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Legislative district of Taguig

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The Legislative district of Taguig City is the representation of the Second Councilor District of the City of Taguig in the Philippine House of Representatives. It was established under Republic Act No. 8487 on February 11, 1998, which converted Taguig into a highly-urbanized city, but it did not take effect until December 8, 2004. It first elected its representative in the 2007 general elections. Prior to its creation, it was part of the legislative district of Pateros-Taguig.

Lone District

Map of Lone district of Taguig
  • Barangays: Fort Bonifacio, Central Bicutan, Central Signal Village, Katuparan, Maharlika Village, North Daang Hari, North Signal Village, Pinagsama, South Daang Hari, South Signal Village, Tanyag, Upper Bicutan, Western Bicutan
  • Area: 24.6 km²
  • Population (2007): 354,559
Period Representative
14th Congress
Henry M. Dueñas, Jr.
Angelito P. Reyes
15th Congress
Sigfrido R. Tiñga
16th Congress
Lino Edgardo S. Cayetano
Replaced Henry M. Dueñas, Jr. (Lakas-Kampi-CMD) as per House Electoral Tribunal decision on February 28, 2010.[1]

See also


  1. ^ Reyes’ son is new Taguig congressman Accessed on June 2, 2010.
  • Republic Act No. 8487. Accessed on March 21, 2007.
  • COMELEC Resolution 7801. Accessed on March 21, 2007.
  • SC affirms Comelec resolution ratifying cityhood of Taguig. Accessed on March 21, 2007.
  • Census 2000 - Final Counts. Accessed on April 5, 2007.
  • Philippine House of Representatives Congressional Library

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