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Legislative district of Catanduanes

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Legislative district of Catanduanes

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The lone Legislative District of Catanduanes is the representation of the Province of Catanduanes in the Philippine House of Representatives. Catanduanes was represented as part of Albay's second district from 1907 to 1931, and fully comprised that province's fourth district from 1931 to 1946. It started electing its own representative in 1946, after becoming a full-fledged province in 1945. From 1978 to 1984 it was part of the representation of Region V.

Lone District

  • Population (2010): 246,300
Period Representative
1st Congress
Francisco A. Perfecto
2nd Congress
Severiano P. De Leon
3rd Congress
Francisco A. Perfecto
4th Congress
Jose M. Alberto
5th Congress
6th Congress
7th Congress
Regular Batasang Pambansa
8th Congress
Moises M. Tapia
9th Congress
Leandro B. Verceles, Jr.
10th Congress
11th Congress
12th Congress
Joseph A. Santiago
13th Congress
14th Congress
15th Congress
Cesar V. Sarmiento
16th Congress

See also


  • Philippine House of Representatives Congressional Library

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