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Robin Padilla Asks to be on Committee on Constitutional Amendments

ROBIN PADILLA – The actor-turned-Senator eyes to lead the Committee on Constitutional Amendments in the Senate.

The winning senators of the Elections 2022 have already been proclaimed. Although they were not in ranks then, senator-elect Robin Padilla hooked attention for the high votes he garnered from the election. The partial results showed him leading the senatorial race.

Undeniably, the lead of Padilla in the senatorial race elicited different reactions from the people. As for him, he has no time to be bothered by those who are unhappy about it stressing that there are lots of things that need to be done.

Padilla went on a quick vacation with his family after the election. His wife, Mariel Rodriguez-Padilla, broke her silence amid the accusations that the actor-turned-Senator is not qualified. She stressed that he is really qualified for the position and he has done a lot of work even when he was still not in politics.

Robin Padilla
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According to Senate Majority Leader Migz Zubiri, senator-elect Robin Padilla asked for the Committees on Constitutional Amendments and Public Information. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, Zubiri expressed that he might head the said committees as nobody else wants to lead the said committee.

Padilla has always been vocal about his desire for some provisions in the Constitution to be changed. He is also one of those who are pushing for a federal government in the Philippines. According to Zubiri, the senator-elect might shine in the said committees as they are really his advocacies.

Based on the report, the Senate Majority Leader advises the incoming Senator to study legal terminologies and the 1987 Philippine Constitution as he wants to lead the Constitutional Amendments Committee. He also expressed that Padilla must study the revision of laws.

“Remember it also includes revision of laws, so laws that need to be revised and amended, especially those related to criminal law and other corporate law,” Zubiri expressed.

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