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DONDON BAGATSING
LAMMP

VISION AND GOALS

Bagatsing envisions "that before the turn of the century the Philippines shall have regained its pristine glory…, a country at par with the leading urban centers of Asia in terms of development and prosperity…where every Filipino shall be afforded the opportunity to live a decent human life… where every Filipino need not be enslaved in foreign lands…"

He believes that "under the era of responsible governance in a democratic system, where government and its people can work together with commonality of vision, this can be achieved… not for our sake but for that of our children and our children’s children."

 

TRACK RECORD

  • Elected, Congressional Representative of the 4th District of Manila in 1987, reelected in 1992 and 1995 where he was among the youngest, authoring and co-authoring numerous laws aimed at providing the youth with the tools and training to respond to the challenges of a highly computerized future such as: Free High School Bill, Science and Technology Scholarship Act, Children Television Act and the Anti-Hazing Law.
  • Former Chairman, Manila Sports Development Council (MASDEC)
  • Former Private Secretary to the City Mayor of Manila
  • National Executive Committee Member, NAMFREL, 1986
  • Vice President Jaycees International, 1985
  • President, Philippine Jaycees, 1984
  • Initiator, Mother Teresa Award, 1983
  • Revived the Golden Gloves Amateur Boxing Tournament
  • Camp Director, Camp Pag-ibig for physically and mentally handicapped children
  • He has gained prominence for advocating economic and social reforms.

 

CITATIONS

  • Awardee, Doņa Aurora Quezon Award – Manila red Cross Chapter, 1984
  • Awarded the Most Outstanding Jaycee Chapter President in the World, 38th JCI World Congress, 1983
  • Recipient of numerous plaques and certificates of Achievement or Recognition as a public servant, socio-civic and religious leader.
  • Consistently chosen as Most Outstanding Congressman of various groups, associations and organizations.

 

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