Bongbong Marcos

Sen. Bongbong welcomes new dentists from Ilocos Norte, sees need for more practitioners nationwide


Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” R. Marcos, Jr. welcomed the new dentists, some of whom were Ilocano, as he recognized the major role of dental practitioners in the delivery of basic health services to the Filipino people.

“On behalf of the Congress of the Philippines, let me take this opportunity to welcome our new young dentists…. And what elates me more is that a fraction of these new dentists hail from our beloved province of Ilocos Norte!” he said.

Sen. Bongbong made the remarks in a speech he delivered during the 68th Induction Ceremony and Scientific Seminar of the Philippine Dental Association (PDA)-Ilocos Norte Dental Chapter held on Monday, July 14, 2014, at the Plaza del Norte Convention Center, Paoay, Ilocos Norte.
Read More…

Esquire (July) – The State of the Nation


When I was asked to give my thoughts on the state of affairs in the country today, I knew it would be a formidable task. Every new administration is elected by the people in the hope of a better future. We would do well to examine how far we have come to achieving the dreams that we had aspired to four years ago. Some believe we have come far. Others would disagree. What is inevitable though, is that our political cycle will bring a new leadership two years from now.


esquireAny societal system, be it political, financial or otherwise, depends on its institutions in order that it be stable, functional and efficient. These institutions form the bedrock upon which any system functions and therefore they must be robust — and strong in the face of all the challenges they will inevitably face.
Read More…

Sen. Bongbong briefed on LGC review; supports DILG’s transparency in the process


Officials of the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) gave Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” R. Marcos, Jr. a briefing on the ongoing review of the Local Government Code of 1991 (LGC) on Tuesday, July 8, 2014.

Led by Undersecretary Austere Panadero, the officials explained to Sen. Bongbong, who is chairman of the Senate Committee on Local Government, the scope and overall direction of the review.
Read More…

The Daily Tribune – Dialog not EDCA to resolve maritime dispute — Marcos

By Angie M. Rosales | The Daily Tribune

TribuneA serious dialog between China and the Philippines and not the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) the administration signed with the United States government would be a compelling factor for China to amicably settle the territorial disputes with the Philippines, a senator said yesterday.
“I don’t see how the EDCA can be a factor in the conflicting claims between China and the Philippines. That’s strictly between China and the Philippines.

The only parties who can solve that problem or resolve that situation are China and the Philippines. Everyone else is welcome to make suggestions, give their views, give their insights, but at the end of the day it will be an agreement between China and the Philippines that will resolve this issue,” Sen. Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr said.
Read More…

Manila Standard Today – Marcos duns Palace about Bangsamoro

By Macon Ramos-Araneta | Manila Standard Today

Featured-image-Manila-Standard-TodaySenator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has urged Malacanang and the Bangsamoro Transition Commission to soon submit to Congress the draft law on Bangsamoro.

This will ensure they are able to meet the 2015-deadline set by the Commmission on Election for the holding of a plebiscite in Mindanao areas that will be covered by the Bangsamoro.
Read More…

See More
Senate of the Philippines Official Seal