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Your Taxes At Work: Philippine Senators’ Legislative Performance (Or Non-Performance)

Posted by Marvin on September 14, 2007

After the 2007 senatorial elections, I woke up to the sad fact that we as a people are nitwits when it comes to selecting leaders specific to our republican form of government. Filipinos still fail to grasp the basic fact that the Senate is a national legislative body – it is NOT a body for people who excel in executive action, it is NOT a body for popular personalities, it is NOT a body of people who shout loudly at the top of their lungs in order to get attention. The Senate is the upper chamber of Congress whose main function is to craft laws. Being composed of people with no direct constituents, the expectation is that the Philippine Senate will tackle bills/laws of national scope and importance. This is not the venue for parochial, inter-barangay or ordinance-like bills – leave that to the House of Representatives and to the thousands of municipal councils out there. In other words, you need to be properly equipped to be in the Senate.

The 14th Congress of the Republic of the Philippines opened last June. It’s been about 2 months since then…Ano na ba ang ginagawa ng mga senador ngayon? People mainly see all of their useless investigations (in aid of legislation kuno…more in aid of their popularity). But looking at their core competency (crafting laws), how are they performing?

Remember: Your taxes are paying for the Senate. Sen. Miriam Defensor-Santiago  mentioned in a radio interview that senators normally get P43,000 per month as their base salary. In addition, they get around P1.3 Million per month for their staff. Yes folks…senators are not solomonic in their wisdom – they need a staff of people to coach them on what to say and when to say it, research bills for them and basically be at their beck and call. Add to this, travel allowances for “official” trips within the country and abroad. And before I forget, senators are also given individual pork barrel funds. I am not privy to the number but let’s just say it’s P200 Million each annually for simplicity’s sake (the actual number might be higher than this). All in all, each senator gets an annual salary of P516,000 PLUS an annual staff allowance of  P15,600,000 PLUS their pork barrel of P200,000,000 PLUS travel and other allowances which I can’t estimate at this point. Bottom-line: P216.116 Million per senator per year or P18.00 Million per senator per month. That’s a lot of money not to mention taxpayer’s blood, toil, tears and sweat!

How then do our esteemed senators use this money for the betterment of the Filipino nation? Tough question? Surprisingly, the answer is available to the public via the website of the Philippine Senate . Let us take a look at their performance (June-July 2007):

SENATOR: Angara, Edgardo
BILLS FILED: 78
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Renewable Energy Reserves Act of 2007 (filed June 30)
Children’s Health Insurance Program (filed June 30)
Magna Carta of Filipino Seafarers (filed June 30)
Compressed Workweek/Flextime Arrangement (filed July 3)
[PinoyXPat: Angara’s experience in legislation is clearly evident here. Most of his bills are national in scope and addresses key areas where legislation is either lacking or inadequate.]

SENATOR: Aquino III, Benigno
BILLS FILED: 1
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Workers’ Productivity Incentives Act of 2007 (filed July 26)
[PinoyXPat: He’s probably in the throes of the neophyte jinx. Or maybe he’s emulating his father, the late Sen. Benigno Aquino, Jr. – who is not known for being prodigous when it comes to legislation. My advice: Don’t even try emulating your father’s senatorial performance. You lack several key things of which he has tons of: wit, charisma and a brilliant mind for starters…]

SENATOR: Arroyo, Joker
BILLS FILED: 0
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
None.
[PinoyXPat: Say it ain’t so Jo(ker)…One of my favorite legislators because of his brilliant mind and the power of his arguments. Tumatanda na yata si Joker…I’d hate to give you the “Kalabasa Award” given your brilliant stint as congressman and senator…]

SENATOR: Biazon, Rodolfo
BILLS FILED: 44
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Public School Teachers Tax Incentive Act (filed July 3)
Anti-Torture Act (filed June 30)
AFP Chief of Staff (Fixed Term) (filed June 30)
[PinoyXPat: I must say, Biazon has developed from a bumbling neophyte senator to someone whom I would call “average/above average”….The former goat of the Philippine Military Academy must be saying to himself: “Gedemit kadit! Who’s the goat now?”]

SENATOR: Cayetano, Pia
BILLS FILED: 32
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Mt. Balatukan Range Natural Park Act of 2007 (filed July 4)
Granting The Governor The Power To Solemnize Marriages (filed July 4)
Anti-Drunk Driving Act of 2007 (filed July 3)
[PinoyXPat: Iha…Second-term mo na sa Senado…You should start shaping up! Most of the bills she filed are for the creation of obscure national parks. Remember that the environment is only one of the many focus areas of a senator. What the #$%^? Is giving governors the power to marry people a critical need of the country?]

SENATOR: Cayetano, Alan
BILLS FILED: 0
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
None.
[PinoyXPat: Zero…Itlog…Kalabasa…Cayetano is being true to himself and being consistent. He was a do-nothing congressman…He is a do-nothing senator now…Hoy Tisoy! Tigil-tigilan mo ang pagpapogi sa camera at sa pagsali-sali sa mga kung anu-anong imbestigasyon na wala namang katuturan! Sayang ang buwis ng taong-bayan sa yo!]

SENATOR: Defensor-Santiago, Miriam
BILLS FILED: 189
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Battered Women’s Testimony Act of 2007 (filed July 24)
Anti-Discrimination Act (filed July 24)
Government Recycling Act of 2007 (filed July 18)
National Drug & Crime Emergency Act (filed July 5)
Government Data Privacy Protection Act of 2007 (filed July 4)
Anti-Hazing Law (filed July 4)
[PinoyXPat: Quite prolific…Seasoned legislator…]

SENATOR: Estrada, Jinggoy
BILLS FILED: 430
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Breast Care Centers (filed July 3)
Prostate Cancer Public Awareness Act (filed July 3)
Ambulant Vendors Protection Act (filed July 3)
Aviation Noise Limit Act (filed July 3)
Mother’s Day Act (filed July 3)
Electoral Fraud (filed July 2)
[PinoyXpat: Aba…Mukhang nabasa ng isa sa mga staff niya ang blog entry ko tungkol kay Erap/Mini-Me…[link here]…Champion pag dating sa paramihan…But looking at the quality of the bills – very parochial…Pang-munisipyo ika nga…Protecting ambulant vendors – I just hope this is not similar to that STUPID Lina Law protecting squatters! Aviation noise and Mother’s Day – kritikal ba ito sa bansa? Folks, don’t be fooled by the numbers – I looked at his other bills and I think he is listed as co-authors of other bills filed by other senators…Not all his bills are originally his…“It’s not the numbers mate…It’s the content and substance…”]

SENATOR: Enrile, Juan Ponce
BILLS FILED: 16
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Value-Added Tax Exemption on Sale of Services (filed July 25)
Philippine Anti-Trust Act (filed June 30)
[PinoyXPat: The quintessential political gadfly…I may spit on his principles (or lack thereof) but his performance in the senate is quite exemplary…He filed only a few bills but these are quite noteworthy in its scope and impact…] 

SENATOR: Escudero, Francis
BILLS FILED: 13
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Anti-Influence Peddling Act of 2007 (filed July 17)
[PinoyXPat: Neophyte beady-eyed senator…Got his baptism of fire when he was verbally “bitch-slapped” by Miriam during interpellations…Marami pang bigas na kakainin…

SENATOR: Gordon, Richard
BILLS FILED: 29
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Used Motor Vehicles Regulations Act of 2007 (filed July 16)
Volunteer Act of 2007 (filed June 30)
Disaster Preparedness & Mitigation Act of 2007 (filed June 30)
[PinoyXPat: I think some of his bills merit discussion within the Senate. His bill on disaster preparedness is something which should be considered as the Philippines has been declared as the “most disaster-prone country in the world” e.g. volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, typhoons etc. Had the Indian Ocean tsunami hit the Philippines, we might have been blown back to the Stone Age given our level of preparedness…]

SENATOR: Honasan, Gregorio
BILLS FILED: 2
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
National Security Act of 2007 (filed June 30)
[PinoyXPat: It is surprising that Honasan would file a bill on national security…The better to undermine the republic should he pull another coup attempt again? Imagine this, a disgraced soldier who led coup attempts to destroy the democratic pillars of the country – now crafting laws for the very republic he once tried to destroy? What can I say? We are nitwits when it comes to selecting leaders.]

SENATOR: Lacson, Panfilo
BILLS FILED: 27
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Philippine Air Force Academy (filed June 30)
National Reference Card System Act of 2007 (filed June 30)
Wiretapping (filed June 30)
[PinoyXPat: May na-file din naman palang bill itong isang ito…Akala ko walang inatupag ito kung hindi mag-imbestiga ng kung anu-anong bagay…He reminds me of the velociraptors in “Jurassic Park”, they keep on attacking the electrified fence but never the same place twice – methodically looking for the weak spots of the government…And to what end and for whose benefit?  This guy scares the hell out of me…]

SENATOR: Lapid, Lito
BILLS FILED: 44
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Caregiver Act of 2007 (filed July 3)
Senior Citizen’s Discount on Petroleum Products (filed July 3)
Medical Tourism Act (filed June 30)
Road Safety for Children’s Act (filed June 30)
[PinoyXPat: He surprised me…I wasn’t expecting much but he actually filed 44 bills…Wow! And some of them are not that bad (for his caliber that is)…]

SENATOR: Legarda, Loren
BILLS FILED: 97
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Journalist Welfare & Reputation Act of 2007 (filed July 26)
Productivity Incentives Act of 2007 (filed July 4)
Botica sa Barangay Act (filed June 30)
Islamic Calendar (filed June 30)
[PinoyXPat: The political butterfly (or was it prostitute as Col. Victor Corpuz once so eloquently retorted)…What’s this about the Islamic Calendar bill? Is she courting the Muslim, pro-FPJ votes?]

SENATOR: Madrigal, Jamby
BILLS FILED: 18
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Balinsasayao Twin Lakes Natural Park (filed June 30)
Downstream Oil Industry Deregulation (Repealing) (filed June 30)
[PinoyXPat: I must say it…This woman was only elected to the Senate because the gullible masses liked Judy Ann Santos – not because Madrigal deserved to be elected…Kaya hindi ko talaga mapapatawad itong si Juday eh…Hindi niya alam kung ano ang resulta ng endorsement niya…Just look at what she’s doing in the Senate. Bills about national parks? Aren’t there more important things? Repealing the Oil Deregulation Law? She probably thinks this will reduce the price of petroleum…Somebody should teach this woman that petroleum is expensive EVERYWHERE…Here in California, people are grumbling about gas…If the most powerful nation on earth couldn’t bring down the price of gas, does she think the Philippine Senate can? A little knowledge can be a dangerous thing…especially if you’re in the Senate…]

SENATOR: Pangilinan, Francis
BILLS FILED: 29
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Overseas Filipinos Investment Act (filed July 18)
University of the Philippines Charter of 2007 (filed June 30)
Alien Social Integration Act of 2007 (filed June 30)
[PinoyXPat: This senator makes sense…His bills are a reflection of this fact…]

SENATOR: Pimentel, Aquilino
BILLS FILED: 66
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Foreign Consultants Identity Disclosure (filed July 4)
Private Hospital Assistance Act of 2007 (filed July 4)
Total Log Ban (filed June 30)
[PinoyXPat: It’s hard for me to make a rational assessment…My respect for this man turned to revulsion the moment that he joined forces with Erap – the very man he tried to impeach…Politics really do make strange bedfellows…]

SENATOR: Revilla Jr., Ramon
BILLS FILED: 105
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Tanodbata Act (filed July 3)
Seniors Safety Act of 2007 (filed July 3)
Anti-Drag Racing Act (filed June 30)
National Film Archive (filed June 30)
[PinoyXPat: Another suprising performance…He has now exceeded his father’s performance in the Senate i.e. Revilla Sr. was the  ertswhile chairman of the  Committee on Silence…]

SENATOR: Roxas, Mar
BILLS FILED: 34
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
LPG Industry Act of 2007 (filed July 5)
Lemon Law Act of 2007 (filed June 30)
[PinoyXPat: A lot of consumer-related bills along the lines of his “Mr. Palengke” persona…Preparation for the presidency?]

SENATOR: Trillanes IV, Antonio
BILLS FILED: 10
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
P125 Daily Across The Board Wage Increase (filed July 3)
[PinoyXPat: This is insane…First, we elected a coup plotter with a Messiah complex to the Senate. Then he files a bill basically dictating the wage of workers. The Senate is not the body to dictate the wage of workers – it should be left to what the market can bear. Also, prescriptive legislation and market forces don’t mix…He might as well file a bill repealing the Law of Supply & Demand…Will somebody please teach this boy the basics….please…or better yet wake him up from his megalomania…]

SENATOR: Villar, Manuel
BILLS FILED: 135
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Credit Card Fraud Act (filed July 4)
Reduction of Metals In Packaging Act (filed July 4)
Prison Reform (filed June 30)
Books for the Barrios Act (filed June 30)
[PinoyXPat: Another seasoned senator…Or magaling lang ang legislative staff niya?

SENATOR: Zubiri, Juan Miguel
BILLS FILED: 1
EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
Renewable Energy Act of 2007 (filed June 30)
[PinoyXPat: Since he was the last senator to be declared winner, he probably didn’t have enough time to prepare much…Hanggang ngayon kasi naghahabol pa itong anak ni Pimentel eh…]

There you have it folks…It is essentially a mixed bag. From a purely legislative point of view, some senators did well while others are mediocre with the mental performance of sea slugs (with apologies to the sea slugs). The much-coveted “Kalabasa Award” goes to Alan Peter Cayetano for essentially doing nothing while Antonio Trillanes gets the “Repeal the Law of Supply & Demand Award” for his utter lack of understanding of macroeconomic principles…Jinggoy gets the “Trying-Hard-To-Be-Senator Medal”

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22 Responses to “Your Taxes At Work: Philippine Senators’ Legislative Performance (Or Non-Performance)”

  1. benj said

    Great research, man! 😛 This was a real fun read!

  2. Marvin said

    Thanks Benj…

    Unfortunately, 99.9999% of the Philippine population are not aware of the Senate’s performance (and probably don’t give a damn anyway)…

  3. Jon Limjap said

    Well this is a good start. Hope we have this regularly 🙂

  4. Marlon Mamaril said

    Maybe there should be some sort of due diligence or minimum performance levels, don’t you think? 189 for Miriam and 0 for Joker? And they get paid the same amount? Doesn’t really seem fair, does it?

  5. […] PinoyXPat sheds light on the performance (on non-performance) so far of our Philippine Senators. […]

  6. Marvin said

    I know what you mean Marlon…Legislative performance management scorecards…

    However, Joker Arroyo and Panfilo “Kamay na Bakal” Lacson publicly refused to accept their pork barrel funds as a matter of principle…So Joker’s “pay” might actually be lower than the rest.

    That’s the reason I handed the “Kalabasa Award” to Alan Peter “Don’t touch me…I’m the son of Rene Cayetano…” Cayetano. Wala na ngang output, may pork barrel pa…

  7. Sam said

    I like your blog very informative and witty…keep it up!

  8. squirrel said

    I’m a filipino in Australia. Over the last few years I have been frustrated reading about the stupidity of the philippine senate. I was glad to see that other people have the same view as I do about each of the senators.

    If only Miriam would run for president again…

  9. rb balicanta said

    wow parang biased ka sa PRO GMA senators ah…. bayad ka ba? malamang…

  10. Marvin said

    Mr. Balicanta: Everyone is entitled to his own opinions, leanings and biases. Everyone.

    What you are not entitled to is making unsubstantiated allegations and accusations?

    And if I must answer your question, the answer is “No.” No one paid me. I live and work in the U.S. far from the filthy hands of the scale-covered politicians be they pro-GMA or anti-GMA.

    Also, I paid a heck of a lot of pesos in taxes over the last 14 years – so I think I earned the right to question the performance of legislators who earn a living only through the good graces of taxpayers like me.

  11. rb balicanta said

    Is that so? its not a mystery then that you know nothing about the senators. Come back, then watch the news and read the newspapers. You know what I really think? You pencil necks have the littlest idea who runs the country well and who doesn’t.

    SENATOR: Cayetano, Alan
    BILLS FILED: 0
    EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
    None.
    [PinoyXPat: Zero…Itlog…Kalabasa…Cayetano is being true to himself and being consistent. He was a do-nothing congressman…He is a do-nothing senator now…Hoy Tisoy! Tigil-tigilan mo ang pagpapogi sa camera at sa pagsali-sali sa mga kung anu-anong imbestigasyon na wala namang katuturan! Sayang ang buwis ng taong-bayan sa yo!]

    He’s the chairman of Blue Ribbon, you must not have seen how he grilled the crooks who are paying you or you idolize. Watch it, I think you are rich abroad you can money order it. Then write about him again…

    SENATOR: Pangilinan, Francis
    BILLS FILED: 29
    EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
    Overseas Filipinos Investment Act (filed July 1 8)
    University of the Philippines Charter of 2007 (filed June 30)
    Alien Social Integration Act of 2007 (filed June 30)
    [PinoyXPat: This senator makes sense…His bills are a reflection of this fact…]

    Wow, you really think so? like what bill? do you know why its not being passed to LAW? You can money order clips of this man too.

    [PinoyXPat: The political butterfly (or was it prostitute as Col. Victor Corpuz once so eloquently retorted)…What’s this about the Islamic Calendar bill? Is she courting the Muslim, pro-FPJ votes?]

    [PinoyXPat: I must say it…This woman was only elected to the Senate because the gullible masses liked Judy Ann Santos – not because Madrigal deserved to be elected…Kaya hindi ko talaga mapapatawad itong si Juday eh…Hindi niya alam kung ano ang resulta ng endorsement niya.

    [PinoyXPat: Another suprising performance…He has now exceeded his father’s performance in the Senate i.e. Revilla Sr. was the ertswhile chairman of the Committee on Silence…]

    [PinoyXPat: Another seasoned senator…Or magaling lang ang legislative staff niya?]

    Marvin: What were you thinking? did u really?????? omg! you are an insult to your own OPINION! grabe ka… PENCIL NECK! be a Filipino! paying taxes your arse.

    EVERYONE: What you are not entitled to is making unsubstantiated allegations and accusations? (Lol) very IRRESPONSIBLE MARVIN.

  12. rb balicanta said

    [PinoyXPat: Another suprising performance…He has now exceeded his father’s performance in the Senate i.e. Revilla Sr. was the ertswhile chairman of the Committee on Silence…]

    I cant really get over this marvin… PERFORMANCE? oh well. whats ur address? im sending u a ticket back to the PHILIPPINES. better yet subscribe to a filipino channel. So American…

  13. wenn said

    nice! but i hope my schedule ng latest annual or monthly income ng lahat ng senators…Is that true that all of the senates have the same monthly base income? kelangan kasi ng kapatid q sa assignment nya… ewan q ba qng bakit ginagawang assignment yon? ginigising lang ang pagiging aktibista ng mga batang Pilipino eh!

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  15. sam said

    This is deceiving — please do your research! I just came across your blog and your arrogance just boggles the mind. Ignorance is tolerable but when you start tossing disparaging remarks based on half-baked knowledge, it ceases to be charming.

    Your premise: June- July 2007. Since filing bills is your basis, then you ought to know that session commences at noon of the 30th day of June (footnote: 1987 constitution). They can only start filing on June 30. Filing is just that– filing. Some senators file 100 bills on the first day just so they’ll be erroneously labeled as “most hardworking” or “early bird”.

    Some file their bills on installment basis. Some are as early as their colleagues in filing their bills. But since other senators have this habit of filing around 700 bills (copied/original,etc) in a day, their bills don’t get to be read (first reading) till the end of the month. Sometimes, 50 bills get to be read on one day. So if you’re a senator and you sent your staff to file your bills on the opening of session, and s/he was third in the queue, and the senator’s staff before her/him file 1000 bills each, don’t expect your bill to be first read soon.

    And if you happened to get your info from senate.gov.ph, then your opinion is myopic. Because the bills that appear in that website reflect only those w/c were first read and not those w/c were filed. So it doesn’t mean that Senator K filed O bills just because nothing appears in the senate website. It may mean that he may have filed 20,000 bills but because Senator A filed 200 bills and only 50 bills get to be read every day, his bills have yet to be read, ergo, his bills have yet to appear in the website.

    Hypothetical situation: At 7am on June 30, Senator A is the first in line and files 200 bills. At 7:02 am on the same day, Senator B is geared to file her/his bills and files 356 bills. At 7: 30 of the same day, Senator X falls in line and is the 24th in the queque, and files 800 bills. However, only 30 bills can be first read every session. So Senator X has to wait for a very long time till her/his bills are read and and posted in the website. Do the math.

    Moreover, Some senators have exactly the same bill as other senators. Nothing wrong w/ that as they may have the same legislative agenda in mind. Case in point:

    SENATOR: Pangilinan, Francis

    BILLS FILED: 29
    EXAMPLE OF BILLS FILED:
    Overseas Filipinos Investment Act (filed July 1 8)
    University of the Philippines Charter of 2007 (filed June 30)
    Alien Social Integration Act of 2007 (filed June 30)
    [PinoyXPat: This senator makes sense…His bills are a reflection of this fact…]

    Maybe you should check now how many other senators filed the same bill.

    Lesson: A little knowledge is dangerous. Quit making hasty generalizations (and making them publicly).

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