Congress resumes session with 2022 budget

The Senate and the House of Representatives are set to continue meetings today following an extended Halloween break, with the approval of the P5.024-trillion public spending plan on the plan.

Their responsibility is to guarantee that the financial plan charge, which is centered around getting the Philippines back out and about toward full recuperation from the COVID-19 emergency, arrives at President Duterte‘s work area before yearend. This is what Speaker Lord Allan Velasco promised.

The solitary Marinduque senator additionally emphasized his obligation to guarantee the convenient institution of the public authority’s spending plan, even as he invited the confirmation from the Senate administration that it won’t permit a reenacted financial plan in 2022.

They are also happy that the Senate is in total agreement as the House to the extent that the public financial plan is concerned. Along with this, Velasco shared demanding that the sanctioning of the 2022 spending plan bill would be significant in the public authority’s endeavors to work back better in the midst of the wellbeing emergency.

The House Majority Leader Martin Romualdez additionally upheld the Speaker, saying the sanction of the public financial plan for 2022 is the “main concern” of the House administration under Velasco.




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