Legislative districts of Parañaque City

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The Legislative Districts of Parañaque City, namely the first and second districts are the representations of the City of Parañaque in the Philippine House of Representatives.

Contents

1st District

  • Barangay: Baclaran, Don Galo, La Huerta, San Donisio, San Isidro, Santo Niño, Tambo, Vitalez
  • Population (2000): 187,825
Period Representative
13th Congress
2004–present
<center>Eduardo C. Zialcita

2nd District

  • Barangay: B.F. Homes, Don Bosco, Marcelo Green, Merville, Moonwalk, San Antonio,
San Martin de Porres, Sun Valley
  • Population (2000): 261,986
Period Representative
<center>13th Congress
2004–present
<center>Roilo S. Golez

Lone District (defunct)

Period Representative
<center>8th Congress
1987–1992
<center>Freddie N. Webb
<center>9th Congress
1992–1995
<center>Roilo S. Golez
<center>10th Congress
19951998
<center>11th Congress
19982001
<center>12th Congress
2001–2004
<center>Eduardo C. Zialcita

See also

Reference

  • Philippine House of Representatives Congressional Library


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