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Alan Peter Cayetano

EFFECTIVE
Educationi
 B.A. Political Science, UP
Diliman (1993)
 Law Degree, de Manila
University)
Work Experienceii
 Senator (2007-2016)
 Congressman (1998-2007)
 Vice-Mayor, Taguig (1998)
 Councillor, Taguig (19921995)
Government Committees Chairediii
 Committee on
Accountability of Public
Officers (AKA Blue Ribbon
Committee)
 Committee on Education,
Arts and Culture
 Committee on Public
Information and Mass
Media
Laws Principally Authorediv
 Principally authored 37 bills
between the 13th-16th
Congresses. Of these, 4
became law or were
consolidated or substituted
for bills that became law.
These include:
 The Iskolar ng Bayan Act,
providing college admission
and scholarships to top
graduates of public high
schools
 The Literacy Coordinating
Council Act
 The Welfare and Protection
of the Elderly Act, which was
consolidated into the
Expanded Senior Citizens
Act of 2009

EMPOWERING

ETHICAL
Allegations
 Was accused of poll
fraud in the 1995
Vice Mayoral
Elections for Taguig;
was found innocent
and was officially
installed as vice
mayor with just 10
days left in his termvi
 Charges filed against
him and his wife
(current mayor of
Taguig) for misuse of
his PDAF, including
overcharging by P5.4
million for city
multicabs and ghost
employees. The
Cayetanos deny all
charges as politically
motivated slander by
the Binay familyvii
Actions to Improve Ethics
 Was the
spokesperson for the
Impeachment Team
against former
President Arroyoviii
 As Blue Ribbon
Committee
Chairman, headed
investigations into
the NBN-ZTE deal
and the Fertilizer
scamix

Major Awardsv
 Top Outstanding Young
Men, Philippine Jaycees
(2010)

i “Senator Alan Peter “Companero” S. Cayetano Resume.” Senate of the Philippines 16 th Congress.
Accessed January 25, 2016.
https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/cayetano_alanpeter_resume.asp

ii Ibid
iii “Senator Alan Peter “Companero” S. Cayetano Biography.” Senate of the Philippines
16th Congress. Accessed January 25, 2016.
https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/cayetano_alanpeter_bio.asp
iv “House Bills and Resolutions.” Republic of the Philippines House of Representatives 16 th
Congress. Accesses January 25, 2016. http://www.congress.gov.ph/download/?d=billstext
"Bills - Senate of the Philippines." Senate of the Philippines 16th Congress. Accessed
January 25, 2016. http://www.senate.gov.ph/lis/leg_sys.aspx?congress=16.

No info on bills authored prior to 2004.

v “Senator Alan Peter “Companero” S. Cayetano Biography.” Senate of the Philippines 16 th
Congress. Accessed January 25, 2016.
https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/cayetano_alanpeter_bio.asp
vi Santos, Reynaldo, Jr. “10 Things to Know About Alan Peter Cayetano.” Rappler,
September 29, 2015. http://www.rappler.com/newsbreak/iq/107438-fast-facts-alan-petercayetano
vii Fernandez, Amanda. “Sen. Alan Peter Cayetano, Wife Faces Raps for Overpriced
Multicabs.” GMA News, August 20, 2014.
http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/375579/news/nation/sen-alan-peter-cayetanowife-face-raps-for-overpriced-multicabs
viii “Senator Alan Peter “Companero” S. Cayetano Resume.” Senate of the Philippines 16 th
Congress. Accessed January 25, 2016.
https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/cayetano_alanpeter_resume.asp
ix Ibid

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