Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has achieved a distinguished career in government, having served in several positions in both the executive and legislative branches of government. For the past 25 years, he has been active in public service, and has always kept his focus on serving the Filipino people.
University of Pennsylvania, USA
1979 – 1981
1975 – 1978
1970 – 1974
1963 - 1969
Quezon City, Philippines
1962 — 1963
Week 271: September 6 - 12, 2021
No significant developments. After 271 weeks (or roughly 1,901 days) : On 16 February 2021, the Supreme Court issued a Press Briefer announcing the dismissal of BBM’s election…Read More
Week 270: August 30 - September 5, 2021
No significant developments. After 270 weeks (or roughly 1,894 days) : On 16 February 2021, the Supreme Court issued a Press Briefer announcing the dismissal of BBM’s election…Read More
Date Filled: 01 July, 2010
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AN ACT PROVIDING THAT ALL CITIZENS OF THE PHILIPPINES SHALL AUTOMATICALLY…
Date Filled: 28 July, 2010
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AN ACT IMPOSING A THREE-YEAR MORATORIUM ON THE CREATION OF NEW…
Date Filled: 04 August, 2010
Status: Pending in the Committee - 21 September, 2010
AN ACT MANDATING THE NATIONAL IRRIGATION ADMINISTRATION (NIA) TO ACCELERATE NATIONAL…
In his second term as Ilocos Norte Governor, BBM allocated P400 Million to modernize the agriculture and tourism infrastructures of the province.
Also in 1999, BBM launched Project Bannawag to increase agriculture production in the province. Project Bannawag increased the seed production of the province from 5% of demand to 25% of demand.
BBM was also able to increase the cattle and swine population in the province by 20% through the Bakahan sa Barangay program.
BBM also supported the local fishing industry through various programs that saw a tenfold increase in fish harvests from 389 metric tons in 1998 to 3,735 metric tons in 1999.
He also established the Bagnos Training Center in 1999 to provide a venue for training and promotion of indigenous Ilocano crafts and cottage industries.
It was also during his term that the now multi-awarded Museo Ilocos Norte was set up to showcase the unique culture and heritage of the Ilocos region.
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