Legislative districts of the Philippines

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The legislative districts of the Philippines are the divisions of the Philippines' provinces and cities for representation in the various legislative bodies.wikipedia
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House of Representatives of the Philippines

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Congressional districts are for House of Representatives, while there are districts for Sangguniang Panlalawigan, and some Sangguniang Panlungsod.
There are 234 legislative districts in the country, each composed of about 250,000 people.

Sangguniang Panlungsod

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Congressional districts are for House of Representatives, while there are districts for Sangguniang Panlalawigan, and some Sangguniang Panlungsod. For purposes of representation, the Senate, most Sangguniang Panlungsod, Sangguniang Bayan, Sangguniang Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan are all elected at-large, although there were previously senatorial districts.
In absence of such a provision, it is then composed of ten elected councilors; on the other hand, if the city also corresponds to a legislative district, it then elects twelve.

Sangguniang Panlalawigan

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Congressional districts are for House of Representatives, while there are districts for Sangguniang Panlalawigan, and some Sangguniang Panlungsod.
Exceptions to the rule are provinces which are divided into more than five congressional districts.

Philippines

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The legislative districts of the Philippines are the divisions of the Philippines' provinces and cities for representation in the various legislative bodies.
Senators are elected at large while the representatives are elected from both legislative districts and through sectoral representation.

National Assembly of the Philippines

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During the Commonwealth period, the Philippine Legislature was abolished, and a unicameral National Assembly was established, with representation being like that of the Philippine Assembly, each province having at least one member depending on its population.
Unlike the Jones Law Senate (1916 to 1935), whereby two senators were elected from each of the twelve senatorial districts the Philippines was divided into, the 1940 Amendments prescribed that all the 24 senators were to be elected at-large.

Tuguegarao

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Cagayan is divided into three congressional districts, wherein the city is included in the Third District together with the other 6 southern municipalities.

Senatorial districts of the Philippines

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Legislative districts of the Philippines

Imus

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A bill was filed by Congressman Joseph Abaya with co-authors Congressman Pidi Barzaga and Crispin Remulla creating the municipality of Imus as a lone Legislative districts of the Philippines.

Baguio

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Bacolod

Bacolod CityCity of BacolodBacolod City, Negros Occidental

Provinces of the Philippines

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The legislative districts of the Philippines are the divisions of the Philippines' provinces and cities for representation in the various legislative bodies.

Cities of the Philippines

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The legislative districts of the Philippines are the divisions of the Philippines' provinces and cities for representation in the various legislative bodies.

Sangguniang Bayan

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For purposes of representation, the Senate, most Sangguniang Panlungsod, Sangguniang Bayan, Sangguniang Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan are all elected at-large, although there were previously senatorial districts.

Barangay councils in the Philippines

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For purposes of representation, the Senate, most Sangguniang Panlungsod, Sangguniang Bayan, Sangguniang Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan are all elected at-large, although there were previously senatorial districts.

Sangguniang Kabataan

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For purposes of representation, the Senate, most Sangguniang Panlungsod, Sangguniang Bayan, Sangguniang Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan are all elected at-large, although there were previously senatorial districts.

At-large

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For purposes of representation, the Senate, most Sangguniang Panlungsod, Sangguniang Bayan, Sangguniang Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan are all elected at-large, although there were previously senatorial districts.

Constitution of the Philippines

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The first composition of legislative districts was enshrined in the Ordinance appended to the Constitution.

Congress of the Philippines

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Changes in the composition of legislative districts were later added as new provinces and cities were created, and the composition was modified through laws enacted by Congress.

Cortes Generales

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Representation to the legislature traces its origin to the Spanish era, when the Philippines was granted very limited representation to the Spanish Cortes.

Philippine Assembly

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During the American period, when the Philippine Bill of 1902 was enacted, the first Philippine Assembly was established as the lower house and the then-existing Philippine Commission as the upper house.

Philippine Commission

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During the American period, when the Philippine Bill of 1902 was enacted, the first Philippine Assembly was established as the lower house and the then-existing Philippine Commission as the upper house.

Batasang Pambansa

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With the coming of the Interim Batasang Pambansa and the regular Batasan during the Marcos regime, representation was done in many ways: most members were elected by regions, some by appointment from the different sectors of the society such as youth and labor, and some were members of the Cabinet appointed by the President.

Senate of the Philippines

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For purposes of representation, the Senate, most Sangguniang Panlungsod, Sangguniang Bayan, Sangguniang Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan are all elected at-large, although there were previously senatorial districts.

Governor-General of the Philippines

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The senators from 12th senatorial district were appointed by the U.S. Governor-General.