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EDCEL C. LAGMAN
LAMMP

TRACK RECORD

  • Elected as Congress Representative for three consecutive terms where he fought for:

-Higher tax exemption levels for income earners

-Declaration of the unconstitutionality by the Supreme Court of the Oil Deregulation Law and the inclusion of consumer protection safeguards like an initial buffer fund and a transition period in the new Oil Deregulation Law

-Progressive labor reforms

-Relevant quality education and guarantees of student rights

-Decent livelihood and housing for the urban poor

-Genuine Electoral Reforms

  • Undersecretary, Department of Budget and Management, 1986-1987
  • Chief Legal Counsel and Head of Staff, Senate Technical Staff of Justice, 1970-1972
  • Technical Legal Assistant, Office of the Supreme Court Chief Justice, 1968-1969
  • Legal Assistant, Presidential Electoral Tribunal, 1968
  • Legal Officer IV, Malacañang Legal Office, Office of the President, 1967
  • He has been an active law practitioner and was a partner of two law offices; held several positions in business, educational and civic institutions and organizations.

 

CITATIONS

  • Outstanding Congressman of the Year, Philippine Free Press, 1997
  • Filipino of the Year, Isyu Annual Awards, 1997
  • Chosen as the Most Outstanding Congressman of the Ninth Congress, Consumers Welfare Foundation of the Philippines, 1992-1995
  • Selected No. 1 Congressman out of 20 Awardees, Makati School of Journalism and Arts , and Congress Day Magazine, 1995-1997
  • Consistently chosen Outstanding Congressman every year from 1987-1997
  • Cited by the Asia-Pacific Council of Optometry for contribution to the promotion of scientific vision care in the Philippines as Father of the Revised Optometry Law.

 

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