Cavite Rep. Jolo Revilla files priority bills, seeks benefits for barangay workers and the creation of Cavite ecozone
Cavite Rep. Jolo Revilla has filed his 10 priority bills, which include measures to provide more benefits to barangay workers and to give the province’s economy a boost.
Among Revilla’s pet bills are the magna carta for barangay officials, magna carta for barangay health workers, and the creation of the position of Barangay Nutrition Worker.
He also filed a bill to establish a Special Economic Zone in Cavite City, with the creation of the Sangley Point Special Economic Zone Authority.
“Isa sa mga unang nakalatag sa aking legislative agenda ay nakatuon sa grassroots and countryside development, economic growth, at workers’ welfare,” he said.
His other priority bills seek to increase idle land taxes, to upgrade the Kawit Kalayaan Hospital to a district hospital, to increase the salary rates of private sector workers, to mandate the roll over data allocation scheme, and to grant a sanitary leave to all female employees.
He said these are just the initial measures he would pursue and he would file more in the coming days.
“Tiyak na tutuparin ko ang aking mga ipinangako noong panahon ng kampanya at sisiguruhing iaangat ang antas ng kabuhayan ng aking mga nasasakupan,” he said.
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