LEDAC

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LEDACLegislative Executive Development Advisory Council (Philippines)
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The Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC) has required the NFA to maintain a 15-day buffer stock at any given time and 30 days at the onset of the lean months of July to September.
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.
The development plan will be forwarded to the NEDA Board and the Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council by January next year.
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.
He was quiet whenever the reform was presented before the Cabinet and Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC) meetings.
The Palace official meanwhile said there was no need to convene a Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC) meeting in coming up with the list of priority bills.
He then assured lawmakers that it was just a 'passing thought' during a small meeting of the Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC) on Monday night.
Pimentel said there were people who brought up the revision of the Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (Ledac), which was hardly convened during the Aquino administration.
Also, Pinol will push for partnership between the legislative and executive branches of government through the reestablishment of the Ramos-initiated Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (Ledac).
He will be consulting them again once the list of 51 priority bills prepared by departments and Cabinet clusters is trimmed down for presentation to the Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC).
These would be trimmed for presentation to the Legislative Executive Development Advisory Council, he said.
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