Palace welcomes House decision to recall enrolled budget bill

POLITIKO | March 18, 2019

Malacanang on Monday welcomed the move of the House of Representatives to recall their version of the proposed 2019 national budget. This, after Senator Panfilo Lacson said that Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has agreed to withdraw the House version of the P3.75-trillion 2019 budget today. Lacson added that he received a call from Rep. Ronaldo Zamora on Sunday, informing him of the House leadership’s decision. “We welcome it. We welcome that they finally settled their differences. So, we hope that they will be submitting the enrolled bill and for the President to go over it and sign it if it conforms with the Constitution,” presidential spokesperson Salvador Panelo told reporters.

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These infographics from The King’s Fund and the Local Government Association set out key facts about the public health system and the return on investment for some public health interventions. You are welcome to use them in your office, in documents or presentations but please credit The King’s Fund and Local Government Association wherever you do this.

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