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UNA's posturing in both chambers of Congress defended

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MANILA, Philippines - Acting Senate president Jinggoy Estrada and party-mate Senator-elect Nancy Binay yesterday defended the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) over its different posturing in the Senate and House of Representatives.


Estrada and Binay have been preparing for their roles as part of the so-called constructive opposition, comprising the minority bloc in the Senate, when the 16th Congress convenes on July 22.  However, the UNA congressmen in the House are gearing up to be part of the majority.


Binay’s sister, Makati City Rep. Abigail Binay, disclosed that the UNA bloc would join the House majority group when she took her oath before Speaker Felciano Belmonte Jr. the other day.




By Christina Mendez | June 29, 2013

Read full article: www.philstar.com


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