Senate eyeing approval of Maharlika fund, obligatory ROTC, 10 different precedence payments by June

A rather serious public hearing at the Senate of the Philippines was briefly disrupted by a loud blow after the Senate seal fell.

Facade of the Senate constructing in Pasay Metropolis. (Philippine Day by day Inquirer / file photograph)

MANILA, Philippines — The Senate is eyeing to approve the Maharlika Funding Fund and the obligatory Reserve Officers Coaching Corps (ROTC) payments by June.

Based on Senate Majority Chief Joel Villanueva on Monday, the 2 measures are among the many 12 precedence payments of the higher chamber.

The Maharlika Funding Fund invoice seeks the creation of the sovereign fund to in a bid to realize the nation’s financial targets.

The Home of Representatives authorized its model in December final 12 months.

Several lawmakers expressed their reservations on the proposal.  

In the meantime,  the obligatory ROTC and Nationwide Service Coaching Program invoice seeks to have programs launched within the senior highschool stage.

Just like the Maharlika invoice, the obligatory ROTC measure additionally drew flak as critics declare that it’s susceptible to abuses. 

The opposite 10 precedence payments that the Senate seeks to approve by June are:

  • Amendments to the Constructed-Function-Switch legislation /or the Public-Personal Partnership invoice
  • Philippine Heart for Illness Prevention and Management invoice
  • Virology Establishment of the Philippines Creation invoice
  • Medical Reserve Corps invoice 
  • Condonation of Unpaid Amortization and Pursuits of Loans of Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries invoice
  • Web Transactions Act of 2022 
  • Armed Forces of the Philippines Mounted-Time period invoice
  • Salt Business Improvement invoice
  • Nationwide Employment Motion Plan
  • Regional Complete Financial Partnership

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