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Legislative districts of Bukidnon

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The Legislative districts of Bukidnon, namely the congressional district thereafter until 1972. From 1978 to 1984 it was part of the representation of Region X, and from 1984 to 1986 it elected 2 assemblymen at-large. In 1986 to 2012, the province was represented by three representatives. In 2013, Bukidnon was redistricted into four congressional districts after the Republic Act 10184, a law reapportioning Bukidnon into four legislative districts, was signed by President Benigno S. Aquino III last September 28, 2012.[1][2]

Map showing the Legislative Districts of the province of Bukidnon.

Contents

  • 1st District 1
    • 1987 - 2012 1.1
  • 2nd District 2
    • 1987 - 2012 2.1
  • 3rd District 3
  • 4th District 4
  • Lone district (defunct) 5
  • References 6

1st District

National Legislature Representative[3]
16th Congress
2013—2016
Ma. Lourdes O. Acosta-Alba

1987 - 2012

National Legislature Representative[3]
8th Congress
1987—1992
Socorro O. Acosta
9th Congress
1992—1995
10th Congress
1995—1998
11th Congress
1998—2001
Juan Romeo Nereus O. Acosta
12th Congress
2001—2004
13th Congress
2004—2007
14th Congress
2007—2010
Candido P. Pancrudo, Jr.
15th Congress
2010—2013
Jesus Emmanuel M. Paras

2nd District

National Legislature Representative[3]
16th Congress
2013—2016
Florencio T. Flores, Jr

1987 - 2012

National Legislature Representative[3]
8th Congress
1987—1992
Violeta T. Labaria
9th Congress
1992—1995
Reginaldo N. Tilanduca
10th Congress
1995—1998
11th Congress
1998—2001
12th Congress
2001—2004
Berthobal R. Ancheta
13th Congress
2004—2007
Teofisto D.L. Guingona III
14th Congress
2007—2010
15th Congress
2010—2013
Florencio T. Flores, Jr.

3rd District

National Legislature Representative[3]
8th Congress
1987—1992
Jose Ma. R. Zubiri, Jr.
9th Congress
1992—1995
10th Congress
1995—1998
11th Congress
1998—2001
Juan Miguel F. Zubiri
12th Congress
2001—2004
13th Congress
2004—2007
13th Congress
2007—2010
Jose Ma. F. Zubiri III
15th Congress
2010—2013
16th Congress
2013—2016

4th District

National Legislature Representative[3]
16th Congress
2013—2016
Rogelio Neil P. Roque

Lone district (defunct)

National Legislature Representative[3]
1st National Assembly
1935—1938
Manuel Fortich
2nd National Assembly
1938—1941
3rd National Assembly
1941—1946
1st Congress
1946—1949
Remedios Ozamis Fortich
2nd Congress
1949—1953
Cesar M. Fortich
3rd Congress
1953—1957
4th Congress
1957—1961
5th Congress
1961—1965
6th Congress
1965—1969
Benjamin N. Tabios
7th Congress
1969—1972
Cesar M. Fortich
Regular Batasang Pambansa
1984—1986
Lorenzo S. Dinlayan
Jose Ma. R. Zubiri, Jr.

References

  1. ^ Porcalla, Delon (October 5, 2012). "4th legislative district created in Bukidnon".  
  2. ^ Paras, Jesus Emmanuel M., Flores, Florencio T. Jr., and  
  3. ^ a b c d e f g "Philippine House of Representatives Congressional Library".  
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