Senator Win Gatchalian wants to look into the Department of Energy’s (DOE) plans to ensure adequate oil supply in the Philippines following the attack on Saudi Arabian Oil Company’s (ARAMCO) key facilities last week.
Senator Win Gatchalian wants to champion greater competition on locally-funded government public works projects by amending restriction’s in the country’s 78-year-old law.
Senator Win Gatchalian says he already found the P54 billion needed to fund his bill raising the salaries of teachers by two salary grades.
A bill which seeks to protect consumers against the imposition of unreasonable and exorbitant parking fees by owners of malls, hospitals schools, and other establishments has started moving in the Senate.
To put foreign contractors on equal footing with their local counterparts, drive down costs in the construction industry, and bring in new technology, Senator Win Gatchalian wants to amend the 54-year-old Contractors’ License Law.
Senator Win Gatchalian has a filed a bill to reduce the optional and compulsory retirement ages of government workers by five years.
The Senate Committee on Energy chaired by Senator Win Gatchalian has grilled the Department of Energy (DOE) on the status of electrification of the country as the committee started the hearing on a bill that will spur microgrid development in unserved and underserved areas nationwide.
Senator Win Gatchalian wants corruption in the state-run Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) to be completely eradicated first before the Senate pass a measure seeking to raise excise taxes on alcohol products.