List of Congressmen Who Voted YES for the Closure of ABS-CBN Franchise

Netizens are now searching online for the list of brave lawmakers who denies ABS-CBN Franchise and voted YES for the shut down of the Kapamilya Channel's hope of securing a new franchise.

An overwhelming 70 legislators at the House of Representatives heed the calls of the majority of Filipinos on social media to finally put an end to the controversial franchise of ABS-CBN.

Only 11 lawmakers cast their votes in to support the franchise renewal of ABS-CBN, while two congressmen inhibited and one opted to abstain. A majority vote of 44 was needed to approve the resolution denying the company's franchise.

According to various reports by major news network in the country, ABS-CBN can still appeal the panel's decision or apply for a franchise once more as long as bills for it are filed.

To recall, the National Telecommunications Commission ordered the company to shut down its broadcast services after its previous franchise expired on May 4. Government lawyers also filed a quo warranto petition against the company for “unlawfully exercising their legislative franchises."

Here's the List of Lawmakers Who Voted "YES" for ABS-CBN Franchise Shutdown:

1. Rep. Abraham Tolentino
2. Rep. Atonio Albano
3. Rep. Faustino Michael Dy
4. Rep. Jose Antonio Sy-Alvarado
5. Rep. Cyrille Abueg-Zaldivar
6. Rep. Faustino Dy V
7. Rep. Dale Malapitan
8. Rep. Eric Martinez
9. Rep. Divina Grace Yu
10. Rep. Julienne Baronda
11. Rep. Anthony Peter Crisologo
12. Rep. Luis Ferrer IV
13. Rep. John Marvin Nieto
14. Rep. Strike Revilla
15. Rep. Samantha Louise Alfonso
16. Rep. Rolando Valeriano
17. Rep. Joaquin Chipeco Jr.
18. Rep. Eduardo Gullas
19. Rep. Eleandro Jesus Madrona

20. Rep. Frederick Siao
21. Rep. Ian Paul Dy
22. Rep. Gil Acosta
23. Rep. Weslie Gatchalian
24. Rep. Prescious H. Castelo
25. Rep. Alyssa Sheena Tan
26. Rep. Christian Unabia
27. Rep. Raymond Mendoza
28. Rep. Jericho Nograles
29. Rep. Yedda Romualdez
30. Rep. Eric Yap
31. Rep. Claudine Bautista
32. Rep. Esmael Mangudadatu
33. Rep. Enrico Pineda
34. Rep. Dulce Ann Hofer
35. Rep. Sharon Garin
36. Rep. Arnolfo Teves Jr.
37. Rep. Janette Garin (Ex-Officio)
38. Rep. Paulo Duterte
39. Rep. J. F. Nograles (F. Hernandez)
40. Rep. Conrado III Estrella
41. Rep. Sandro Gonzales (Rep. P. Pichay)
42. Rep. Mike Defensor (Rep. R. Puno)
43. Rep. Allan Ty (Rep. A. Gonzales)
44. Rep. F. Matugas (Rep. J. Pimentel)
45. Rep. Luis Villafuerte Jr.
46. Rep. Raneo Abu
47. Rep. Dan Fernandez
48. Rep. Rodante Marcoleta
49. Rep. Henry Oaminal
50. Rep. Pablo John Garcia

51. Rep. Deogracias ‘DV’ Savellano
52. Rep. F. Datol (Rep. M. Romero)
53. Rep. Ferdinand Martin Romualdez
54. Rep. Jesus Crispin Remulla
55. Rep. Juan Miguel Macapagal Arroyo
56. Rep. Cristal Bagatsing
57. Rep. Juan Pablo Bondoc
58. Rep. Elpidio Barzaga Jr.
59. Rep. Bernadette Herrera-Dy
60. Rep. Xavier Jesus Romualdo
61. Rep. A. Calixto (Rep. J. Lacson-Noel)
62. Rep. Wilter Palma II
63. Rep. Ma. Theresa Collantes
64. Rep. Ria Christina FariƱas
65. Rep. Camille Villar
66. Rep. Roger G. Mercado
67. Rep. Sharee Ann Tan
68. Rep. Joseph Stephen Paduano
69. Rep. Bayani Fernando
70. Rep. Jose Singson Jr.


Rep. Sol Aragones
Rep. Christopher De Venecia
Rep. Carlos Zarate
Rep. Gabriel Bordado Jr.
Rep. Vilma Santos-Recto
Rep. Lianda Bolilia
Rep. Jose Tejada
Rep. Bienvenido Abante
Rep. Stella Quimbo
Rep. Mujiv Hataman
Rep. Edward Maceda


Rep. Alfredo Vargas
Rep. Micaela Violago
Rep. Alfredo Garbin Jr

Source: Atty. Bruce Rivera

List of Congressmen Who Voted YES for the Closure of ABS-CBN Franchise List of Congressmen Who Voted YES for the Closure of ABS-CBN Franchise Reviewed by Phil Newsome on July 10, 2020 Rating: 5
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