Senate Top Absentee: Who Is This Senator With Most Number Of Absences?

Who is the Senate top absentee?

SENATE TOP ABSENTEE – Senate Public Relations and Information Bureau (PRIB) data determined that this senator has the most number of absences.

May 2019 poll has already been concluded and it has determined the 12 senators to replace the previous 12 senators whose term will end on June 30, 2019.

Now, based on Rappler’s report, Senator Manny Pacquiao had the worst attendance record for senators in the 3rd and last session of the 17th Congress. From July 31, 2018 to June 4, 2019, and out 61 plenary sessions, the boxer turned senator only attended 49 out of it making 12 absences.

In making absences, there should only be two reasons of it – official missions in the Philippines and abroad, or plain absences. Pacquiao had no official missions but had 12 absences.

Meanwhile, Senator Francis Pangilinan only attended 47 plenary sessions. However, it was mostly because of official missions counted to 12 (10 local and two international), thus, recorded two absences. And Leila De Lima has no attendance at all as she is detained.

Here are the senators who attended the 61 plenary sessions based on report:

  1. Senate President Vicente Sotto III
  2. Senate Majority Leader Juan Miguel Zubiri
  3. Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon
  4. Senator Panfilo Lacson
  5. Senator Gregorio Honasan II
  6. Senator Joel Villanueva
  7. Senator Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III

Meanwhile, here is the list of the 24 members of the Senate after June 30 2019:

  1. Franklin Drilon
  2. Joel Villanueva
  3. Tito Sotto
  4. Panfilo Lacson
  5. Richard Gordon
  6. Juan Miguel Zubiri
  7. Manny Pacquiao
  8. Francis Pangilinan
  9. Risa Hontiveros
  10. Win Gatchalian
  11. Ralph Recto
  12. Leila De Lima
  13. Cynthia Villar
  14. Grace Poe
  15. Bong Go
  16. Pia Cayetano
  17. Bato Dela Rosa
  18. Sonny Angara
  19. Lito Lapid
  20. Imee Marcos
  21. Francis Tolentino
  22. Koko Pimentel
  23. Bong Revilla
  24. Nancy Binay

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