Senator Win Gatchalian envisions strengthened cooperation among Asia Pacific economies for the development of critical infrastructures in the face of global risks such as cyberattacks, natural disasters, and other disruptive events.
So as not to compromise the integrity and safety of the electoral process, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) should quickly move to resolve disqualification cases, including cases involving nuisance candidates.
While preparations are on-going for the 2023 barangay elections, which will be held this coming October, Senator Win Gatchalian is pushing for his proposal to create a national federation for the Sangguniang Kabataan (SK).
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.