LPP Prexy Presby requests PRRD: Implement SC decision on LGU share in national taxes soonest

“It would be for everyone’s best interest if the national government will no longer delay its implementation by FY 2022, as suggested by your economic team.” This was the statement of the newly-elected president of the League of Provinces of the Philippines (LPP) and Marinduque Gov. Presbitero J. Velasco, Jr. when he humbly made an continue reading : LPP Prexy Presby requests PRRD: Implement SC decision on LGU share in national taxes soonest

IE EXPO CHINA 2019

TO : ALL GOVERNORS FROM : THE LEAGUE PRESIDENT RE : IE EXPO CHINA 2019 DATE : FEBRUARY 18, 2019 ================================================================ Greetings from the League President! This is to inform you that the European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP), a partner organization of the League. Through its subsidiary Fairs and More Inc. (FMI), continue reading : IE EXPO CHINA 2019

Regional Business Opportunities Summit

REGIONAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SUMMIT: Building Business Partnerships in the Islands of Integrity 19 October 2018 | 09:00 am to 05:00 pm | Dusit Thani Manila The Regional Business Opportunities Summit is a platform aimed at driving closer partnerships between business and the Local Government Units (LGUs) towards identifying regional business opportunities and promoting investments in the continue reading : Regional Business Opportunities Summit

LPP G.A RESOLUTION NO. 2018-015

LPP G.A RESOLUTION NO. 2018-015 ADOPTING THE CONSOLIDATED RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE LEAGUE OF PROVINCES OF THE PHILIPPINES ON FEDERALISM ============================================================== WHEREAS, the League reiterates its support behind the President’s proposed shift from a unitary to a federal form of Government through charter change; WHEREAS, this is the ultimate realization of local autonomy where powers and continue reading : LPP G.A RESOLUTION NO. 2018-015

Congress’s common legislative agenda for 2nd regular session

Leaders of both chambers of the 17th Congress have identified their common legislative agenda for the second regular session. The Senate and the House of Representatives agreed to prioritize the passage of 38 legislative measures within the second regular session. The second regular session will be divided into four quarters: first quarter from July 24 continue reading : Congress’s common legislative agenda for 2nd regular session