Click this link to view the enacted laws (Republic Acts) and proposed legislative measures (House Bills) filed by ACT Teachers Rep. Antonio L. Tinio during the Second Regular Session of the 16th Congress (July 2014 to June 2015).
Please stand by for our legislative accomplishments during the First Regular Session of the 16th Congress (July 2013 to June 2014) and the status update of our other pending bills.
(Notes on the legislative process:
Republic Acts are already approved by both Senate and the House of Representatives then signed by the President. Other pending bills are those still languishing at the various committees to which they were referred, either not yet acted upon by the committee, still deliberated on by the committee, or approved by the committee but not yet deliberated on or approved by the entire House of Representatives.
Rep. Tinio either files our own bills or supports bills filed by other congressmen/women through co-authorship and/or arguing for their passage at the committee and plenary levels. We study the bills we file and fight for inside Congress to ensure that they serve the interests of the marginalized sectors of the people. On the other hand, we fight against the passage of laws that will further injure the people’s welfare.)
YES TO SALARY INCREASE! #salaryincreasesaSONA
Mga guro at kawani ng bayan, lalo pa nating paingayin ang ating panawagan para sa mas nakabubuhay at sapat na sahod! I-share po natin ito at hikayatin din ang co-teachers at mga kamag-anak natin!
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Cebu, Bohol teachers demand salary hike
“We demand that the Executive Department must prioritize the salary increase of the government employees. We challenge education workers to act in solidarity with other government employees to meet the indifference and intensify the struggle for decent pay,” Lim added.
DepEd has now officially announced, through DepEd Order 65, series of 2015, that its teaching and non-teaching employees will be receiving a Productivity Enhancement Incentive equivalent to one month basic salary. No information, however, was given as to the definite date that DepEd employees will receive the incentive.
Please read DepEd Order 65, series of 2015 (Grant of Fiscal Year 2015 Productivity Enhancement Incentive) and Executive Order 181 for more information.
We demand the immediate release of the PEI funds by the Department of Budget and Management, the prompt processing of the payrolls and relevant documents by the Regional Payroll Servicing Units and the DepEd Central Office, respectively.
In no way does this grant of the PEI quell our demands for immediate and substantial salary increases for public school teachers, non-teaching employees, and other government employees. May utang pa ring umento sa ating sahod ang Presidente Aquino, isang outstanding debt niya sa lahat ng empleyado ng pamahalaan simula pa noong 2012, at hindi niya dapat ikatahimik sa kanyang huling SONA sa darating na Hulyo 27.
P25,000 minimum monthly salaries for teachers!
P16,000 minimum monthly salaries for non-teaching employees!
SALARY INCREASE SA SONA!