18th Congress of the Philippines

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18th Congress of the Philippines
2019 – 2022
Official seal of the Congress of the Republic of the Philippines.
President Rodrigo Duterte (PDP–Laban)
Vice President Leni Robredo (Liberal)
Senate
Senate President TBA
Senate President pro tempore TBA
Majority leader TBA
Minority leader TBA
Members 24
House of Representatives
House Speaker TBA
Deputy Speakers TBA
Majority leader TBA
Minority leader TBA
Members approx. 297

The Eighteenth Congress of the Philippines (Filipino: Ikalabing-walong Kongreso ng Pilipinas) is the future meeting of the national legislature of the Republic of the Philippines, composed of the Senate and House of Representatives. The convention of the 18th Congress was followed by the 2019 Senate election, which will replace half of the Senate membership, and the 2019 House of Representatives elections which will elect the entire membership of the House of Representatives.

The House of Representatives will meet in Batasang Pambansa Complex and the Senate will meet in the GSIS Building from 2019 to a certain date in 2022, from the fourth to sixth year of the presidency of Rodrigo Duterte; this will be the end of tenure for senators elected in 2016. The 18th Congress will be officially opened by President Duterte together with the joint session of the Senate and the House of Representatives.

Members[edit]

Senate[edit]

Senator Party Terms Bloc City/municipality of registration
Number Starts Ends
Leila de Lima Liberal 1 2016 2022 Camarines Sur (Bicol)
Franklin Drilon Liberal 2 2016 2022 Iloilo City (Western Visayas)
Win Gatchalian NPC 1 2016 2022 Valenzuela (Metro Manila)
Richard J. Gordon Independent 1 2016 2022 Zambales (Central Luzon)
Risa Hontiveros Akbayan 1 2016 2022 Manila (Metro Manila)
Panfilo Lacson Independent 1 2016 2022 Cavite (Calabarzon)
Manny Pacquiao PDP–Laban 1 2016 2022 Saranggani (Soccsksargen)
Francis Pangilinan Liberal 1 2016 2022 Quezon City (Metro Manila)
Ralph Recto Liberal 2 2016 2022 Lipa (Calabarzon)
Tito Sotto NPC 2 2016 2022 Quezon City (Metro Manila)
Joel Villanueva Liberal 1 2016 2022 Bulacan (Central Luzon)
Juan Miguel Zubiri PDP–Laban 1 2016 2022 Bukidnon (Northern Mindanao)