SIM Registration Act pending, waiting for the president’s signature to be finally approved

All they need is for PBBM to sign it, and SIM Registration is finally done — no more scammers or thieves for your hard earned cash — or is it?

The leaders from the House and the Senate have recently signed the two enrolled bills for the SIM Registration Act and also both the Barangay and SK Elections Postponement Act last Tuesday (October 4) at Makati City, specifically in Manila Golf Club.

House Speaker Martin Romualdez and Senate President Juan Miguel Zubiri led the ceremonial signing the two bills SBN1310/HBN14, and SBN1306/HBN4673 or the Barangay and SK Elections Postponement Act.

Also present are the following: House Majority Leader Manuel Jose Dalipe, Representatives Toby Tiangco, Marjorie Ann Teodoro, and Juliet Marie Ferrer, Senate Majority Leader Joel Villanueva, Senate Deputy Majority Leader JV Ejercito, Sen. Imee Marcos, and Sen. Grace Poe.

The enrolled bills will be handed over to the Presidential Legislative Liaison Office head Mark Llandro Mendoza then it will submit it to President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. for his approval and signature.


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