List of Congressmen Who Did NOT Sign the Corona Impeachment Complaint

*This list was posted via Facebook by  Irish Gillette Rillera Sarmiento.

Gloria Arroyo swearing in Renato Corona as Chief Justice (from Philippine Daily Inquirer)

Aglipay, Emmeline Y.; PL – DIWA

Albano, Rodolfo B.; Isabela, 1st District

Alcover, Pastor Jr. M.; PL – ANAD

Almario, Thelma Z.; Davao Oriental, 2nd District

Amante-Matba, Angelica M.; Agusan del Norte, 2nd District

Andaya, Rolando Jr. G.; Camarines Sur, 1st District

Antonino, Rodolfo W.; Nueva Ecija, 4th District

Apostol, Sergio F.; Leyte, 2nd District

Aquino, Jose II S.; Agusan del Norte, 1st District

Arroyo, Diosdado Macapagal; Camarines Sur, 2nd District

Arroyo, Iggy T.; Negros Occidental, 5th District

Aumentado, Erico B.; Bohol, 2nd District

Bagasina, Catalina C.; PL – ALE

Biazon, Rodolfo G.; Muntinlupa City, Lone District

Bichara, Al Francis DC.; Albay, 2nd District

Binay, Mar-Len Abigail S.; Makati City, 2nd District

Bondoc, Anna York P., M.D.; Pampanga, 4th District

Bravo, Narciso Jr. R.; Masbate, 1st District

Brawner Baguilat, Teddy Jr.; Ifugao, Lone District

Cagas, Marc Douglas IV C.; Davao del Sur, 1st District

Calimbas-Villarosa, Ma. Amelita A.; Occidental Mindoro, Lone District

Canonigo, Ranulfo P.; PL – KAKUSA

Cari, Jose Carlos L.; Leyte, 5th District

Castro, Jane T.; Capiz, 2nd District

Co, Christopher S.; PL – AKO BICOL

Dalog, Maximo B.; Mountain Province, Lone District

Datumanong ,Simeon A.; Maguindanao, 2nd District

Defensor, Arthur Jr. R.; Iloilo, 3rd District

Del Rosario, Anthony G.; Davao del Norte, 1st District

Diaz, Antonio M. (†); Zambales, 2nd District

Dimaporo, Fatima Aliah Q.; Lanao del Norte, 2nd District

Dimaporo, Imelda Quibranza; Lanao del Norte, 1st District

Duavit, Joel Roy; Rizal, 1st District

Ecleo, Ruben Jr. B.; Dinagat Islands, Lone District

Escudero, Salvador III H.; Sorsogon, 1st District

Fabian, Erico Basilio A.; Zamboanga City, 2nd District

Fariñas, Rodolfo C.; Ilocos Norte, 1st District

Fernandez, Danilo Ramon S.; Laguna, 1st District

Flores, Florencio Jr. T.; Bukidnon, 2nd District

Fua, Orlando B.; Siquijor, Lone District

Garcia, Pablo John F.; Cebu, 3rd District

Garcia, Pablo P.; Cebu, 2nd District

Gullas, Eduardo R.; Cebu, 1st District

Gunigundo, Magtanggol T.; Valenzuela City, 2nd District

Ilagan,Luzviminda C.; PL – GABRIELA

Jalosjos, Cesar G.; Zamboanga del Norte, 3rd District

Jalosjos, Romeo Jr. M.; Zamboanga Sibugay, 2nd District

Jalosjos, Seth F. P.; Zamboanga del Norte, 1st District

Kho, Antonio T.; Masbate, 2nd District

Labadlabad, Rosendo S.; Zamboanga del Norte, 2nd District

Lagdameo, Monique Yazmin Q.; Makati City, 1st District

Lagman, Edcel C.; Albay, 1st District

Lazatin, Carmelo F.; Pampanga, 1st District

Leonen-Pizarro, Catalina G.; PL – ABS

Macapagal Arroyo, Juan Miguel; PL – AGP

Macapagal-Arroyo, Gloria M.; Pampanga, 2nd District

Magsaysay, Ma. Milagros H.; Zambales, 1st District

Mandanas, Hermilando I.; Batangas, 2nd District

Marañon, Alfredo III D.; Negros Occidental, 2nd District

Marcoleta, Rodante D.; PL – ALAGAD

Marcos, Imelda R.; Ilocos Norte, 2nd District

Matugas, Francisco ‘Lalo’ T.; Surigao del Norte, 1st District

Mellana, Evelyn P.; Agusan del Sur, 2nd District

Mercado-Revilla, Lani; Cavite, 2nd District

Nograles, Karlo Alexei B.; Davao City, 1st District

Obillo, Reena Concepcion G.; PL – UNA ANG PAMILYA

Ocampo, Rosenda Ann; Manila, 6th District

Ong, Emil L.; Northern Samar, 2nd District

Ortega, Victor Francisco C.; La Union, 1st District

Osmeña, Tomas R.; Cebu City, 2nd District

Pacquiao, Emmanuel D.; Sarangani, Lone District

Padilla, Carlos M.; Nueva Vizcaya, Lone District

Pangandaman, Mohammed Hussein P.; Lanao del Sur, 1st District

Pangandaman, Nasser C.; PL – AA KASOSYO

Pangandaman, Solaiman C. (Resigned); PL – AA KASOSYO

Panotes, Elmer E.; Camarines Norte, 2nd District

Pichay, Philip A.; Surigao del Sur, 1st District

Radaza, Arturo O.; Lapu-Lapu City, Lone District

Remulla, Jesus Crispin C.; Cavite, 7th District

Rodriguez, Maximo Jr. B.; PL – ABANTE MINDANAO

Rodriguez, Rufus B.; Cagayan de Oro City, 2nd District

Romarate, Guillermo Jr. A.; Surigao del Norte, 2nd District

Romualdez, Ferdinand Martin G.; Leyte, 1st District

Romualdo, Pedro P.; Camiguin, Lone District

Romulo, Roman T.; Pasig City, Lone District

Sambar, Mark Aeron H.; PL – PBA

Singson, Eric Jr. G.; Ilocos Sur, 2nd District

Singson, Ronald V. (Resigned); Ilocos Sur, 1st District

Socrates, Victorino Dennis M.; Palawan, 2nd District

Suarez, Danilo E.; Quezon, 3rd District

Sy-Alvarado, Ma. Victoria R.; Bulacan, 1st District

Syjuco, Augusto Boboy, Ph.D.; Iloilo, 2nd District

Tan, Milagrosa ‘Mila’ T.; Western Samar, 2nd District

Tiangco, Tobias ‘Toby’ M.; Navotas City, Lone District

Tinga, Sigfrido R.; Taguig City, 2nd District

Ty, Arnel U.; PL – LPGMA

Villafuerte, Luis R.; Camarines Sur, 3rd District

Villar, Mark A.; Las Piñas City, Lone District

Yap, Arthur C.; Bohol, 3rd District

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8 thoughts on “List of Congressmen Who Did NOT Sign the Corona Impeachment Complaint

  1. These are people who are not threatened that their Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) or “pork barrel” will be withdrawn if they will not approve Corona’s ouster. Pnoy, by his overt acts, doesn’t even know the basics of SEPARATION OF POWERS of the 3 coequal branches of the government. He is encroaching on the independence of the judiciary. I don’t know what has got into him. His acts will destroy our democracy. Is he going to be an autocrat?

    1. Cattleya, those who did not sign the complaint did so at their own peril. Rep. Mandanas and Rep. Tiangco lost their respective House committees because of this. Noynoy to me acts like a bully.

      1. Yeah. Db si Deputy Speaker and Cavite Rep. Jesus Crispin Remulla nag resign na rin? Pnoy is also allegedly attempting to grab power from Enrile. “The administration has everything to gain by having one of its close allies at the helm of the Senate as it would end up having full control of both chambers of Congress, since the House of Representatives is already dominated by Liberal Party (LP) members and other like-minded parties.” Let’s just wait and see what will happen next.

      2. Sana hindi mag-resign si CJ Corona because if he does, Aquino allies can target all Arroyo appointees for impeachment – so that PNoy can fill it up with his own poodles. Ano mangyayari sa Supreme Court nyan? And Cattleya, look at this: they are complaining too much about Corona siding with GMA very often. To be fair, why don’t they investigate Justice Antonio Carpio for consistently voting against GMA?

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