In the hope to make our constituents safer in times of disasters, Senator Win Gatchalian renews his call for the establishment of permanent evacuation centers in every municipality and city in the country.
“It’s an insult to our government, an insult to our country and, insult to Filipino people especially to the OFWs who’ve been toiling almost blood, sweat and, tears in the Middle East”. This was how Senator Win Gatchalian described the treatment of the Kuwaiti government on the death of Jeanelyn Villavende, adding that such a very serious matter demands justice.
Along with the Department of Health’s call on the public to skip firecrackers in their New Year celebration, Senator Win Gatchalian has renewed his call to ban the sale and use of firecrackers and pyrotechniques except for authorized fireworks displays.
Senator Win Gatchalian is calling for the renegotiation of business agreements that the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) entered into with Manila Water Company, Inc. (Manila Water) and Maynilad Water Services, Inc. (Maynilad), saying that the two concessionaires violated public trust.
As Typhoon Tisoy (international name Kammuri) continues to batter the country, Senator Win Gatchalian calls for the enhancement of maritime safety to avoid a repeat of maritime accidents in the past.
The Proof-of-Parking bill will instill a culture of responsible vehicle ownership among Filipinos once it becomes a law and not prevent them from buying their dream car, according to Senator Win Gatchalian.
Senator Win Gatchalian supports the amendment of the Optical Media Act of 2003 (OMA) to give the country’s anti-piracy watchdog sharper teeth against the more tech-savvy movie and television content pirates.
Senator Win Gatchalian wants to raise the minimum age of sexual consent from 12 years old to 18 years old for statutory rape.
Senator Win Gatchalian is pushing for the passage of a bill penalizing owners of warehouses used as laboratories and storage in the manufacturing and distribution of illegal drugs, following the seizure of ₱1 billion worth of shabu from a warehouse in Malabon City.