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CEV Factbook (UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

Postby Central and Eastern Visayas » Tue Aug 16, 2011 4:02 am

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The Federal Republic of Central and Eastern Visayas
Motto: Sic Semper Tyrannis -- Thus Always to Tyrants
Capital City: Cebu City


-Maps:

--Central Visayas:
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--Eastern Visayas:
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-Total area:
CV: 15,875 km2
EV: 23,432 km2

-Climate:
Tropical

Cebu
Northern Cebu
West Bohol
East Bohol
Negros Oriental
Siquijor
Biliran
Eastern Samar
Samar
Northern Samar
New Samar
Leyte
Southern Leyte
Capital District--While not a province per se, the District itself is independent of Cebu Province.

The Federal Republic was established from Regions VII and VIII of the Republic of the Philippines when the two regions, acting as one nation, seceded from said republic on December 5, 2010 in protest of its mismanagement under the administration of its President. A week after, the War of the Visayan Secessions began.

Inspired by the secession of the two regions, Region VI (Western Visayas) followed, forming the Republic of Western Visayas and Palawan. The Mindanao regions followed, forming the Sultanate of Bangsamoro Mindanao in the west, and the Democratic People's Republic of Mindanao in the east.

Casualties mounted on both sides, leaving only several million each in the five states, but the war ended on February 16, 2011--exactly two weeks after the Federal Republic earned official recognition, and by war's end, CEV underwent a massive development program, leading to what is known unofficially as the Visayan Birth (since WV also took the massive development program, this phenomenon covers both Visayan nations), and what was once the Republic of the Philippines became five nations: Imperial Manila, Western Visayas and Palawan, Central and Eastern Visayas, Islamist Mindanao, and Communist Mindanao.

Citizens of the Federal Republic value intelligence and strength. While the majority of CE Visayans is Roman Catholic, CEV hosts a sizable number of varying shades of Protestant, Muslims, Buddhists, and others--in fact, the laws of CEV show no partiality to creed (or its absence).

President: Dr. Louis Valderama, Ph.D. (Economics) -- VL
VP: Atty. Jose Montes, Ll.M. -- F
PM: Dr. Rogelio Cañada, D.B.A. -- UH/VL
Deputy PM: Dr. Isidro del Monte, M.D., D.C.E.V.B.C. -- LH/C
Foreign Minister: Dr. Ricardo Osmeña, Ph.D. (International Relations) -- UH/C
Defense Minister: ADM Ian Oliverio, CEVN (Ret.) -- UH/C
Commerce Minister: Brian Po, M.B.A. -- UH/VL
Health Minister: Dr. Christian Delfin, M.D., M.S. (Microbiology), D.C.E.V.B.E. -- LH/C
Justice Minister: Atty. Angela Jabines-de Vera, Ll.D. -- UH/C
Transport and Communications Minister: Engr. Noelle Nobela-Oracion, M.Eng. (Civil) -- LH/C
Culture Minister: Margaret Aberasturi-Quijano, M.A. (Music) -- LH/C
Education Minister: Dr. Vicente del Rosario, Ed.D. -- UH/F
Interior Minister: GEN Jose Andres Serafin, CEVA (Ret.) -- LH/C
Finance Minister: Harold Padilla, C.P.A., M.S. (Accountancy) -- UH/VL
Agriculture Minister: Dominique Lim, M.P.A. -- LH/F
Energy Minister: Engr. Armando Perales, M.Eng. (Electrical) -- UH/F
Environment Minister: William San Juan, M.S. (Environmental Science) -- LH/C
Tourism Minister: James Phillip Dumaluan, M.P.A. -- UH/F
Labor Minister: Allyn Herrera-de Guzman, M.P.A. -- LH/C
Science Minister: Dr. Mae Solis-Muñoz, Ph.D. (Physics) -- UH/F
Industry Minister: Engr. Ariel Dumdum, M.Eng. (Industrial) -- UH/VL
Public Works Minister: Engr. Rodolfo Lu, M.Eng. (Civil) -- LH/C
National Security Advisor: LTG Simon Reyes, CEVA (Ret.)
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court: Atty. Rolando Miranda, S.J.D.

For each minister:
XXX (Name) -- HH(House, i.e. Upper or Lower)/PP(Political Party)
Each Minister has a Shadow Counterpart from the Opposition Coalition.

Administation and coalition:
Conservative: Right-of-center (4 UH; 12 LH, including DPM del Monte)
Federalist: Exactly what it says on the tin (VP Montes; 4 UH; 14 LH)
Visayan Liberty: Libertarian (President Valderama; 5 UH, including PM Cañada; 15 LH)

Opposition coalition:
Liberal: Left-of-center (2 UH; 8 LH)
Partido sa Katawhan (Party of the People): Populist (1 UH; 7 LH)
Socialist: Exactly what it says on the tin (2 UH; 8 LH)

Outlaw parties:
Visayan Legion: Far Right (National Socialist)
Anak sa Kabisay-an (Sons of Visayas): Far Left (Maoist, if you may)
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Specimen Signatures of the Transitional Leadership of CEV

Postby Central and Eastern Visayas » Sun Aug 21, 2011 5:50 am

President (Head of State):
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PM (Head of Government):
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VP:
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Deputy PM:
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Foreign Minister:
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Defense Minister:
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Commerce Minister:
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Health Minister:
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Justice Minister:
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Transport and Communications Minister:
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Culture Minster:
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Education Minister:
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Interior Minister:
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Finance Minister:
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Agriculture Minister:
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Energy Minister:
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Environment Minister:
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Tourism Minister:
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Labor Minister:
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Science Minister:
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Industry Minister:
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Public Works Minister:
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Chief Justice:
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CEV Legal List

Postby Central and Eastern Visayas » Sat Sep 03, 2011 4:46 am

1. A) Is there a voting system in your nation
Yes.
B) If so is it compulsory or non-compulsory
Compulsory.

2. Is Prostitution legal
But taxed (15% tax).

3. What is the age of consent in your nation
16, with a 4-year gap between partners before constituting statutory rape.

4. Is the manufacture and viewing of Pornography legal
But taxed (15%).

5. Is taking drugs for medicinal purposes prohibited
No.

6. Is taking drugs for recreational use prohibited
No, but it is regulated (Tax of 15%).

7. Is murder legal
No, and it is a capital offense.

8. Is rape legal
No.

9. Is fraud legal
No.

10. Is theft legal
No.

11. Is swearing legal
Yes.

12. Are violent video games and films censored
No.

13. Is Homosexuality legal
Yes.

14. Is Bisexuality legal
Yes.

15. Is teaching evolution legal
Yes.

16. Is teaching creationism legal.
Yes, in the absence of a law proscribing it.

17. Do your citizens have the right to protest
Yes.

18. Do citizens have the right to form trade unions.
Yes.

19. Do your citizens have the right to appear naked in public.
Yes, as long as no sex crimes follow.

20. Is racial discrimination legal
No.

21. Is gender discrimination legal
No.

22. Is religious discrimination legal
No.

23. Is abortion legal
Only when the mother's life is at risk.

24. Is divorce legal
Yes, in the absence of a law proscribing it.

25. Is abortion legal
Refer to #23.

26. Is adultery legal
No.

27. Are your citizens allowed to use contraception.
Yes.

28. Are illegal immigrants given the same rights as your own citizens
No.

29. Is tax evasion legal
No.

30. Is being able to criticise the government legal
Yes.

31. Is treason legal
No, and it is a capital offense.

32. Is affirmative action permitted
No.

33. Is pre-marital sex legal
Yes.

34. Is the press completely free
Yes, but substance has to take precedence.

35. Is there compulsory military service in your nation
Yes.

36. Can citizens form their own political parties
Yes.

37. Is healthcare free
Yes, for basic healthcare.

38. Is there a pensions system
Yes.

39. Is there a state language
Yes.

40. Is hunting legal
Yes, depending on the time of year.

41. Is breaking and entry legal
No. The Citizen wronged may use deadly force to resist.

42. Is art censored
No.

43. Are your citizens allowed to eat unhealthy food
Yes.

44. Are your citizens allowed to smoke
Yes.

45. Are your citizens allowed to drink
Yes, but public drunkenness is frowned upon.

- Recent legislation has increased the vice tax for prostitution and recreational drug use to 15%.
- Items 20 and 22 have been further reinforced by the Penal Code for Violations of International Law.
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Certain Key Policies adopted by CEV

Postby Central and Eastern Visayas » Wed Sep 21, 2011 6:49 am

Trade Laws:

Trade Reform and Recovery Act
- This law allows the Federal Republic to mirror the trade practices of her partners with respect to trade with each partner.

Foreign Policies:

Valderama Doctrine
- Opens the borders of the Federal Republic to religious groups seeking refuge from genocide.

Penal Code for Violations of International Law
- Prescribes penalties for violators of international law apprehended in CEV territory.

Diplomatic Reciprocity
- Any policies concerning diplomats in foreign lands will be adopted by CEV with respect to diplomats from foreign lands.

Military Policies:

No Mine Left Behind
- Stipulates that all CEV-deployed mines and UXO (unexploded ordnance) are to be recovered for disposal at government expense.

WMD Doctrine
- When attacked by WMD, the Federal Republic reserves the right to retaliate with WMD.

National Service
- Compulsory Military Service beginning at 18 or upon entering university, whichever comes first.
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Penal Code for Violations of International Law

Postby Central and Eastern Visayas » Sat Nov 12, 2011 7:22 pm

The Penal Code for Violations of International Law applies to violators of international law apprehended by CEV authorities or in CEV waters. This law was passed to close the loophole made by CEV's independence from the World Assembly. It prescribes, depending on the kind and/or gravity of the offense, either life without parole or the death penalty.

Incidentally, it designated the violator of international law as hostis humani generis--enemy of all mankind. People who are classified as such could be dealt with as one pleased, therefore the Code applies to violators who have been apprehended--if they are apprehended. More often or not, the status made one prone to summary execution.

Violations of International Law as listed by the Code with corresponding penalties:
Maritime Piracy (life without parole/death if compounded by crimes against persons or against the sovereignty of CEV, or severe damage to property)
Slavery and Slave Trade (life without parole/death if compounded, i.e. the would-be slaves died in transit or were subject to other demeaning actions)
Crimes against Humanity including Torture and Ethnic Cleansing (life without parole/death if considerably heinous, e.g. large-scale <i.e. at least 10 thousand victims> ethnic cleansing or other grave human rights violations)
Genocide (death)
War Crimes and other contraventions of the Laws and Customs of War (life without parole or death depending on the nature of the war crime)
Crime of Apartheid and other State-sanctioned Discriminatory Policies (life without parole/death if resulting in ethnic cleansing or genocide)
War of Aggression and other Crimes against the Peace (life without parole/death if war crimes have been committed by the initiating party in said war of aggression)
Terrorism (death)
Other Violations of International Law and Custom (life without parole/death depending on the nature of the violation)

The first amendment to the Code included terrorism among the violations of international law penalized by said Code. Naturally, this implies that the standing order against them (shoot-to-kill/shoot-on-sight) should be considered moot as terrorism is a capital offense... but then again, shoot-to-kill/shoot-on-sight now applies to other violators, unless of course they are willing to surrender. Some violators prefer life in prison over death.

A proposed second amendment aims to render conspiracy equal to the violation committed.
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Members of the CEV Parliament by Party

Postby Central and Eastern Visayas » Sat Mar 17, 2012 7:23 am

The CEV Federal Parliament has been succeeded by the Federal Assembly after the 2013 Synchronized Elections.

Visayan Liberty:
Upper House
- Dr. Rogelio Cañada, D.B.A.
- Brian Po, M.B.A.
- Harold Padilla, C.P.A., M.S. (Accountancy)
- Engr. Ariel Dumdum, M.Eng. (Industrial)
- Atty. Job Buagas, Ll.M.
Lower House
- Janine Geronimo-Seguerra, M.A. (Philosophy)
- Joan Cruz-de Venecia, M.S. (Physics)
- Joshua Daugdaug
- Froilan Patalinghug, M.B.A.
- Pia Tandayag-Arcillo, M.A. (Economics)
- Marion Velez, M.A. (Music)
- Dr. Christopher Pogoy, M.D.
- Marcos Opolentisima
- CPT Aaron Teves, CEVA (Ret.)
- Atty. Frances Gallarde-Solomon, Ll.M.
- Darwin Bullecer
- Dr. Therese Castañares, D.B.A., C.P.A.
- Atty. Benedict Sy, M.B.A., Ll.B.
- Dr. Abdullah Tiongco, Ph.D. (Philiosophy), Alhaj
- Ray Thomas Abellanoza

Federalist Party:
Upper House
- Dr. Vicente del Rosario, Ed.D.
- Engr. Armando Perales, M.Eng. (Electrical)
- James Phillip Dumaluan, M.P.A.
- Dr. Mae Solis-Muñoz, Ph.D. (Physics)
Lower House
- Dominique Lim, M.P.A.
- Raj Dominic Naldoza, M.S. (Psychology)
- Arch. Nathan Lucido, M.Arch., AACEV
- Edward Mendez, M.F.A. (Cinema)
- Brian Loma
- Cyril Locaylocay, M.B.A.
- Alexander Grey, M.F.A. (Cinema)
- Trisha Marquez, C.P.A.
- Bernard So
- Arch. Pauleen Go, AACEV
- Atty. Oscar Ramsey, Ll.B., C.P.A.
- Monique Cabatingan-Avelino
- Atty. Mahmoud Abbas, Ll.M., Alhaj
- Jack Jeremy Cabanlit

Conservative Party:
Upper House
- Dr. Ricardo Osmeña, Ph.D. (International Relations)
- ADM Ian Oliverio, CEVN (Ret.)
- Atty. Angela Jabines-de Vera, Ll.D.
- Col. Emilio Echavez, CEVAF (Ret.)
Lower House
- Dr. Isidro del Monte, M.D., D.C.E.V.B.C.
- Dr. Christian Delfin, M.D., M.S. (Microbiology), D.C.E.V.B.E.
- Engr. Noelle Nobela-Oracion, M.Eng. (Civil)
- Margaret Aberasturi-Quijano, M.A. (Music)
- GEN Jose Andres Serafin, CEVA (Ret.)
- William San Juan, M.S. (Environmental Science)
- Allyn Herrera-de Guzman, M.P.A.
- Engr. Rodolfo Lu, M.Eng. (Civil)
- Gavin Suico, M.B.A.
- Dr. Patrick Yap, Ph.D. (Physics)
- Pablo Ymbong
- Arnel San Nicolas

Liberal Party:
Upper House
- Atty. Felipe Abella, Ll.M.
- Dr. Josephine Villafuerte-Conejos, Ph.D. (Sociology)
Lower House
- Julius Lumapas
- Samantha Evangelista-Capistrano, M.A. (Anthropology)
- SCPO Ellie Rosaroso, CEVN (Ret.)
- SSgt. George Cuyos, CEVMC (Ret.)
- Jesus Briones, M.S. (Environmental Science)
- Joy Baliguat
- Annelyn Mayol, C.P.A.
- Janet Soriano

Socialist Party:
Upper House
- Atty. Renato Pacifico, Ll.M.
- Atty. Sylvester San Sebastian, Ll.M.
Lower House
- Hernan Rama
- Aiden Pilapil, M.A. (Sociology)
- Andrew Lao, C.P.A.
- Angeli Burgos
- John Berondo
- Atty. Hank Paz, Ll.B.
- Engr. Isaac Chang, M.Eng (Electrical), Alhaj
- Pio Mario Lucas, M.A. (History)

Partido sa Katawhan:
Upper House
- Arturo Ilano
Lower House
- Rose Descallar
- Rey Vincent Villanueva, M.A. (Political Science)
- Paola Marie Reluya
- Teodoro Manal, C.P.A.
- Fernando Maluya
- Victor Berdin
- Diego Santos
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Codices with their own threads

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Rationales

Postby Central and Eastern Visayas » Sun Jun 24, 2012 7:28 pm

On National Service:

While in theory all able-bodied CEV citizens who have undergone National Service can be called up for duty, in practice only a small percentage is summoned, mainly to avoid compromising the nation's economy.

On the use of WMD:

Despite the suspected nuclear first-strike capability of CEV, the Federal Republic officially sanctions a no first strike policy. It is theorized that second-strike use of WMD would be for the primary purpose of counterforce strikes, as countervalue strikes were held to be in contravention of the Laws and Customs of War.

On Mines, Cluster Munitions, and UXO:

According to an article titled "The Ethical Use of Mines and other Area-Denial Ordnance" (Solomon Arenas, Center for Military Studies) the merits of using mines and cluster munitions had to be balanced with the costs of disposal or notification. Overall, it recommended that all such ordnance was to be disposed of at military expense should they be deployed in foreign territories.

On the Laws and Customs of War:

According to MinDef directives, pursuant to the Penal Code for Violations of International Law, anyone regardless of side that was caught in the act of committing a war crime may be shot on sight if not apprehended for court-martial. Given the nature of war crimes, the Penal Code grants all competent authority, the Military being included, universal jurisdiction over such cases.

On the Trade Reform and Recovery Act:

"It is a well-known fact that certain countries use protectionistic policies to hamper free and fair trade between nations. All the Trade Reform and Recovery Act aims to do is level the playing field between CEV and protectionist economies." (President Louis Valderama, Press Conference on the TRRA)

On the Penal Code for Violations of International Law:

"Given that CEV is independent of the World Assembly, there is justifiable concern that certain kinds of criminal would take refuge here, beyond the reach of WA-mandated enforcers. The Code serves to close that loophole, making this country not welcome for torturers, slavers, and the like." (Hajji Mahmoud Abbas, MP-LH, annotation of the PCVIL)
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Federal Holidays and Memorials

Postby Central and Eastern Visayas » Wed Jul 04, 2012 1:16 am

Fixed:
January
--New Year's Day (H1)
--International Holocaust Memorial Day (M27)
February
--Official Recognition of CEV (M2)
--End of the War of the Visayan Secessions (M16)
March
April
--Memorial for the Victims of Religious Genocide (M2)
--Day of Valor (H9)
May
--Labor Day (H1)
June
July
August
--International Black Ribbon Day (M23)
September
--Memorial for the Victims of Terrorism (M11)
October
November
--All Saints' Day (H1)
--All Souls' Day (H2)
December
--CEV Independence Day (H5)
--Christmas Day (H25)

Movable:
Chinese New Year (Chinese end of winter; H)
Palm Sunday (H)
Easter Triduum (i.e. Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Black Saturday; H)
Vesak Day (Full Moon of May; H)
Eid'l Fitr (H)
Eid'l Adha (H)
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Military--Overview

Postby Central and Eastern Visayas » Thu Feb 28, 2013 4:13 am

The CEV Military (AFFRCEV--Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Central and Eastern Visayas) is the military force of the FRCEV. It is composed of four services in peacetime (viz. the Army, the Navy, the Air Force, and the Marine Corps, all of which report to the Ministry of Defense) and six in wartime (the four services, plus the Coast Guard and the Federal Gendarmerie, the former reporting to the Ministry of Transport and Communication and the latter reporting to the Ministry of the Interior during peacetime).
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Post-Transitional Cabinet

Postby Central and Eastern Visayas » Thu Nov 21, 2013 6:37 pm

The Post-Transitional Cabinet mandated by the Constitution has seven executive portfolios and serves as the collective head of the CE Visayan (Federal) Government. It is a mixture of the Swiss system and elements of the Malolos constitution as written by Felipe Gonzáles Calderón y Roca.

The seven portfolios are as follows:

- Foreign Affairs
- Interior
- Finance
- Defense
- Education
- Public Works and Communications
- Agriculture, Industry, and Commerce

While the Office of the President retains the executive powers granted by the Constitution, the Post-Transitional Cabinet replaces the Prime Minister that shares executive power with that same Presidential Office. Its members are elected by the Federal Parliament as a whole, and serve for four years with no term limits.
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Post-Transitional Cabinet 2

Postby Central and Eastern Visayas » Mon Dec 16, 2013 6:41 pm

The seven portfolios of the Post-Transitional Cabinet and the ministries they absorbed:

- Foreign Affairs (original)
- Interior (original)
-- Health
-- Justice
-- Environment
- Finance (original)
- Defense (original)
- Education (original)
-- Culture
-- Science
- Public Works and Communications (composite)
-- Transport and Communications
-- Energy
-- Public Works
- Agriculture, Industry, and Commerce (composite)
-- Agriculture
-- Tourism
-- Labor
-- Industry
-- Commerce

Original portfolios were generally unaffected by the revamp, save for some of these portfolios becoming "mother ministries." Composite portfolios were the result of fusing multiple separate portfolios, and are "mother ministries" in their own right.
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President, VP, and Federal Council with signatures

Postby Central and Eastern Visayas » Thu Jan 09, 2014 6:17 pm

President: LTG Bartholomew Luna, CEVA (Ret.) - Conservative
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Vice President: Leah Traces, M.A. (Political Science) - Federalist
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The seven members of the Federal Council:

Foreign Affairs: Dr. Ricardo Osmeña, Ph.D. (International Relations) - Conservative
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Interior: Dominique Lim, M.P.A. - Federalist
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Finance: Atty. Oscar Ramsey, Ll.B., C.P.A. - Federalist
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Defense: GEN Jose Andres Serafin, CEVA (Ret.) - Conservative
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Education: Pio Mario Lucas, M.A. (History) - Socialist
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Public Works and Communications: Arch. Nathan Lucido, M.Arch., AACEV - Federalist
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Agriculture, Industry, and Commerce: Jesus Briones, M.S. (Environmental Science) - Liberal
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3. Bastard with ADHD. Yep.
4. PDAF can go to hell!
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Current Members of the CEVFA-UH by Constituency

Postby Central and Eastern Visayas » Thu Mar 13, 2014 11:26 pm

The CEV Federal Assembly succeeded the CEV Federal Parliament after the 2013 Synchronized Elections. It is split in two Houses.

The Upper House has a total of 29 seats, two for each constituency besides the Capital District, which is represented by three members.

Capital District:
Atty. Job Buagas, Ll.M. - Visayan Liberty
Cyril Locaylocay, M.B.A. - Federalist
Rose Descallar - Partido sa Katawhan

Northern Cebu:
Janet Soriano - Liberal
Marcos Opolentisima - Visayan Liberty

West Bohol:
CPT Leon Balbin, CEVA (Ret.) - Conservative
Atty. Benedict Sy, M.B.A., Ll.B. - Visayan Liberty

East Bohol:
Atty. Hank Paz, Ll.B. - Socialist
SSgt. George Cuyos, CEVMC (Ret.) - Liberal

Negros Oriental:
Brian Loma - Federalist
Marcial Torres, M.A. (Linguistics) - Liberal

Siquijor:
Pablo Ymbong - Conservative
Dr. Arturo Davante, M.D. - Visayan Liberty

Biliran:
Yolanda Flores - Partido sa Katawhan
Jackson Viray - Federalist

Eastern Samar:
Irene So-Chua - Conservative
Samuel Coruña, C.P.A. - Liberal

Samar:
Engr. Ezra de la Rama - Conservative
Atty. Warren Marquez, Ll. B., C.P.A. - Partido sa Katawhan

Northern Samar:
Engr. Sherman John Rabuya, M.Eng. (Civil) - Federalist
Atty. Kyra Francisco-Sarmiento, Ll. M. - Liberal

New Samar:
Azariah Taylor, M.A. (Mass Communications) - Liberal
Paul Jake Santos, M.S. (Biology) - Visayan Liberty

Leyte:
Atty. Simone Dacatimbang-Santiago, Ll.M., C.P.A. - Visayan Liberty
Dr. Howard Enage, Ph.D. (Economics) - Visayan Liberty

Southern Leyte:
CAPT Carlos Avelino, Jr., CEVN (Ret.) - Conservative
LTC Domingo Marcellan, Sr., CEVA (Ret.) - Conservative
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