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Legislative district of Surigao

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Legislative district of Surigao

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The lone Legislative District of Surigao was the representation of the province of Surigao in the Philippine Assembly from 1907 to 1935, Philippine National Assembly from 1935 to 1941 and the Philippine House of Representatives from 1941 until 1961, when Surigao del Norte and Surigao del Sur—the provinces it was divided into on June 19, 1960, were each granted its own representation.

Lone District

Period Representative
1st Philippine Legislature
Francisco Soriano
2nd Philippine Legislature
Manuel G. Gavieres
3rd Philippine Legislature
Inocencio Cortez
4th Philippine Legislature
Eusebio Tiongko
5th Philippine Legislature
6th Philippine Legislature
Clemente V. Diez
7th Philippine Legislature
Montano A. Ortiz
8th Philippine Legislature
9th Philippine Legislature
Vicente Gonzaga
10th Philippine Legislature
Ricardo Navarro
1st National Assembly
2nd National Assembly
National Assembly
Jose D. Cortes
Fernando C. Silvosa
3rd National Assembly
Ricardo Navarro
1st Congress
2nd Congress
Felixberto Verano
3rd Congress
Reynaldo P. Honrado
4th Congress
^1 Elected to the Senate in 1951.

See also


  • Philippine House of Representatives Congressional Library
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