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An Honorable
Loren Legarda
Sen. Legarda 2011.jpg
Senador kan Philippines
Inkumbent
Pagtukaw sa pwesto
Hunyo 30, 2007
Termino
Hunyo 30, 1998 – Hunyo 30, 2004
Chair of the Philippine Senate
Foreign Relations Committee
Inkumbent
Pagtukaw sa pwesto
Mayo 2017
Suminunod ki Alan Peter Cayetano
Termino
Hulyo 26, 2010 – Hulyo 22, 2013
Suminunod ki Miriam Defensor Santiago
Chair of the Philippine Senate
Finance Committee
Inkumbent
Pagtukaw sa pwesto
Hulyo 25, 2016
Suminunod ki Francis Escudero
Chair of the Philippine Senate
Environment and
Natural Resources Committee
Termino
Hulyo 22, 2013 – Hulyo 25, 2016
Suminunod ki Juan Miguel Zubiri
Sinundan ni Cynthia Villar
Chair of the Philippine Senate
Climate Change Committee
Inkumbent
Pagtukaw sa pwesto
Desyembre 9, 2009
Suminunod ki new office
Chair of the Philippine Senate
Agriculture and Food Committee
Termino
Pebrero 2, 2009 – Hulyo 22, 2013
Suminunod ki Edgardo Angara
Majority Floor Leader of the Senate of the Philippines
Termino
Hulyo 23, 2002 – Mayo 2004
Suminunod ki Aquilino Pimentel, Jr.
Termino
Hulyo 23, 2001 – Hunyo 3, 2002
Suminunod ki Francisco Tatad
Personal na mga detalye
Kamundagan Lorna Regina Bautista Legarda
(1960-01-28) Enero 28, 1960 (edad 59)
Malabon, Rizal, Philippines
Nasyunalidad Filipino
Partido politikal NPC (2005–present)
Iba pang partido Lakas-CMD (1998–2003)
Independent (2003–2005)
KNP (2004)
Genuine Opposition (2007)
Team PNoy (2012–2013)
Agom Antonio Leviste (1989–2008)
Mga aki 2
Dinakulaan Manila
Alma mater University of the Philippines (BA); University of California; National Defense College of the Philippines
Trabaho Senator, Journalist
Pagtubod Roman Catholic
Websityo Loren Legarda
Luntiang Pilipinas
(Mga) gaha Bai A Labi (Honorary Muslim Princess) of the Marawi Sultanate League[1];

Tukwifi (Bright Star) of the Mountain Province Indigenous Peoples[1]; Bai Matumpis (The One Who Takes Care) of the unified congregation of 10 Davao indigenous people groups[1]; Cuyong Adlaw Dulpa-an Labaw sa Kadunggan (Shining Sun Rising in Power) of the Suludnon Indigenous Peoples of Panay[1]

Lorna Regina Bautista Legarda (namundag kan 28, 1960) sarong Filipino environmentalista, kultural worker, journalist, asin politiko, bisto siya bilang an solong babayi na nagtop sa duwang eleksiyon kan mga senador kan 1998 asin kan 2007. Siya tubo sa probinsiya kan Rizal. Kan 2004 na pirilian, nagdalagan siya bilang bise-presidente bilang independiente kaiba si Fernando Poe, Jr. asin iyo man kan 2010 Philippine presidential election, para sa parehong posisyon sa irarom kan Nationalist People's Coalition (NPC) kaiba si Manny Villar.

Si Legarda sarong 2001 UNEP Laureate na idineklara kan United Nations Environment Programme,[1] asin 2008 Regional Champion for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaption for Asia and the Pacific na idineklara kan United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction.[1] Idineklara man siya kanUnited Nations bilang UN Global Champion for Resilience kan 2015. Pinamayuhan niya an Climate Vulnerable Forum, na nagsasakop sa 20 climate vulnerable na mga bansa. Nagpuon man siya nin magkakapirang batas manungod sa kultura, karapatan pantao, edukasyon, asin environmental sa Pilipinas, arog kan Climate Change Law and Anti-Domestic Violence Act. Pinangaranan man siya bilang honorary princess asin miyembro kan magkakapirang komunidad kan mga indigenous people sa Pilippinas dahil sa pagsuporta niya sa mga karapatan kaini puon pa kan dekada 1970. Siya man naging delegado kan Pilipinas saUNESCO nin pirang ulit. Siya an resipiyente kan prestihiyosong gawad kan 2016 na Dangal ng Haraya Patron of Arts and Culture.[2] Siya man tinawan oran bilang Chevalier kan France[3][4] asin Cavaliere kan Italy.[5] Pinangaranan man siya kan United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change bilang National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Champion kan 2017.[6] Kan 2018, si Legarda naging Commissioner kan bagong buong internasyonal na organisasyon na, Global Commission on Adaptation (GCA).[7]

Pagkaaki[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Si Loren Legarda namundag kan Enero 28, 1960 sa Malabon (na dating parte kan Probinsiya kan Rizal) sa ngaran na Lorna Regina Bautista Legarda, an solong aki nina Antonio Cabrera Legarda kan San Pablo, Laguna, asin Bessie Gella Bautista kan Malabon. An saiyang lolo sa parte kan ina iyo si Jose P. Bautista, sarong editor kan peryodiko bago an Martial Law, an The Manila Times.[8] Bilang sarong teenager, siya nagluwas man sa imprentadong medya asin sa telebisyon bilang modelo[9]

Naglaog siya sa Assumption College puon pagklase nin preimera hanggan hayskul,[10] kun sain naggradwar siya bilang valedictorian. Naggradwar man siya bilang cum laude sa University of the Philippines kan 1981 na igwa nin bachelor's degree in broadcast communications asin nagin Presidente kan UP Broadcast Association.[9] Pinadagos niya an saiyang postgrado mga kurso sa mga espesyal na pag-adal para maging propesyonal na journo sa University of California, Los Angeles, California asin naggradwar kan 1985.[11]

Karera sa politika[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Si Legarda nagdalagan sa pagkasenador kan1998 sa irarom kan Partido kan Lakas-NUCD-UMDP.[9] Siya pigelehir kan magkaigwa ni haros 15 milyon na boto, siya an may pinakadakol na boto kan pirilian na idto. Siya man an panduwang babayi na nagtop sa Philippine senatorial election.


Vice Presidential Election, kan 2004[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Si SenadorLoren Legarda kan 2007 Philippine Military Academy ceremony

Kan 2003, binayaa ni Legarda an Lakas-CMD (pagkatapos na si Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo nagbakli sa pangako kani na dae na madalagan ulit sa pagkapresidente) asin naglaog siya sa Koalisyon ng Nagkakaisang Pilipino, koalisyon ni Fernando Poe, Jr. bilang independiente kan 2004 na pirilian.

Kan Enero 18, 2008, sa 21-pahina na resolusyon, na sinurat ni Senior Justice Leonardo Quisumbing, anSupreme Court of the Philippines, bilang Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET), pigdismiss an electoral protest ni Legarda's laban kay Noli de Castro.[12]

Nadaog si Legarda sa pagkabise-presidente ni Jejomar Binay, siya nagikatolo sana sa 2010 Philippine presidential elections. Bilang resulta, siya nagpadagos pang magserbe sa senado. Kan 2010, si Legarda tinawan nin chairmanship para sa mga komitiba sa senador para sa climate change, cultural communities, asin foreign affairs.[13] Siya nagduduman sa United Nations para magdeposito kan mga ratipikasyon kan Pilipinas bilang miyembro kan International Criminal Court.[14] Bilang resulta kan pagkagana kan kaso ni Koko Pimentel laban sa pagkagana ni Juan Miguel Zubiri, may mga ebidensiyang nagluwas suporta sa alegasyon ni Legarda's sa pandaraya kan kalaban na si Noli de Castro asin Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. Asin an saiyang mga suportadores nag-rally laban kay de Castro, ta pagtubod na an 2004 vice presidency hinabon kay Legarda sa paagi kan pandaraya sa pirilian ni de Castro.[15][16]

Mga lehislatibong kahamanan[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Kadaklan kan mga batas ni Legarda nakasentro sa edukasyon, mga karapatan kan indigenous people, kultura, karapatan kan mga babayi, karapatan kan mga kaakian, salud, asin pankapalibutan. An mga minasunod na batas an pinanginotan ni Legarda sa laog kan tulong termino niya bilang senador (1998-2004, 2007-2013, and 2013-2019).[17] Dai pa kasali sa listahan an mga batas na sinuportahan niyang suraton arog kan National Cultural Heritage Act, Philippine Mental Health Law, HIV and AIDS Policy Act of 2018, Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Act of 2012, asin an Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act.

  • Republic Act No. 9177 – Eid'ul Fitr Holiday Law - declares Eid'ul Fitr a national holiday and Eid’ul Adha a regional holiday in the Bangsamoro.[18]
  • Republic Act No. 9189 – Overseas Absentee Voting Act of 2003 - provides for a system of overseas absentee voting by qualified citizens.[19]
  • Republic Act No. 9231 – Anti-Child Labor Law - limits the employment of children below 15 years old, restricts the hours of work of working children, expands working children’s access to education, social, medical and legal assistance.[20]
    Si Legarda kaiba an saiyang aki,si Leandro, kan 2010 election campaign period.
  • Republic Act No. 9242 – Philippine Tropical Fabric Law - prescribes the use of Philippine tropical fabrics for official uniforms of government.[21]
  • Republic Act No. 9245 – Philippine Ear Research Institute Act - provided for the creation of the Philippine National Ear Institute.[22]
  • Republic Act No. 9262 – Anti-Violence Agaisnt Women and Children Act - protects the basic human rights of women and their children.[23]
  • Republic Act No. 9500 – University of the Philippines Charter of 2008 - strengthens the University of the Philippines as a national university.[24]
  • Republic Act No. 9501 – Magna Carta for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises Act - requires lending institutions to allocate at least eight percent of their total loan portfolio to micro and small businesses.[25]
  • Republic Act No. 9506 – Bacolor Rehabilitation Council Act - established the Bacolor rehabilation council.[26]
  • Republic Act No. 9509 – Barangay Kabuhayan Act - establishes livelihood and skills training centers in fourth, fifth and sixth class municipalities.[27]
  • Republic Act No. 9512 – Environmental Awareness Education Act - mandates various agencies to integrate environmental education in its school curricula at all levels.[28]
  • Republic Act No. 9593 – Tourism Act of 2009 - provides fiscal and non-fiscal incentives to registered enterprises in the tourism enterprise zones .[29]
  • Republic Act No. 8749 – Clean Air Act - Provides for a comprehensive air pollution control policy.[30]
  • Republic Act No. 9709 – Universal Newborn Hearing Screening and Intervention Act of 2009 - provides mandatory hearing loss screening to infants.[31]
  • Republic Act No. 9710 – Magna Carta of Women - provides the necessary mechanisms to enforce and guarantee the realization of women’s rights.[32]
  • Republic Act No. 9711 – Food and Drug Administration Act of 2009 - strengthens the regulatory capacity of the current Bureau of Food and Drugs.[33]
  • Republic Act No. 9729 – Climate Change Act of 2009 - builds resilience to the impacts of climate change through the mainstreaming of climate change in various phases of policy formulation, development plans, poverty reduction strategies and other development tools and techniques by all agencies and instrumentalities of the government.[34] The law was lauded by the United Nations as the 'best in the world'.[35]
  • Republic Act No. 9994 – Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010 - increased the discount granted to senior citizens, imposed stiffer penalties to pharmacies and drug stores which refuse to honor senior citizen card issued by the government, and provides them free vaccination against influenza virus and other pneumococcal disease.[36]
  • Republic Act No. 9513 – Renewable Energy Act - mandated the establishment of a framework for the accelerated development and advancement of renewable energy resources.[37]
  • Republic Act No. 9003 – Solid Waste Management Act - created the National Solid Waste Management Commission which aims to establish segregation among garbage and wastes.[38]
  • Republic Act No. 10174 - Amendatory Law of the Climate Change Act - provides for the creation of the People’s Survival Fund.[39]
  • Republic Act No. 10361 - Kasambahay Law - provides protections for household help workers, safeguarding their rights to proper labor practices and benefits.[40]
  • Republic Act No. 10533 - Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 - seeks to advance the basic education system of the Philippines.[41]
  • Republic Act No. 10606 - Universal Healthcare Act - provides Filipinos the rights to universal healthcare.[42]
  • Republic Act No. 10924 - General Appropriations Act of 2017 - provides the 2017 National Budget of the Republic of the Philippines.
  • Republic Act No. 10964 - General Appropriations Act of 2018 - provides the 2018 National Budget of the Republic of the Philippines.
  • Republic Act No. 11038 - Expanded National Integrated Protected Areas System Act - expands the coverage of the National Integrated Protected Areas System Act.[43]
  • Republic Act No. 11053 - Anti-Hazing Law of 2018 - criminalizes the act of hazing.
  • Republic Act No. 11194 - Gabaldon School Buildings Conservation Act - mandates various agencies to implement a program for the identification and conservation of all Gabaldon school buildings.[44]

Si Legarda nag-file man nin haros nasa 330 na mga bill asin resolusyon na dae pa napipirmahan, kasali n Total Logging Ban Act, International Disaster Relief and Initial Recovery Assistance Act, Traditional Property Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act, Department of Fisheries Act, Low Carbon Economy Act, Magna Carta of the Poor, Freedom of Information Act, Water Sector Reform Act, The Solo Parents’ Welfare Act of 2010, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Act, Anti-Ethnic, Racial, Religious and Sexual Discrimination and Profiling Act, Magna Carta for Public School Teachers, Final Forest Limits Act, National Land Use Act of the Philippines, Department of Culture and the Arts Act, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Act, Humanitarian Assistance to the Rohingya Refugees Resolution, Moro History, Culture and Identity Studies Act of 2015, Indigenous Community Conserved Areas Act of 2014, National Writing System Act of 2014, and Sugarcane Industry Development Act of 2014.[45]

Mga organisasyon[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  • Commissioner, Global Commission on Adaptation (2018)[1]
  • Member, Women in Parliaments (WIP) Global Forum Executive Board (2016)
  • Co-Chair, Global Legislators Organisation for a Balanced Environment (GLOBE) Philippines
  • Senior Advisor, Ocean Security International (2013)
  • Founding Member, Global Advisory Group of Parliamentarians on Disaster Risk Reduction (2012)
  • Founding Chair, Asia Pacific Institute for Green Development (2011)
  • Founder, Luntiang Pilipinas (1998)
  • Founder, Libro ni Loren Foundation (1999)
  • Member, Phi Kappa Phi International Honor Society

Gawad asin pagbisto[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  • 1992 Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) from the Philippine Jaycees[1]
  • 1995 The Outstanding Women in the Nation's Service (TOWNS) Award[1]
  • 1995 Benigno Aquino Award for Journalism[1]
  • 2000 Global Leaders for Tomorrow by the World Economic Forum[1]
  • 2001 UNEP Laureate by the United Nations Environment Programme[1]
  • 2001 Global 500 Roll of Honor by the United Nations Environment Programme[1]
  • 2008 Regional Champion for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaption for Asia and the Pacific by the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction[1]
  • "Bai a labi" (Honorary Muslim Princess) by the Marawi Sultanate League[1]
  • "Tukwifi" (Bright Star) by the Mountain Province Indigenous Peoples[1]
  • "Bai Matumpis" (The One Who Takes Care) by the unified congregation of 10 Davao indigenous people groups[1]
  • "Cuyong Adlaw Dulpa-an Labaw sa Kadunggan" (Shining Sun Rising in Power) by the Suludnon Indigenous Peoples of Panay[1]
  • 2013 Distinguished Alumna for Environmental Protection and Climate Change Adaptation of the University of the Philippines[1]
  • 2015 Global Champion for Resilience by the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction[1]
  • Chevalier (Knight) in the Ordre national de la légion d’Honneur (National Order of the French Legion of Honor)[1]
  • Cavaliere (Knight) of the Italian Order of Merit[1]
  • 2016 Dangal ng Haraya Patron of Arts and Culture by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts[1]
  • 2017 National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Champion by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change[1]
  • 2018 Honorary degree of Doctor of Laws, Honoris Causa by the University of the Philippines[46]

Personal na buhay[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Kan 1989, Si Lorna Regina Bautista Legarda pinakasalan si dating Batangas Governor Antonio Leviste. An saindang pagibahan nagbunga nin duwang aking lalaki: si Lorenzo "Lanz" Leviste, sarong historyador sa arte, asin Leandro "Lean" Leviste, tagamukna asin presidente kan Solar Philippines, an nanginginot na manufacturer asin prodyuser kan mga renewable energies.[9]Si Legarda asin Leviste nagsuwayan kan 2003 asin an saindang kasal pormal na pinawaran nin bisa kan 2008.[46]

Si Legarda igwa man nin mga istaran sa Malabon City sa National Capital Region asin sa Pandan, Antique sa Western Visayas.[47][48][49]

Toltolan[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 1.21 1.22 1.23 https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/legarda_loren_bio.asp
  2. "Legarda is beacon of art for NCCA". December 22, 2016. https://insidemanila.ph/article/45/legarda-is-beacon-of-art-for-ncca. 
  3. "Loren receives French Legion of Honor – Philstar.com". http://www.philstar.com/headlines/2016/02/20/1554992/loren-receives-french-legion-honor. 
  4. "Senator Loren Legarda named Knight in the French Legion of Honor". https://ph.ambafrance.org/Senator-Loren-Legarda-named-Knight-in-the-French-Legion-of-Honor. 
  5. "Legarda receives Italy’s prestigious Order of Merit – Philstar.com". http://www.philstar.com/newsmakers/2017/07/27/1721777/legarda-receives-italys-prestigious-order-merit. 
  6. "WikiLeaks: US impressed with 'influential' Kris, Merci". ABS-CBN News. Posted at August 30, 2011 11:25 PM | Updated as of August 31, 2011 2:29 AM
  7. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/statement-opening-ceremony-launch-of-the-global-commission-on-adaptation-gca/
  8. How Green is Loren's Valley?. January 24, 2010. Ricky Lo. The Philippine Star. Retrieved on February 6, 2010.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 Probe Profiles: Loren Legarda. Probe TV/ABS-CBN News. Cheche Lazaro. January 20, 2010. Retrieved on February 5, 2010.
  10. News, ABS-CBN. "Loren primed for the vice-presidency". http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/anc/02/05/10/loren-primed-vice-presidency. 
  11. "Profile of Lorna Regina "Loren" Bautista Legarda | ABS-CBN News". News.abs-cbn.com. http://news.abs-cbn.com/botomo/05/13/09/profile-lorna-regina-loren-bautista-legarda. 
  12. "Palace backs fraud probe | Inquirer News". Newsinfo.inquirer.net. July 17, 2011. http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/24591/palace-backs-fraud-probe. Retrieved on May 26, 2017. 
  13. "allies corner Senate committees". (The Philippine Star) Updated August 3, 2010 12:00 AM.
  14. "DFA: PHL deposits instrument of ratification for int'l crime court". GMA News. August 31, 2011 | 02:52 PM.
  15. "Fraud in 2004 presidential polls". Philippine Daily Inquirer. 10:15 pm | Saturday, August 13, 2011
  16. "Return ‘proof of fraud,’ SC asked". Philippine Daily Inquirer. 1:11 am | Sunday, August 14, 2011
  17. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  18. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  19. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  20. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  21. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  22. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  23. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  24. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  25. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  26. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  27. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  28. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  29. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  30. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  31. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  32. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  33. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  34. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  35. https://globalnation.inquirer.net/35695/un-lauds-philippines%E2%80%99-climate-change-laws-%E2%80%98world%E2%80%99s-best%E2%80%99
  36. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  37. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  38. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/legislative-accomplishments/
  39. https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/legarda_loren_bio.asp
  40. https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/legarda_loren_bio.asp
  41. https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/legarda_loren_bio.asp
  42. https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/legarda_loren_bio.asp
  43. https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/legarda_loren_bio.asp
  44. https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1082958/duterte-signs-law-mandating-conservation-of-gabaldon-school-buildings
  45. http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/category/bills/page/10/
  46. 46.0 46.1 http://lorenlegarda.com.ph/milestones/
  47. https://news.abs-cbn.com/news/10/31/18/frequent-flights-projects-show-loren-no-stranger-to-antique-lawyer
  48. https://www.rappler.com/nation/politics/elections/2019/222924-comelec-allows-loren-legarda-run-antique-representative
  49. http://www.pna.gov.ph/articles/1050355

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Francisco Tatad
Majority leader of the Senate of the Philippines

2001–2004

Sinundan ni
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