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Governor Datu Pax Ali S. Mangudadatu Advocates for Key House Bills in Senate Visit

Governor Datu Pax Ali S. Mangudadatu recently visited the Senate to advocate for four significant House Bills that have successfully passed the Third and Final Reading in the House of Representatives. These legislative measures aim to enhance education, tourism, and cultural practices in Sultan Kudarat.

House Bill 10181 seeks to establish a College of Medicine at Sultan Kudarat State University in Tacurong City. This bill, if passed, will allocate funds to support the creation of the medical college, providing advanced medical education and training opportunities in the province.

House Bill 10192 proposes the creation of a Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Training and Assessment Center in Isulan, Sultan Kudarat. The establishment of this center will provide essential skills development and vocational training to the local population, enhancing employability and technical expertise in the region.

House Bill 8940 aims to declare the Municipality of Columbio in Sultan Kudarat a Tourism Development Area. This designation will secure funding for the development and promotion of tourism in Columbio, leveraging its natural and cultural assets to boost the local economy.

House Bill 8925 focuses on facilitating the immediate burial of Muslim cadavers in accordance with Islamic rites. This bill addresses the cultural and religious needs of the Muslim community by ensuring timely and respectful burials.

Governor Mangudadatu’s visit underscores the importance of these legislative initiatives and their potential impact on the socio-economic development of Sultan Kudarat. The governor expressed optimism about gaining Senate support for these measures, which reflect the diverse needs and aspirations of the province’s constituents.

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