lakas-Kampi-CMD)
and
(previously Lakas-NUCD)
Leyte–2nd20012001
28 Neptali Gonzales IIMandaluyongTwelfth20012004
29 Prospero NogralesDavao City–1stThirteenth20042007
30 Arthur DefensorIloilo–3rdFourteenth20072010
(28) Neptali Gonzales II
(2nd time)
LiberalMandaluyongFifteenth20102013
Sixteenth20132016
31 Rodolfo FariñasPDP-LabanIlocos Norte–1stSeventeenth20162018
32 Rolando Andaya Jr.NPCCamarines Sur–1st20182019
33 Fredenil CastroNUPCapiz–2nd2019
34 Martin RomualdezLakas-CMDLeyte–1st Eigteenth2019present

See also

References

    • Pobre, Cesar P. Philippine Legislature 100 Years. ISBN 971-92245-0-9.
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