List of politicians who voted against Gina Lopez appointment


Remember the names and faces of these lawmakers. You can base your decision if you’ll stick with some of them or remove them off your list in the next national election.

A number Filipinos, at least those who are “in the know” are disappointed with Commission on Appointment’s (CA) final decision on Gina Lopez as DENR secretary. The netizens flocked to the social media such as Facebook and Twitter to vent their anger.

The CA, after 3 confirmation hearings, have decided that Lopez can no longer act as head of Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

But the CA is not a one-man agency. It is composed of 24 politicians from the senate (12) and congress (12), and here they are and their vote on Gina Lopez.

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VOTED FOR
 Party
Sen. Bam Aquino   Liberal Party  
Sen. Franklin Drilon   Liberal Party  
Sen. JV Ejercito   PDP-Laban  
Sen. Loren Legarda   NPC  
Sen. Manny Pacquiao   PDP-Laban  
Sen. Francis Pangilinan   Liberal Party  
Sen. Ralph Recto   Liberal Party  
Sen. Vicente Sotto   NPC  

 

VOTED AGAINST
 Party
 Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano  Nacionalista  
 Sen. Gregorio Honasan  UNA  
 Sen. Panfilo Lacson  Independent  
 Sen. Juan Miguel Zubiri  PDP-Laban  
 Rep. Rodolfo T. Albano III  Nacionalista  
 Rep. Joel Mayo Almario  PDP-Laban  
 Rep. Julieta Cortuna  A TEACHER  
 Rep. Weslie Gatchalian  NPC  
 Rep. Anthony Floirendo  PDP-Laban  
 Rep. Roy Loyola  PDP-Laban  
 Rep. Sandy Ocampo  Liberal Party  
 Rep. Benhur Salimbangon  NUP  
 Rep. Josephine Y. Ramirez-Sato  Liberal Party  
 Rep. Abraham Tolentino  PDP-Laban  
 Rep. Jerry Treñas  PDP-Laban  
 Rep. Ronaldo Zamora  PDP-Laban  
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Will the Philippines’ environment become more at risk now that Gina Lopez is no longer the DENR secretary?

Anong masasabi mo? 🙂

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