LEDAC

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LEDACLegislative Executive Development Advisory Council (Philippines)
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But the President has not included it in the initial list of priority measures for the 18th Congress that was sent to Congress during the Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC) last Monday.
Nograles says LEDAC to convene soon !-- -- Alexis Romero (Philstar.com) - July 24, 2019 - 9:04pm MANILA, Philippines The Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council would convene soon to discuss the priority bills enumerated by President Rodrigo Duterte during his fourth State of the Nation Address, Malacaaang said Wednesday.
Uy called for a 'government audit reform summit' to be convened by the Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council, national government agencies and the COA, to draft a bill for a New State Audit Code of the Philippines.
Officials and members of the Senate, House of Representatives and the executive department convened on Monday, August 5, the first Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC) to discuss the measures that the Duterte administration wants prioritized by the lawmakers for the 18th Congress.
The impasse on the cash-based budgeting has not yet been resolved but legislators and the executive department are hoping to resolve the issue in the Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (Ledac), Senator Loren Legarda said on Tuesday.
The labor chief said they are looking to present a draft before the Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC) this Monday.
The Speaker said he saw no need for the PLLO anymore because the Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC) has been meeting monthly under the Duterte administration.
During the Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council meet, Belmonte stressed on the ease of doing business as part of her 14-point agenda, she emphasized the importance of a business-friendly city to encourage businesses to invest in Quezon City.
Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia said the Duterte administration's priority legislative agenda would be discussed at the Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (Ledac) meeting scheduled for 2 p.m.
Meanwhile, Nograles said two draft bills were endorsed for approval and submission to the Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC).
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