Senator Win Gatchalian hailed a new law that establishes the permanent validity of certificates of live birth, death and marriage.
The Senate approved a proposed measure that seeks to declare the second Thursday of January of every year a special working holiday to be known as “National Baptist Day.” For Senator Win Gatchalian, co-author and sponsor of the measure, this is a recognition of the Philippine Baptists' contribution to nation-building.
Senator Win Gatchalian’s candidacy received more backing from diverse religious and political groups with the latest endorsements coming from the influential Iglesia ni Cristo (INC), El Shaddai, and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front-affiliated United Bangsamoro Justice Party (UBJP).
The 42,000-strong members of the professional organization for architects in the country has decided to rally behind the re-election of Senator Win Gatchalian in the coming May 9 elections.
With less than three weeks left before the elections, Senator Win Gatchalian said the endorsement from the country’s provincial executives will provide a big boost in his re-election bid.
As early as November 2021, the 145-member League of Cities of the Philippines (LCP) sealed its support to the candidacy of Senator Win Gatchalian in seeking another six-year term in the Senate.
Senator Win Gatchalian today filed a bill banning the option to substitute an electoral aspirant who voluntarily withdraws candidacy in any forthcoming elections. Senate Majority Leader Miguel Zubiri, Senators Nancy BInay, Grace Poe, and Joel Villanueva are co-authors of the bill.
With less than three months left before the end of Fiscal Year (FY) 2021, Senator Win Gatchalian quizzed the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) on how it plans to spend the remaining P6.2 billion of its total appropriation.
Senator Win Gatchalian enjoins colleagues to consider the enactment of his bill seeking to institutionalize the grounds for declaration of nuisance political candidates and imposition of a fine for putting the election process in mockery or disrepute.