Juan Miguel Zubiri

EFFECTIVE
Educationi
 B.Sc. in Agribusiness, UP Los Banos
 Master of Environmental and Natural
Resource Management, UP Open
University
Work Experienceii
 Senator (2007-2011)
 Congressman (1998-2007)
 Founder, Philippine Deer Foundation
 President, Katala Foundation (protects
endangered species and habitats)
Government Committees Chairediii
 Senate Majority Leader (2008-?)
 Committee on Environment and Natural
Resources
 Committee on Cooperatives
 Joint Congressional Oversight
Committee on the Ecological Solid
Waste Management Act
 Joint Congressional Committee on Clean
Air Act
 Joint Congressional Oversight
Committee on Cooperatives
Laws Principally Authorediv
 Principal Author on 127bills in the 13th15th Congresses, of which 36 became
law or were consolidated/substituted
with bills that became law. These laws
include:
 Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of
2002
 Home Development Mutual Fund Law of
2009
 Rent Control Act of 2009
 Mindanao Development Authority Act of
2010
 Condonation of Penalties on Delinquent
Social Security Contributions
 National Service Training Program
 Armed Forces of the Philippines Rate
Pay Base Increase
 Philippine Cooperative Code of 2008

EMPOWERING

ETHICAL

Pro-Poor Programsvi
Allegations
 Used his PDAF
 Accused of
for Bukidnon’s
benefiting
No Balance
from election
Billing Program,
fraud in the
which offers
2007 Senate
complete health
electionsvii
care coverage to Misc. Actions
poor patients
 Resigned from
 Pushing for a
Senate due to
Food for School
accusations of
program giving
election fraud.
free breakfast
He denies the
and lunch to
allegationsviii
public school
students

 Bukidnon: The Philippine Frontier
Other
 Perfect attendance record in Congress
and Senatev

i Macaraig, Ayee. “This Time, Migz Zubiri Wants Untainted Victory.” Rappler, January 1,
2013. http://www.rappler.com/nation/politics/elections-2013/19734-this-time,-migz-zubiriwants-untainted-victory
ii “Senator Juan Miguel F. Zubiri.” Senate of the Philippines, 16 th Congress. Accessed
January 26, 2016. https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/zubiri_juanmiguel_bio.asp
iii Ibid
iv "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.
“House Bills and Resolutions.” Republic of the Philippines House of Representatives 16 th
Congress. Accessed January 25, 2016. http://www.congress.gov.ph/download/?d=billstext
No information on bills filed before 2004.

v “Senator Juan Miguel F. Zubiri.” Senate of the Philippines, 16 th Congress. Accessed
January 26, 2016. https://www.senate.gov.ph/senators/sen_bio/zubiri_juanmiguel_bio.asp
vi Macaraig, Ayee. “This Time, Migz Zubiri Wants Untainted Victory.” Rappler, January 1,
2013. http://www.rappler.com/nation/politics/elections-2013/19734-this-time,-migz-zubiriwants-untainted-victory
vii Ager, Maila. “Zubiri Resigns Amid Poll Fraud Scandal.” Inquirer.net, August 3, 2011.
http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/35661/zubiri-resigns-amid-poll-fraud-scandal
viii Ibid